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Launching his new line from his existing company's offices at West 42nd Street, New York City, he officially held the titles of editor , managing editor , and business manager , with Abraham Goodman Martin's brother  officially listed as publisher.
The company's first true editor, writer-artist Joe Simon , teamed with artist Jack Kirby to create one of the first patriotically themed superheroes,  Captain America , in Captain America Comics 1 March It, too, proved a hit, with sales of nearly one million. Timely also published one of humor cartoonist Basil Wolverton 's best-known features, " Powerhouse Pepper ",   as well as a line of children's funny-animal comics featuring characters like Super Rabbit and the duo Ziggy Pig and Silly Seal.
Goodman hired his wife's cousin,  Stanley Lieber, as a general office assistant in Lee wrote extensively for Timely, contributing to a number of different titles.
Goodman's business strategy involved having his various magazines and comic books published by a number of corporations all operating out of the same office and with the same staff. As well, some comics' covers, such as All Surprise Comics 12 Winter —47 , were labeled "A Marvel Magazine" many years before Goodman would formally adopt the name in Goodman began using the globe logo of the Atlas News Company, the newsstand-distribution company he owned,  on comics cover-dated November even though another company, Kable News, continued to distribute his comics through the August issues.
Atlas did not achieve any breakout hits and, according to Stan Lee, Atlas survived chiefly because it produced work quickly, cheaply, and at a passable quality.
Subsequently, Marvel comics developed a reputation for focusing on characterization and adult issues to a greater extent than most superhero comics before them, a quality which the new generation of older readers appreciated. Its young hero suffered from self-doubt and mundane problems like any other teenager, something with which many readers could identify. Lee and freelance artist and eventual co-plotter Jack Kirby 's Fantastic Four originated in a Cold War culture that led their creators to revise the superhero conventions of previous eras to better reflect the psychological spirit of their age.
Some Marvel heroes looked like villains and monsters such as the Hulk and the Thing. This naturalistic approach even extended into topical politics.
Superman rarely crossed national borders or involved himself in political disputes. Communist agents attack Ant-Man in his laboratory, red henchmen jump the Fantastic Four on the moon, and Viet Cong guerrillas take potshots at Iron Man.
In , Spider-Man and the Hulk were both featured in Esquire magazine's list of 28 college campus heroes, alongside John F. Kennedy and Bob Dylan. It was Kirby's artwork with its tension and psychedelia that made it perfect for the times—or was it Lee's bravado and melodrama, which was somehow insecure and brash at the same time?
Cover art by Jack Kirby and George Roussos. Cadence Industries ownership[ edit ] In , while selling 50 million comic books a year, company founder Goodman revised the constraining distribution arrangement with Independent News he had reached under duress during the Atlas years, allowing him now to release as many titles as demand warranted.
Lee agreed and wrote a three-part Spider-Man story portraying drug use as dangerous and unglamorous. Add to Wishlist. Not sure where to start?
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This one is based on the conspiracy theory about whether or not Paul McCartney died back in Published by Marvel Comics, Mar. Otto Binder wrote nearly all the golden age Captain Marvel stories, and tons of silver age DC stories. In , he experienced financial difficulties, and sold his personal file copies, with his autograph on the first page of each story that he wrote, and his personal tag scotch taped onto the cover of each book denoting which inside stories he wrote.
These Binder copies are extremely difficult to find and are great pieces of history from the personal files of one of the comic book world's most prolific writers.
Flat and tight with incredible color and gloss! The cover has the smooth supple feel of a new book! Nice edges, very lightly dinged corners.
Some of the inside pages have a very tiny chip at the bottom corner that comes nowhere near the artwork.