Tag Archives: 1978

Trust Me, I’m a Doctor!

This guy who looks like a cross between 16th President of the United States, Abraham Lincoln, child murderer Albert Fish and the frozen remains of a long-lost Antarctic explorer claims he can help you lose nine pounds in two days … Continue reading

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Past Tense?

Sorry, Parker Stevenson! The joke was too obvious to pass up!

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That’s MISTER Adams!

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When The Comic Was Better Than The Movie

I was leafing through some old comics looking for something that would fit this category when I came across this ad: Gene Colan’s recent death had brought about a number of articles and posts in appreciation of the great one’s … Continue reading

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