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Feb 13 09 10:35 AM
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Feb 23 09 10:42 AM
Feb 23 09 11:42 AM
Bringing up Martin Pasko raises some interesting memories. I really liked his Superman & the Lady Pirate story. (I cannot remember the issue
number.) I also seem to recall enjoying several other stories. However, in a
number of interviews with him I have felt like he had a disregard for his work and comics. There was a Comics Journal
round-table interview where he made comments like that, putting down that Superman story I just cited, among other things.
Also, the Krypton Companion also reinforced this. But perhaps I am misremembering.
Feb 23 09 2:31 PM
Thank you for this wonderful service, Osgood. A couple of questions, though:
1) Were Superman's appearances in his other contemporaneous books at least consistent with the less powerful guy depicted in these stories? Or is he
still towing around planets in Action Comics?
2) Can you shed more light on this: "On the other hand, Martin Pasko took O'Neil to task with the continuing portrayal of Clark Kent as a schmuck
(especially enlightening when you consider where Marty took the character a few years later!)"? What was Pasko's depiction like? I just remember him
as being one of the worst JLofA writers ever.
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