Randy Jackson
  • 52, Male
  • Chicago, IL
  • United States
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Randy Jackson replied to Randy Jackson's discussion Randy Jackson reads the Golden Age Wonder Woman
"I'm guessing I've read some of Perez's run, although I couldn't say for sure. That being said, I'd have to guess he wrote the character exactly the same as every other creator since the mid-1970's--humorless and…"
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John Dunbar replied to Randy Jackson's discussion Randy Jackson reads the Golden Age Wonder Woman
"Sadly, I don't have anything to read along with.  The WW Golden Age TPB that came out recently is on my want list though.  Thanks for starting this thread Randy, this story sounds like fun. A couple of questions if I may:- Why did you…"
18 hours ago
Randy Jackson replied to Randy Jackson's discussion Randy Jackson reads Vida Loca: The Death of Speedy Ortiz from Love and Rockets (Not Child Friendly)
"Love and Rockets #21 - "Vida Loca: The Death Of Speedy Ortiz Part 1" Published: May 1987 Writer: Jaime Hernandez Artist: Jaime Hernandez   As we open, we see Eulalio "Speedy" Ortiz asking Maggie Chascarillo when her sister…"
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Luke Blanchard replied to Randy Jackson's discussion Randy Jackson reads the Golden Age Wonder Woman
"The GCD notes the cover's WW figure was taken from the splash panel of the preview WW story in All-Star Comics #8. It attributes the rest of the cover to Jon Blummer, whose work has long reminded me of Peter's early style. Marston…"
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Randy Jackson replied to Randy Jackson's discussion Randy Jackson reads the Golden Age Wonder Woman
"Sensation Comics #1 - "Wonder Woman Arrives in Man's World" Published: January 1942 Writer: William Moulton Marston (as Charles Moulton) Artist: Harry G. Peter   Diana flies Steve back to the USA in her invisible plane. She…"
Friday
Dave Palmer replied to Randy Jackson's discussion Villains that stayed reformed
"Fin Fang Foom?"
Thursday
Luke Blanchard replied to Randy Jackson's discussion Villains that stayed reformed
"The Vision is another character who switched sides in the course of his debut story. Wikipedia tells me Stunt-Master (George Smith) returned to criminality in the Feb. 2015 issue of Daredevil; but his reformation held a long time. Gregory Reed, a…"
Thursday
Randy Jackson replied to The Baron's discussion I've Figured Out Who "Voyager" Is!
"It's an interesting premise. I wonder what they have in store for us."
Thursday
Captain Comics replied to Randy Jackson's discussion Villains that stayed reformed
"You're always welcome, and we're easy to find. Go west until you hit a really big river, and take a left."
Thursday
The Baron replied to Randy Jackson's discussion Villains that stayed reformed
"I'd like to visit Memphis properly, some day."
Thursday
Captain Comics replied to Randy Jackson's discussion Villains that stayed reformed
"We have a aquarium/pet store in town named Memfish. Obviously wrestling fans. "
Thursday
Luke Blanchard replied to Randy Jackson's discussion Villains that stayed reformed
"One of the cast-members of John Gallagher's Buzzboy was Doc Cyber, a former supervillain who had become a chef. In All-Star Squadron Amazing-Man was introduced working for the Ultra-Humanite. Tsunami from All-Star Squadron and Young All Stars…"
Thursday
The Baron replied to Randy Jackson's discussion Villains that stayed reformed
"Namor's like Ric Flair. Even when he's a face, he's a heel."
Thursday
Randy Jackson replied to Randy Jackson's discussion Villains that stayed reformed
"I'd have to disagree about Namor. Yes, sometimes he's been the antagonist, and sometimes he's been a good guy, but he flip-flops so much I'd be hard-pressed to say he's stayed reformed."
Thursday
Luke Blanchard replied to Randy Jackson's discussion Villains that stayed reformed
"Black Barney in Buck Rogers Prince Barin and Princess Aura in Flash Gordon Lille DeVrille in Jungle Jim the Prowler (Hobie Brown) Sunfire Leap-Frog (Vincent Patilio) Menthor from T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents Black Phantom from Tim Holt/Red Mask The…"
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At 1:25pm on March 28, 2010, Cavaliere (moderator emeritus) said…
Happy birthday, Randy!
At 10:52am on November 19, 2017, Olivier Marti said…
Hello Mr. Jackson. You offer an interesting idea of "the four just men" as maybe-inspiration of the Joker's crimes in Batman #1. So, what do you think, where does that pirating-radio-to-send-threat-idea in 1940 comes from? Thank you very much

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