..you know who else read comic books?
That's HITLER, not to be confused with Hitler.Do you know who was next in the series?
"Shocking pages of actual History will come to life before your eyes""Boom Biff, Keraaaaaang Take that Krauts!!!" said Churchill
Godwin's comic books.
Do you know who was next in the series?Nope, first I've heard of it and my Google-fu is weak this morning.I'm sure it's tasteful.
Actually, I'm thinking this might be the last, best hope of teaching americans about their own history, not to mention the history of the rest of the world that isn't the one and only bestest nation in the history of history.If they could get actual information out of a comic book, they would end up knowing stuff without even knowing they knew stuff. Which would be almost as great as ignorance and "faith".
"Shocking pages of actual History will come to life before your eyes"Cactus juice will do that, or so I am led to believe.
I did find a picture of the cover: http://www.amazingco.com/amazingco.com/comics/marvel/items/ma362.jpg
"shocking pages of actual history"...should be lifted and pre and post-ceded by enough verbal marmalade as to render the Bulwer-Lytton contest mootperhaps you can combine it with "rictus of appalled bafflement" to make some double haiku fizz
I did find a picture of the cover:Thanks!I cannot imagine the drugstores I frequented in my comic-buying youth being at all willing to stock that.
interesting that one had to go to DRUG stores to get comic books.
Sometimes the way stores are labelled in the US makes it very difficult to buy what one wants, and cultural-conflict hilarity ensues.It's like when I was in London a few months ago, and all the sports bars had signs outside offering "Large Plasmas Inside". SO I go in and order a large plasma, and suddenly the bar staff are all "We don't serve your sort round here".
MUST...LENGTHEN... PAGE ... FOR ... LINK ... TO ... WORK ...
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Interestingly, the RSS feed compresses those comments so you don't know what's going on unless you actually click. Wait, that's not actually very interesting.
I use Firefox's RSS display usually, and the whole game is as irritating that way as it is here. So, um, BORINGER.
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