"As I suggested for our time scanning compatriot in 1957 if we looked at the comic books published in 1970 (pretty much just based on the covers since I referenced Mike's Amazing World, not so much the stories and art which had changed, and…"
"Here's a thought experiment. Let's imagine it's 1957 or so and you're in your lab and the time scanner is warming up. Let's take a look at what comic books there will be in, oh, 1970. That's pretty far…"
"It is a common mistake that both the Spider-Man and the GL/GA drug issues were published without Code approval. Green Lanterns #85 and #86 were Code approved.
Here is what Wikipedia has to say:
When Adams first drew the cover showing Speedy…"
"I think that the Fourth World as a revival of the Newsboy Legion gets overlooked because of all the new concepts Kirby introduced.
What then should be considered the last Silver Age revival? Johnny Peril (1968), Phantom Stranger (1969),…"
"When did the Silver age end? This is a whole lot fuzzier. Superheroes seem to be the key defining aspect of Ages. Marvel kept barreling right along out of the 1960s with only a hiccup here and there (e.g., cancellation of Dr.…"
"Of course, dating an Age only makes sense in hindsight. At the time a book comes out I think everyone's main concern is to produce something that sells. Ultimately, if Flash hadn't sold, we wouldn't be having this…"
"My top three are probably:
Astro City and Black Hammer (etc.) would round out my top "three." Unfortunately, I had let a bunch stack up and I misplaced those stacks during a recent…"
"Who would have been the next "revival" if Schwartz had kept going? As Mr. Age notes all of Julie Schwartz's superheroes were revivals. If I'm not mistaken they were all All American characters not DC, which…"
"Showcase #4 didn't kick off an instant resurgence of the superhero, but it has become the convention. It took a few years to build, and we did see subsequent nascent attempts by Archie (Fly, Private Strong), Charlton (Captain Atom), and…"
"Not that it changes Luke's point but the Ghost Rider comic in 1967 was the Western version, but there was certainly a "superhero" vibe--this wasn't just cattle drives and homesteading. The superhero/horror version…"
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