Along Came A Spider Man


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The Time Bullet is briskly moving along at a two-post-per-month clip these days, which by my estimation should ensure this site’s eventual domination of the Blog-O-Net by the year 3025.

Of course, by that time, blogging about pop culture artifacts should be obsolete – if it isn’t already. We at Time Bullet Central are not concerned about such mundane matters, however, as long as there are still action-packed Golden Age comics scans to unearth and share with the unseen masses.

Here’s one such story featuring one of our favorite super-heroes, Bulletman, taking on one of comics’ many arachnid-themed super-villains. As always, the adventure is enlivened by the presence of Bulletgirl, one of the more competent super-heroines of the Golden Age.

“The Black Spider” originally appeared in Bulletman #1 (Fawcett, Summer 1941). The story was penciled and inked by Charles Sultan, a prolific artist whose long career included illustrating pulps and men’s magazines.

There is no writer credit.

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Poor Suzy! I guess that’s why the Comics Code was created…

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One thought on “Along Came A Spider Man

  1. If I wrote this I wouldnt want credit either! Campy fun with brutal costume designs! BulletMan is a retro throwback we all wish we could throw away! Okay that’s a little harsh..loved the article in all seriousness! Keep em coming!

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