Wednesday, October 28, 2009

The Classic Comic Books of 1966

Charlton Comics publishes Thunderbolt #1 in January, featuring the first appearance of Peter Cannon, Thunderbolt.



DC Comics publishes Teen Titans #1 in January giving the team their own title for the first time.



Marvel Comics publishes Amazing Spider-Man #33 in February. There were no great character introductions here. It was just one of the best Spidey stories of all time.






Marvel Comics publishes Fantastic Four #48 in March, featuring the first appearances of Galactus and the Silver Surfer.



DC Comics publishes Justice League of America #43 in March, featuring the first appearance of the Royal Flush Gang.



DC Comics publishes Batman #181 in June, featuring the first appearance of Poison Ivy.



Marvel Comics publishes Fantastic Four #52 in July, featuring the first appearance of the Black Panther.



Marvel Comics publishes Tales to Astonish #81 in July, featuring the first appearance of Boomerang.



DC Comics publishes Adventure Comics #346 in July, featuring the first appearances of Ferro Lad and Karate Kid.




Marvel Comics publishes Fantastic Four #53 in August, featuring the first appearance of Klaw.



DC Comics publishes Action Comics #340 in August, featuring the first appearance of Parasite.



DC Comics publishes Aquaman #29 in September, featuring the first appearance of Ocean Master.



Marvel Comics publishes Thor #132 in October, featuring the first appearance of Ego the Living Planet.



Marvel Comics publishes Amazing Spider-Man #41 in October, featuring the first appearance of Rhino.



Marvel Comics publishes Thor #134 in November, featuring the first appearance of High Evolutionary.



Marvel Comics publishes Avengers #34 in November, featuring the first appearance of Living Laser.



Marvel Comics publishes Amazing Spider-Man #42 in November, featuring the first appearance of Mary Jane Watson.



Charlton Comics publishes Captain Atom #83 in November, featuring the first appearance of Ted Kord, the second Blue Beetle.



Charlton Comics publishes Fightin’ 5 #40 in November, featuring the first appearance of Peacemaker.





As a total comic book geek, I loved putting this post together.

I hope you guys enjoyed it and I hope it brought back lots of great comic book memories.


Comments and opinions are welcome and encouraged.

Thank you for your interest.


1 comment:

Uncle Scoopy said...

Leo:

Here is some info you may wish to add to this entry:

http://www.comichron.com/yearlycomicssales/1960s/1966.html

Greg