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Clearing The Cupboards 9 - All That Was Old Is New Again

Posted on February 9, 2010 at 8:21am 2 Comments

Sorry – I’ve been away for a while as I wrestle with how to use a net window system that is danger of toppling over any minute. I love my job sometimes...…

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Clearing the Cupboards 8 - Never to be forgotten

Posted on October 27, 2009 at 7:55am 2 Comments

Every so often, the powers that be at DC comics decide to reshape their world in some sort of crisis – from Crisis on Infinite Earths, to the Infinite Crisis and the obvious Final Crisis. When this happens, to coin the vernacular, “Worlds Live!! Worlds Die!!” – But what happens to the characters that are left behind, and who decides their fate? Welcome to the… Continue

Clearing the Cupboards 7 - Leftovers Night

Posted on October 23, 2009 at 5:58am 7 Comments

When I last put a piece of text here, we left Captain Nathaniel Adam hovering over a devastated city in his world and wondering what was going on. In oh so many ways, there are a few of us who wish that had never ever being answered, because the answer was a series that certainly raised more questions than answers.



Battle For Bludhaven was one… Continue

Clearing The Cupboards 6 - Brave New World?

Posted on October 7, 2009 at 5:36am 2 Comments

As many of you may (or indeed should) have realised by now I’m a bit of an old fogey. No, not THAT Old Fogey, but a bit of a one. One sign of that is the love I have for the really silly comics put out by the likes of ACG and Charlton in the 60’s. My first introduction to those were in the wonderful digest sized Alan Class Comics reprint titles you used to get… Continue

Clearing the Cupboards 5 - The Amazonian Avenger

Posted on September 29, 2009 at 10:24am 1 Comment

These days, we probably have become enamoured of radical re-thinks of characters, of changes in their status quo which means they “never will be the same again.” Somehow, even the most fanatical comics fan becomes jaded when it happens, realising that sooner or later someone will press the reset button again.



It was a different world in 1968,… Continue

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At 10:00am on July 16, 2010, Cavaliere (moderator emeritus) said…
Happy birthday, Mike. I hope that you have a terrific day.
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Happy birthday, Mike!
 
 
 

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