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Golden-Age Villains pages
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COMICS ONLINE!
Fighting Yank Archives
Princess Pantha
Liberty Legion vs JSA
Various Villain panels
Advertising Heroes

Fiction

My comics & pulps blog:
Hero-goggles

OTHER SITES
A site dedicated to the Marvel Family, has entries and images to several of the later villains:
http://www.marvelfamily.com/WhosWho/

Golden Age MLJ/Archie Comics:
http://www.goldcomics.com/forum/

Mikel Midnight's Golden Age Directory:
http://blaklion.best.vwh.net/comics.html

Jess Nevins' wonderful site:
http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Olympus/7160/

Comic Fanzine MZS Apa:
www.mzsapa.com

Golden/Silver Age Message board:
http://www.comicboards.com/gsmb/

Wonderful site on characters and history of comic books, comic strips and animation:
www.toonopedia.com

A great link with many entries on various characters and stories from the golden age of comics: http://members.aol.com/MG4273/comics.htm

A site on the history of comics, only it's in German: http://www.geschichte-der-comics.de/

Major Reprinter of golden-age comics, AC Comics: http://www.accomics.com/

Major Reprinter and seller of Pulps:: www.adventurehouse.com

 Music Links:
www.claireholley.com
http://www.duckonbike.com/liveradio.asp
http://christinekane.com/

For additions, corrections, questions, email me! cash_gorman@yahoo.com

 

Welcome

When I started these sites, the goal was to cover characters that aren't documented all that well elsewhere, thus I concentrated on the villains of defunct companies of the 30's and 40's. Plus at the time, I really did not have access to MLJ golden-age comics.

However, that changed when I discovered http://www.goldcomics.com/index.html. Most of the info of the villains comes from here. I heartily recommend you read the stories first, SPOILER information will be found within.

I discovered when reading these stories were some great heroes I had never heard of and a plethora of strange villains. This may not seem odd to readers of today's comics where super-villains are the norm, but back in the forties, you had the likes of the JSA fighting normal gangsters and fifth columnists and legitimate super-villains were actually a rarity.

For additions, corrections, questions, email me! cash_gorman@yahoo.com

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