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ClarkKent_DC replied to Captain Comics's discussion The Captain Comics Guide to Who's Who in 'Spider-Man: Homecoming'
"Yeah, I couldn't swallow that either. As soon as the crack in the ferry's hull fell below the waterline, the whole thing should have sunk within moments."
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ClarkKent_DC replied to Captain Comics's discussion The Captain Comics Guide to Who's Who in 'Spider-Man: Homecoming'
"It's not an assumption that the movie Aunt May is Italian (as is Marisa Tomei) -- the guy who ran the neighborhood bodega said so when Peter stopped in for groceries. And she's not his mother's sister, but sister-in-law, so she…"
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ClarkKent_DC replied to Captain Comics's discussion The Captain Comics Guide to Who's Who in 'Spider-Man: Homecoming'
"I saw Spider-Man: Homecoming on Monday. My thoughts: Is that the old Spider-Man cartoon show theme in orchestral mode? Nice! "A Film by Peter Parker." Wha -- ? Oh, I see now. This is Peter Parker's video diary as he goes to fight in…"
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Richard Willis replied to ClarkKent_DC's discussion R.I.P. Sam Glanzman, 1924-2017
"A nice write-up."
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ClarkKent_DC replied to ClarkKent_DC's discussion R.I.P. Sam Glanzman, 1924-2017
"The obituary from The New York Times: "Sam Glanzman, Comic-Book Artist Inspired by His War Service, Dies at 92""
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ClarkKent_DC replied to ClarkKent_DC's discussion R.I.P. Martin Landau, of "Mission: Impossible," "Ed Wood" -- 1928-2017
"That movie was made at a time when being gay was freqently presented as subtext, not overtly."
Monday
Doctor Hmmm? replied to ClarkKent_DC's discussion R.I.P. Martin Landau, of "Mission: Impossible," "Ed Wood" -- 1928-2017
"I always figured that Moonbase Alpha was just an op for Rollin and Cinnamon that went really really sideways. So sorry to hear he passed. I always liked him, no matter how weak the material he had to work with."
Monday
Mark S. Ogilvie replied to ClarkKent_DC's discussion R.I.P. Martin Landau, of "Mission: Impossible," "Ed Wood" -- 1928-2017
"A week or so ago I saw him do a  cameo on Get Smart."
Monday
Jeff of Earth-J replied to ClarkKent_DC's discussion R.I.P. Martin Landau, of "Mission: Impossible," "Ed Wood" -- 1928-2017
"To many he was Rollin Hand, but to me he will always be Commander John Koenig."
Monday
The Baron replied to ClarkKent_DC's discussion R.I.P. Martin Landau, of "Mission: Impossible," "Ed Wood" -- 1928-2017
"Ah, shame."
Monday
Lee Semmens replied to ClarkKent_DC's discussion R.I.P. Martin Landau, of "Mission: Impossible," "Ed Wood" -- 1928-2017
"Landau, who shot to fame by playing a homosexual henchman in Alfred Hitchcock’s 1959 classic North by Northwest, I have seen the film several times, but I never got the impression he was supposed to be homosexual. Sometimes I think film…"
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Richard Willis replied to ClarkKent_DC's discussion R.I.P. Martin Landau, of "Mission: Impossible," "Ed Wood" -- 1928-2017
"IIRC, when he left Mission Impossible he was replaced by Leonard Nimoy."
Monday
Philip Portelli replied to ClarkKent_DC's discussion R.I.P. Martin Landau, of "Mission: Impossible," "Ed Wood" -- 1928-2017
"He elevated every project he was on! I watched Space: 1999 and Mission: Impossible every Saturday when I was growing up! And he was almost Spock!"
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Thomas Lupo replied to ClarkKent_DC's discussion R.I.P. Martin Landau, of "Mission: Impossible," "Ed Wood" -- 1928-2017
"Just a few months ago I watched both seasons of Space: 1999 for the first time and really enjoyed his character on the show. R.I.P. Fellow Brooklynite."
Monday
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R.I.P. Martin Landau, of "Mission: Impossible," "Ed Wood" -- 1928-2017

From The Hollywood Reporter: "Martin Landau, Oscar Winner for 'Ed Wood,' Dies at 89"Martin Landau, the all-purpose actor who showcased his versatility as a master of disguise on the Mission: Impossible TV series and as a broken-down Bela Lugosi in his Oscar-winning performance in Ed Wood, has died. He was 89.Landau, who shot to fame by playing a homosexual henchman in Alfred Hitchcock’s 1959…See More
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ClarkKent_DC replied to Dagwan's discussion What are you listening to RIGHT NOW?
"The Cars, "My Best Friend's Girl." Every time I hear this, I think, This is the perfect Archies song that The Archies didn't actually make. "
Jul 14
Richard Willis replied to ClarkKent_DC's discussion R.I.P. Sam Glanzman, 1924-2017
"I contribute as I can to Hero Initiative. Its mission is to help comic creators in financial need. I don't know if their pockets are deep enough to handle cancer treatments. https://www.heroinitiative.org/"
Jul 13
Rob Staeger (Grodd Mod) replied to ClarkKent_DC's discussion R.I.P. Sam Glanzman, 1924-2017
"And that's an excellent U.S.S. Stevens story DC has put online with their tribute to Sam. "
Jul 13
Rob Staeger (Grodd Mod) replied to ClarkKent_DC's discussion R.I.P. Sam Glanzman, 1924-2017
"I'd supported a Kickstarter reprinting one of his comics lately -- the Western horror Red Range, with Joe Landsdale. The book arrived last month, and it was vibrant and bloody and no-holds-barred -- so different from the work of his I was…"
Jul 13
Richard Willis replied to ClarkKent_DC's discussion R.I.P. Sam Glanzman, 1924-2017
"Mark Evanier on Sam Glanzman DC Remembers Sam Glanzman"
Jul 13

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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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