"I don't think Mental Radio was ever defined, but I always loved the concept. If I were ever asked to write Wonder Woman comics, I'd include mental radio. I always assumed it was simply a magical way of sending specific thoughts to specific…"
"In the Golden Age, Wonder Woman could contact Paradise Island by mental radio. She contacted the Holliday Girls that way a few times, too. I don't know exactly what the "mental radio" was, or what limitations it had, any more than I…"
"That was part of the mind-blowing Sekowsky run, in which he took the concept of not following continuity if it hurt the story to its extreme. He did not feel bound by anything that went before.
A few issues later, in #400, he had the villain fly to…"
"It was one of the frequent editorial mistakes that cropped up in DC comics in the post-Silver Age, and particularly in the early '70's, when the Young Turk writers didn't bother to reference the old material because they…"
I just saw some scans from Adventure Comics #397, where Supergirl teams up with Wonder Woman. However, of interest is that a couple of times during the story, Supergirl uses super-telepathy to get information from people. Was this some power she had temporarily, or was it simple an editorial mistake?See More
"The problem with Eartha Kitt wasn't her acting or anything like that. It was the complete absence of any sexual tension between her and Batman. Her Catwoman might as well have been Mr. Freeze.
It's not her fault either. I'm sure…"
"No, the hyphen-less delineation became standard much sooner than that. In fact, it was on its way out by Detective Comics # 29 (Jul., 1939). Only the logos on the first and last panels of "The Batman Meets Doctor…"
"Detective Comics #32 - "Batman vs. the Vampire, Part 2!"Published: October 1939Writer: Gardner F. FoxArtist: Bob Kane & Sheldon MoldoffBatman tracks and then boards a horse-drawn carriage. He then tosses one of his gas-filled pellets…"
"There were two brothers in the neighborhood where I grew up who always had stacks of coverless comic books around their house courtesy of their father who owned a small grocery store. The younger brother was my best buddy and the older brother…"