"Yep, and particularly those lps the Kinks released between 1965 and 1971 -- Kontroversy, Face to Face, Something Else, Village Green Preservation Society, Arthur, Lola Vs. Powerman & the Money-go-round, and Muswell Hillbillies, are all…"
"As a senior in high school, class of 1980, I did a small poster for an art class, featuring my 6 favorite bands of that time, the Beatles, Rolling Stones, the Who, Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd ... and the Doors. Oh, I also liked CCR, the Jefferson…"
"My feelings are much the same, Randy. I got into the Beatles in a big way in the mid-70s (I was born in 1962, but don't recall being aware of them in the 1960s, maybe in part because my family moved to Japan a couple of months before I…"
"Seems like it was a rather haphazard means of disposing of Sharon Carter without much deep thought, although such tragedies do happen in the real world all to often. But then, it was yet another example of the "girlfriend in the…"
"I'd only ever read about Fleischer's Spectre stories, mainly in TCJ but also online, but from what I've seen, the Spectre had a perverse sense of "poetic justice" under Fleischer, revenge fantasies gone wild with a being of…"
"I do recall reading that unfavorable review although I hadn't previously heard of any connection between that and the lawsuit, but that theory certainly seems plausible. I admit that although some of the opinions expressed in TCJ could be…"
"Led me to diversify my comics collecting as well. As to the Fleischer controversy, I happened to miss the issue with that interview with Ellison, but I think Fleischer's lawsuit itself did a hell of a lot more damage to his reputation…"
"I read The Comics Journal regularly during the '80s and most of the 90s, at least while I could find it in comics stores or book stores. Anyhow, it seriously expanded my knowledge about comics and exposed me to a wide variety of opinions…"
"In the comics, Sharon Carter was Peggy's sister, as revealed in Captain America & the Falcon issue 162 which I purchased when it was new on the racks in 1973. Of course, back then it was stretching things too much for a character who…"
"I remember that cover to Thor #121 being advertised in many other titles in December 1973, and the next month it was Amazing Spider-Man #131, wherein Doc Ock & Aunt May almost tied the knot. Those two issues always remind me of the winter…"
"The Stern & Rogers run on Dr, Strange is a classic. Great writing and great art, with some humor as well as heart-wrenching moments, and bringing greater depth to the Master of the Mystic Arts as a flawed and vulnerable human being,…"
"Regarding that paycheck -- exactly how were Ben & Johnny in particular earning money? Were they both so independently wealthy when they got their super-powers that earning money wasn't a concern for them at all? Or, ahem, were they…"
"As a long-time comic who loved the Avengers most when Wanda & the Vision were part of the team back in the 1970s, and had stopped reading Avengers a bit before Byrne had the Vision dismantled, I thoroughly enjoyed WandaVision. Really…"
"Personally, I approved of the change, even if it only lasted for the period of the FF's dysfunctional era. Although I'd gotten a few late Kirby-era issues of the FF, my main collection didn't really begin until Roy took over…"
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