"It doesn't help that there are so few siblings in Archie Comics.
As far as I remember, Archie, Veronica and Reggie were all only children. Betty was until 1962, when older sister Polly was introduced (and 1963, even older brother Chic). Jughead…"
"You're not alone, Dennis -- I preferred the Archive editions myself, for many of the reasons you cited. Also, I really enjoyed the forewords, which dealt specifically with the year or so found within that specific book, and were often really…"
"My LCS had a copy of the Golden Age Superman v1. Since the lowest price I've seen online is $125, and he had it priced for half that, I went ahead and got it. Now what do I do with all these Superman/Action Archives?
JK. Not a pressing…"
"In the New 52 Secret Six, Dibny was masquerading as a criminal named Big Shot, who was.a big bruiser of a guy. Dibny had morphed his whole body into that shape and held it for a number of issues until the big reveal. "
"Snart was almost a victim of the state-of-the-art frontal lobotomy.
When his show was on NBC they wouldn't let the titular character smoke. The CW actually let him light up. I don't smoke, but Constantine loses something when he…"
"We watched the Legends mid-season premiere, and it was great fun. Constantine was his usual smarmy self, there was some unexpected sex, there was a nod to Constantine's bisexuality, some great Exorcist-type spooky stuff, plus -- alas! --…"
"That's great news. CW is like the indie comics of TV -- a lower expectation of profit allows shows like Supergirl to thrive, a show that wasn't profitable enough for one of the Big 3. (Fox was like that, too, and it appears shows like The…"
"Speaking of body-switching ... is Ralph's new-found ability to morph into other people unique to the TV character? I don't recall him ever being able to do that in the comics.
I won't even ask how Ralph's clothes could change…"
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.