"I think that the beginning of the direct market plays into this. Camelot 3000 and other CCA-less titles started coming out. Most newsstands going away or at least dropping comics meant that the companies are preaching to the choir. Adults and kids…"
"I think one advantage of the timing of Showcase #4 and what followed was that it could bring in the long-time readers who remembered the Golden Age heroes as well as new readers who were outgrowing the Weisinger books. Julie also made it easy to…"
"I turned 12 in 1960, just in time for the debut to of the JLA. Then I started getting the other Schwartz titles. Also started with the Stan Lee books prior to FF. I then tapered off on the Superman/Batman books until Julie took them over."
"Luke Blanchard said:
That's when Krypto and Bat-Hound were introduced. DC seems to have regarded Superman and Batman as for younger readers at this point.
Except for the Julius Schwartz books, I think DC considered all their comics to be for…"
"Apparently music CDs don't sell well enough these days since most music is downloaded now.
TV Guide has been that size for years now. It is usually published every two weeks unless new and returning programs create more news. It is published by…"
"I just posted the cover of the Classics Illustrated adaptation of The Red Badge of Courage. Audie Murphy played the main character in the movie. I just saw him playing Jimmy Stewart's younger criminal brother in the movie Night Passage."
Hey Richard, if you've got the first Tales of Suspense Atlast Masterworks, with the corrected table of contents, how about photocopying it for me and mailing it to me? My copy reprints the table of contents for the first Tales to Astonish volume in error. I'd like a copy of the correct list (all of 3-4 pages, I would think) to fold and store with the volume.
If you do, could you mail it to: Kirk Groeneveld, 105 Second St., Athens, OH 45701