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Fighting American: The Ties That Bind by Gordon Rennie and Andie Tong (graphic novel review).

March 18, 2021 | By | Reply More
Fighting American: The Ties That Bind by Gordon Rennie and Andie Tong (graphic novel review).

The story of Simon and Kirby’s Fighting American and Speedboy in the 21st century continues in this second volume, ‘Fighting American: The Ties That Bind’. At the end of the last book, Chaos Boy revealed that he had sent an assortment of Professor Dyle Twister’s deadly weapons to every nutcase and whack-job he could find […]

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Fighting American Volume 1 by Gordon Rennie and Duke Mighten (graphic novel review).

February 21, 2021 | By | Reply More
Fighting American Volume 1 by Gordon Rennie and Duke Mighten (graphic novel review).

Fighting American was a communist battling comedy super-hero of the 1950s created by Joe Simon and Jack Kirby. Like Captain America, he wore a flag-based costume and took his patriotism seriously. His origin occurred when investigative journalist Johnny Flagg was beaten to death by evil commies because he revealed their un-American activities. As he lay […]

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