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A Brief History of American Comic Books

Started this discussion. Last reply by Luke Blanchard Nov 26, 2016. 5 Replies

A Story for Halloween 2016

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Horror Stories for Halloween 2016: Index

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Luke Blanchard replied to Luke Blanchard's discussion Golden Age and Transition Era Issue Reviews
"If you'd rather read the issues, they can be found Comic Book Plus, along with some of the "Indian Chief" issues of March of Comics. Indian Chief #33 conclusion spoiler warnings “White Eagle”: “The Earth…"
11 hours ago
Luke Blanchard replied to PowerBook Pete, the Mad Mod's discussion Anything, Everything, or Nothing At All
"Prince Valiant was a big hit in its day in newspapers. But it's hard to think of successful US comic book features with historical settings, outside certain genres. War Comics: Most war comics been set during WWII. One long-running one…"
13 hours ago
Emerkeith Davyjack replied to Luke Blanchard's discussion Golden Age and Transition Era Issue Reviews
"...Synopsise/spoil (with warnings) , please ?"
14 hours ago
Luke Blanchard replied to Luke Blanchard's discussion Golden Age and Transition Era Issue Reviews
"Indian Chief #4 (Dell, 1951) This issue has two stories, both drawn by Alberto Giolitti. Giolitti was from Italy. He did a lot of stories for the Western-produced Dell titles, and further work for Western after he went back to Italy and founded a…"
16 hours ago
Luke Blanchard replied to Luke Blanchard's discussion Golden Age and Transition Era Issue Reviews
"Indian Chief #33 (Dell, 1959) Counting The Chief #2 the ongoing Indian Chief title ran for 32 issues on a quarterly schedule, or eight years. For this issue only John Buscema drew both stories. The GCD credits him with both the pencils and inks,…"
16 hours ago
Luke Blanchard replied to Luke Blanchard's discussion Golden Age and Transition Era Issue Reviews
"Wikipedia's page on Gaylord Du Bois notes a feature I missed called "Young Hawk", which had a long run as the back-up feature in The Lone Ranger. According to the GCD it first appeared in New Funnies #65-#67 in 1942.(1) It also…"
16 hours ago
Luke Blanchard replied to Steve W's discussion A Cut From a Cover
"Cover 3 in Dave's set is ACG's Magic Agent #3. The cover is by Kurt Schaffenberger, but the interior art was by Paul Reinman, with Joe Sinnott ghost pencilling on one story, the GCD tells me."
20 hours ago
Luke Blanchard replied to Steve W's discussion A Cut From a Cover
"Dave Palmer said: Yes! The theme was "fantasy in the 1960s". The Dr Graves issue was too much of an outlier, for which I apologise."
20 hours ago
Luke Blanchard replied to Steve W's discussion A Cover a Day
21 hours ago
Luke Blanchard replied to Luke Blanchard's discussion Golden Age and Transition Era Issue Reviews
"Dell had three long-running titles with Indian stars in the 1950s. In the period Dell’s line was produced by Western, which also held the licenses the line used and apparently the copyright on the stories. Their arrangement ended in 1962.…"
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Luke Blanchard replied to Randy Jackson's discussion The Lazarus Pit
"When I read the original story I assumed the Pit only worked for Ra's. At that stage I think there was only one. In Kobra #7/DC Special Series #1 Kobra modified it so it would kill people and then restore them to life as his slaves. And he…"
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Luke Blanchard replied to Steve W's discussion A Cut From a Cover
"Here's some more I might've included but didn't come upon/think of:"
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Luke Blanchard replied to PowerBook Pete, the Mad Mod's discussion Anything, Everything, or Nothing At All
"People sometimes create counterfactual histories. I think all consideration of history involves counterfactuals. The issues include "Did this have to happen?" "What else could have happened?" "How crucial was this…"
Monday
Luke Blanchard replied to PowerBook Pete, the Mad Mod's discussion Anything, Everything, or Nothing At All
"Peter Parker attends a science exposition and is bitten by a radioactive spider. Shortly after he finds he has developed strange powers. Amazed, he reveals this to his aunt and uncle. What happens next? Perhaps: Aunt May suffers a heart attack and…"
Monday
Luke Blanchard replied to PowerBook Pete, the Mad Mod's discussion Anything, Everything, or Nothing At All
"What happens with lightning strikes an airplane?"
Monday
Luke Blanchard replied to Commander Benson's discussion Deck Log Entry #198 Kryptonite---a Glowing Reference (Part Three)
"The trick Superman uses to defeat Brainiac in the former story only makes sense if Superman's x-ray vision doesn't work continuously, and he was timing his spins to match the gaps between his x-ray pulses. Otherwise, he replaced…"
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Comment Wall (4 comments)

At 6:44am on June 27, 2009, Cavaliere (moderator emeritus) said…
Luke! Glad you made it to the new site, Legionnaire!
At 12:35am on March 8, 2010, Cavaliere (moderator emeritus) said…
Happy birthday, Luke.
At 10:11pm on March 8, 2011, Cavaliere (moderator emeritus) said…
Happy birthday, Luke.
At 12:28pm on March 18, 2014, Kirk G said…

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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