If there was a piece of Marvel writing in the mid-1970s that didn't have a name to it, there is a very good chance that Scott Edelman wrote it!
Marvel Comics used to have little promotional tag lines on the bottom of their comics in the 1970s. Who wrote those tags?
The addition of prominent DC Comics romance comic artists added a steamier side to Marvel that wasn't present in the early years of the company.
In the early days of Superman, they liked to give kids some...interesting fitness suggestions.
Sears might be going through some hard times now, but in the 1980s, they even had their own exclusive Wolverine story!
Early in his career at Marvel, Todd McFarlane had an entire completed issue of G.I. Joe rejected. See what you think of Marvel's decision!
You would think that Superman's famous robots just popped up one day. Instead, they slowly evolved over the years into their most famous form.
Reed Richards famously has grey temples. You would think his hair is grey because he is a bit older...you would be wrong!
The scene-stealing villain from the Aquaman movie had an unusual start outside of comics, as his cartoon debut was tied into his comic book debut!
In 1975, DC launched a try-out series, 1st Issue Special, that wasn't a real try-out series. See the odd characters who got spotlights in the series!
Wonder Girl was not really her own unique character until she joined the Teen Titans, but certain Wonder Woman issues make it an easy mistake to make!
Steve Ditko didn't think superheroes should team up with each other. See how he subtly showed his distaste for these team-ups in Amazing Spider-Man!
In the years before parody laws were more clear, Mad Magazine was a surprise source for a major legal precedent for song parodies.
The real world has a lot of famous parades, with the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade being tops. How about within the Marvel and DC Universes?
Marvel introduced Shang-Chi as the son of Fu Manchu when they held the rights to the mysterious villain. How have they dealt with the character since?
See how a pie-throwing mystery broke out in the pages of the Suicide Squad in the late 1980s!