Doctor Voodoo: the Origin of Jericho Drumm #1
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Doctor Voodoo: the Origin of Jericho Drumm #1

Writer: Roy Thomas, Len Wein, Doug Moench Artist: Alex Massacci, Gene Colan, Dan Adkins, Frank Chiaramonte Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: December 23, 2009 Critic Reviews: 1
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Take a trip through the voodoo virtuoso's career in this special presentation of STRANGE TALES #169-170. In the shadowed back alleys of New Orleans, they speak his name in awe, for 'tis said he was old when the mountains were young, that he cannot be harmed, that he can never DIE! His name is DOCTOR VOODOO! Experience the birth of Marvel's new Sorcer Supreme like never before, fully remastered with modern coloring. Plus, an all-new framing sequence by Roy Thomas and Alex Massacci.

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Sacks Dec 22, 2009

    But for all my complaints about Len Wein's dated writing, I have no complaints about Gene Colan's artwork. His wonderfully moody artwork brings this story to deeply intense life, filling each page with a sort of gorgeous mystery that thoroughly transcends the story. I loved this book, and my colleague Paul Brian McCoy agrees in an extended essay on these comics as part of ComicsBulletin's "Mondo Marvel" column. I think Paul would agree with me: these aren't the greatest comics that Marvel released in the '70s, but they're satisfying and lots of fun. Read Full Review

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