I'm watching the 1937 Jungle Jim serial. The episodes recap the story so far using special Jungle Jim strips. It's a nice touch.
From Nick Caputo's blog: Hidden gems in Marvel reprints.
They had me going with "Bill Finger," "Detective Bullock" and "daughter Barbara Gordon," until I saw the end credits.
Luke Blanchard said:
There are two sequel videos which continue the story.
From Nick Caputo's blog: Marvel covers before they were altered.
The head on the Red Skull on the reprint is clearly original, but the reprint may have removed some debris to accommodate the logo.
This strip is from the West Australian Sunday Times, 26 Sep. 1943. The art doesn't look like Joe Shuster's. He had many assistants, but I've never seen work from his studio quite like this. The writing reads like Siegel's, so I don't suppose it was an original story. My guess is the strip was traced or redrawn for the Australian paper. Can anyone out there say?
Did Filmation ever have a Godzilla deal?
I ask, because I just watched the animated Star Trek episode "Yesteryear", and was surprised to hear that the monster in the Vulcan desert sounded exactly like Godzilla. Not "close." Exactly. As in, somebody flat out swiped the audio clip. Unless, you know, Filmation had the rights somehow.
I'm inclined to think there must be a legit explanation. The Big G was popular enough in the early '70's for me to see Megalon and Smog Monster on the big screen in my hometown. So it's not like nobody would have noticed.