70s Comic Books: Diversions of the Groovy Kind

Diversions of the Groovy Kind for 70s Comic Book Nostalgia

A great blog has come to my attention and I wanted to point you all toward it. The site goes by the name of Diversions of the Groovy Kind and the diversions in question are comic books of the 1970s. A typical post will reprint long lost stories from titles such as Doctor Strange and Master of Kung Fu. Incredible artists such as Howard Chaykin and Alfredo Alcala are also spotlighted. I was a big collector of comics in the 70s and I’m happy to say I still have them all.

On Super Bowl Sunday DotGK ran a post full of great comic book ads from the 70s, two of which are featured below. Definitely a site to add to the ol’ bookmarks collection. Groovy!

Dr. J ad from 1979. I remember this one well. It graces many comics in my collection.



Johnny Bench 'Batter Up' Training Toy, circa late 70s

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2 Responses to 70s Comic Books: Diversions of the Groovy Kind

  1. Thanks for the kind words! I dig your site, too, and have linked to it. Keep on truckin’!
    Ol’ Groove

  2. David Moore says:

    Thanks for checking in and for providing us with such an excellent site!

    May the Groove be with you.