"Captain America #100 - "This Monster Unmasked!"Cover Date: April 1968Writer: Stan LeeArtist: Jack KirbyA number of Inuit have discovered a man inside a block of ice. The Sub-Mariner approaches, and drives the Inuit away, tossing the…"
"Super Sons #1 - Jon and Damien decide to investigate recent break-ins at Lexcorp.The concept of this book is sound. However, writing Damien can be really difficult. It's very easy to make him a smug, unlikable jerk, and much harder to make him…"
"Not only does Earth have six active Lanterns, but the first four all had the same phonology in their names:
Hal JOR dan
Guy GARD ner
John STEW art
Kyle RAY ner
I have no idea what that means, if anything. And they've abandoned the practice…"
"I think I raised the topic before, but why does Earth's sector have multiple active GLs* when all of the other sectors seem to have one at a time? Did any of the writers address this?
*all from a single planet"
"Currently Mogo is in the Oan solar system, taking the place of the planet Oa. And he's been "dead" before for an unspecified time. He's also shown up at various battles at various times. Whatever his home system is, he…"
"Since Mogo was introduced in a story titled "Mogo Doesn't Socialize", I'd think that he doesn't actually travel much, but whether that's because it's physically difficult for him or simply unnecessary is the…"
"I always assumed Mogo was a "rogue planet" in the sense that it was not in any star system. Apparently,
there have been exoplanets of this type found in our galaxy; per real hard science astrophysics…"
"Sheldon Moldoff was asked to draw a Hawkman solo comic but said it would have been too much work doing both that and the Hawkman story in Flash. Apparently they didn't have anyone else back then to help him on the title. Pity Joe Kubert…"
"Fred W. Hill said:
When Cap, Hulk & Subby were all set to get their own titles again, I wonder if Lee or Goodman even considered starting from where their previous eponymous mags had left off as I think DC did when the Flash and Green Lantern…"
"Tales of Suspense #99 - "The Man Who Lived Twice!"Cover Date: March 1968Writer: Stan LeeArtist: Jack KirbyCaptain America and the Black Panther climb out of the tiger trap, with T'Challa urging to defeat Baron Zemo before he can…"
"Tales of Suspense #99 was "published by" Vista Publications Inc
Captain America #100 was "published by" Leading Magazine Corp
I think they continued with the imaginative publishing company names until Martin Goodman sold the…"
"I had this comic when I was a kid, and it's one of the few things by Starlin that I've enjoyed over the years. What I particularly remember is Spider-Man's doubts about what he can do, but he does just fine. It was actually pretty…"