Fraser Sherman
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  • Durham, NC
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Fraser Sherman replied to Jeff of Earth-J's discussion The Punisher - An Objective Look
"True. Of course in the early days even the Hulk wasn't the mountain of muscle he became later — he's clearly big and strong but he's usually within the limits of human physique."
Friday
Fraser Sherman replied to Captain Comics's discussion 'Batwoman' has arrived. She'll tell us who she is, while I'll tell you who she's not
"I'm enjoying the entire slate this season. I dropped Arrow last year, but this season is going out with a bang. Batwoman was a slow start but it's growing on me. Nancy Drew is holding me, certainly more than Riverdale did."
Tuesday
Fraser Sherman replied to Jeff of Earth-J's discussion The Punisher - An Objective Look
"Rereading the first post-Ditko issues in Spider-Man Epic, one thing that struck me was that Romita does a great job making Kingpin freakishly big — his cigarette holder looks like a toy in his hands. Does anyone know why the Romita/Lee team…"
Tuesday
Fraser Sherman replied to Jeff of Earth-J's discussion The Punisher - An Objective Look
"No, wasn't aware of the assistants. A fair point."
Tuesday
Fraser Sherman replied to Jeff of Earth-J's discussion The Punisher - An Objective Look
"I would definitely rate Andru above mere competence. Rereading Superman vs. Spider-Man I was struck by how much he took advantages of the expanded size of the tabloid (to give one example). Fraser"
Monday
Fraser Sherman replied to Jeff of Earth-J's discussion The Punisher - An Objective Look
"While I like Andru on lots of things, he's not my Spidey artist. I prefer Ditko to Romita, but no question Romita brought the sexy (a lot more besides that, of course). Fraser"
Monday
Fraser Sherman replied to Jeff of Earth-J's discussion The Punisher - An Objective Look
"Oh, the Hitman. Even back then, when I was hardly a critical reader, I wondered someone would call himself by a generic name like that. Punisher works for me as an occasional guest-star antihero. I have never gotten into him as one of the good…"
Nov 11
Fraser Sherman replied to John Dunbar's discussion Marvel and DC Golden, Silver, and Bronze Age collections
"I'm sure the price is more than I want to pay but yes, that does sound like a very cool offering."
Oct 24
Fraser Sherman replied to John Dunbar's discussion Marvel and DC Golden, Silver, and Bronze Age collections
"Thank you, that clarifies things. Fraser"
Oct 15
Fraser Sherman replied to John Dunbar's discussion Marvel and DC Golden, Silver, and Bronze Age collections
""As everyone must have heard me say a million times by now, one of my highest priorities is reading the Big 3 up to the point where I have read them comprehensively already, which is roughly 1958." Much the same with me, though I'm…"
Oct 15
Fraser Sherman replied to Commander Benson's discussion Deck Log Entry # 219 So, You Want to Join the Mystery Analysts . . . .
""Cutshaw was sent to prison after being exposed as a criminal by the efforts of Art Saddows and Martin Tellman, arrested by Commissioner Gordon, and prosecuted by District Attorney Danton. " Which reminds me of "The Round Robin Death…"
Sep 20
Fraser Sherman replied to Commander Benson's discussion Deck Log Entry # 218 The Silver-Age Challenge---Marvel Edition III . . . Answers!
"The 1980s Suicide Squad played fast and loose with the law too, having the federal government offering to commute what would have been state-level offenses in return for Task Force X service."
Sep 10
Fraser Sherman replied to Commander Benson's discussion Deck Log Entry # 218 The Silver-Age Challenge---Marvel Edition III . . . Answers!
"Yes, thanks. I know finding questions that aren't instantly answerable via google isn't easy. The work is appreciated. Fraser"
Aug 21
Fraser Sherman replied to Commander Benson's discussion Deck Log Entry # 218 The Silver-Age Challenge---Marvel Edition III . . . Answers!
"Interesting reading, as always. Particularly on #8 — I'd always vaguely assumed that once they took the pill, they shrunk to whatever size they focused on (not out of line with comic book science). I actually misunderstood #9, not…"
Aug 19
Fraser Sherman replied to John Dunbar's discussion Marvel and DC Golden, Silver, and Bronze Age collections
"Good news indeed!"
Aug 5
Fraser Sherman replied to John Dunbar's discussion Marvel and DC Golden, Silver, and Bronze Age collections
"I think the one I saw was color, or partly in color, but I don't trust my memory."
Aug 2

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