What is mighty samson?

Mighty Samson

Mighty Samson was an original comic book series from Gold Key Comics. Similar to other post-apocalyptic titles like Kamandi, Atomic Knights or the like, it was set in the area around New York, now known as "N'Yark", in an Earth devastated by a nuclear war.

Read more about Mighty Samson.

Some articles on mighty samson:

Sword-and-sandal - Other (non-series) Italian Pepla
... feature a major superhero (such as Hercules, Maciste or Samson), and as such they fall into a sort of miscellaneous category ... I grandi condottieri, aka Gideon and Samson, starred Rosalba Neri Guns of the Black Witch (1961) a.k.a ... Revolt of the Tartars Mighty Crusaders, The (1957) a.k.a ...
Mighty Samson
... Mighty Samson was an original comic book series from Gold Key Comics ... Mighty Samson lasted 32 issues between 1964 and 1982 ... Mighty Samson was brought back in 1972 and lasted until #31 in 1976 ...
Peplum Films - Other (non-series) Italian Pepla
... major superhero (such as Hercules, Maciste or Samson), and as such they fall into a sort of miscellaneous category ... Revolt of the Tartars Mighty Crusaders, The (1957) a.k.a ... The (1968) Cyclops segment directed by Mario Bava Samson Burke played the Cyclops Old Testament, The (1962) Brad Harris Perseus the Invincible (1962) a.k.a ...
AJPW All Asia Tag Team Championship - Title History
29 Jerry Oates Ted Oates 1 October 2, 1976 Tokyo, Japan 30 Samson Kutsuwada Akihisa Takachiho 1 October 21, 1976 Fukushima, Japan 31 The Great Kojika (3) Motoshi Okuma 2 June 16, 1977 Tokyo. 37 Ashura Hara Mighty Inoue (2) 1 February 23, 1983 Takaishi, Japan Defeated The Great Kojika Motoshi Okuma. 42 Mighty Inoue (3) Takashi Ishikawa (4) 1 October 31, 1985 Tsuruoka, Japan 43 Ashura Hara (3) Super Strong Machine 1 October 30, 1986 Aomori, Japan Vacated ...

Famous quotes containing the words samson and/or mighty:

    Jack, eating rotten cheese, did say,
    ‘Like Samson I my thousands slay.’
    Benjamin Franklin (1706–1790)

    Dear God! the very houses seem asleep;
    And all that mighty heart is lying still!
    William Wordsworth (1770–1850)