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May 5 17 11:46 AM
BrianWells wrote:Those Superman covers are ace. Please post more anytime you're in the mood.
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May 11 17 2:27 AM
I have every single one of those Superman comics (in fact I have a complete run from #132-423, plus many earlier issues), all acquired 1998 to circa 2008.
The far smaller collection I had as a child in the 1970s is long gone.
May 11 17 4:48 PM
Alan wrote:Not great copies but ok for lighting the old fires.
May 15 17 2:24 PM
I've been a big fan of Radio Comics' Fly and Jaguar suoerheroes ever since I first discovered them at Lamont & Perkins Pharmacy's comic stand in early 1961. Nonetheless I have to admit that John Rosenberger's artwork on these stories could leave something to be desired in certain ways. In particular, he far too often drew his heroines and villainesses with the body of your average secretary:
This was even more apparent from his work in Jaguar stories:
John Giunta returned to pencil an occasional story during the latter part of the Adventures of the Fly run:
If anything though, John Giunta's artwork looked to have regressed from his earlier work on the title.
May 20 17 12:47 PM
This is as good a time and thread as any to recount the most infamous
Batman story of them all from Batman 66. Yes, the lurid boner saga in which Batman
attempts to top the Joker's best efforts! The seeds of this contest are
planted when the Joker's puny boner makes front page news:
Determined to never be caught short again, the Joker first bones up on the subject:
The awesome boners he then unleashes soon draw rave headlines:
Batman responds by valiantly matching the Joker boner for boner:
The Joker then raises the ante by making Batman himself the target of his next boner:
This unexpected development seems to have Batman at a loss. His heavy
handed approach to crime fighting isn't the answer. It doesn't seem to
occur to him that a woman's tender touch may be necessary, specifically
that of Catwoman who's known across Gotham for more than just lipservice
when action is needed. But would Catwoman now be willing to lend a
helping hand when Batman has spent years rejecting her advances
preferring instead to humiliate her by sending her off to prison?
No, she wasn't there for ole Bats this time. The Caped Crusader would
have to face up to what was coming from the Joker himself. The
experience probably left poor Batman with deep and abiding emotional
scars. Poor Robin....
05/23/17 2:37 PM
Check out the wild cool ads on the back covers of Big Daddy Roth magazine!
05/26/17 5:07 PM
Here are scans of fifteen more of my Justice League of America comics that I've not recently posted:
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05/27/17 1:23 PM
Alan wrote:JLA #56 has one of those much loved covers featuring two sets of heroes rushing towards each other for a good set to - but was this the first of that type? I know The Avengers used it on King Size Annual 2, but this cover appeared the same month as the first Avengers Annual, so I think Infantino got there first.
Anyone know of an earlier example of that cover?
BrianWells wrote:Had 55 and 64 off of the spinner rack. I'd grab anything Earth 2 related I could get my hands on.
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