"The Grant Morrison "Seven Soldiers of Victory" series is rightfully famous for how interconnected the books are. While there were indeed seven separate solo series published between the back-end issues, concepts and characters bled all over the…"
"No, I don't think so. Dracula has fought Doctor Strange at least twice, as well as Thor, Scarlet Witch, Captain Marvel (Monica Rambeau) and several X-Men, but I don't think that he and Vision ever met. Vision is a difficult character to write…"
"Kind of odd how unceremoniously Shilo Norman was put aside. In any case, before the 2021 "Source of Freedom" series Jeff mentions above he did turn up again in 1990-1991 issues of the second "Mister Miracle" series by Doug Moench, and later as the…"
"That may (or may not) connect to later plots. There was a time when DC was publishing "Jack Kirby's Fourth World" when Scott ascended to the throne of New Genesis and insisted on asking Shazam whether he could get rid of his own godhood first. I…"
"IIRC Kurt Busiek once said that he used Supergirl in Justice League #231 (published just a month or two after the last issue of this series) mainly because he was short in options for guest stars, since so many were unavailable during the transition…"
"Yes, there was another Kryptonite Man in the Bronze Age, although most of his apparitions were as Kryptonite Kid (an enemy of Superboy). He is visually distinguishable for wearing a pink skullcap and slim sleeveless shirt both as Kid and Man.He…"
"Supergirl #20 is called a "parallel adventure" because it happens concurrently with Action Comics #555 and shares a few scenes with that issue.#21 will also connect to a Superman story of the same time period, but by following directly from the…"
"Rokyn is indeed where Zor-El and Allura live at this point and, in fact, where they remained for the whole remaining time of Earth-One continuity.It is a red-sun planet where the whole population of Argo City moved to after it was enlarged back to…"
"I don't really understand why, but Marvel seems to be into giving 1990s writers new limited series to insert new tales into their original runs. Ron Marz is now at his second such series (for Silver Surfer). Apparently that is what explains…"
"In these original stories it is unclear which beliefs, if any, Taj and his son and wife hold. They talk of Allah fairly often, but they do indeed use Christian iconography to ward off vampires and their general appearance has at least a few hints…"
"There are a couple of stories (Doctor Strange #13 (1990s series) and Bizarre Adventures #33), related to Dracula's predecessor Varnae, which reveal/establish/retcon that Vampires are immune to holy symbols from creeds that came after their time as…"
"According to some quick research, apparently Streaky was indeed dropped in two stages. First Linda gave him for the Danvers to take care of (Adventure Comics #406, May 1971) when she graduated and moved from Midvale to San Francisco, then it was…"