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On another thread, my pal Dave Blanchard wrote: >Although I've been around here for a good long while, I'm one of those who were "impor…

Started by Hoy Murphy

249 Jul 20
Reply by Dave Blanchard

This looks familiar. Where's Goody Rickels?

I've never been to Comic-con and likely never will, but if there was one I would go to, it would be this one, just to get this 2017 convent…

Started by Hoy Murphy

3 Jun 1
Reply by Jeff of Earth-J

Leo Baxendale

I realise you’re not generally big followers of British comics, but I need to flag up a notification I received last week of the sad death…

Started by Steve W

12 May 29
Reply by Luke Blanchard

Happy birthday to our host, Mr. Silver Age, Craig Shutt

Even though he rarely shows up to celebrate goofy comics with us these days, we can't let this special day go by without wishing our host C…

Started by Hoy Murphy

23 May 24
Reply by Jeff of Earth-J

Happy birthday to our old pal Don Rickles, born 90 years ago today, May 8, 1926!

Almost forgot this year! Hoy

Started by Hoy Murphy

22 May 21
Reply by Richard Willis

The Baron Re-Reads the Justice Society

All-Star Comics #3 (Winter 1940): 1)I expect that if you've only read one Golden Age adventure of the JSA, this is the one.  It's not bad,…

Started by The Baron

1772 May 20
Reply by Richard Mantle

Philip Portelli Re-Reads Legion of Super-Heroes

I'm going to regret this... Unlike the other major superhero teams (the Justice Society, the Justice League, the Avengers, etc.), the Legio…

Started by Philip Portelli

307 May 19
Reply by Philip Portelli

John Dunbar re-reads Thor (Journey Into Mystery 83 and up)

Thor debuted in Journey Into Mystery 83, cover-dated August 1962.  This was, of course, the very early days of modern Marvel.  The Fantasti…

Started by John Dunbar (the mod of maple)

1129 May 5
Reply by Luke Blanchard

Silver Age Lana Lang's Little Brothers

As I understand it, the Silver Age Lana Lang was, at one time or another, depicted as having three different little brothers: Ronald, Larry…

Started by The Baron

8 Apr 4
Reply by Mark S. Ogilvie

John Dunbar re-reads Iron Man (Tales of Suspense 39-99)

He's Tony Stark, a cool exec with a heart of steel.  He's a founding Avenger, often called the Golden Avenger.  He debuted in Tales of Susp…

Started by John Dunbar (the mod of maple)

230 Feb 23
Reply by Luke Blanchard

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