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    Defenders #3 Dec 1972
    Four Against the Gods
    The Defenders try to help Silver Surfer leave the Earth by taking him to another dimension.

    They encounter the Nameless One

    and free Barbara Norris.

    Script by Steve Englehart, pencils by Sal Buscema, inks by Jim Mooney
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    You tease me so, with all those great early Defenders scenes, 616, lol!

    It is so wonderful to see these again--brings back all the terrific feelings I had for Defenders!

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    would there ever be animated films based on the 70s era Defenders story arcs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hypestyle View Post
    would there ever be animated films based on the 70s era Defenders story arcs?
    Probably not at this late date, but there is always Hope!

    I know I would watch it!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hypestyle View Post
    would there ever be animated films based on the 70s era Defenders story arcs?
    Animated films? I doubt it. I think the best to hope for would be a cartoon trying to adapt the stories as an Avengers story or something like that.

    BTW, after listening to Titan Up the Defense, it's hard not to think "and then Barbara starting screaming a long string of capital As."
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    What great scans from Defenders #3! I read that issue so many times. Thank you for posting those.
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    You're welcome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hypestyle View Post
    would there ever be animated films based on the 70s era Defenders story arcs?
    There was spoof of the 70's Defenders that showed up on the Justice League cartoon. Grundy, Aquaman, and Dr Fate were the stand ins for Hulk, Namor, and Dr Strange.

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    An interesting review of Gerber's Headmen saga

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    I would love to see a Omnibus edition of the Defenders covering the first 30 or so issues of the series.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ed2962 View Post


    An interesting review of Gerber's Headmen saga
    It was, thanks for posting it. Those were some good issues. We got to see some Valkyrie strength feats and it lead to introducing Dr Tanya Belinski, AKA the (new) Red Guardian.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ken Ashcroft View Post
    I would love to see a Omnibus edition of the Defenders covering the first 30 or so issues of the series.
    While the first 21 issues are my favorite, I still really enjoyed the series to about issue 70-75. So make that Omnibus cover these issues too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ed2962 View Post


    An interesting review of Gerber's Headmen saga
    Though I'm usually not a fan of wierd and absurd approaches, this is still one of my favorite runs in comics. Kudos must also go to Sal Buscema, at the top of his game (though not my favorite period of his art. I prefered his early more Big John Buscema influenced art), who illustrated almost the whole run. Too bad Marvel seems to have long ago lost it's ability to do stuff like this.

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    Ops, double post.

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    http://lovecb.me/2018/02/23/the-bigg...marvel-heroes/

    Bendis really doesn't get big teams. The Hood is the big bad AGAIN? Biggest Defenders team ever? Only if you've never read the book before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 616MarvelYear is LeapYear View Post
    Defenders #3 Dec 1972
    Four Against the Gods
    The Defenders try to help Silver Surfer leave the Earth by taking him to another dimension.

    They encounter the Nameless One

    and free Barbara Norris.

    Script by Steve Englehart, pencils by Sal Buscema, inks by Jim Mooney
    Oh my! The first Defenders story I've read! Brings me so many goos memories...

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