"ACTION COMICS #976: “[I]t was less dramatic than I was expecting.” That about sums it up for me as well.
FUTURE QUEST #11: “The first storyline”? Do we know for sure that this title will continue beyond #12? Don’t get…"
"The sub-title of the Anno Dracula series is a play on the name of a 1964 movie, Seven Days in May.
Newman commenced his Anno Dracula series in 1992, so it predates The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen. According to Wikipedia the books and…"
"Responding to Figserello ...
Actually the series made it more obvious that John was motivated by guilt and a sense of responsibility than in the comics. In the comics he's more of a superhero, just fighting evil ... just because, and…"
"Great googly-moogly, that's a lot of Constantine talk all at once. A favorite subject of mine, so let me respond as well as I can.
Richard, you are spot on, of course, on all the Arrow/Constantine/Vixen news. There is still talk of another go…"
"I had to laugh at your Morrison comparison. Well done.
I hadn't thought of your idea that Jesus was trying to jolt people out of complacency or compliance with the system. That makes a lot of sense. (He was a left-wing revolutionary, after…"
"Blue Beetle #7 - Arion and Dr. Fate fight over the Scarab.The magic is gone, and so am I.Doom Patrol #5 - Let's see, Casey saves Danny and all the others at a great cost, and Larry is re-merged with the Negative spirit.This is...odd, and…"
"If you'll pardon a quibble, Western (Gold Key) held the Tarzan and Korak license/s before DC. Mark Evanier's account of the relationship between Dell and Western is here. Briefly, for a long period Western produced…"
Good lord, it's Thursday already! Time to pop out the Captain's Comments for March 22, 2017, while they're still timely! This week's offerings: • ACTION COMICS #976• ANNO DRACULA #1• ARCLIGHT• BLACK HAMMER #7• BLOODSHOT REBORN #0• BRUTAL NATURE: CONCRETE FURY #1• DETECTIVE COMICS #953• DOLLFACE #3• EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS' PELLUCIDAR: AT THE EARTH'S CORE• EMPOWERED: SOLDIER OF LOVE #2• THE FLASH #19• FUTURE QUEST #11• GHOSTBUSTERS 101 #1• HAL JORDAN AND THE GREEN LANTERN CORPS #17• HELENA CRASH…See More
"My wife and I both found it interesting. Some Bible stories only make sense if you understand the context, as they address laws or social mores that no longer exist. But some don't make sense no matter how I look at them, and it's…"
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.