"WWII from the POV of a tank crew strikes me as a good premise for a movie. I don't know having a ghost deliver cryptic warnings would make it better. Maybe one of the men could be a little odd. The audience would see he has visions of…"
"Thanks, Richard. I didn't know that about Indochina.
Anti-Japanese content was present in US comics before Pearl Harbor, but there's no anti-Japanese rhetoric from Chop-Chop in his debut story. He seems intended as a comic relief…"
"In the Silver Age "Combat Diary" back-up stories, set during WWII, appeared in Blackhawk from #196 to #226. They mostly appeared every second issue, alternating with the "Detached Service Diary" series. The period roughly…"
"Blackhawk was initially a Quarterly. The first issue went on sale in 1943, but there was then a hiatus, so only one issue appeared during the war. It was numbered #9, a continuation of the numbering of Uncle Sam Quarterly.
"Dave's cover is Judomaster #92. (In the 1960s Charlton still used the system of carrying an established title's numbering over to a new title. This was the fifth issue, counting the character's debut in Special War Series #4.)"
Henry K has asked me to relay an invitation to you: I'd appreciate it if you could let Luke Blanchard, Phillip Portelli, and anyone else who posted in my "NEW GODS", "WESTERNS" and "BIBLE" threads know about my KIRBY LAND group.
After a Jack Kirby Fan Group forum was hijacked by an unscrupulous individual on Facebook, Henry began his own forum, titled "Kirbyland" where he, and like-minded individuals continue to promote their beliefs on Facebook.
He wanted you to know.
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