"Aquaman is next seen in his four-issue 1986 limited series, very soon after Crisis or perhaps during its last few issues. That was when he briefly switched to a blue cammo costume that I for one liked.
It was a fine series, but it has only the most…"
"Lots of people died in Uncanny X-Men. Out of the top of my head, Blindfold, Wolfsbane, Sunspot, Multiple Man, IIRC Joseph as well. Magik, Strong Man, Havok, Chamber.
Banshee, I have read, returned in a... complicated form in later…"
"While this new continuity is complex and challenging, I get the sense that it is also considerably more welcoming for new readers than we have had in about a decade. We have just come back from Age of X-Man, which centers on a character named…"
"That may well be, at least for the moment. But who knows what that would mean in the long run?
On the other hand, I may be fearing lack of competition a bit too much. After all, these are creative goods, and there is an amount of inner…"
"A few minor observations.
Steel's costume changes significantly under the auspices of the repair mechs of Olanda and the Time Lord. There is a lot less detail and the pattern becomes simpler and very different from the original, although…"
"My first JLA issue (and to this day the only one). I liked Luke McDonnel's pencils in Iron Man (and later Suicide Squad) and I like them here.
The story is simplistic indeed, but it is a nice effort at a change of pace, a bit of character…"
"About describing Zatanna's powers as "elemental", here is a bit of clarification.Zatanna's powers were limited for a while, since JLA #191, so that she had to frame her magic effects in terms of the four classic elements. …"
"Mekanique does not appear in All-Star Squadron #50, but she does appear in #58-60, some eight months after this issue. After that she makes a few appearances in Young All-Stars, culminating in a two-parter that begins in Young All-Stars Annual…"
"Infinity Inc. put Roy Thomas' love for the JSA and for continuity to very good use. It also had a lot of surprising twists and turns.Come to think of it, it reminds me of how much I loved his Avengers back in the late 1960 and early 1970s."
"I understand that your collected editions do not include the letters pages. That is perhaps a misfortune, for they are often very revealing. To this day I remember that #245's included a letter praising the presence of Dale and Sue,…"
"While by this point much of Steel's backstory was being treated as mysterious, his grandfather's background is actually well established. Just not for readers that limit themselves to JLA.We will have it clarified a lot in #243-#244,…"
"I don't think he was, but I get the sense that he is the cinematic universe's answer to the first, post-Crossing, pre-Onslaught, Iron Lad.
The Young Avengers character is... not the same character. At all. There may be…"
"Aquaman's telepathy, far as I know, has consistently been depicted as biased towards fish. But there was a short time period when Peter David showcased that it could work on humans as well. Grant Morrison had Aquaman use it to…"
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