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Fraser Sherman replied to The Baron's discussion Movies I Have Seen Lately
"Despite Geoff Johns' best efforts to make Black Adam the Sinestro of Shazam-powered heroes (renegade anti-hero who Does What's Necessary) I've never cottoned to him. Fraser"
Dec 29, 2022
Fraser Sherman replied to Jeff of Earth-J's discussion The Silver Age of (Superhero) Comics
"You put that much better than I meant to. But that's why I hang around this place. Fraser"
Dec 27, 2022
Fraser Sherman replied to Jeff of Earth-J's discussion The Silver Age of (Superhero) Comics
"I've heard the same point made about the Silver-to-Bronze transition — the Silver Age ends with the Fourth World (or Commander Benson's 1968 cutoff for that matter) and the Bronze starts with the New X-Men, for example. Someone once…"
Dec 27, 2022
Fraser Sherman replied to Jeff of Earth-J's discussion The Silver Age of (Superhero) Comics
"That last point cuts both ways: horror, terror and weird were precisely what the critics were holding up as the worst of the worst. Of course it's entirely possible both reasons apply. I reread the JLA's debut recently as part of going…"
Dec 27, 2022
Fraser Sherman replied to Jeff of Earth-J's discussion The Silver Age of (Superhero) Comics
"I still think Flash succeeding, however, slowly, is enough of a game-changer to count. Without him, do we even get to B&B 28? And Showcase 4 isn't as clearly separate as (to use your example) early Swamp Thing from Vertigo.Yes, it was one…"
Dec 27, 2022
Fraser Sherman replied to The Baron's discussion Movies I Have Seen Lately
"I watched a new film called A Christmas Mystery and enjoyed it. Very Nancy Drew in having an  11-year-old girl track down her town's stolen McGuffin right before Christmas. Also very warm-hearted."
Dec 27, 2022
Fraser Sherman replied to The Baron's discussion Movies I Have Seen Lately
"Lots of Christmas stories could take place at other times — old mysteries would use Christmas as an excuse for the house party at the country mansion, snow cutting everyone off and One Of us Is A Killer. They're Christmas stories, which…"
Dec 27, 2022
Fraser Sherman replied to Commander Benson's discussion Deck Log Entry # 240 An Empty Chair
""He also learnt quickly that the rules were, indeed, the rules.  At that, his mother and I were a united front" You were way lucky. I've seen other blended families where it didn't go smoothly, though they worked it out…"
Nov 28, 2022
Fraser Sherman replied to Commander Benson's discussion Deck Log Entry # 239 Happy Thanksgiving 2022!
"And to you as well, Commander."
Nov 25, 2022
Fraser Sherman replied to Jeff of Earth-J's discussion Captain Britain
"I don't have the omnibus but the collections I have include everything but the Thorpe stuff, and end with Davis/Delano. It does not make me like Delano's writing any better than I did before reading them. My first encounter with Brian was…"
Oct 28, 2022
Fraser Sherman replied to The Baron's discussion Movies I Have Seen Lately
"Yeah, Rob Zombie is not the person I'd pick for that genre. Here Come the Munsters from the 1990s is probably my favorite of the various revival attempts."
Sep 29, 2022
Fraser Sherman commented on Commander Benson's blog post From the Archives: Deck Log Entry # 27 The Skipper Runs Aground
"You mention that captain is a relatively low rank in the Army, which other military guys I've known have said too. Which leads me to ask, was Captain America officially a military captain? I assume given the way he seems to get coopewration…"
Sep 25, 2022
Fraser Sherman replied to Commander Benson's discussion Deck Log Entry # 238 The Silver-Age Challenge---the Cape and Cowl Contest . . . Answers!
"Now I'm very curious about the one for 2023. But as always, this was fun to play in and fun to read the answers."
Jul 17, 2022
Fraser Sherman replied to Commander Benson's discussion Deck Log Entry # 237 The Silver-Age Challenge---the Cape and Cowl Contest
"The only time I've ever heard that term before the Commander's comment was when Travis Morgan tossed it at a Soviet plane dogfighting with him in this first story. So thanks for explaining it Richard."
Jul 16, 2022
Fraser Sherman commented on Commander Benson's blog post From the Archives: Deck Log Entry # 22 The New Look Batman---Back to Basics
"I just reread the first three Outsider stories. They came out in a six month period, then stopped for almost a year before the Blockbuster/Outsider story. This makes me wonder if Schwartz and Fox planned to wrap it up fairly soon but couldn't…"
Jul 12, 2022
Fraser Sherman replied to Commander Benson's discussion Deck Log Entry # 237 The Silver-Age Challenge---the Cape and Cowl Contest
"Oh, that wasn't a criticism. The fine details of the Silver Age are normal conversation here. But I also think there's something we're missing. The Commander doesn't do trick questions but he's come up with some cleverly…"
Jul 11, 2022

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