"Of course I already own books that cover Steranko's entire run on Nick Fury and another that includes his X Men, Captain America and anthology stories but to have some of those in an oversize edition ..."
"Without Kirby it seems likely that Steve Ditko would have been Stans primary creative partner in the early Marvel years. Besides Spider Man and Dr Strange, Ditko may have been the co-plotter/artist on FF and Hulk. Don Heck would have handled Iron…"
"Your comment reminds me of The Lathe of Heaven by Ursula LeGuin where the protagonist had the ability to dream things into reality. When he dreamed of world peace, the result was an alien invasion of Earth."
"The DC editors method of cover first then create a story around it seems like a convoluted approach from the get go with the result being gimmicky/wacky stories. Great covers but major headaches for someone trying to write a sensible story. Another…"
"It is too bad Schwartz didn't do more with the Mystery Analysts as a club or individually. I was always pleasantly surprised when a Mystery Analysts Club story appeared in either Batman or Detective Comics. Those stories added depth to the…"
"Best of Bee Gees (Volume 2). This collection covers their early Seventies work. Other than the major hits Lonely Days, How Do You Mend A Broken Heart and Run To Me, I hadn't heard most of these songs before. Overall quite good."
"Looking forward to your comments. Jeff. I've read a lot of the Marvel monster stories over the years via reprints. In small doses, they can be quite entertaining. If nothing else, it is always fun to see the various Kirby and Ditko monstrous…"
"Yes, please! I'd love to share the ride. Being more visually oriented with photography and drawing, I have always had great admiration for those that can string words together well. I would enjoy reading about the process."