Dave Elyea
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Dave Elyea replied to Hoy Murphy's discussion Three of a Kind
"Dr. Strange, Khan, & Sherlock have all been played by Benedict Cumberbatch?"
Apr 7
Dave Elyea replied to Hoy Murphy's discussion DC / Marvel Crossover - Bob Hope
"I've always thought that, while the Earth-2 Bob Hope most likely made movies with his usual (Earth-Prime) co-stars, the Earth-1 Bob's movies mostly co-starred actors exclusive to Earth-1.  Certainly, he must have made at least a few…"
Mar 29
Dave Elyea replied to Wandering Sensei: Moderator Man's discussion Amalgam Comics Reading Project
"Interestingly (or not), the Buddy on that cover was named "Buddy Baxter", while Patsy Walker's beau (until he grew up to be an abusive jerk, low-rent super-villain) was "Buzz Baxter"..."
Mar 15
Dave Elyea replied to Wandering Sensei: Moderator Man's discussion Amalgam Comics Reading Project
"In the interest of completeness, I did some digging, and the Daily Bugle's Lance Bannon was a photographer, and the Debbie who Dated was named Anderson, and like Patsy Walker, was a spunky redhead.  I'm sure in some universe, Debbie…"
Mar 14
Dave Elyea replied to Wandering Sensei: Moderator Man's discussion Amalgam Comics Reading Project
"Let's see--Marvel's Kyle was most likely Kyle Richmond aka Nighthawk, who at least started out as a Batman analog, so merging with Lucius Fox makes some sense. I think there used to be an obnoxious reporter named Lance at the Daily Bugle,…"
Mar 11
Dave Elyea replied to Commander Benson's discussion Deck Log Entry # 213 "Youthenising" the Kents
"This was exactly the story I had in mind when I used the phrase "may as well have been" the LSH instead of "assumed it must have been them" that made the difference.  The Legion "knew" that Superboy would survive,…"
Feb 17
Dave Elyea replied to Commander Benson's discussion Deck Log Entry # 213 "Youthenising" the Kents
"The big difference between, say Superboy "changing the past" by attempting to stop Lincoln's assassination, and some Legionnaire saving Superboy from one of Lex Luthor's cunning traps is that Superboy knows that history says…"
Feb 17
Dave Elyea replied to Commander Benson's discussion Deck Log Entry # 213 "Youthenising" the Kents
"But weren't most of the "Imaginary Stories" alternate timelines?  Mort wasn't afraid of those confusing young readers.  Of course, none of those stories were as potentially confusing as the matter of the Kents being…"
Feb 17
Dave Elyea replied to Commander Benson's discussion Deck Log Entry # 213 "Youthenising" the Kents
"That's exactly why that was the story that inspired my "new costume for Superboy" idea."
Feb 6
Dave Elyea replied to Commander Benson's discussion Deck Log Entry # 213 "Youthenising" the Kents
"Ok, I just remembered that I forgot that in the Silver Age, Kid Flash lived at home with his two living biological parents--they may not have known Wally was a super-hero the way the Kents knew about Superboy, but they were still the most…"
Feb 6
Dave Elyea replied to Commander Benson's discussion Deck Log Entry # 213 "Youthenising" the Kents
"You make excellent points, and I certainly shouldn't have gone with the young JLA encounters as my prime examples of Superboy's problem with tripping over the timeline, as Mort can't be held responsible for what Julie did with the…"
Feb 5
Dave Elyea replied to Commander Benson's discussion Deck Log Entry # 213 "Youthenising" the Kents
"What I could never understand about the "youthenising" concept was that, of all the things they could have done to shake up the Superboy series (not that there was much to be done with something that was innately prone to temporal…"
Feb 4
Dave Elyea replied to Captain Comics's discussion DC explains 'Beach Blanket Bad Guys Summer Special' #1
"I never understood why it wasn't a "futility belt"..."
Jul 27, 2018
Dave Elyea replied to PowerBook Pete, the Mad Mod's discussion Anything, Everything, or Nothing At All
"Clearly, they've seen the Impossibles cartoon as well as 8 Man."
Jun 29, 2018
Dave Elyea replied to PowerBook Pete, the Mad Mod's discussion Anything, Everything, or Nothing At All
"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…"
Jun 29, 2018
Dave Elyea replied to PowerBook Pete, the Mad Mod's discussion Anything, Everything, or Nothing At All
"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…"
Jun 29, 2018

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