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Techland waxes STRANGE TALES Vol.2#3

Excerpt:
DOUGLAS: One of the things I love about this incarnation of Strange Tales is seeing how deeply rooted the Marvel characters are in certain cartoonists' DNA. James Stokoe's Galactus? Holy crap: the first page of Stokoe's story looks like something he's been waiting 20 years to have the opportunity to draw. Ditto for Dean Haspiel's Woodgod story. Because it's about Woodgod. (And is it me or is that story's final caption much more like something that would appear at the end of a Choose-Your-Own-Adventure book or an Infocom text game than your typical comic? I kind of love that too.)

Read more: http://techland.time.com/2010/12/16/the-comic-book-club-strange-tales-and-big-questions/#ixzz18NsIWWxH
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