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The new DCU begins...NOW! (Warning! Spoilers will appear.)

Started this discussion. Last reply by Wandering Sensei: Moderator Man Dec 9, 2011. 176 Replies

Spider-Island

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TV ads for comics

Started this discussion. Last reply by Cavaliere (moderator emeritus) Jun 18, 2011. 11 Replies

 

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Mark Sullivan (Vertiginous Mod) replied to Cavaliere (moderator emeritus)'s discussion What are you watching right now?
"I recently watched both seasons of the series Lenny James created for the British TV company Sky Atlantic (maybe this should also go in the Fear The Walking Dead thread): Save Me and Save Me Too. He stars in it and wrote most of the episodes. Very…"
yesterday
Jeff of Earth-J replied to Cavaliere (moderator emeritus)'s discussion What are you watching right now?
""Tim Considine first became well-known playing the character Spin on Spin and Marty, a recurring series set on a ranch. Marty was an orphan and newcomer to the ranch and Spin was the experienced horseman. It was a series within the first…"
Saturday
ClarkKent_DC replied to Cavaliere (moderator emeritus)'s discussion What are you watching right now?
"The 1980s and after was the post-Crisis incarnation, promoted by John Byrne.  Clark Kent grew up on Earth and thought of himself as an Earthman. In Michael L. Fleischer's The Great Superman Book, there's a lengthy passage where…"
Saturday
ClarkKent_DC replied to Cavaliere (moderator emeritus)'s discussion What are you watching right now?
"I get what you're getting at, and I may have mischaracterized Maggin's depiction. What he was getting at was Kent presenting himself in such a way to the viewing audience that people wouldn't come to think of any similarities to…"
Saturday
JD DeLuzio replied to Cavaliere (moderator emeritus)'s discussion What are you watching right now?
"I haven't read it, but isn't it related to (though not at all the same as) the '78 movie? The film took its cue from most of Superman history up to that point, Silver Age but rooted in the Golden Age, when Kent took on a fictional…"
Saturday
Richard Willis replied to Cavaliere (moderator emeritus)'s discussion What are you watching right now?
"ClarkKent_DC said: In The Last Son of Krypton, the Superman movie tie-in novel by Elliot S. Maggin, there's a passage where Superman thinks to himself that he has to be a passable actor to play Clark Kent every night before a…"
Saturday
Richard Willis replied to Cavaliere (moderator emeritus)'s discussion What are you watching right now?
"Jeff of Earth-J said: …. "His name's not 'Spark,' it's 'Spock'." Many confused his name with the well-known author of Baby and Child Care, Dr Benjamin Spock and thought the Star Trek character was…"
Saturday
Jeff of Earth-J replied to Cavaliere (moderator emeritus)'s discussion What are you watching right now?
"Don't trouble yourself. I have the paperback (and Miracle Monday as well). "
Saturday
ClarkKent_DC replied to Cavaliere (moderator emeritus)'s discussion What are you watching right now?
"In The Last Son of Krypton, the Superman movie tie-in novel by Elliot S. Maggin, there's a passage where Superman thinks to himself that he has to be a passable actor to play Clark Kent every night before a large TV audience when he anchors…"
Saturday
Jeff of Earth-J replied to Cavaliere (moderator emeritus)'s discussion What are you watching right now?
"BONANZA: Not only is Bonanza a great source of "Hey, it's that guy!" actors, but there are also quite a few from Star Trek, including the guys who played: Mr. Bailey and Balok from "The Corbomite Maneuver"; Zepham Cochrane…"
Saturday
ClarkKent_DC replied to Cavaliere (moderator emeritus)'s discussion What are you watching right now?
"Right. The original title was You'll Never Get Rich, and was changed to The Phil Silvers Show (per Wiki, which has a screen grab of the title card). The syndicated rerun title was Sgt. Bilko."
Nov 12
Jeff of Earth-J replied to Cavaliere (moderator emeritus)'s discussion What are you watching right now?
"I used to watch The Lone Ranger every morning from 6:30-7:00 before school all throughout elementary school. By the time I got to junior high I was at the point that I could identify the entire plot of a given episode in just a few seconds. There…"
Nov 12
Richard Willis replied to Cavaliere (moderator emeritus)'s discussion What are you watching right now?
"I think that, for the most part, the new titles were used for the syndicated reruns. Probably a decision of the suits doing the syndicating. I can't be sure, but I suspect that the Bilko show changed titles during its original run. People who…"
Nov 12
PowerBook Pete, the Mad Mod replied to Cavaliere (moderator emeritus)'s discussion What are you watching right now?
"Lassie was called Timmy & Lassie when the Timmy episodes went into syndication."
Nov 12
ClarkKent_DC replied to Cavaliere (moderator emeritus)'s discussion What are you watching right now?
"There was a period when some shows were given new titles for their syndicated reruns. Some examples I remember: Bonanza was retitled Ponderosa Emergency! was called Emergency! One Dragnet was called Badge 714  Some others I've just…"
Nov 12
Jeff of Earth-J replied to Cavaliere (moderator emeritus)'s discussion What are you watching right now?
"Ah. At one point, I remember Bonanza reruns were syndicated as Ponderosa. "
Nov 12

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Cavaliere (moderator emeritus)'s News Posts

Cavalier's Notes: What Makes a Good Cover

Posted on January 31, 2011 at 5:05pm 11 Comments

COVER RULES

 

By Jeff Alan Polier

 

         A comicbook’s front cover is almost always going to be the first thing that a potential reader will see. As the saying goes, ever issue is somebody’s first. The cover needs to be the first step in convincing them that this issue, right here, is the one to buy. There are many of readers, especially these days, who are already buying and will be…

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New Comics for November 17th, 2010!

Posted on November 13, 2010 at 12:29pm 12 Comments

According to http://www.comixology.com




Aspen Comics »…

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My Letter to Joe Quesada - "Classified" Solicitations

Posted on February 3, 2010 at 11:21pm 18 Comments

I've complained about Marvel Previews having "Classified" solicitations in the past. For those who don't ever pick up a copy, it's when Marvel tells diddly squat about an upcoming comic instead of providing information that may actually inspire readers to buy the comics. In keeping with my New Year's resolution of 2009, I'm actually writing to Marvel instead of just complaining about it online. Here's the message that I'm sending Joe Quesada via MySpace.



Mr. Q.,

I'm…

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My First Issue of Superman

Posted on May 28, 2009 at 12:58am 5 Comments

(Originally presented October, 2007.)



My First Issue of Superman

Superman #261

February 1973




The first Superman story I ever read has the same cover date that I do: February, 1973. Of course, cover dates being what they were back then, that means the issue is actually two months older than I am. This was one of about 70 comics that were at my paternal grandparents’ house until grandma decided to send them… Continue

They took my wim-away!

Posted on May 27, 2009 at 5:34pm 4 Comments

"In the jungle, the mighty jungle

The lion sleeps tonight.

In the jungle, the quiet jungle

The lion sleeps tonight.



Wimoweh, wimoweh, wimoweh, wimoweh..."

The Lion Sleeps Tonight by The Tokens



I had my vasectomy this morning.



Or should that be vasectomies? After all, there are two tubes that they sever. Not just sever, either. Both vas deferens had a section taken out, the split ends were moved away from each other, and two of the open… Continue

Comment Wall (31 comments)

At 7:49am on June 10, 2009, Ana Canino-Fluit (Anacoqui- mod) said…
heh...well there are two Chris Fluits...I just can't keep up.
At 1:51pm on July 3, 2009, The Baron said…
HI!
At 11:16am on July 9, 2009, Wandering Sensei: Moderator Man said…
Thanks, Jeff! Hope you're having a great day too.
At 3:23pm on July 25, 2009, The Baron said…
Hi!
At 5:01pm on August 9, 2009, PowerBook Pete, the Mad Mod said…
Thanks, Jeff!
At 10:42am on October 9, 2009, Joan Carr said…
Thanks so much! I will refrain from disclosing how old I now am, but as my father always said, "It beats the alternative!"
At 11:54am on November 6, 2009, Howard Bagby said…
Thanks, Jeff.
At 1:09am on November 9, 2009, Brook said…
Thank you!
At 9:45am on November 23, 2009, Julian Gift said…
Dear cap. Thank you for the welcome back. It is good to be back as Loqacious Lad rides...again!!!
At 6:46am on November 28, 2009, Julian Gift said…
Thank you for accepting me as a friend to your website. It is good to be here.

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