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1972). Thomas, Roy (w), Don Heck (a), Artie Simek (l). ” The Avengers #37 (Feb. 1967). “The Kree-Skrull War” and the Growth of Uncertainty in the Cold War Era Paul R. Kohl The Cold War deﬁned the United States’ internal self-image and its international relations from 1945 to 1989. As Todd Gitlin has noted, “For four decades, anti–Communism remained a binder in the American cement” (66). The simplistic formula of Freedom versus Communism gave Americans a vision of what they were for and what they were against.
The certainty of attitudes towards Communism and Communist foes in the ﬁrst part of the 1960s is quite different from the handling of such matters later in the decade and in the early 1970s, when the war in Southeast Asia polarized the country. 25 26 The Ages of the Avengers This essay is a reading of one such “uncertain” text, the “Kree-Skrull War” from 1971 to 1972. ” In the “Kree-Skrull War,” writer Roy Thomas reﬂects the uncertain nature of American society at the time but attempts to resolve it by going back to a time when America was quite certain of itself, a time prior even to the Cold War: World War II.
R. Gregory (l). ” The Avengers #47 (Dec. 1967). Thomas, Roy (w), Sal Buscema (p), Sam Grainger (i), Sam Rosen (l). ” The Avengers #89 ( June 1971). Thomas, Roy (w), Sal Buscema (p), George Roussos (i), Sam Rosen (l). ” The Avengers #92 (Sept. 1971). Thomas, Roy (w), Don Heck (p), George Bell (i), Artie Simek (l). ” The Avengers #38 (Mar. 1967). Thomas, Roy (w), Don Heck (p), George Bell (i), Artie Simek (l). ” The Avengers Annual #1 (Sept. 1967). Thomas, Roy (w), Don Heck (a), Sam Rosen (l). ” The Avengers #36 ( Jan.