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No Image MaleDoctor Bloom
The only way for me to calm down is by destroying the whole world!
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No Image MaleWeed Wichards
Perhaps we should let him do it, darling!
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No Image FemaleShrew Storm
It's what mankind deserves for reading Brand Echh!
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Appearing in "The Silver Burper!"Edit

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  • Aunt Pneumonia (Mentioned)
  • Quiet Slingfoot (Mentioned)

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Synopsis for "The Silver Burper!"Edit

Not Brand Echh Vol 1 1 001

A comical re-telling of the Surfer's encounter with Dr. Doom from Fantastic Four #57-60. At one point in the story Sue exclaims "You know why people love our stories? They're so realistic!" It's nice to see that Jack and Stan were capable of not taking themselves so seriously.

Appearing in "The Fastest Gums in the West!"Edit

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Synopsis for "The Fastest Gums in the West!"Edit

Kid Cold and the Rawhead Kid find a strongbox filled with gold and decide to retire to Miami Beach, all the while being chased by Madd Hogg, his sidekick Bum Bum and the Sheriff Bad Brett. A caption at the end of this story tells us that this is a parody of Two-Gun Kid #89 which at the time had not yet been released.

Appearing in "The Human Scorch Versus the Sunk-Mariner!"Edit

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Synopsis for "The Human Scorch Versus the Sunk-Mariner!"Edit

A parody of the battle between the original Human Torch and the Sub-Mariner originally printed in Marvel Mystery Comics #9. At one point in this story, Spidey-Man appears and proclaims, "Oops! Wrong strip!" The story ends with Chaplain America informing Human Scorch and Sunk-Mariner that they no longer fit in with the heroes of the 1960's, and thus they decide to retire to the Happy Haven Home For Halcyon Heroes.

Appearing in "A Day of Blunder!"Edit

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Synopsis for "A Day of Blunder!"Edit

Sgt. Furious and his Hostile Commandos star in a parody of the lead story from Sgt Fury and his Howling Commandos Annual #2.

  • The Captain America spoof in this issue is named Chaplain America, but in all subsequent Not Brand Echh appearances will be referred to as Charlie America.


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