Jersey Devils, Bizarre Beasts And Other Creatures of Weird NJ: True Life Encounters with the Unknown Have you ever been in a situation you cannot explain? Witnessed something so strange you were afraid to tell anyone? All the stories you’ll read...

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Jersey Devils, Bizarre Beasts And Other Creatures of Weird NJ: True Life Encounters with the Unknown Have you ever been in a situation you cannot explain? Witnessed something so strange you were afraid to tell anyone? All the stories you’ll read...

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Jersey Devils, Bizarre Beasts And Other Creatures of Weird NJ: True Life Encounters with the Unknown Have you ever been in a situation you cannot explain? Witnessed something so strange you were afraid to tell anyone? All the stories you’ll read...

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In ’51,  Superior began to publish their own original horror comics–yet, from ’50 through ’53, they also continued to produce Canadian editions for all three EC horror anthologies: THE HAUNT OF FEAR, THE VAULT OF HORROR and TALES FROM THE CRYPT. Superior’s own horrors might not have achieved the same consistent quality as EC–yet their brand of schlock offered unexpected surprises.

With the restrictions on American products coming into Canada, including pulp magazines and comic books–thanks to the War Exchange Conservation Act, passed into law December 6 ’40–Canadian publishers rushed to get out both pulps and comics. Superior Publishing was one of the big producers of the Canadian pulp magazines in the early ’40s. Their titles–which included FAMOUS CRIME CASES, GREATEST DETECTIVE CASES and TRUE CRIME CASES–specialized in the spicey true crime genre. Women in dangerous situations appeared on all their covers.

Some time after they launched their true crime pulps, Superior started to publish comic books, but they don’t seem to have been as successful with those as they were with the pulps–not during the war. Their greater success would come after the war as they aggressively pursued sales both in Canada and the United States.

The theme song was written and performed by Mike Piccirillo. Musical underscore composers were Mike Piccirillo and Jean-Michel Guirao. The Riverdale vampires story arc episodes were put together and released on VHS as Archie and the Riverdale Vampires .

An ashcan comic book tie-in also titled Archie's Weird Mysteries , written by Paul Castiglia , pencilled by Bill Golliher , inked by Rick Koslowski and colored by Stephanie Cofell (née Vozzo) was published in 1999. This led into a February 2000 launch for an ongoing, regular-sized series (also titled Archie's Weird Mysteries ) with the same creative team. " Weird " was dropped from the title with issue 25 (signaling the end of the tie-in with the television series) and the series was canceled with issue 34 after 10 issues of doing straight mystery stories with no supernatural or science-fiction components. [1]

On July 22, 2011, it was announced that Mill Creek Entertainment had acquired the rights to release the series (under license from Cookie Jar Entertainment ). They subsequently released Archie's Weird Mysteries - The Complete Series on DVD in Region 1 for the very first time on February 21, 2012. [2] They also released a 10 episode best-of collection on the same day. These releases have been discontinued and are out of print.

Jersey Devils, Bizarre Beasts And Other Creatures of Weird NJ: True Life Encounters with the Unknown Have you ever been in a situation you cannot explain? Witnessed something so strange you were afraid to tell anyone? All the stories you’ll read...

That right folks, order a subscription to Weird NJ and issues #50 and #51 will be sent right to your door in MAY and in OCTOBER of 2018. We collect stories about New Jersey. That’s what we’ve been doing for the last 25 years. We...

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In ’51,  Superior began to publish their own original horror comics–yet, from ’50 through ’53, they also continued to produce Canadian editions for all three EC horror anthologies: THE HAUNT OF FEAR, THE VAULT OF HORROR and TALES FROM THE CRYPT. Superior’s own horrors might not have achieved the same consistent quality as EC–yet their brand of schlock offered unexpected surprises.

With the restrictions on American products coming into Canada, including pulp magazines and comic books–thanks to the War Exchange Conservation Act, passed into law December 6 ’40–Canadian publishers rushed to get out both pulps and comics. Superior Publishing was one of the big producers of the Canadian pulp magazines in the early ’40s. Their titles–which included FAMOUS CRIME CASES, GREATEST DETECTIVE CASES and TRUE CRIME CASES–specialized in the spicey true crime genre. Women in dangerous situations appeared on all their covers.

Some time after they launched their true crime pulps, Superior started to publish comic books, but they don’t seem to have been as successful with those as they were with the pulps–not during the war. Their greater success would come after the war as they aggressively pursued sales both in Canada and the United States.

Jersey Devils, Bizarre Beasts And Other Creatures of Weird NJ: True Life Encounters with the Unknown Have you ever been in a situation you cannot explain? Witnessed something so strange you were afraid to tell anyone? All the stories you’ll read...

That right folks, order a subscription to Weird NJ and issues #50 and #51 will be sent right to your door in MAY and in OCTOBER of 2018. We collect stories about New Jersey. That’s what we’ve been doing for the last 25 years. We...

Our New Issue for October 2017   Weird Mail News and Updates The Palace Of Depression Resurrection The Strange Ambulance And Airplane In The NJ Woods The Hands Of Hamilton Ancient Faces Of The Masonic Lodge Basement Endangered NJ: The...

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In ’51,  Superior began to publish their own original horror comics–yet, from ’50 through ’53, they also continued to produce Canadian editions for all three EC horror anthologies: THE HAUNT OF FEAR, THE VAULT OF HORROR and TALES FROM THE CRYPT. Superior’s own horrors might not have achieved the same consistent quality as EC–yet their brand of schlock offered unexpected surprises.

With the restrictions on American products coming into Canada, including pulp magazines and comic books–thanks to the War Exchange Conservation Act, passed into law December 6 ’40–Canadian publishers rushed to get out both pulps and comics. Superior Publishing was one of the big producers of the Canadian pulp magazines in the early ’40s. Their titles–which included FAMOUS CRIME CASES, GREATEST DETECTIVE CASES and TRUE CRIME CASES–specialized in the spicey true crime genre. Women in dangerous situations appeared on all their covers.

Some time after they launched their true crime pulps, Superior started to publish comic books, but they don’t seem to have been as successful with those as they were with the pulps–not during the war. Their greater success would come after the war as they aggressively pursued sales both in Canada and the United States.

The theme song was written and performed by Mike Piccirillo. Musical underscore composers were Mike Piccirillo and Jean-Michel Guirao. The Riverdale vampires story arc episodes were put together and released on VHS as Archie and the Riverdale Vampires .

An ashcan comic book tie-in also titled Archie's Weird Mysteries , written by Paul Castiglia , pencilled by Bill Golliher , inked by Rick Koslowski and colored by Stephanie Cofell (née Vozzo) was published in 1999. This led into a February 2000 launch for an ongoing, regular-sized series (also titled Archie's Weird Mysteries ) with the same creative team. " Weird " was dropped from the title with issue 25 (signaling the end of the tie-in with the television series) and the series was canceled with issue 34 after 10 issues of doing straight mystery stories with no supernatural or science-fiction components. [1]

On July 22, 2011, it was announced that Mill Creek Entertainment had acquired the rights to release the series (under license from Cookie Jar Entertainment ). They subsequently released Archie's Weird Mysteries - The Complete Series on DVD in Region 1 for the very first time on February 21, 2012. [2] They also released a 10 episode best-of collection on the same day. These releases have been discontinued and are out of print.

Project Apollo, the United States’ manned moon landing programme, culminated in 1969 with Apollo 11. Mission commander Neil Armstrong’s famous words, “That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind”, spoken as he stepped onto the lunar surface, were heard by an estimated 600 million television viewers.

The Apollo program was the third human spaceflight program carried out by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), the United States’ civilian space agency. Conceived during the Presidency of Dwight D. Eisenhower as a follow-on to Project Mercury, which put the first Americans in space, and Project Gemini, which developed the space travel techniques needed, Apollo succeeded in landing the first humans on Earth’s Moon in 1969 through 1972. Apollo began in earnest after President John F. Kennedy proposed the national goal of “landing a man on the Moon and returning him safely to the Earth” by the end of the 1960s in a May 25, 1961 address to Congress.

Kennedy’s goal was accomplished with the Apollo 11 mission when astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin landed their Lunar Module (LM) on the Moon on July 20, 1969 and walked on its surface while Michael Collins remained in lunar orbit in the command spacecraft, and all three landed safely on Earth on July 24. Five subsequent Apollo missions also landed astronauts on the Moon, the last in December 1972. In these six spaceflights, 12 men walked on the Moon.

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