"Yes, it was John Byrne, in his 1990s Namor series.Were I an Atlantean, I would insist on not even having diplomatic relations with wherever Namor lived. Not necessarily due to disapproval, but out of simple self-preservation. It feels…"
"So they are moving away again from thinking of Namor as a X-Men character. I wonder what that will mean (or already meant?) for X-Men: Red.
For such an anti-social character, Namor is remarkably well connected, if unpredictable. …"
"That could be a nice storyline, but not in Batman's solo book (which will, after all, spotlight Batman).
A few characters, notably Nightwing, Killer Moth and Man-Bat, may well fail to exist in a timeline without Batman. Joker and Two-Face…"
"I just had to check the publishing dates, because the realization struck me that Mento resembles Professor X in a way that the Chief does not.
As it turns out, his debut has the same cover month as X-Men #8.
As for Rita, I seem to recall that there…"
"Marvel has a legitimate interest in keeping a recognizable high-profile female superhero.
Sales do not really have much to do with it, and probably never did. DC has a similar need and that did not stop Wonder Woman, which is a far better…"
"There is at least one (excellent) tabletop RPG that uses this as a cornerstone of its setting (which also involves literal Lovecraftian concepts)..It is such an exciting idea that it may well not need Nyarlathotep and company, though."
"In "Friends", Giovanni Ribisi played Phoebe's half-brother Frank Jr.
However, his first appearance in the series was as an unnamed passer-by that put a condon in Phoebe's coin jar when she was performing music in the…"
"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…"
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