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Five Goofiest Moments from the Ant-Man Feature in Tales to Astonish #40-44

Every week, I’ll examine the five goofiest moments from a five-issue stretch of a particular comic book series. Here is a list of the moments featured so far.

This week, we look at the next five issues of the Ant-Man feature in Tales to Astonish #40-44, written by Stan Lee (plots for all the issues), Larry Lieber (scripts for #40-43) and Ernest Hart (script for #44) and drawn by Jack Kirby (pencils for #40 and #44), Don Heck (pencils and inks for #41-43, inks on #44) and Sol Brodsky (inks on #40).

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Five Goofiest Moments from Teen Titans #44-48

Every week, I’ll examine the five goofiest moments from a five-issue stretch of a particular comic book series. Here is a list of the moments featured so far.

This week, we look at the first five issues of the 1976 Teen Titans revival, written by Bob Rozakis (co-writer on #44, solo writer #45-48) and Paul Levitz (co-writer on #44) and drawn by Pablo Marcos (pencils on #44), Irv Novick (pencils on #45-46), Bob Brown (pencils on #47), Jose Delbo (pencils on #48), Bob Smith (inks on #44), Vince Colletta (inks on #45, 48) Joe Giella (inks on #46) and Tex Blaisdell (inks on #47)
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Five Goofiest Moments from the Batman/Superman Feature in World’s Finest #101-105

Every week, I’ll examine the five goofiest moments from a five-issue stretch of a particular comic book series. Here is a list of the moments featured so far.

This week, we look at the Superman/Batman team-ups from World’s Finest #101-105, written by Bill Finger and drawn by Dick Sprang (pencils) and Sheldon Moldoff (inks)

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Five Goofiest Moments in the First Five Ant-Man Stories

Every week, I’ll examine the five goofiest moments from a five-issue stretch of a particular comic book series. Here is a list of the moments featured so far.

This week, we look at Tales to Astonish #35-39, the first five Ant-Man stories, written by the brothers Lieber (Stan plots, Larry scripts) and drawn by Jack Kirby (pencils) and Dick Ayers (inks)….

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Five Goofiest Moments in Green Lantern #36-40

Every week, I’ll examine the five goofiest moments from a five-issue stretch of a particular comic book series. Here is a list of the moments featured so far.

This week, we look at Green Lantern #36-40, written by John Broome and penciled by Gil Kane and inked by Sid Greene.

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Five Goofiest Moments in the First Five Issues of Marvel Two-in-One

Every week, I’ll examine the five goofiest moments from a five-issue stretch of a particular comic book series. Here is a list of the moments featured so far.

This week, we look at Marvel Two-in-One #1-5, written by Steve Gerber and drawn by Gil Kane (pencils on #1-2), Sal Buscema (pencils on #3-5), Joe Sinnott (inks on #1-3), Frank Giacoia (inks on #4) and Mike Esposito (inks on #5)

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Five Goofiest Moments in Flash #122-126

Every week, I’ll examine the five goofiest moments from a five-issue stretch of a particular comic book series. Here is a list of the moments featured so far.

This week, we look at Flash #122-126, written by John Broome (#122, 124-126) and drawn by Carmine Infantino and Joe Giella (Gardner Fox wrote the classic #123, but no moments from that story appear on this list).

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Five Goofiest Moments in the Thor Feature in Journey Into Mystery #94-98

Every week, I’ll examine the five goofiest moments from a five-issue stretch of a particular comic book series. Here is a list of the moments featured so far.

This week, we look at Journey into Mystery #94-98, all plotted by Stan Lee, with scripts by Robert Bernstein in #94-96 and Lee himself in #97-98. Pencils and inks from Joe Sinnott in #94-96, pencils and inks from Don Heck in the lead story of #98 plus inks on the lead story in #97 and inks on the back-up in #98, pencils from Jack Kirby on #97 and the back-up of #98 and inks from George Roussos on the back-up in #97.

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Five Goofiest Moments in the First Five Issues of Adventure Comics Starring Supergirl

Every week, I’ll examine the five goofiest moments from a five-issue stretch of a particular comic book series. Here is a list of the moments featured so far.

This week, we look at Adventure Comics #381-385, the first five issues to star Supergirl. They were written by Cary Bates (#381-382 and the lead story from #384), Robert Kanigher (#385, lead story in #383 and back-up story in #384) and E. Nelson Bridwell (the back-up in #383) and drawn by Win Mortimer (pencils for #381, the lead stories #383-384 and the back-up in #385), Kurt Schaffenberger (pencils and inks for #382, the back-up stories in #383-384 and the lead story in #385), Jack Abel (inks on #381 and the lead story in #384 and the back-up story in #385) and Murphy Anderson (inks on the lead story in #383).

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Five Goofiest Moments in Fantastic Four #31-35

Every week, I’ll examine the five goofiest moments from a five-issue stretch of a particular comic book series. Here is a list of the moments featured so far.

This week, we look at Fantastic Four #31-35, all scripted by Stan Lee, all penciled by Jack Kirby and all inked by Chic Stone.

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Five Goofiest Moments in Green Lantern #31-35

Every week, I’ll examine the five goofiest moments from a five-issue stretch of a particular comic book series. Here is a list of the moments featured so far.

This week, we look at Green Lantern #31-35, written by John Broome (#31), Gardner Fox (#32-35), penciled by Gil Kane and inked by Sid Greene.

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Five Goofiest Moments in Captain America #116-120

Every week, I’ll examine the five goofiest moments from a five-issue stretch of a particular comic book series. Here is a list of the moments featured so far.

This week, we look at Captain America #116-120, written by Stan Lee, penciled by Gene Colan and inked by Joe Sinnott (and yes, the art is as good as that combo sounds).

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Five Goofiest Moments in Flash #127-131

Every week, I’ll examine the five goofiest moments from a five-issue stretch of a particular comic book series. Here is a list of the moments featured so far.

This week, we look at Flash #127-131, written by John Broome (#127-128, 130-131) and Gardner Fox (#129) and (lead story in #139-141, back-up story in #138, 140) and drawn by Carmine Infantino and Joe Giella (both lead stories and back-up stories).

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Five Goofiest Moments in Uncanny X-Men #103-107

Every week, I’ll examine the five goofiest moments from a five-issue stretch of a particular comic book series. Here is a list of the moments featured so far.

This week, we look at X-Men #103-107, written by Chris Claremont (with a fill-in by Bill Mantlo) and drawn by Dave Cockrum (pencils on #103-105, 107 and partial pencils on #106), Bob Brown (pencils on most of #106), Sam Grainger (inks on #103-104), Bob Layton (inks on #105), Tom Sutton (inks on #106) and Dan Green (inks on #107).

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Five Goofiest Moments in Justice League of America #110-114

Every week, I’ll examine the five goofiest moments from a five-issue stretch of a particular comic book series. Here is a list of the moments featured so far.

This week we look at Justice League of America #110-114, written by Len Wein and drawn by Dicks Dillin and Giordano.

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