Richard Willis replied to Steve W's discussion A Cover a Day
"Fantastic Four #7"
57 minutes ago
Richard Willis replied to Steve W's discussion A Cover a Day
"Not sure about the WWII Axis,  but the U.S. was and is fond of writing slogans on bombs, artillery shells and tanks."
59 minutes ago
Richard Willis replied to The Baron's discussion Movies I Have Seen Lately
"Eye of the Devil (1966)
This is a very stylish take on the “crops are failing” trope. David Niven stars against type as the Marquis, the latest owner of the vineyard since at least the time of the Crusades. It has failed to produce grapes for…"
8 hours ago
Richard Willis replied to Captain Comics's discussion Peter David suffers series of strokes
"Today by Kathleen David, Beneficiary
What is going on.
Peter has hit a couple of goals and is now reaching for a few more.
My knee is knitting without surgery
Caroline has animation boot camp this week."
13 hours ago
Richard Willis replied to Steve W's discussion A Cover a Day
"I know it's July, not December, but this is Little Lulu #7."
yesterday
Richard Willis replied to Captain Comics's discussion Peter David suffers series of strokes
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yesterday
Richard Willis replied to Steve W's discussion A Cover a Day
"Action Comics #7. You'd think this is where Superman permanently takes over the covers. You'd be wrong."
Sunday
Richard Willis replied to Captain Comics's discussion Comics Guide for week of July 15, 2024
"I've been known to say that The Spirit without Will Eisner has no purpose."
Sunday
Richard Willis replied to Steve W's discussion A Cover a Day
"I couldn't find any comic covers for the canals of Venice, California, but here's a short video.
Venice Canals"
Saturday
Richard Willis replied to Alan M.'s discussion So, What Are You Reading These Days? (besides comics)
"I enjoyed the interview."
Saturday
Richard Willis replied to Steve W's discussion A Cover a Day
"The Monitor was so successful that they made many more of them (they were at Vicksburg). Eleven-inch guns . . .Wow! Everybody calls its opponent the Merimac (with several different spellings). That was the name of the derelict U.S. ship that the…"
Saturday
Richard Willis replied to Steve W's discussion A Cover a Day
""Going in the water" is not a popular thing to do."
Saturday
Richard Willis replied to Steve W's discussion A Cover a Day
"House of Secrets #7 (and in the water)"
Saturday
Richard Willis replied to Steve W's discussion A Cover a Day
"Many (most?) of us in the U.S. don’t know the origin on “Tippecanoe and Tyler, Too.” This was the winning slogan in the 1840 Presidential Election. The Governor of then-territory Indiana in 1811 and a general in the Army, William Henry Harrison led…"
Friday
Richard Willis replied to Steve W's discussion A Cover a Day
"Tales of Suspense #7. Not just a Man-Thing, but a Molten Man-Thing (and a deluded cop with a handgun)."
Friday
Richard Willis replied to Steve W's discussion A Cover a Day
"Captain Marvel #7"
Thursday
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