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    “CAPTAIN MARVEL” (1962, black & white)"
    [hide:0c5bd3de66]Newscaster Billy Batson (Rich Hagopian) broadcasts the story of a giant asteroid on a collision course with the Earth. Billy shouts “Shazam!”, changing himself into heroic Captain Marvel (Don Glut), who flies into space and destroys the asteroid. Returning to Earth, Marvel changes back to Billy, the metamorphosis observed in secrecy by a crook. The crook and his gang capture Billy, binding and gagging him, and then prepare to shoot him while in his vulnerable identity. Working free his gag, Billy hollers “Shazam!” and again becomes Captain Marvel, who uses his powers to defeat the first crook, the remaining two escaping in a car. Captain Marvel flies after the car, stops the vehicle, knocks out the crooks and then flies away.

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    “THE HUMAN TORCH” (1963, color)
    [hide:0c5bd3de66]The Raven (Rich Hagopian), a masked villain, challenges the Human Torch (Don Glut) to meet him. The Torch accepts the challenge, “flaming on” and flying to meet his foe. The Raven douses the Torch with a water hose, putting out his flame and knocking him out of the sky. The Raven puts the stunned torch in a garage and turns on deadly gas. Reviving, the Torch increases his body temperature and burns his way out, then flies off after the fleeing Raven. Surrounding the villain in a ring of fire, Torch swoops down and carries the Raven away.



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    “CAPTAIN AMERICA BATTLES THE RED SKULL” (1964, color)
    [hide:0c5bd3de66] The Red Skull (Larry Ivie), a crazed Nazi, is about to destroy an American city with a ray rifle as a show of power and majesty. Steve Rogers (Don Glut), observing the Nazi in his tower stronghold, changes to Captain America and leaps into action, confronting the Skull before he can shoot. A fight starts between the two archenemies, during which the ray rifle is accidentally set off, starting a chain reaction in the tower laboratory. Captain America escapes, but the Red Skull, in trying to save his laboratory from destruction, dies in the resulting explosion.


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    “CAPTAIN AMERICA VS. THE MUTANT” (1964, black & white)
    [hide:0c5bd3de66]Steve Rogers (Randal Kleiser) observes the landing of a flying saucer and switches to his other identity of Captain America. A weird alien Mutant (Bob Burns) emerges from the craft. Cap tries befriending the alien, only to be attacked by the creature. A fight follows, during which the Mutant inadvertently drops its ray gun, then knocks Captain America unconscious. As the Mutant comes down to kill the hero, Captain America revives, grabs the ray gun and blasts the alien, vaporizing the creature.

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    “SPIDER-MAN” (1969, color)

    [hide:0c5bd3de66]Spider-Man (Don Glut) swings through the city. Meanwhile, the daughter of the masked Dr. Lightning – who went insane after his face was disfigured in an electrical explosion – surrenders pertinent information regarding her father to Randy at his Daily Bugle newspaper office. Lightning’s henchman Rekov (Jim Harmon) shoots Randy and kidnaps the girl, forcibly taking her back to the doctor. Learning from the wounded Randy what has happened and finding a clue in the material left by the kidnapped girl, Spider-Man swings off to Dr. Lightning’s cavern hideout. There, Spidey fights Rekov, who gets inadvertently killed by the doctor’s lightning gun. In trying the protect Lightning’s daughter, Spidey also gets zapped by the gun. Dr. Lightning escapes in his car. Saved by his spider-strength, Spider-Man swings after the villain. Using his web like a lasso, Spider-Man hoists the car up from the road, hanging it in mid-air. Rather than be taken alive, Dr. Lightning zaps the car with his gun, blowing himself up.






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    "THE ADVENTURES OF THE SPIRIT" (color, 1963)
    [hide:0c5bd3de66]Chapter 1: "The Phantom Avenger"
    From his headquarters, an old "haunted house," the masked Phantom Avenger starts his reign of terror by dispatching a giant robot - one of his gang of monsters -- to destroy a manned moon rocket. In the vicinity is the masked hero known as the Spirit, who, after witnessing the destruction of the spaceship, is stalked by the mechanical monster. Backed against a tree, the Spirit is at the robot's mercy. Then the robot unleashes deadly electrical rays from its eyes at the hero, apparently disintegrating him!

    Chapter 2: "Fangs of Death"
    Luckily, the Green Hornet also happens to be in the vicinity. The Hornet tosses the Spirit a mirror which, just in time, our hero uses to reflect the lightning-like rays back at the robot, destroying it. The Hornet refusing thanks and departing, the Spirit gets close to the Phantom Avenger's lair, encountering and killing an alien bat and a Saucer Man. The Phantom Avenger, meanwhile, unleashes the Wolf Man who stalks, attacks and apparently kills the Spirit!

    Chapter 3: "It Lives Again!"
    Fortunately, Captain America is in the neighborhood and happens to be carrying a silver-headed cane ideal for fighting werewolves. Cap kills the Wolf Man, saving the Spirit, but gets bitten in the process. As the Spirit goes to thank him, the Star-Spangled hero unmasks, revealing the hairy face of "Captain Werewolf"! Striking that menace with the cane, the Spirit resumes his pursuit of the Phantom Avenger. The villain, meanwhile, frees the Mad Mummy from his sarcophagus. The creature stalks the Spirit, trapping him on the opposite side of a wall overlooking a deep canyon. As the Mad Mummy repeatedly pounds on the Spirit's clutching fingers, our hero begins to slip!

    Chapter 4: "Frankenstein's Fury"
    Coincidentally, The Shadow is not far away. Clouding the Mad Mummy's mind, The Shadow becomes invisible and unravels the creature. As The Shadow returns to the shadows, the Spirit again pursues his arch foe. Meanwhile, the Phantom Avenger, frustrated over losing another monstrous henchman, telephones Dr. Frankenstein who has a castle nearby. The scientist revives his Monster. As the Spirit investigates the castle grounds, the Frankenstein Monster attacks him and starts choking him to death!

    Chapter 5: "Human Targets"
    Fortuitously, reporter Clark Kent at The Daily Planet sees what is going on with his super-vision. Changing to Superman, he flies to the rescue and battles the Frankenstein Monster. Then the Man of Steel flies high into the sky, taking the Monster with him. Inadvertently, however, the Monster slips out of its jacket, plunging to the ground very far below. Superman lands to aid the Spirit, now outside his archenemy's lair, but is zapped by the Phantom Avenger's Kryptonite ray. The Spirit battles the Phantom Avenger, knocking him onto a ray gun that kills him. Our hero unmasks his foe, revealing him to be the Phantom of the Opera, then destroys the Kryptonite with the ray gun. Superman thanks him and flies off. As the Spirit walks off into the distance, another heroic friend, Rocket Man, descends from the sky.





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    "SUPERMAN VS. THE GORILLA GANG" (1965, black & white)
    [hide:0c5bd3de66]The Gorilla Gang, which uses the gorilla Kogar in their crimes, has captured cub reporter Jimmy Olsen and his girlfriend Lucy Lane because of incriminating evidence in their possession. The gang leader knocks Jimmy out cold and orders his ape back inside its camper. Watching the scene from a mountaintop, Superman swoops down to rescue his friends. After the main henchman's bullets bounce off the Man of Steel's chest, Superman hurls him down into a gully. Superman then flies after another gang member, knocking him over a fence. The gang leader, meanwhile, sends the unconscious Jimmy speeding along the highway in his car. At the same time Kogar escapes the camper, attacks and kills the gang leader, then stalks Lucy.
    Superman flies to the rescue, fighting the gorilla. Finally he locks the ape inside its camper, then pushes it off the cliff, the vehicle exploding as it crashes on the rocks below. The Man of Steel flies off to save his pal Jimmy, whose car is on a collision course with an approaching gasoline truck. Landing on the car's running board, Superman gets Jimmy out and flies away with him moments before the car and truck collide, both exploding into flames. Jimmy revives as Superman lands with him, with Olsen and Lucy reunited.





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    Antes que perguntem, não, não achei vídeo dessa pérolas não.
    Se você não tem espaço para seus gibis antigos eu tenho, e eles serão muito bem guardados.

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  • #2
    P-U-T-A M-E-R-D-A.

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    • #3


      É fácil quando se sabe.

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      • #4
        Re: [BK NEWS] FAN FILMS DE SUPER-HERÓIS DA DÉCADA DE 60

        Postado originalmente por Nikki Nixon
        Antes que perguntem, não, não achei vídeo dessa pérolas não.
        Porra, que pena. O do Superman deve ser genial.
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        • #5
          caraio doeu meus ovos
          Vendo mensais X-Men extra, Superman, Arma x a preço de BANANA!!!! Minis de Longo Dias das bruxa, Crise de indentidade. TPS de Classicos DC, Surfista Prateado, Akira e muito mais

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          • #6
            Don Glut humilhou o Fluffy

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            • #7
              Postado originalmente por Lecø Greenhilt
              Don Glut humilhou o Fluffy
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              • #8
                Postado originalmente por Ledger Wilson
                Postado originalmente por Lecø Greenhilt
                Don Glut humilhou o Fluffy
                Diante de Don Glut, Fluffy virou aprendiz de nerd.
                E olha o que o Don realizou durante a vida dele (e ele ainda ta na ativa!):

                O Dragão do Castelo Frankenstein
                Personagens: Solomon Kane
                Roteiro: Don Glut
                Arte: Sonny Trinidad
                Publicada originalmente em Savage Sword of Conan n° 22/1977 - Marvel Comics

                A Trilha de Salomão Kane
                Personagens: Solomon Kane
                Roteiro: Don Glut
                Desenho: Alan Kupperberg
                Arte-Final: Sonny Trinidad
                Publicada originalmente em Savage Sword of Conan n° 19/1977 - Marvel Comics

                O que aconteceria se… o martelo de Thor fosse encontrado por uma mulher?
                Personagens: Vigia, Thor
                Argumento: Don Glut
                Desenho: Rick Hoberg
                Arte-Final: Dave Hunt
                Publicada originalmente em What If n° 10/1978 - Marvel Comics

                http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0323304/
                Se você não tem espaço para seus gibis antigos eu tenho, e eles serão muito bem guardados.

                http://www.hqmemoria.com

                http://twitter.com/hqmemoria

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                • #9
                  Não quero mais brincar .

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                  • #10
                    Os Capitães América tem um físico digo do Steve Rogers antes do soro.
                    Fraudes na urna eletrônica. É possível uma democracia assim?
                    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0CFFogJqeKU

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