"Ok, here's what I've got--the series I'm thinking of was called Faze 1 Fazers, published by AC Comics in 1986. It was written & drawn by Vic Bridges, who certainly looked like the idea was "What if John Byrne decided to…"
"I think I know the one you mean--it was published by AC Comics, and one of the heroes could split off body parts like the 1960's Captain Marvel android that Carl Burgos created. Unfortunately, I can't think of the title at the…"
"When I thought Tyroc should have a more traditionally Legion-esque codename, I called him "Keening Kid". Without going all the way back thru this thread, I can't recall if I'd already mentioned my long-standing theory…"
"The fact is that heroes with swords only look cool when they're fighting opponents with swords--that's why the Swordsman vs. Valkyrie fight in the Avengers-Defenders War was a high point for both characters. As for the shield, the…"
"It could also be a factor that, while the "old school" networks have three hours of prime time to fill seven nights a week, the CW only has two hours of prime time to fill (the 10-11 o'clock spot is left to the local affiliates) five…"
"I'm pretty sure that they didn't get names until Simonson was writing them, altho that said, "Amora" sounds more like Stan Lee, if only because it's a Latin-based name applied to a supposedly Norse goddess, while…"
"Actually, Weisinger was quite prone to recycling storylines, plot points & moral dilemmas in his stories, as long as they were published roughly ten years apart, on the theory that anyone who read the first story would no longer be reading comic…"
"I was also puzzled by the complete lack of Zod in the Superman Encyclopedia, but upon reflection, it occurred to me that, until the first Richard Donner Superman movie, Zod had been a Superboy foe more than a Superman enemy, and the Adventures of…"
"Oops, I mistyped--it's Major Liberty, not Major Victory, and he and the Defender were reprinted in the first USA Comics Masterworks collection, along with heavy hitters like Roko the Amazing & Chauncey Throttlebottom: the Vagabond!"
"I really wish DC had (and still wish they would) reprinted entire Golden Age issues instead of just certain features--certainly, an All-American Comics Archives series starring Green Lantern would have been easier to sell than volumes devoted to…"
"I had no idea that the Harlequin had appeared in so many stories, or even that Molly had appeared in stories in which she never appeared in costume--it makes sense that Alan's secretary would be a consistent figure at least in the background of…"
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