Immortalized in the Phillip Marlowe stories:
The Gambling Ships off Los Angeles in the 1920s and 1930s.
A lightweight drone being designed to fly on Mars
Ever wondered why the MCU didn't use Kang the Conqueror? Because, technically, he first appeared as Pharaoh Rama-Tut in Fantastic Four.Twentieth Century Fox had the rights to the character.
"Patrick Stewart to Reprise 'Star Trek' Role."
The very definition of "ambivalence."
Bridwell's speculation about Sivana and Beck is from Shazam! from the 40's to the 70's. The full quote is as follows:
Eventually, in a story in this volume, it was revealed that Beautia is Sivana's daughter, and his origin was given. Also, his son Magnificus appeared-only to vanish without a trace. One panel, showing a younger Sivana, with hair and a white mustache, is particularly interesting-for more than thirty years later, when I met the artist who drew it, C.C. Beck, he had become a dead ringer for that Sivana shot! (He had already seen some resemblance, for he had sent us a carton showing himself as Sivana. Supposedly he based Sivana on a druggist he knew-but was there a bit of Beck in the character from the first?
The story is the one from Whiz Comics #15. The panel is on the story's last page.
According to that page, Spy Smasher was based on Errol Flynn. Fandral the Dashing was also based on Errol Flynn. I wonder how many other characters share the same inspiration.
I'm sure the success of 1938's The Adventures of Robin Hood helped inspired Green Arrow and the other Golden Age archer heroes.
Who was Tony Stark originally based on?