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Marvel Tales #97 (Atlas, 1950)
Marvel is not the first publisher to come to mind when we think of the Pre-Code Horror era of the late 1940s through the early 1950s, but perhaps it should be.  Not only did the publisher enter the horror genre in earnest before EC Comics, but it was also the driving force of the market[...]
Marvel Tales #93 (Atlas, 1949)
The end of the Marvel Golden Age of Superheroes seems to have happened before the publisher was quite ready for it.  Marvel Mystery #92 contains a retelling of the Human Torch's origin with a few changes (most notably, the Human Torch and Professor Horton do not part ways on bad terms at the end of[...]
Marvel Tales #97 (Atlas, 1950)
Marvel is not the first publisher to come to mind when we think of the Pre-Code Horror era of the late 1940s through the early 1950s, but perhaps it should be.  Not only did the publisher enter the horror genre in earnest before EC Comics, it was also the driving force of the market —[...]
The cover to Genis-Vell: Marvel Tales #1 by Carlos Pacheco
It's clear that, when it comes down to it, what truly makes a superhero a superhero is their daddy issues, which means that an upcoming Marvel Tales collection, Genis-Vell: Marvel Tales #1, could be one of the greatest superhero stories of all time. Genis-Vell is the son of Mar-Vell, the original Captain Marvel who died of[...]
Marvel to Publish a Comic by Robert Kirkman and Mark Millar in April
And also, Marvel is also celebrating Marvel Zombies with an issue of Marvel Tales. Marvel Tales: The Original Marvel Zombies #1 will reprint the story by Mark Millar and Greg Land from Ultimate Fantastic Four #21-23 as well as Marvel Zombies #1 (2005) by Robert Kirkman and Sean Phillips That's right, once upon a time, Scottish[...]