Brian H. Bailie
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Brian H. Bailie replied to ClarkKent_DC's discussion R.I.P. Dennis Farina, 1944-2013
"I'll say this, he made a damn fine Wildcat in the Justice League Unlimited series, even if the episode stretched some credibility with some of us. Which... I guess... is actually what you pretty much already said. :) Well said!Brian"
Jul 22, 2013
Brian H. Bailie commented on Commander Benson's blog post Deck Log Entry # 159 The Silver-Age Challenge---the Legion of Super-Heroes Edition . . . Answers!
"A higher compliment I could not ask for. My work here is done! Actually, I'm surprised how well I did, considering that I was never that big a Legion fan in my youth. But I am disappointed that I missed Question 9. Fan I might not have been,…"
Jun 19, 2013
Brian H. Bailie commented on Commander Benson's blog post Deck Log Entry # 158 The Silver-Age Challenge---the Legion of Super-Heroes Edition
"The tough part is always trying not to sneak a peak at the answers people come up with at the bottom, but since there's no fun in that, let's give it my own best shot… 1. Inertron 2. Batman 3. I know Earth is one, and I…"
May 31, 2013
Brian H. Bailie commented on Commander Benson's blog post Deck Log Entry # 157 "But I Always Thought . . . ": Superman on Television (Part Two)
"Once again, coming in late to a discussion, but I couldn't miss out on such a favorite topic: There’s no denying that the Man of Steel torpedoed Reeves’s chances for Hollywood stardom.  But there is compensation, and a very…"
May 29, 2013
Brian H. Bailie commented on Commander Benson's blog post From the Archives: Deck Log Entry # 37 Mars or Bust!
"Sorry to be so late to the party, but, as always, another Deck Log entry to prove that education can be fun! "If the premise was that he was stranded on Earth, once J’onn J’onzz joined the Justice League, why didn’t he have…"
May 27, 2013
Brian H. Bailie commented on Commander Benson's blog post From the Archives: Deck Log Entry # 36 "But I Always Thought . . . "---the Man of Steel
"Mort and Julie started out in fandom, so they were likely candidates for being able to appreciate and maintain continuity, but I also have to wonder how much, at least in Superman's world, that E. Nelson Bridwell had to do with keeping things…"
Apr 11, 2013
Brian H. Bailie replied to Kirk G's discussion Medusa of the Inhumans: Villain or Misunderstood Fugitive?
"Well, for to begin with, redheads are proof that God loves us. Secondly, semi-clad redheads are proof that He wants us to be happy, as well. As for what possessed Fred to do this, offhand, I'd venture to say that semi-nekkid drawings of Medusa…"
Apr 2, 2013
Brian H. Bailie commented on Commander Benson's blog post Deck Log Entry # 151 The Seventh Thing (Part 1)
"Actually, Clark would go to the beach, he just had to remember to wear his fake vaccination scar (not kidding), and he was known to rub iodine on his body to simulate sunburn. The good Commander will be better able to quote issue and story better…"
Jan 31, 2013
Brian H. Bailie commented on Commander Benson's blog post Deck Log Entry # 151 The Seventh Thing (Part 1)
""Conventions such as a pair of eyeglasses successfully keeps someone from being recognised."One Halloween, I went to a club I often frequented, this time in my Spider-Man costume. Though self-made, I prided myself on its accuracy,…"
Jan 22, 2013
Brian H. Bailie commented on Commander Benson's blog post From the Archives: Deck Log Entry # 35 A Forgotten Gem: Fantastic Four # 25-6 (April and May, 1964)
"At least DC eventually got the hint, as Gene Colan worked on Wonder Woman during the 80's when he jumped ship to DC. Stunning, stunning work, plus I believe he was the first to use the "Double W" insignia on her breastplate instead of…"
Dec 13, 2012
Brian H. Bailie commented on Commander Benson's blog post From the Archives: Deck Log Entry # 35 A Forgotten Gem: Fantastic Four # 25-6 (April and May, 1964)
"If you want to tap a vein into why Marvel surged ahead of DC, then combine these 2 issues with Amazing Spider-Man 31, 32, & 33 (the Master Planner trilogy), and you need look no further. The JLA/JSA issues I treasure to this day, but to borrow a…"
Dec 12, 2012
Brian H. Bailie commented on Commander Benson's blog post Deck Log Entry # 139 Delusions of Adequacy: the Seven Lamest Foes of the Silver-Age JLA (Part 2)
"Glad to be back, and I should even be back to restart my Cosmic Treadmill chat hour this week!And actually, I'd swear that JLA #66 was in '68, hence the reason I suggested him (though I admit that I don't have my collection right at…"
Apr 24, 2012
Brian H. Bailie commented on Commander Benson's blog post Deck Log Entry # 139 Delusions of Adequacy: the Seven Lamest Foes of the Silver-Age JLA (Part 2)
"> Any guesses?I know it's outside your normal parameters of a "true Justice League" as done by Fox and Sekowsky, but for a lot of people, November, 1968 is still considered the Silver Age. If so, then there's no…"
Apr 24, 2012
Brian H. Bailie replied to Philip Portelli's discussion Brave & Bold's Mission Omissions
Jun 29, 2011
Brian H. Bailie commented on John Dunbar (the mod of maple)'s group Welcome to the (GL) Corps!
"I can't say if Geoff Johns knows about Rot, but just for those here who don't know, in Tales of the Green Lantern Corps #3, Katma Tui was dispatched to recruit a new Green Lantern in the very remote and dark Space Sector 911, where…"
Jun 11, 2011

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At 7:06am on April 30, 2011, Commander Benson said…
Welcome aboard, buddy!  I think you'll enjoy the experience.  There's certainly enough Silver-Age discussion here to keep you interested.

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