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JUSTICE LEAGUE of AMERICA: The Detroit Era

Started this discussion. Last reply by Luke Blanchard on Friday. 109 Replies

Justice League of America Annual #2 (12/84)Writer - Gerry Conway Editor - Alan Gold Penciller - Chuck Patton Inker - Dave HuntCover Art – Chuck Patton & Dick Giordano…Continue

AMAZING SPIDER-MAN. “Once More With…”

Started this discussion. Last reply by Richard Willis on Friday. 1218 Replies

AMAZING SPIDER-MAN. “Once More With…”There are some interesting threads on this forum, already, covering issues of Marvel’s early series – ‘re-reading’’ of the Avengers and Journey into Mystery/Thor…Continue

AVENGERS. "And There Came ANOTHER Day..."

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jeff of Earth-J on Friday. 1894 Replies

AVENGERS. “And There Came Another Day…”There are some interesting threads on this forum, already covering issues of Marvel’s early series – ‘re-reading’’ of the Avengers and Journey into Mystery/Thor…Continue

Okay Axis Here We Come! The Complete Invaders!

Started this discussion. Last reply by Philip Portelli on Thursday. 1088 Replies

A ‘Giant-Size’ beginning, 41 regular issues ,one Annual, from the 1970s, a follow up 4-issue mini-series and some significant tales in Captain America and Namor before a mini revival in the new…Continue

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Richard Willis replied to Richard Mantle's discussion AMAZING SPIDER-MAN. “Once More With…”
"This early short Spidey story, which I believe was originally intended for Amazing Fantasy, shows the transitioning from the Atlas monster/twilight zone to full-blown Marvel superheroes.  They could have written the original story establishing…"
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Jeff of Earth-J replied to Richard Mantle's discussion AVENGERS. "And There Came ANOTHER Day..."
"It’s odd to re-read this issue today without thinking of global climate change. That’s not what it’s about, but I can see climate change inspiring such a story. Annnnd that’s it! We’re through the “Avengers’…"
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Jeff of Earth-J replied to Richard Mantle's discussion AMAZING SPIDER-MAN. “Once More With…”
"Regarding the Tinkerer, I acquired a reprint of Spider-Man #2 fairly early on, and he was the villain in a Hulk story when I was a kid in the ‘70s. I was actually surprised when I acquired Spider-Man #160, several years later as a backissue,…"
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Richard Willis replied to Richard Mantle's discussion AMAZING SPIDER-MAN. “Once More With…”
"Richard Mantle said: He manages to pole-vault away onto a Police car which chases the mobile which... disappears. Len Wein make at least two scripting boo-boos this issue. He refers to the police car as a “black-and-white” when we have…"
Friday
Luke Blanchard replied to Richard Mantle's discussion JUSTICE LEAGUE of AMERICA: The Detroit Era
"That was one of Conway's stories, of course, and developed the idea in DC Comics Presents #18. The two races have mixed, but how much homo magi inheritance we have varies, which is why some people are more magically gifted than others."
Friday
Luke Blanchard replied to Richard Mantle's discussion JUSTICE LEAGUE of AMERICA: The Detroit Era
"CoIE had a bit in #5 where the Anti-Monitor has Reddy captive, studies him, alters him, and sends him off to be a menace. He briefly causes havoc on Earth. The other heroes stop him, and he's left unconscious. #8 has a sequence set…"
Friday
Luke Blanchard replied to Richard Mantle's discussion JUSTICE LEAGUE of AMERICA: The Detroit Era
"CoIE had a bit early on where the Anti-Monitor catches Reddy, studies him, and alters him somehow."
Friday
Philip Portelli replied to Richard Mantle's discussion AMAZING SPIDER-MAN. “Once More With…”
"I feel that they just wanted to get rid of the Spider-Mobile for good. It was a silly attempt to give Spidey more merchandise to sell but Peter was no millionaire playboy! Where did he park it? How come no one saw him park it? How could he afford to…"
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Luke Blanchard replied to Richard Mantle's discussion AMAZING SPIDER-MAN. “Once More With…”
"My recollection is someone questioned in lettercol whether it made sense for Spidey to leave the Spider-Mobile suspended like that given that his webbing dissolves after an hour. The answer was he used a special webbing for the purpose."
Friday
Luke Blanchard replied to Richard Mantle's discussion JUSTICE LEAGUE of AMERICA: The Detroit Era
"Zatara was killed in Swamp Thing #50. Mike's Amazing World says it came out the same month as Justice League of America #252."
Friday
Fred W. Hill replied to Richard Mantle's discussion AVENGERS. "And There Came ANOTHER Day..."
"This is another of those issues I read once and then totally forgot, such that while I vaguely recall seeing the cover, I have no recollection at all of the contents.  It wasn't until Shooter took over again a few issues later that the…"
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Philip Portelli replied to Richard Mantle's discussion AVENGERS. "And There Came ANOTHER Day..."
"I'm sure that the people of Buenos Aires were glad that the Beast came to save them from a blizzard by doing flips and being witty! (Or NOT calling in Storm and the other X-Men to help!)"
Thursday
Richard Mantle replied to Wandering Sensei: Moderator Man's discussion What Comic Books Have You Read Today?
"Picking the first 6 issues up on Comixology  in a recent sale I've just read issues #1-#3 of the new 'The Green Lantern" and well, it's kind of okay but so far I'm not blown away by anything radical."
Thursday
Richard Mantle replied to Richard Mantle's discussion JUSTICE LEAGUE of AMERICA: The Detroit Era
"That fits with the credits as above."
Thursday
Richard Mantle replied to Richard Mantle's discussion AVENGERS. "And There Came ANOTHER Day..."
"Avengers #210 (08/81)Writer - Bill Mantlo Editor - Jim Salicrup Penciller - Gene Colan Inker - Dan GreenCover Art – Gene Colan & Dan Green    “You Don't Need the Weathermen to Know Which Way the Wind Blows!"…"
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Richard Willis replied to Richard Mantle's discussion JUSTICE LEAGUE of AMERICA: The Detroit Era
"GCD says that Luke McDonnell both penciled and inked the cover. It says that the story was penciled by McDonnell and inked by Bob Smith."
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Comment Wall (5 comments)

At 11:53am on June 22, 2013, Rob Staeger (Grodd Mod) said…

Welcome, Richard! We're glad you're here!

At 4:08pm on June 22, 2013, Figserello said…

Welcome, Richard! Feel free to add to any discussion, or start one of your own.

At 4:59pm on June 22, 2013, John Dunbar said…

Welcome!

At 3:47pm on June 30, 2013, Philip Portelli said…

Thank you for the kind words, Richard. They really made my day! I am very grateful for the amount of interests in my threads, though the success of the JLA/JSA ones are surely due to the affections we have to the subject not my meager commentary.

If you are interested, I have several sub headings: "I Was Wondering", "Silver Sightings" and "Fan of Bronze".

Great to have you here and thanks again!

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