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"I have always been a big GL fan, since I first read his comics as a boy, circa 1973.…"

Lee Semmens replied Sep 20, 2020 to Deck Log Entry # 228 The Wienie-isation of Hal Jordan

37 Nov 21, 2020
Reply by Jeff of Earth-J

"So, it's because of people like Peggy Charren that 1970s and 80s cartoons and childr…"

Lee Semmens replied Oct 14, 2017 to From the Archives: Deck Log Entry # 63 Saturday Morning Silver Age: Part Seven--Who Killed the Super-Heroes?

50 Oct 23, 2017
Reply by Ronald Morgan

"Commander Benson said: I say this every time someone takes a sentimental or ideologi…"

Lee Semmens replied Oct 4, 2017 to From the Archives: Deck Log Entry # 62 Saturday Morning Silver Age: Part Six--the Also-Rans

36 Nov 15, 2017
Reply by Ronald Morgan

"Star Trek: Enterprise killed the franchise for me. Love Voyager and DS9, not quite s…"

Lee Semmens replied Sep 25, 2017 to 'Star Trek: Discovery'

46 Apr 16, 2019
Reply by PowerBook Pete, the Mad Mod

"Carl Barks in the early 1970s, age circa 10-12. He was never credited in those days,…"

Lee Semmens replied Aug 14, 2017 to Who Was Your Artist?

33 Sep 16, 2017
Reply by Randy Jackson

"I have got it (and the Batman, Superman and Flash ones), but it is several years sin…"

Lee Semmens replied Aug 14, 2017 to Did anyone read the issue where Wonder Woman teamed up with Jerry Lewis?

5 Aug 14, 2017
Reply by Lee Semmens

"Landau, who shot to fame by playing a homosexual henchman in Alfred Hitchcock’s 1959…"

Lee Semmens replied Jul 17, 2017 to R.I.P. Martin Landau, of "Mission: Impossible," "Ed Wood" -- 1928-2017

10 Jul 17, 2017
Reply by ClarkKent_DC

"Rob Staeger (Grodd Mod) said: Early 40s, I would say (56 now). Mind you, there are a…"

Lee Semmens replied May 19, 2017 to Marvel and DC Golden, Silver, and Bronze Age collections

742 Jul 7
Reply by Captain Comics

"Showcase #100? Sorry, but I thought it was a simply dreadful comic that tried to cov…"

Lee Semmens replied May 19, 2017 to Marvel and DC Golden, Silver, and Bronze Age collections

742 Jul 7
Reply by Captain Comics

"Somebody mentioned on another board that she was the only major cast member of her o…"

Lee Semmens replied Jan 26, 2017 to RIP Mary Tyler Moore

11 Jan 26, 2017
Reply by Ronald Morgan

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Lee Houston, Junior replied to Steve W's discussion A Cover a Day
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Philip Portelli replied to Steve W's discussion A Cover a Day
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Rob Staeger (Grodd Mod) replied to Rob Staeger (Grodd Mod)'s discussion A Look Back at Vertigo: Shade the Changing Man
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