"A thought I'd had was Crackerjack from Astro City, but he accidentally outed himself and I don't think his neighbors knew until then.
Now that you've said something, there's a tickling feeling in the back of my head..."
"Blue Devil #15 - "Verner's Vanquisher!"Cover Date: August 1985Writer: Gary Cohn & Dan MishkinArtist: Alan KupperbergDan is awakened by his alarm clock and heads to the bathroom. However, he's unable to get in as Wayne beats…"
"Robert Kanigher took over the series with #25, an odd choice considering the new direction. Replacing one old-guard writer with another doesn't seem t be the way to rejuvenate a title like Teen Titans at the time, unless they really just wanted…"
Daredevil #22 - Daredevil testifies in court. Story by Charles Soule, art by Goran Sudzuka.Once again, this is the sort of thing I was hoping for when Charles Soule took over writing this title, and this delivers. Well done.Doctor Strange #22 - Doctor Strange teams with the Kingpin. Story by Dennis Hopeless, art by Niko Henrichon.It's a Secret Empire tie-in. Yawn. Anyway, it's actually not terrible. I still think Ben Urich seems way off model here.Peter Parker the Spectacular Spider-Man #1 -…See More
"I liked the Martian Manhunter one a lot. However, I felt like the guy who wrote the Legion comic had never read a Legion comic before in his life. It had some moments, but I think it missed the point."
Avengers #8 - After Avenger X takes down all of the Avengers save the Wasp, Doom shows up to help out. Story by Mark Waid, art by Jeremy Whitley.The art's better. However, this story just screamed "let's make the heroes act like idiots to further the plot" to me. Spider-Man is particularly idiotic here. I feel like Waid is better than this.Champions #9 - Viv meets a young hero in Los Angeles, and they have and adventure together. Story by Mark Waid, art by Humberto Ramos.This is pretty fun. Red…See More
"Came across something interesting recently.
Delicious in Dungeon follows a group of adventurers hoping to save one of their own. In order to save time and money, they decide to cook the monsters they encounter in the dungeon. There's probably…"
"Action Comics #7 - "Superman!"Published: December 1938Writer: Jerry SiegelArtist: Joe ShusterAt the Daily Star, one of Clark Kent's coworkers, Curly (an ancestor of Steve Lombard perhaps), is making fun of Kent's meekness. He…"
"Blue Devil #14 - "Too Many Devils!"Cover Date: July 1985Writer: Gary Cohn & Dan MishkinArtist: Alan KupperbergA figure in a devil costume is hopping around Hollywood while having an internal monologue about his brand. The figure…"