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Marvel Novel Series (1978) #8

Contribution History:
Date User Field Old Value New Value
2010-05-25 14:50:01 Gary Peterson Notes On his entertaining and informative blog Capes, Cowls & Costumes at bookgasm.com, author Paul Kupperburg made a wry reference to CRIME CAMPAIGN: "As Iíve mentioned before, I have long been associated with the world of comic book media tie-in writing, or what the layman calls 'novelizations.' I wrote my first one in 1978, at a time when, as reading some of the material today might suggest, I had no business writing a grocery list, much less 50,000 words of story." On his entertaining and informative blog Capes, Cowls & Costumes at bookgasm.com, author Paul Kupperberg made a wry reference to CRIME CAMPAIGN: "As Iíve mentioned before, I have long been associated with the world of comic book media tie-in writing, or what the layman calls 'novelizations.' I wrote my first one in 1978, at a time when, as reading some of the material today might suggest, I had no business writing a grocery list, much less 50,000 words of story."
2010-05-25 14:42:31 Gary Peterson Notes On his entertaining and informative blog Capes, Cowls & Costumes at bookgasm.com, author Paul Kupperburg made awry reference to CRIME CAMPAIGN: "As Iíve mentioned before, I have long been associated with the world of comic book media tie-in writing, or what the layman calls 'novelizations.' I wrote my first one in 1978, at a time when, as reading some of the material today might suggest, I had no business writing a grocery list, much less 50,000 words of story." On his entertaining and informative blog Capes, Cowls & Costumes at bookgasm.com, author Paul Kupperburg made a wry reference to CRIME CAMPAIGN: "As Iíve mentioned before, I have long been associated with the world of comic book media tie-in writing, or what the layman calls 'novelizations.' I wrote my first one in 1978, at a time when, as reading some of the material today might suggest, I had no business writing a grocery list, much less 50,000 words of story."
2010-05-25 14:42:05 Gary Peterson Notes On the blog Bookgasm, author Paul Kupperburg discussed this book: "As Iíve mentioned before, I have long been associated with the world of comic book media tie-in writing, or what the layman calls 'novelizations.' I wrote my first one in 1978, at a time when, as reading some of the material today might suggest, I had no business writing a grocery list, much less 50,000 words of story." On his entertaining and informative blog Capes, Cowls & Costumes at bookgasm.com, author Paul Kupperburg made awry reference to CRIME CAMPAIGN: "As Iíve mentioned before, I have long been associated with the world of comic book media tie-in writing, or what the layman calls 'novelizations.' I wrote my first one in 1978, at a time when, as reading some of the material today might suggest, I had no business writing a grocery list, much less 50,000 words of story."
2010-05-25 13:52:45 Gary Peterson Notes On the blog Bookgasm, author Paul Kupperburg discussed this book: "As Iíve mentioned before, I have long been associated with the world of comic book media tie-in writing, or what the layman calls 'novelizations.' I wrote my first one in 1978, at a time when, as reading some of the material today might suggest, I had no business writing a grocery list, much less 50,000 words of story."
2010-05-25 13:37:58 Gary Peterson Publisher New Issue
2010-05-25 13:37:58 Gary Peterson Imprint New Issue
2010-05-25 13:37:58 Gary Peterson Issue Number New Issue
2010-05-25 13:37:58 Gary Peterson Issue Number New Issue
2010-05-25 13:37:58 Gary Peterson Name New Issue
2010-05-25 13:37:58 Gary Peterson Tagline New Issue
2010-05-25 13:37:58 Gary Peterson Cover Date (Day) New Issue
2010-05-25 13:37:58 Gary Peterson Cover Date (Month) New Issue
2010-05-25 13:37:58 Gary Peterson Cover Date (Year) New Issue
2010-05-25 13:37:58 Gary Peterson Cover Date (Partial Month) New Issue
2010-05-25 13:37:58 Gary Peterson Cover Price New Issue
2010-05-25 13:37:58 Gary Peterson Currency New Issue
2010-05-25 13:37:58 Gary Peterson Format New Issue
2010-05-25 13:37:58 Gary Peterson Color/BW New Issue
2010-05-25 13:37:58 Gary Peterson Pagecount New Issue
2010-05-25 13:37:58 Gary Peterson Synopsis New Issue
2010-05-25 13:37:58 Gary Peterson Notes New Issue
2010-05-25 13:37:58 Gary Peterson Letter Column New Issue

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