Jack Kirby & Stan Lee parody phemselves

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15 Responses to “Jack Kirby & Stan Lee parody phemselves”

  1. Beastmouth says:

    Umm, zombie Spiderman figures, y’all?

    Idk about anyone else, but these things were the bees knees to all my comic-buying friends as the local comic shop closed its doors forever…

  2. TechnoLustLuddite says:

    Sorry, i have to be the first jerk to say it:
    “Phemselves?” The P isn’t anywhere near the T on the keyboard. Not even Dvorak! ;p

  3. Crawford Tillinghast says:

    I still prefer Gilbert Shelton’s Fabulous Furry Fantastic Freak Four parody myself.

    (Okay, I’m only yanking your chains folks, don’t actually go looking for that one. Or if you do come across anything like it, by all means let me know.)

  4. interrobang says:

    Yes, it was unheard of, because we live in an alternate reality where MAD never existed!

  5. Ben says:

    Don’t forget Hembeck’s Fantastic Four Roast. I still have that one up in the attic. Yuks aplenty.

    Ooh! Ooh! I almost forget the Marvel Fumetti Book!

  6. Beryllium says:

    This would have made for a *much* more entertaining movie.

  7. Parq says:

    One word – FORBISH!

  8. 5000! says:

    I don’t know how “rare” this stuff is. Marvel seems like it has a pretty long history of self-satire with titles like Not Brand Echh! and Peter Porker: Spider-Ham.

  9. the_pants says:

    The Unhappy F-Men series in Cuti and Staton’s E-Man comic is a still a favorite of mine.

  10. License Farm says:

    Don’t forget What The–?! and all the Fred Hembeck stuff from Marvel Age and Fred Hembeck Destroys the Marvel Universe. DC has gotten into the act a little in recent years with the Bizarro Comics anthologies.

  11. MonkeyT says:

    Not as outrageous, but still pretty fun, an edition of the early “What If?” comic had the original Marvel Bullpen becoming the Fantastic Four.

  12. Kaiser says:

    Peally? Pow! Pery Pool.

  13. 5000! says:

    Ah, What The–?! was the other one I was trying to think of. And I had totally forgotten about Fred Hembeck! Good times!

  14. David Bruce Murray says:

    I always thought the regular Fantastic Four comics were parodies.

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