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"Superman's super-breath and super palate/tongue muscles should be able to set up vib…"

Don Mankowski replied Jun 21 to Was there ever a plausible explanation for Superman's vision powers

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"U.S. pennies were actually bronze for most of their history, and have been copper-pl…"

Don Mankowski replied Apr 20 to A Cover a Day

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"I didn't pay attention to the dialogue when I grabbed those images. So, the 1948 Tar…"

Don Mankowski replied Mar 3 to Tarzan Comic Books & Comic Strips

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"TELECHRONISCOPIC VISION -- Can see anything at all that happened in any bloomin' tim…"

Don Mankowski replied Mar 3 to Was there ever a plausible explanation for Superman's vision powers

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"Marsh's Tarzan, 1948 Marsh's Tarzan, 1965 "

Don Mankowski replied Mar 2 to Tarzan Comic Books & Comic Strips

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"I'd read that Jesse Marsh suffered from eye problems when older. Burroughs expert Ve…"

Don Mankowski replied Mar 1 to Tarzan Comic Books & Comic Strips

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"So, he can see through (almost) anything, however distant, however microscopic, memo…"

Don Mankowski replied Mar 1 to Was there ever a plausible explanation for Superman's vision powers

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"That makes sense. As I said early on, om the early 1960s, people were being advised…"

Don Mankowski replied Feb 25 to Was there ever a plausible explanation for Superman's vision powers

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"Y'r welcome!  I see the pic a bit clipped on the right, but if you double-click on i…"

Don Mankowski replied Feb 24 to Was there ever a plausible explanation for Superman's vision powers

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" Superman Giant Annual # 2, p52"

Don Mankowski replied Feb 24 to Was there ever a plausible explanation for Superman's vision powers

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