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From Slate: "How Does a Batman Comic Book Writer Work?"

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Zack Snyder's role in DC movies is diminished

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R.I.P. June Foray, 1917-2017

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ClarkKent_DC replied to Randy Jackson's discussion RIP Bernie Casey
"This hurts. Bernie Casey was one of the coolest dudes from the '70s. He did a lot of Blaxploitation flicks, like Cleopatra Jones, and was a tough guy in a lot of his movies, but he was versatile. I well remember Bernie Casey from Cornbread,…"
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ClarkKent_DC replied to The Baron's discussion The Timeline of "Possible" Characters - Part One
"I won't mention ER or CSI or Grey's Anatomy if you don't say anything about the Russian ... "
yesterday
ClarkKent_DC replied to Steve W's discussion Superman's birthday
"That was fascinating reading! Thanks for posting, Steve!"
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ClarkKent_DC replied to The Baron's discussion The Timeline of "Possible" Characters - Part One
"I don't know. Alexandra Borgia was the first assisstant D.A. killed in the line of duty on the show. Then there was Serena Southerlyn, introduced in 2001, who was fired at the end of the 2005 season. Famously, she asked, "Is it because…"
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ClarkKent_DC replied to The Baron's discussion The Timeline of "Possible" Characters - Part One
"I note you included Alexandra Borgia in "AD. 2005 Character Debuts." She was killed the next year -- she was kidnapped and stuffed in the trunk of a car, and asphixiated. "
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ClarkKent_DC replied to The Baron's discussion The Timeline of "Possible" Characters - Part One
"Richard Belzer's character Detective John Munch first appeared on Homicide: Life on the Street, and participated in all three of the crossovers that show had with original Law & Order. After Homicide was canceled, Belzer proposed that Munch…"
Wednesday
ClarkKent_DC replied to Captain Comics's discussion Peter Parker, Clark Kent question
"To help with the question(s) that launched this thread, I don't have much; admittedly, I haven't been reading a lot of Superman comics the past few years. But I do know where and when Lois outed Clark: in a Free Comic Book Day…"
Tuesday
ClarkKent_DC replied to Captain Comics's discussion Peter Parker, Clark Kent question
""Becoming" a sleazy tabloid? Wasn't the Daily Bugle already a tabloid? "
Tuesday
ClarkKent_DC replied to PowerBook Pete, the Mad Mod's discussion Anything, Everything, or Nothing At All
"You're right ... sort of. J.M. Barrie bequeathed the rights to Peter Pan works -- the play and the novel -- to The Great Ormond Street Hospital in London. There have been disputes over the character and story, with the novel believed to…"
Sep 13
ClarkKent_DC replied to PowerBook Pete, the Mad Mod's discussion Anything, Everything, or Nothing At All
"It's hard to know; it's not like viewers ever get to see more than one edit of a film in release. But there are lots of examples of different cuts of different films that may not have turned a movie from a clunker into a success, but at…"
Sep 13
ClarkKent_DC replied to Captain Comics's discussion 'The Orville' Season One
"I would gladly watch a TV version of Galaxy Quest, but I fear The Orville may have killed all chance of that happening. I'm no Seth MacFarlane fan, and I burned out on Star Trek a long while ago, so I had less-than-lukewarm interest in seeing…"
Sep 13
ClarkKent_DC replied to Wandering Sensei: Moderator Man's discussion What Comic Books Have You Read Today?
"Because one company appreciates and honors the man's accomplishments and legacy and the other was engaged in extensive litigation over the rights to his work for decades during his life and after his death that went all the way to the Supreme…"
Sep 12
ClarkKent_DC replied to The Baron's discussion Airplanes
"It's not like I fly all the time -- many of my "frequent" flyer accounts have expired from lack of use -- but I'm surprised someone reaches adulthood without having had occasion to fly. Once -- only once -- did I experience a…"
Sep 11
ClarkKent_DC replied to The Baron's discussion RIP Len Wein
"Right! Snoopy's novel!"
Sep 11
ClarkKent_DC replied to The Baron's discussion RIP Len Wein
"That was the first, last, and only story I've ever read featuring the Crimson Avenger, but it's stayed with me, too. "
Sep 11
ClarkKent_DC replied to The Baron's discussion Airplanes
""First" time? "
Sep 11
ClarkKent_DC replied to The Baron's discussion RIP Len Wein
"Ouch. Len Wein had his fingerprints on nearly everything from Marvel or DC through the Bronze Age. Just co-creating Swamp Thing gives him comics immortality, but to have that and Wolverine in his accomplishments is stunning. And then there's…"
Sep 10
ClarkKent_DC replied to Captain Comics's discussion Inhumans: What's important?
"I don't know. "Spider-Man" never bothered me because I never bought into the notion spiders are creepy; I don't find them any creepier than ants or bees.  As for "X-Men," it doesn't really mean…"
Sep 9
ClarkKent_DC replied to Captain Comics's discussion Inhumans: What's important?
"Not to mention: Isn't very name "Inhumans" kind of off-putting?"
Sep 9
ClarkKent_DC replied to Randy Jackson's discussion Randy Jackson reads the Golden Age Batman
"It seemed to me Bucky was an emancipated minor. Maybe not officially, but for all intents and purposes, he lived on his own.  "
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Ten years ago today ...

Posted on February 20, 2011 at 7:56pm 19 Comments

On this day 10 years ago, I was in an accident that totaled my car. I am grateful today for three things: 



That I was in the car by myself; I doubt a passenger would have survived.



That I walked away from it whole; save for some pain in my side that lasted about a week, I was and remain physically sound.



That God saw fit to spare me, that I may carry on in this world and be the husband, father and person He wants me to be.

 

I am also grateful to have…

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President Luthor (from the old board)

Posted on September 21, 2009 at 10:30am 9 Comments

From the old board, I launched the "President Luthor" thread with this post (July 21, 2003):





At my last visit to my friendly neighborhood comics shop, I say the President Luthor trade paperback. I haven't read the Superman titles for several years (heresy, I know), and the notion of Lex Luthor becoming President of the U.S. wasn't enough to entice me back.



It's a nifty idea, I'll admit ... but the time to do it was very shortly after the… Continue

Help Wanted at Marvel Entertainment

Posted on September 12, 2009 at 12:48am 9 Comments

For those who might be interested ... the Monster.com posting is here.





From: superspyro

Subject: [ACESjobs] Supervising Proofreader, Marvel

To: ACESjobs@yahoogroups.com

Date: Friday, September 11, 2009, 3:58 PM





Marvel Entertainment, Inc.



Summary: In addition to proofreading documents, the position is responsible for… Continue

Bugs Bunny, the greatest baseball player ever

Posted on August 18, 2009 at 2:49pm 3 Comments

I just ran across this sportswriter's analysis of "Baseball Bugs," the classic Looney Tunes short in which Bugs Bunny takes on the Gas House Gorillas all by himself -- starting in the fourth inning of a game in which the Gorillas are leading the Tea Totallers 54-0 -- and wins 96-95. It's funny because it's so, so serious ... "Bugs Bunny, Greatest Banned Player Ever"

Happy Birthday, Captain Comics!

Posted on August 12, 2009 at 11:37pm 8 Comments

Although it was yesterday Photobucket , I wish to offer a happy happy joy joy, to our fearless leader, Captain Comics!



I also put this on the old site because I don't know how to do the parade of smilies over here.



Three cheers!…





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Comment Wall (4 comments)

At 9:04am on January 4, 2010, Ana Canino-Fluit (Anacoqui- mod) said…
Did you guys make it home before we got the big dumping of snow?
At 9:42am on October 28, 2010, Cavaliere (moderator emeritus) said…
Happy birthday, CK!
At 12:21pm on April 7, 2017, JD DeLuzio said…

(Sorry. My original post had the wrong link

The church is Wesley-Knox United Church in London, Ontario. They drew a sizable crowd to Chaney's Phantom

I have some links below. You'd have to contact them for further information:

http://www.wesleyknox.com/images/W-K_Bulletin_Oct25.pdf

Best wishes.

At 12:24pm on April 7, 2017, JD DeLuzio said…

Another church with almost the same name  apparently did something similar in Cambridge, Ontario:

http://www.wesleyunited.ca/index.php/2-uncategorised/173-phantom-of-the-opera-1925-with-ian-sadler-organist

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