Do you love Christmas stories? Tinsel the reindeer will delight you and bring Christmas alive! Get your copy of Raymara Barwil's magical Christmas adventure comic book for children, with full colour and captivating illustrations, where Tinsel the littlest reindeer saves Tom the handicapped boy's Christmas. Tinsel wants to pull Santa's sleigh with the rest of the reindeer team.
No one, including Santa, will take him seriously and they laugh at him. Tinsel sadly watches Santa go off with the presents on Christmas Eve. Suddenly, Tinsel remembers a very special present Santa has forgotten. Who wants to be grown-up at Christmas anyway? How will Tinsel get the forgotten present to Santa in time? Scroll up and grab your copy now to find out. See All Customer Reviews. Shop Books. Read an excerpt of this book! Add to Wishlist. Although she was freed from her Santa obsession, Captain America reassured Virgie that Santa's spirit lived on in good tidings.
Dozens of superhero holiday tales have revolved around the idea of someone committing crimes while dressed up as Santa Claus. For the most part, 's Iron Man , by Bob Layton, seems like another one of those kinds of tales. Layton's cover features a fairly standard image of a costumed Santa firing a blast at Tony Stark, but it also contains one of the best, worst puns in Marvel's history, "Ho-Ho-Homicide.
That cover makes a promise that the rest of the comic barely fulfills.
Nathan Lemon was a student at the Taskmaster's school for supervillains. After killing two of his classmates, the Taskmaster made Lemon the new Spymaster. But, in order to fully graduate, Lemon had to steal an ornament from Tony Stark's Christmas tree. Although the Spymaster infiltrating Stark's holiday gathering disguised as Santa, Iron Man simply gave the ornament to the Spymaster as a gesture of goodwill.
In the early s, Marvel produced a few licensed comics for the Dallas Times Herald newspaper. That issue also featured an advertising section with one of the strangest images of the Hulk ever produced by Marvel. Nestled among ads for local restaurants and comic shops, the above image appeared without any further context. Between the Hulk's brutish, almost caveman-like face and the ominous holiday greeting "Ho, Ho, Ho: KIDS," the image is pure nightmare fuel that makes the Hulk seem legitimately unnerving.
While it was probably just put there to fill up an empty slot on the page, the Hulk's expressionless face and vice-like grip on an ecstatic child add an eerie hint of menace to Spider-Man's trip out west. In , Marvel made international headlines for its crossover Secret Empire , where Captain America became a Hydra sleeper agent thanks to some reality-altering shenanigans. While Marvel received heavy criticism for turning such a morally pure character into a Hydra the publisher escaped criticism when a robot Santa attacked New York in Hydra's name in the Marvel Holiday Special Although Fin Fang Foom vanquished the robot with a fire-filled sneeze, a Hydra-hailing Santa isn't the most comforting image in the wake of a year that included Secret Empire.
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