Dave Elyea
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Dave Elyea replied to Captain Comics's discussion Does anyone have James Bond DVDs or Blu-rays?
"I have that one too, but I bought it so long ago, I have no idea if the currently available versions on DVD or Blu-ray still include both pre-Craig versions of Casino Royale.  Personally, I thought they balanced each other out nicely, as one…"
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Dave Elyea replied to The Baron's discussion The List of 1,071 Super-Heroines
"How about these: One of my favorite one-shot heroines was Roberta the Girl Wonder from Star-Spangled Comics #103 from April 1950--Mary Wills, one of Dick Grayson's classmates, has a crush on Robin, and trains herself to become his female…"
Oct 20
Dave Elyea replied to The Baron's discussion The List of 1,006 Super-Heroines
"DC's Enchantress (June Moon) started out as a super-heroine in the Silver Age with a brief run in her own strip in one of their mystery titles.  When she finally reappeared in the Bronze Age in Superman Family, an attempt to increase her…"
Oct 9
Dave Elyea replied to The Baron's discussion The List of 644 Super-Heroines
"How about EC's Moon Girl (Claire Lune) & her sidekick Starlet (Selena Brown)?"
Oct 1
Dave Elyea replied to Jeff of Earth-J's discussion Fixed Points in Time
"Ok, I promise, this is the last time I beat this dead horse--in that Titans story, Speedy is specifically taking part in the opening ceremonies of the 1964 Tokyo Olympics. That would give us a specific date of October 10, 1964."
Oct 1
Dave Elyea replied to Jeff of Earth-J's discussion Fixed Points in Time
"Since the story specified the Tokyo Olympics (I don't recall that it actually said 1964 or if I just assumed it did), I believed it was more of a "fixed point" than the vague Olympic Games where DC heroes like Rita Farr from the Doom…"
Sep 30
Dave Elyea replied to Jeff of Earth-J's discussion Fixed Points in Time
"How about this one: in Teen Titans #4 (July-August 1966), we're shown a flashback to the team's adventure with Speedy set at the 1964 Tokyo Olympics.  While not exactly contemporary, it seems to me to be closer to a "fixed point…"
Sep 30
Dave Elyea replied to Randy Jackson's discussion List of Precognitive Superhumans
"Off the top of my head, Lilith/Omen from the Teen Titans (even tho she usually used clairvoyance & telepathy in most of the stories she appeared in) and Larry Trask, the son of Bollivar Trask, who was a mutant pre-cog--his father outfitted him…"
Aug 28
Dave Elyea replied to Randy Jackson's discussion The List of Superhuman Characters who Can Split into multiple versions of themselves or multiple physical people
"Speaking of Phantom Girl, in at least one continuity, her father turned out to be from Cargg, so she had triplication powers she wasn't aware of--this was used to "explain" that Phase from the L.E.G.I.O.N. was actually one of her…"
Aug 2
Dave Elyea replied to Randy Jackson's discussion Could members of the GLC make Kryptonite?
"I seem to recall an instance where Hal used his ring to emit kryptonite radiation, but Superman was able to block it by using the yellow emblem on his cape to cover up the ring.  If that happened, would all power ring created kryptonite be…"
Jul 24
Dave Elyea replied to The Baron's discussion How Many Super-Heroes Do You Think There Have Been in Total?
"To be fair (and I find Rovin's various Encyclopedias flawed), many of Dick Tracy & James Bond's foes are closer to "traditional" super-villains like Lex Luthor, Dr. Doom or Two-Face, than those heroes are to…"
Jul 19
Dave Elyea replied to The Baron's discussion The List of World War Two Era Super-Heroes
"I agree--Uncle Marvel totally earned his place at the table when he single handedly beat Black Adam.  While most of the comic relief characters were, to be kind, not so bright, Dudley's con-man skills were a useful addition to the Marvel…"
Jul 11
Dave Elyea replied to Randy Jackson's discussion Yet Another Superman Question
"I didn't mention Vol-Don because I wasn't sure if he would actually be Superman's look alike if he took off his glasses, or if, by some uncanny coincidence, he actually looked like the illusion of a more frail Clark that Superman…"
Jun 7
Dave Elyea replied to Randy Jackson's discussion Yet Another Superman Question
"If I recall correctly, Superman actually had three look alikes/"Identical Cousins" in Kandor: Don-El, the son of Jor-El's older brother Nim-El, Van-Zee (who I believe was descended from Jor-El's sister, whose name escapes me at…"
Jun 7
Dave Elyea replied to Jeff of Earth-J's discussion Captain Action
"Captain Action's power coins made a brief return to the DC Universe when they turned up in the hands of a Superman villain who went by the names "Superwoman" and "Obsession".  She first appeared as Dana Dearden in…"
Jun 3
Dave Elyea replied to The Baron's discussion How Old Would Comics Characters Be If They Aged Normally? (And What Would They Be Doing Now?)
"Actually, Rick Tyler was the only one of the "JSA brats" whose age made sense to me, as his parents didn't get engaged until Showcase #56 (May 1965), as opposed to most of the other JSAers, who'd been in commited relationships…"
May 23

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