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Librarian: We're stopping in Baltimore to visit my family, and that's final. Reaching inside paper bag. Boyfriend: Hey, look, it's a new hardback book!
Holds book in hands Librarian Girlfriend: You wouldn't.
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The first comic book Caplin published at Toby was, not surprisingly, his brother’s LI’L ABNER, following that up with JOHN WAYNE ADVENTURE COMICS, their only movie based western except for one oddball issue of GABBY HAYES in ‘53.
Photo covers, all taken from movie stills such as “Dakota”, “Sands of Iwo Jima”, “Hondo”, “Fighting Kentuckian” etc., were on #1-12, 14, 17, 25-31.And on the subject of video games, Ultimate Spidey also made an appearance in 2010's animated show, which has a different premise; though as with most Marvel adaptions it does have some Ultimate Universe elements incorporated into it.Please Note: Due to the comic changing main characters at the end of Volume 2, tropes for the first two volumes of the title are separate from tropes for the third volume.Very few western stories appeared from here on, altho #25 features a “Hondo” cover photo with a two page comic “excerpt” from the movie.The final issue, #31, included three western reprints.comic written by Brian Michael Bendis and drawn, originally, by Mark Bagley and later by Stuart Immonen.