The History Of Comics With Q-boy #64 A Dramatic Confrontation & An Equally Dramatic Non-reveal (Censored)

The History Of Comics With Q-boy #64

A Dramatic Confrontation & An Equally Dramatic Non-reveal (Censored)

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Here now is the full page of “The History Of Comics With Q-boy 64. Who could it be that stands between Q-boy and certain doom?! Find out in “The History Of Comics With Q-boy” 65! Here’s a quick recap of the first 3 panels

Panel 1 is based on the cover to “Fantastic Four #102” by Jack Kirby and you can see it here http://bit.ly/ff102cover\

 is based on the cover to “Green Lantern” 75 by Gil Kane and you can see it here http://bit.ly/gl75cover

Panel 3 is based on the cover to “Super Friends” 3 by Ramona Fradon and you can see it here http://bit.ly/superfriends3

Finally panel 4 is based on a page from “Nick Fury Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D.” 5 by Jim Steranko which you can see here http://bit.ly/nickfury5

That’s it for this week. On Monday there will be an update on “The History Of Comics With Q-boy” 65. Also check out new “Criminal And Crimefigher Conversations” on Tuesday-Thursday. Hope you enjoy, and see ya then!

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The History Of Comics With Q-boy #64 A Dramatic Confrontation & An Equally Dramatic Non-reveal

The History Of Comics With Q-boy #64

A Dramatic Confrontation & An Equally Dramatic Non-reveal

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Here now is the full page of “The History Of Comics With Q-boy 64. Who could it be that stands between Q-boy and certain doom?! Find out in “The History Of Comics With Q-boy” 65! Here’s a quick recap of the first 3 panels

Panel 1 is based on the cover to “Fantastic Four #102” by Jack Kirby and you can see it here http://bit.ly/ff102cover\

 is based on the cover to “Green Lantern” 75 by Gil Kane and you can see it here http://bit.ly/gl75cover

Panel 3 is based on the cover to “Super Friends” 3 by Ramona Fradon and you can see it here http://bit.ly/superfriends3

Finally panel 4 is based on a page from “Nick Fury Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D.” 5 by Jim Steranko which you can see here http://bit.ly/nickfury5

That’s it for this week. On Monday there will be an update on “The History Of Comics With Q-boy” 65. Also check out new “Criminal And Crimefigher Conversations” on Tuesday-Thursday. Hope you enjoy, and see ya then!

Twitter, IG, Flipagram: @rjoynesjr

rjoynesjr@gmail.com

The History Of Comics With Q-boy #64 A Dramatic Confrontation & An Equally Dramatic Non-reveal (Panel 3)(Censored)

The History Of Comics With Q-boy #64 A Dramatic

Confrontation & An Equally Dramatic Non-reveal (Panel 3)(Censored)

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This panel is based on the cover to “Superfriends” 3 by which was drawn by Ramona Fradon. You can check it out here http://bit.ly/superfriends3 .

Tomorrow be here for new “Criminal And Crimefighter Conversations” and finally on Friday we’ll see the full page of “The History Of Comics With Q-boy” 64 including the final panel. Hope you enjoy and see ya then!

The History Of Comics With Q-boy #64 A Dramatic Confrontation & An Equally Dramatic Non-reveal (Panel 3)

The History Of Comics With Q-boy #64 A Dramatic

Confrontation & An Equally Dramatic Non-reveal (Panel 3)

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This panel is based on the cover to “Superfriends” 3 by which was drawn by Ramona Fradon. You can check it out here http://bit.ly/superfriends3 .

Tomorrow be here for new “Criminal And Crimefighter Conversations” and finally on Friday we’ll see the full page of “The History Of Comics With Q-boy” 64 including the final panel. Hope you enjoy and see ya then!

The History Of Comics With Q-boy #64 A Dramatic Confrontation & An Equally Dramatic Non-reveal (Panel 2)(Censored)

The History Of Comics With Q-boy #64

A Dramatic Confrontation & An Equally Dramatic Non-reveal (Panel 2)(Censored)

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This panel mimics the cover to “Green Lantern” 75 by artist Gil Kane. You can check it out here http://bit.ly/gl75cover . “Green Lantern” 75 is significant because it is the last issue before the title started a classic run. The title was then written by Dennis O’Neil with art by Neal Adams.

“Green Arrow” was also added to the book as co-star. According to “Wikipedia” this is also seen as part of the end of the Silver Age of Comics.

That’s really it for this week. On Monday we return with another panel from “The History Of Comics With Q-boy” 64. After that check out new “Criminal And Crimefighter Conversations” on Tuesday-Thursday. Finally next Friday you’ll get the complete “The History Of Comics With Q-boy” 64 comic. Hope you enjoy and see ya then!

Twitter, IG, Flipagram: @rjoynesjr

rjoynesjr@gmail.com

The History Of Comics With Q-boy #64 A Dramatic Confrontation & An Equally Dramatic Non-reveal (Panel 2)

The History Of Comics With Q-boy #64 A Dramatic

Confrontation & An Equally Dramatic Non-reveal (Panel 2)

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This panel mimics the cover to “Green Lantern” 75 by artist Gil Kane. You can check it out here http://bit.ly/gl75cover . “Green Lantern” 75 is significant because it is the last issue before the title started a classic run. The title was then written by Dennis O’Neil with art by Neal Adams.

“Green Arrow” was also added to the book as co-star. According to “Wikipedia” this is also seen as part of the end of the Silver Age of Comics.

That’s really it for this week. On Monday we return with another panel from “The History Of Comics With Q-boy” 64. After that check out new “Criminal And Crimefighter Conversations” on Tuesday-Thursday. Finally next Friday you’ll get the complete “The History Of Comics With Q-boy” 64 comic. Hope you enjoy and see ya then!

Twitter, IG, Flipagram: @rjoynesjr

rjoynesjr@gmail.com

The History Of Comics With Q-boy #64 A Dramatic Confrontation & An Equally Dramatic Non-reveal (Panel 1) (Censored)

The History Of Comics With Q-boy #64 A Dramatic

Confrontation & An Equally Dramatic Non-reveal (Panel 1) (Censored)

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All this time and only 1 panel?! Sorry this comic has been so long delayed. It seems like between the holiday comic and the hourly comics I did there always seemed to be something in the way of doing this comic. This whole comic is actually finished but I’m going to try to something different. I’m going to start releasing this comic one panel at a time. Normally this comic is four panels. l’ll release one panel Monday, one on Friday, one the next Monday, and the full comic the next Friday.

When we last left this comic Q-boy’s ex-girlfriend Helen Seabrook AKA Miss Direction suddenly got her powers back. She and Q-boy then got back together. Unknown to them it was Dr. Do who gave her back her powers and used the same process to increase Q-boy’s enemy Kill-Man’s power. All of this is leading to the end of the Silver Age of Comics for Q-boy. This comic is based on the cover to “Fantastic Four #102” which you can see here http://bit.ly/ff102cover . This issue of “Fantastic Four” is significant because according to “Wikipedia” it is considered the end of the Silver Age of Comics  to Silver Age historian Craig Shutts as it was “ Jack Kirby’s last regular-run issue before the artist left to join DC Comics”.

Oh and what Q-ball said is “hello friends. I have not appeared in a long time. I hope I survive. Otherwise this comic’s disturbing lack of diversity will be even worse”.

Check out new “Criminal And Crimefighter Conversations” on Tuesday-Thursday and the next panel of this comic on Friday. Hope you enjoy and see ya then!

Twitter, IG, Flipagram: @rjoynesjr

rjoynesjr@gmail.com

The History Of Comics With Q-boy #64 A Dramatic Confrontation & An Equally Dramatic Non-reveal (Panel 1)

The History Of Comics With Q-boy #64 A Dramatic

Confrontation & An Equally Dramatic Non-reveal (Panel 1)

qbs64insta1

All this time and only 1 panel?! Sorry this comic has been so long delayed. It seems like between the holiday comic and the hourly comics I did there always seemed to be something in the way of doing this comic. This whole comic is actually finished but I’m going to try to something different. I’m going to start releasing this comic one panel at a time. Normally this comic is four panels. l’ll release one panel Monday, one on Friday, one the next Monday, and the full comic the next Friday.

When we last left this comic Q-boy’s ex-girlfriend Helen Seabrook AKA Miss Direction suddenly got her powers back. She and Q-boy then got back together. Unknown to them it was Dr. Do who gave her back her powers and used the same process to increase Q-boy’s enemy Kill-Man’s power. All of this is leading to the end of the Silver Age of Comics for Q-boy. This comic is based on the cover to “Fantastic Four #102” which you can see here http://bit.ly/ff102cover . This issue of “Fantastic Four” is significant because according to “Wikipedia” it is considered the end of the Silver Age of Comics  to Silver Age historian Craig Shutts as it was “ Jack Kirby’s last regular-run issue before the artist left to join DC Comics”.

Oh and what Q-ball said is “hello friends. I have not appeared in a long time. I hope I survive. Otherwise this comic’s disturbing lack of diversity will be even worse”.

Check out new “Criminal And Crimefighter Conversations” on Tuesday-Thursday and the next panel of this comic on Friday. Hope you enjoy and see ya then!

Twitter, IG, Flipagram: @rjoynesjr

rjoynesjr@gmail.com