About Longbox Graveyard
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“Longboxes” are where comic book fans store their comics, and “Graveyards” are places of myth, memory, and monsters!
My name is Paul O’Connor and Longbox Graveyard is my blog about comic books. Originally conceived as a means of keeping myself on track while I organized an out-of-control comic book collection, the blog has taken on a life of its own, and is still going strong into its fourth year.
The emphasis is on Bronze Age (1970-1985) comic book nostalgia and reviews, with an occasional look at more modern work. You can best understand the ethos of this blog by reading the first post; posts alternate between reviews of books “rescued” from “The Accumulation” of the Longbox Graveyard for preservation in my curated collection, and more general posts about collecting and other subjects.
Sorry, but I do not generally accept contemporary books for review.
You can see a one-page overview of every major article published on this site by reviewing the Checklist, and you can learn about my outside blogging projects and the Longbox Graveyard Podcast by clicking HERE.
Legal: All original material on this site is © Paul O’Connor (or original guest blog author) and Longbox Graveyard, 2011-2019. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material without express and written permission from this blog’s author and owner is strictly prohibited. Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Paul O’Connor (or guest blog author) and Longbox Graveyard with appropriate and specific direction to the original content.
All images included on this site are for purposes of review and research and are not intended to interfere with the copyright holder’s right to use such material for their own commercial goals. We love comics, and so do you. Buy them. It’s the right thing to do.