THE AVENGERS knocked LETHAL WEAPON 3 off the bottom of the 200 All Time Domestic Box Office Adjusted
for Ticket Price Inflation List. LETHAL WEAPON 3
took in $145 million in 1992 which equaled $276 million in 2012 dollars.
Or maybe it's his 129th (depending on which experts you agree with concerning STAR SPANGLED COMICS #31, 33, 35-41, 43, 48-51 and BOY COMMANDOS #11) Kirby's first cover hit the marketplace less than six years earlier.
Did any of the people that were still reading comics (after the mass exodus of the previous five years) realize that this Kirby-drawn proto-Giant Man character hinted at an embryonic new era of comics about to spring from the heads of Kirby, Ditko and Lee?
The five-pager from STRANGE TALES #70 is set four years in the future, the
year that Hank Pym first became Giant Man.
The Red Skull was a hacker before hacking was cool! Plus the real reason that the Nazi's lost the war. Was that Kirby-suggested dialog or an example of Lee's character-defining writing without which comic characters would be just empty suits?