"I posted a Captain Marvel column -- anybody who wants to can comment there.
For my part, I liked Captain Marvel well enough -- I found it about Ant-Man and Wasp level. But I don't have much else to say. It was pretty by-the-numbers.
My wife, on…"
"When did it become fashionable for girls to tuck in their shirts in the front, but let them hang out on the sides and back? It looks like an accident, plus it emphasizes hip width. Not a good look for anyone, even skinny girls. I don't get it."
"That was weird. I guess they thought the books wouldn't sell, despite the movies. Or that if someone who loved the movies sampled one, they'd be disappointed. They may be right on either point.
It sure makes it hard on us hard-core…"
"My Martian Manhunter collection began in House of Mystery, when every issue he fought some new monster from the Idol Head of Diabolu, which was unlike his Detective run. Plus I had his Justice League of America appearances -- which, again, were…"
"I really like the Omnibuses. I have, in fact, replaced a lot of my Archives and Masterworks with the Omnnibus format. If that changes, I don't know where I'll be.
I already don't know what to do about Marvel. I stopped buying the…"
"We picked up speed in this past month's superhero hiatus. I still really like the show, and think it's the best superhero show out there at handling drama. (As opposed to humor or adventure, although when BL wants to be funny, the joke…"
"My first issue of Daredevil was #3, but after Wally Wood left I only tolerated the book (and almost dropped it on multiple occasions) until Frank Miller came along. I was much more patient in those days, I guess.
And JD, John Lennon was born in…"
"I just picked up the 10th issue / 3rd issue of the Walmart Giants. (I missed out on Superman 9 last month -- it was sold out at my store.) On quick glance, a couple of things to note in my above page count speculation:
1) Flash Giant 3 covers…"
"Nice! So I imagine Caitlyn isn't in this one too much. But I'm sure she's got a huge part in the following episode, where her dad and mom return! I'm really stoked to see Kyle Secor as the Icicle again!"
Cap, a slight correction to your "Reprint Wishes" in CBG #1680. It was the Armorines that wore "Iron Man-type armor." The bodies of the H.A.R.D. Corps members were implanted with technology that would allow them to utilize one Harbinger power (such as strength or invulnerability) at a time. H.A.R.D. Corps #4 was my first Valiant book.