"Dexter Myles is easy to explain. He is the curator of the Flash Museum, Wally was the president of a Flash fan club when he met his uncle. Odds are that Wally and Dexter go back a longer way than Wally and Barry do.The Titans are harder…"
"Wolfman did write such a history. I believe it was in 1989's Secret Origins Annual #3, which also reintroduced Bette Kane as Flamebird and Mal as Herald. IIRC it involved some trauma and ideological difference from the Titans…"
"I mentioned previously how much spotlight was given to Wally at this point in time, and how it oddly fell short of any appearances in Flash's own book.I had forgotten that they did meet in #44, and I did not know of this apperance.Between this…"
"Another question for everyone: do you know of any acknowledgement in the comics (outside of letter columns) that the Titans had disbanded after #43?#44 feels fairly ambiguous on the matter to me, and on second thought it is a bit over the…"
"To be fair, that is in no small measure due to Terry Austin's inks. Marshall Rogers is a very good penciler, but he had just found his stride at this point. His first few Detective Comics works (starting with #466) were competent,…"
"I'm not surprised that Donna has a magic lasso at this point in time, but that reminds me that Marv Wolfman and George Perez chose to point out that her lasso was not magical (anymore?) when they took over the character a couple of years…"
"The Titans West storyline was, far as I know, the first apperance of the idea of a superhero franchise ever.It was also a clear display of appreciation for DC's continuity and the variety of characters that it brings. Given that the…"
"I just checked, and it turns out that this time period put Wally in considerable spotlight. Roughly at the same time as issues #49 and #50 of this series, he was also featured in Secret Society of Supervillains, making the cover of #8 and…"
"If memory (of Wonder Woman #250) serves, it is a skill that pre-Crisis Amazons practice daily and is sometimes described as "riding the winds". I assume that there is a supernatural component to it, probably fueled by the Greek Gods…"
"According to Wonder Woman #250 (Dec 1978), Diana can fly, as can her fellow Amazon sisters. But she admits to not being particularly good at it since she tends to favor using her invisible plane, which I must assume is faster if nothing…"
"It is easy to overlook now how unusual an aggressive, combat-capable woman was in comics back in the 1970s. The general mindset at the time was at best divided on whether that would even be proper. In the real world, during the 1980s…"
"Written in a certain way, the Teen Titans can be an excellent tool for stories about the uncertainties of transitioning into adulthood. Robin, particularly, exists in a very interesting space where he both has to be like Batman and yet we all…"
"The timing is probably noteworthy as well. 1976-1978 is the same time period when DC revived the Metal Men and just before the DC Explosion and later Implosion.I get the sense that DC felt generally confident that it was worth giving some…"
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