THE UNTOLD STORY

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    Inside the Marvel Bullpen
The New York University student film We Love You Herb Trimpe, shot at the Marvel offices in early 1970, provides visual evidence of the Bullpen: Trimpe, an Alan Alda lookalike, has decorated his station with a poster of General George S. Patton (World War II biplane models linger just above the shot). John Verpoorten and Marie Severin chat and tease as they work but never look up, the desks pushed together so tightly that everyone would have to stop working in order for anyone to squeeze out of the room. 
(Text from Marvel Comics: The Untold Story)

    Inside the Marvel Bullpen

    The New York University student film We Love You Herb Trimpe, shot at the Marvel offices in early 1970, provides visual evidence of the Bullpen: Trimpe, an Alan Alda lookalike, has decorated his station with a poster of General George S. Patton (World War II biplane models linger just above the shot). John Verpoorten and Marie Severin chat and tease as they work but never look up, the desks pushed together so tightly that everyone would have to stop working in order for anyone to squeeze out of the room.

    (Text from Marvel Comics: The Untold Story)

    — 1 year ago with 49 notes
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