Podcasts
Published February 27, 2019

TWIMURC: Come to the Marvel Sock Hop and Read Some 1950s Comics

Ryan "Agent M" Penagos and Marvel Editor-in-Chief C.B. Cebulski go for a deep dive into a defining decade for Marvel Comics!

Marvel's 80th
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This Week in Marvel is taking you through every decade of Marvel's 80-year history, and this month's TWIMURC is all about the 1950s. This is the decade that saw the beginning of Marvel's Silver Age as the comic company evolved into the Marvel that we know and love today.

And what better way to celebrate this decade than by reading some of the comics from the era? Ryan "Agent M" Penagos and Marvel's Editor-in-Chief C.B. Cebulski sit down for a conversation about Marvel in the 1950s and take a closer look at some of the books that came out in the 1950s. Watch the video above, listen to the audio below, and check out a few of the books that are on Marvel Unlimited! Here's your reading list:

And now that you've read the books, listen to the discussion with Ryan and C.B.! You can download the audio here:

Stay tuned to Marvel.com for more great content about Marvel's 80th Anniversary!

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