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a process Instagram for Douglas Wolk's forthcoming book about reading every Marvel superhero comic book

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Damage Control #2, 1989, by Dwayne McDuffie, Ernie Colon and Bob Wiacek.
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Damage Control #2, 1989, by Dwayne McDuffie, Ernie Colon and Bob Wiacek.

Marvel Double Shot #3, 2003, by Sean McKeever, Darwyn Cooke and Mike Manley.
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Marvel Double Shot #3, 2003, by Sean McKeever, Darwyn Cooke and Mike Manley.

Micronauts #19, 1980, by Bill Mantlo, Pat Broderick and Armando Gil.
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Micronauts #19, 1980, by Bill Mantlo, Pat Broderick and Armando Gil.

Strange Tales #167, 1968, by Jim Steranko and Joe Sinnott. We’re going to be talking about this one in a few days at the 616 Society—sign up at http://patreon.com/douglaswolk !
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Strange Tales #167, 1968, by Jim Steranko and Joe Sinnott. We’re going to be talking about this one in a few days at the 616 Society—sign up at http://patreon.com/douglaswolk !

Linda Carter, Student Nurse #9, 1963, by Stan Lee and Al Hartley.
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Linda Carter, Student Nurse #9, 1963, by Stan Lee and Al Hartley.

The 616 Society—an issue-a-day book club for discussing comics on Marvel Unlimited—begins January 1! Details and signup are at http://patreon.com/douglaswolk . This panel is from the first issue we’ll be discussing: Fantastic Four #51, by Stan Lee, Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott. It’s going to be FUN.
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The 616 Society—an issue-a-day book club for discussing comics on Marvel Unlimited—begins January 1! Details and signup are at http://patreon.com/douglaswolk . This panel is from the first issue we’ll be discussing: Fantastic Four #51, by Stan Lee, Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott. It’s going to be FUN.

Journey Into Mystery #622, 2011, by Kieron Gillen, Dougie Braithwaite and Ulises Arreola.
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Journey Into Mystery #622, 2011, by Kieron Gillen, Dougie Braithwaite and Ulises Arreola.

The Immortal Hulk #10, 2018, by Al Ewing, Joe Bennett and various inkers, and colorist Paul Mounts.
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The Immortal Hulk #10, 2018, by Al Ewing, Joe Bennett and various inkers, and colorist Paul Mounts.

Announcing: the 616 Society! It’s a book club that will discuss one comic book from Marvel Unlimited every day, beginning January 1. Details and signup: http://patreon.com/douglaswolk
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Announcing: the 616 Society! It’s a book club that will discuss one comic book from Marvel Unlimited every day, beginning January 1. Details and signup: http://patreon.com/douglaswolk

All-New Wolverine #7, 2016, by Tom Taylor, Marcio Takara and Jordan Boyd.
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All-New Wolverine #7, 2016, by Tom Taylor, Marcio Takara and Jordan Boyd.

Steeltown Rockers #2, 1990, by Elaine Lee and Steve Leialoha. (Lee also colored it!)
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Steeltown Rockers #2, 1990, by Elaine Lee and Steve Leialoha. (Lee also colored it!)

Daredevil #59, 1969, by Roy Thomas, Gene Colan and Syd Shores.
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Daredevil #59, 1969, by Roy Thomas, Gene Colan and Syd Shores.

Fred Hembeck Destroys the Marvel Universe #1, 1989, by Fred Hembeck and Joe Staton.
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Fred Hembeck Destroys the Marvel Universe #1, 1989, by Fred Hembeck and Joe Staton.

A herald recruitment ad by Jonathan Hickman, from Strange Tales #2, 2009.
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A herald recruitment ad by Jonathan Hickman, from Strange Tales #2, 2009.

Tower of Shadows #4, 1970, by Allyn Brodsky and Don Heck.
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Tower of Shadows #4, 1970, by Allyn Brodsky and Don Heck.

Marvel Super Heroes #15, by Bill Mantlo and Don Heck—pretty sure this was Heck’s final story for Marvel, and possibly Mantlo’s, too. Anyway, it’s a lovely grace note to their careers.
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Marvel Super Heroes #15, by Bill Mantlo and Don Heck—pretty sure this was Heck’s final story for Marvel, and possibly Mantlo’s, too. Anyway, it’s a lovely grace note to their careers.

I wonder if Rattusk here was a deliberate play on Ratatoskr? From Balder the Brave #2, 1986, by Walter Simonson and Sal Buscema.
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I wonder if Rattusk here was a deliberate play on Ratatoskr? From Balder the Brave #2, 1986, by Walter Simonson and Sal Buscema.

Kelley Jones draws a sequence in 1992’s Marc Spector: Moon Knight #42, an issue (written by Terry Kavanagh) that featured a bunch of guest artists closely associated with Batman.
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Kelley Jones draws a sequence in 1992’s Marc Spector: Moon Knight #42, an issue (written by Terry Kavanagh) that featured a bunch of guest artists closely associated with Batman.

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