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Deck Log Entry # 219 So, You Want to Join the Mystery Analysts . . . .

You are looking at the meeting room of a unique and exclusive club, the Mystery Analysts of Gotham City, experts at the business of solving…

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2 Sep 20
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Deck Log Entry # 218 The Silver-Age Challenge---Marvel Edition III . . . Answers!

So, how did you do?   Actually, by my tally, you all---the four of you who participated:  Philip Portelli, Jeff of Earth-J, Fraser Sherman,…

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8 Sep 12
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Deck Log Entry # 217 The Silver-Age Challenge---Marvel Edition III

I wasn’t sure if I’d be able to come up with this year’s quiz in time for the summer.  Last year, I went with general Silver-Age DC questio…

Started by Commander Benson

10 Jul 14
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Deck Log Entry # 216 A Forgotten Gem: Justice League of America # 27 (May, 1964)---Part Two

Naturally, you might be asking:  “Why Justice League of America # 27?”  After all, there were more significant JLA stories published during…

Started by Commander Benson

40 Jul 8
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From the Archives: Deck Log Entry # 52 Timely Questions---Part Two

Over at Marvel, editor Stan Lee was, apparently, able to resist the temptation to use time-travel plots for stories.  At least, on a regula…

Started by Commander Benson

2 Jun 12
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From the Archives: Deck Log Entry # 51 Timely Questions---Part One

Time-travel stories have always been a tempting device for comics writers.  They broaden the vistas and allow fresh backdrops for adventure…

Started by Commander Benson

4 May 19
Reply by Fraser Sherman

Deck Log Entry # 215 A Forgotten Gem: Justice League of America # 27 (May, 1964)---Part One

“The ‘I’ Who Defeated the Justice League”   Editor:  Julius Schwartz   Writer:  Gardner Fox   Art:  Mike Sekowsky (pencils), Bernard Sachs…

Started by Commander Benson

7 Apr 4
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Deck Log Entry # 214 Lois Lane's Three Super-Cupids

Ask the question, “Who is Superman’s girl friend?”, and even those folks who’ve never seen a Superman movie or television show or comic boo…

Started by Commander Benson

5 Mar 4
Reply by Fraser Sherman

Deck Log Entry # 213 "Youthenising" the Kents

In the Superman mythos created by DC editor Mort Weisinger, “the adventures of Supeman when he was a boy” appearing in Superboy and Adventu…

Started by Commander Benson

20 Feb 17
Reply by Fraser Sherman

Deck Log Entry # 212 Merry Christmas 2018!

I have a particular group in mind for this year’s Christmas entry to my Deck Log.  Come to think of it, though, it’s probably a pretty larg…

Started by Commander Benson

4 Dec 25, 2018
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