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In the 1970s, the superhero genre seemed to be on the wane. The rising popularity of comics in magazine form, particular horror titles like Creepy and Eerie; humor mags like Mad Magazine and National Lampoon Magazine, as well as a growing international interest in science fiction and fantasy (by decade's end, Metal Hurlant from France and 2,000 A.D. from Britain would be top sellers at newsstands), so it should come as no surprise that Marvel Comics was at the forefront of this trend as well. In...3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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