"Yes, dealing with time travel and knowledge of facts regarding Mon-El was always a bit tricky.In this case, what you say made me think that once the Kents saw Mon-El in Smallville alongside Shadow Lass and Duo Damsel, you pretty much have to assume…"
"Another, pretty obscure example is Crime Buster, Chuck Chandler. He had a long and fairly strange career in Lev Gleason's "Boy Comics" book since 1942 up until 1956. At one point the CCA created the need for him to leave…"
"I must assume that it would severely limit the sort of subjects that he may write about.Politicians would stop speaking to him pretty fast. Or maybe they would be pressured into resuming speaking to him?He would however be in high demand for…"
"A fairly esoteric example is Linda Danvers as reimagined by Peter David.She had a difficult-to-describe link to Supergirl during the time when she was a synthetic being based on Lana Lang and created by the Pocket Universe's Lex Luthor. …"
"Okay, here is what I figured.
1. Who was the first non-charter member of the Legion of Substitute Heroes?
I will go with Star Boy. Dream Girl got him and herself to join the Substitute…"
"From a business perspective it probably makes sense to create and release a Snyder Cut to HBO Max. It is, after all, a comparatively low investment to acquire an item of what has suddenly become a scarce commodity and is definitely likely to…"
"This may well be the Tintin story that most references previous tales. The plot, too, is more ambitious than we have seen before from Herge.I have no issue with any depictions in the book, but I wonder if there was any real life inspiration for the…"
"I don't really know, but given that one of Mike Grell's stories made a point of pairing her with Shadow Lass, I suspect that darkness would be enough.Come to think of it, there isn't even night as such off-planet, where Lydda was…"
"One should certainly acknowledge that while Hergé showed an unconfortable affinity for racial stereotypes in his early books, he made a honest and largely successful effort at improving his awareness and sensitivity on those matters as time…"
"Hi, Emerkeith. You may be recalling "Prisoners of the Sun". It resolves the plot of the previous book, "The Seven Crystal Balls".
Tintin has appeared elsewhere, including in two mainly prose stories (with a few…"
"I for one did not read them in chronological order (the two "moon" books were my first, and quite good they were, too), but I would recommend trying the chronological sequence if you can.Or maybe you will want to begin with "Cigars of…"
"Two of the elements of the Tintin stories that I enjoy are the continuity and the gradual maturation of all elements - characterization, storytelling, drawing.
Both Congo and America have Hergé still finding his footing. We are a long…"
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