Fred W. Hill
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Fred W. Hill replied to Captain Comics's discussion 'Falcon and Winter Soldier' episode 3: Just who are these guys, anyway?
"In the comics, Sharon Carter was Peggy's sister, as revealed in Captain America & the Falcon issue 162 which I purchased when it was new on the racks in 1973.  Of course, back then it was stretching things too much for a character who…"
Apr 22
Fred W. Hill replied to Jeff of Earth-J's discussion Post-Kirby Thor
"I remember that cover to Thor #121 being advertised in many other titles in December 1973, and the next month it was Amazing Spider-Man #131, wherein Doc Ock & Aunt May almost tied the knot.  Those two issues always remind me of the winter…"
Apr 9
Fred W. Hill replied to Jeff of Earth-J's discussion Post-Ditko Doctor Strange
"The Stern & Rogers run on Dr, Strange is a classic.  Great writing and great art, with some humor as well as heart-wrenching moments, and bringing greater depth to the Master of the Mystic Arts as a flawed and vulnerable human being,…"
Mar 21
Fred W. Hill replied to Jeff of Earth-J's discussion Post-Kirby Fantastic Four
"Regarding that paycheck -- exactly how were Ben & Johnny in particular earning money?  Were they both so independently wealthy when they got their super-powers that earning money wasn't a concern for them at all? Or, ahem, were they…"
Mar 19
Fred W. Hill replied to Captain Comics's discussion 'WandaVision' episode 9 left us with questions. We've got answers!
"As a long-time comic who loved the Avengers most when Wanda & the Vision were part of the team back in the 1970s, and had stopped reading Avengers a bit before Byrne had the Vision dismantled, I thoroughly enjoyed WandaVision.  Really…"
Mar 13
Fred W. Hill replied to Jeff of Earth-J's discussion Post-Kirby Fantastic Four
"Shhhhh!  Don't tell me very frail aunt!"
Mar 2
Fred W. Hill replied to Randy Jackson's discussion Randy Jackson Re-Reads Steve Gerber's Howard the Duck
"Are the comic strips available in any collection?"
Feb 24
Fred W. Hill replied to Jeff of Earth-J's discussion Post-Kirby Fantastic Four
"Personally, I approved of the change, even if it only lasted for the period of the FF's dysfunctional era.  Although I'd gotten a few late Kirby-era issues of the FF, my main collection didn't really begin until Roy took over…"
Feb 23
Fred W. Hill replied to Jeff of Earth-J's discussion Post-Kirby Fantastic Four
"Nor really my very first issue of the FF, but the first in my collection started after my family had moved from Long Beach, CA, to Salt Lake City, UT, during which my dad had thrown out all of the comics I had previously collected, which I remember…"
Feb 6
Fred W. Hill replied to Jeff of Earth-J's discussion Post-Kirby Fantastic Four
"Totally agree on the difference between this and the original Galactus trilogy, having first read both in the giant Treasury editions.  Kirby's Galactus also tended to appear more stoic, doing what he had to do, but not a raging…"
Feb 6
Fred W. Hill replied to Jeff of Earth-J's discussion Post-Kirby Fantastic Four
"Just for the record, based on anatomical features, the various species of cougars, aka mountain lions, pumas (they're all different names for the same species, although there are regional subspecies such as the Florida panther, which is really…"
Feb 6
Fred W. Hill replied to Jeff of Earth-J's discussion Post-Ditko Doctor Strange
"Brunner is a magnificent artist and his particular style was clearly more time-consuming than most. Pity that resulted in his run on the newly established title being rather short.  At least for the length of the run of this 2nd series of Dr.…"
Jan 24
Fred W. Hill replied to Jeff of Earth-J's discussion Captain America
"I think the point has to be held that just as Simon & KIrby created Captain America a year before the Pearl Harbor attack but over a year after Hitler launched the European side of WWII with his entirely unjustified attack on Poland because they…"
Jan 15
Fred W. Hill replied to Jeff of Earth-J's discussion Doctor Strange (solo)
"The first comic I ever purchased featuring Dr. Strange as a solo star was Marvel Premiere #10, and while I missed the next several issues, I loved it for both Englehart's writing and Brunner's stunning artwork.  "
Jan 14
Fred W. Hill replied to The Baron's discussion The Baron Watches "Gilligan's Island"
"First heard that mashup on the Dr. Demento Show in the late '70s."
Jan 12
Fred W. Hill replied to Captain Comics's discussion When Foursomes Were Fantastic
"Yep, the Avengers became a young team with issue #17, although Hawkeye in particular looked upon Cap as "ancient" since he had been born over 40 years earlier and was a veteran of a war that had ended 20 years earlier, although Cap had…"
Jan 4

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Spider-Man, Howard the Duck, Sandman, the Thing, Swamp Thing.

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