Dave Palmer
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Dave Palmer replied to Steve W's discussion A Cut From a Cover
"Before I hit the road, I can sneak in one more.  Here is the third cut -- cover dated December 1964."
13 hours ago
Dave Palmer replied to Steve W's discussion A Cut From a Cover
"I thought Blondie might cause problems since that isn't a title one would normally associate with seahorses, but you guys came through with flying colors.  The movers come tomorrow, so I may be "off the grid" for a while. "
Tuesday
Dave Palmer replied to Steve W's discussion A Cover a Day
"In Love #1, September 1954.  The GCD tells us that Jack Kirby did the foreground figures and that John Prentice did the background."
Tuesday
Dave Palmer replied to Steve W's discussion A Cut From a Cover
"In a few days I'll be moving so I may disappear for a while while I get settled in, so I thought I'd post one more before then.  The time span is 1950-1967."
Monday
Dave Palmer replied to Steve W's discussion A Cut From a Cover
"Sports referees are sometimes called "zebras" because they wear striped shirts.  Covers with "referees" are also in short supply."
Monday
Dave Palmer replied to Steve W's discussion A Cut From a Cover
"I hope everyone enjoyed the "zebra" covers.  I had to lean heavily on the Golden Age.  There were a number from Jungle Comics and Jumbo Comics I could have used. Here are a few other covers I came across that were…"
Monday
Dave Palmer replied to Steve W's discussion A Cover a Day
"Ivanhoe (1963)"
Monday
Dave Palmer replied to Hoy Murphy's discussion Short and quirky posts
"Luke Blanchard mention that "Oksner was one of Curt Swan's best inkers. He and Murphy Anderson are my two favourites." I always liked the work of George Klein who unfortunately passed away in 1969.  He also did some excellent…"
Monday
Dave Palmer replied to Hoy Murphy's discussion Short and quirky posts
"In addition to Strange Sports Stories in 1973-1974, DC also published three issues of Champion Sports, #1 (October-November 1973), #2 (December 1973-January 1974), and #3 (February-March 1974).  Joe Simon was the editor and writer, and Jerry…"
Monday
Dave Palmer replied to Steve W's discussion A Cover a Day
"A different Invaders (The Invaders #2 1968)."
Saturday
Dave Palmer replied to Steve W's discussion A Cut From a Cover
"Richard, Hmmm, polka dots.  Just think what we could do with that theme. "The Amazing Adventure of the Zebra with Spots"  It's a cross-over between the two themes!  Today that would be a 12-issue maxi-series with…"
Saturday
Dave Palmer replied to Steve W's discussion A Cut From a Cover
"You guys are on a roll."
Jul 14
Dave Palmer replied to Steve W's discussion A Cover a Day
"The Incredible Mr. Limpet (1964) SPOILER ALERT From Wikipedia: "The story begins September 1941 just before the attack on Pearl harbor. Shy bookkeeper Henry Limpet loves fish with a passion. When his friend George Stickle enlists in the…"
Jul 14
Dave Palmer replied to Steve W's discussion A Cut From a Cover
"Here is a complement to the Heavy Metal cover that I used as a bonus (1985).  It is from 1995.  I didn't want to get too far out of the Silver Age."
Jul 14
Dave Palmer replied to Steve W's discussion A Cut From a Cover
"Let's see how this works.  From 1942-1960 with the a bonus from the 1980s.  The theme kind of disappears during the Silver Age.  As long as we don't get too distracted, the bonus should leave little doubt as to the theme --…"
Jul 13
Dave Palmer replied to Steve W's discussion A Cover a Day
"Here are a few panels I came across that give us the family trees of the Inferior Five. And here is Merryman's grandfather, Yellowjacket."
Jul 13

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