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It may be your browser, Mark. As has been discussed on another thread, some art links don't show for me when I look on Firefox, but do on Chrome or Explorer.

Mark S. Ogilvie said:

Funny, on some of the covers shown I get a negative effect with the colors reversed. I didn't notice that till now.

Yea, I think it is.



Captain Comics said:

It may be your browser, Mark. As has been discussed on another thread, some art links don't show for me when I look on Firefox, but do on Chrome or Explorer.

Mark S. Ogilvie said:

Funny, on some of the covers shown I get a negative effect with the colors reversed. I didn't notice that till now.

Also, here's the answer to all those who say DC would do better to write and draw stories like those of their youth (or just reprint those stories endlessly). Sorry, guys, the upbeat, charming, square-jawed heroism of the Silver Age just doesn't sell any more.

To which I say: "Sorry guys, but what you're selling just doesn't work for me any more. Same goes for you, Marvel. Have fun chasing an audience that wants what you're selling. I'll show myself out and try to remember when you knew or cared what heroism actually meant and took less than a hundred pages to tell me what the heck was going on. Bye now."

 

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