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Marvel’s super-sensitive Daredevil comic turns 50
By Brett Weiss
Known by day as lawyer Matt Murdock, the swashbuckling vigilante Daredevil was created by writer Stan Lee and artist Bill Everett during the Marvel Age of Comics, the early 1960s. According to The Superhero Book (2004, Visible Ink Press), he was “the last new Major Marvel sup...
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At the height of “Teutonic phobia” leading up to and during World War I, propaganda posters began portraying the German empire as a massive, drooling, uncontrollable ape. This early (probably 1917) poster may pre-date America’s entr...