Alter Ego 135

Alter Ego 135 (2015)
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The book has it all. This issue of Roy Thomas’ legendary fanzine turned full-size magazine celebrates Len Wein’s many contributions to the Silver Age.
And why isn’t Swampy part of the Justice League?

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Alter Ego prides itself in featuring rare/unpublished content and they deliver in this issue.
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The aricle cruises through Len’s career and contributions with numerous images and stories, told by Len.
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The Swamp Thing stories and info is what I was interested in.
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Len discusses the creation of Swampy…
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Swamp Thing is naked. Put some trunks on him!
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I found this sales related portion of the article interesting. It may be a testimate to Redondo’s work. The artwork he created for ST 11 was pretty great. The cover is one of my favorites.
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The article also features a helpful checklist
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Who’s Who of American Comic Books is a helpful resource and an interesting story. It’s worth checking out. It’s nice to see that even after Jerry Bails passed on in 2006, his site is still being featured and advertised nine years later.
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