"I am no expert, but I feel that the simple number of titles offered on any given month is a major reason why comics have grown so expensive in a per-page basis. Stores, even specialty ones, will only deal with so many titles at any given…"
"That may have been canon for many years, but was overruled no later than as of Marvel Premiere #47 (cover date April 1979) when Scott Lang was shown to be capable of operating the shrinking gas just fine after stealing the equipment from Pym.
"Batman #400's climax involved Ra's decision to bathe into one of his Lazarus Pits (in Gotham, apparently) while still alive. One of his advisers was opposed to it, presumably because it was dangerous. Ra's himself felt…"
"@Ronald Morgan: Galactus had well over five heralds in all. Some of them were retconned into a time before the Silver Surfer.I take it that you have not learned of Morg, Tyrant, Red Shift, Fallen One, Stardust and Praeter?
And there is also…"
"The Surfer as a character has a lot of potential. But for quite some time now he has been portrayed in wildly inconsistente ways, going back to his own first issue.
Lee/Kirby Silver Surfer appeared (almost?) exclusively in "Fantastic…"
"Speaking of Double Take, they recently released most or all of their comics for public reading in their website. It takes a fair while of time and is... less than quite faithful to the source, shall we say.
Optimus Prime did in fact die…"
"During this time, Kirby was also writing and drawing Captain America. He introduced quite a lot of characters there but was not very interested in developing any (not even the protagonists).
Like this Black Panther run, it was very much a…"