"Ahh so sad to read this. Neal Adams was one of the greatest comic book artists ever. He is right up there with Kirby in terms of his influence on his peers and those that followed. He always seemed so energetic and youthful, I thought he would go on…"
"The Golden Age Hawkman story in Jules Feiffer's "The Great Comic Book Heroes" was drawn by Sheldon Moldoff. I was shocked at how different that art was compared to the Silver Age Batman stories he had done. Returning to your original…"
"My Dad always maintained a subscription to at least one of our local newspapers. It was a habit that greatly influenced me. One of the first things I did when I moved out on my own was to subscribe to a local newspaper. I continued to…"
"Another trip to the local cinema. This time to see Father Stu - a very moving story. As a Catholic, I appreciated the even handed portrayal of our faith which for a Hollywood film is rather unusual. It probably helped that Mark Wahlburg who starred…"
"I think their own cynicism has prevented many post Silver Age writers from developing good story lines for Superman. They simply cannot comprehend a character like the Man of Steel who is incredibly powerful but is decent, moral and completely…"
"Count me in for a Superman collection covering the mid-Sixties. Showcase Presents Superman volume 4 ends with Action #309 (cover dated Feb. 1964) and Superman #166 (Jan 1964). There are stories from 1964-66 that I still need to read."
"Thanks Trav, Your reading experience was similar to mine. When reading a book becomes a chore I throw in the towel and move on to something else.
I think the Lensman concept sounds a lot more intriguing than the actual stories. Like a lot of golden…"
"The Phantom Sunday strip collections have been published but getting a copy seems near impossible.A couple of volumes from the Sixties featuring Lee Falk art have been on my want list with My Comic Shop for many months."
"Hitchcock's 1955 version of The Man Who Knew Too Much. I would have sworn to having seen it before, but other than the climactic scene in Royal Albert Hall, I remembered nothing of the movie up to that point. I am now wondering if it was the…"
"Glad to hear all is well with you. Commander. I retired at the end of 2018 and I too have entertained thoughts of returning to the work force. You are fortunate to have found a job that sounds tailor made for you.
Your comment about having a work…"
"One of the best elements of Richard Matheson's I Am Legend is how he provides reasonably logical explanations for many of the tropes of vampire lore.
The Vincent Price Last Man On Earth is the only film adaption that comes close to capturing…"