JD DeLuzio
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Superman & Lois

Started this discussion. Last reply by 1xxtglbeice6g Mar 7. 40 Replies

Who else watched the pilot?I liked its tributes to the history of the character, particularly in the opening, and I thought it balanced the real-world and TV-soap elements with the superheroics…Continue

Freeman Dyson, Rest in Peace

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Thinker, mathematician, and theoretical physicist Freeman Dyson has left the building. He was 96.Continue

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JD DeLuzio replied to Steve W's discussion A Cover a Day
"I don't actually know Tyrant. That's either one small tyrannosaurus or one honkin' big bird."
4 hours ago
JD DeLuzio replied to Steve W's discussion A Cover a Day
"Franken-time:"
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JD DeLuzio replied to Steve W's discussion A Cover a Day
Sunday
JD DeLuzio replied to Steve W's discussion A Cover a Day
"And for the 13th, Moon Girl and her red dinosaur: I'm surprised Marvel hasn't tried a product tie-in promo deal in here."
Sunday
JD DeLuzio replied to Steve W's discussion A Cover a Day
"Well, you've been warned. And you'd think I'd have learned by now not to post before finishing my coffee. I count at least two obvious errors in that post, though ones of grammar, I assure you, and not fact."
Saturday
JD DeLuzio replied to Steve W's discussion A Cover a Day
"Another egg cover: While I read comics, I generally stayed away from Harvey, reading only enough to know they had a bunch of kids with creepy Halloween identities (Casper, Hot Stuff, Wendy) and another bunch of kids with creepy obsessions (wealth,…"
Saturday
JD DeLuzio replied to Alan M.'s discussion So, What Are You Reading These Days? (besides comics)
"Rosemary's Baby adheres pretty closely to the source, though it does not show us the final, uh, issue. The novel, The Last Picture Show, includes a couple of plot developments that read more like some young guy's fantasy than anything that…"
Friday
JD DeLuzio replied to Alan M.'s discussion So, What Are You Reading These Days? (besides comics)
"Ah, but Bogdanovich knew what to leave out of the movie. Don't get me wrong, I love <i>The Last Picture Show</i>, but it's a novel by a young man and it shows. What am I reading, he asked, hypophoracally? Two local writers: I…"
Friday
JD DeLuzio replied to Steve W's discussion A Cover a Day
"A couple of Flintstones-- including a promo comic where they travel in time to the 1964 World's Fair which, of course, had an exhibit of dinosaurs, sponsored by Sinclair Oil:"
Friday
JD DeLuzio replied to Steve W's discussion A Cover a Day
"She-Hulk encounters a dinosaur and some familiar Stone Agers:"
Thursday
JD DeLuzio replied to Steve W's discussion A Cover a Day
"That time Thor rode in a time-machine from Earth's future and met the Time-Twisters:"
Jun 9
JD DeLuzio replied to Steve W's discussion A Cover a Day
"I found this online: a real-life Playmate faces a dinosaur in a haunted mansion. That qualifies for this month and two previous categories, as well as demonstrating how bat-guano crazy comics can be. It's as though the premise came from a game…"
Jun 8
JD DeLuzio replied to Steve W's discussion A Cover a Day
"Riverdale appears to have a long history with time-warping events, though I'm not entirely sure what Ronnie is walking on that second cover:"
Jun 7
JD DeLuzio replied to Steve W's discussion A Cover a Day
"This is awesome. A couple of teenagers (1) just happen to know an Einstein-haired scientist who (2) seemingly by working alone, has made a major breakthrough in the fields of physics and engineering while (3) working out of a chemistry lab. Happens…"
Jun 6
JD DeLuzio replied to Steve W's discussion A Cover a Day
"Don't Panic! This really is a sideways comic. I picked it up a few Free Comic Book Days ago, but never got around to reading the rest. Interesting concept though."
Jun 6
JD DeLuzio replied to The Baron's discussion Movies I Have Seen Lately
"The year 1958 saw the release of this flipsville tale of a stranger who shakes things up at a high school of hep-talking teens in a town with a hidden drug menace. We're not just talking reefer here, my cats and kittens, because that's…"
Jun 5

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At 10:06am on February 9, 2010, John Dunbar said…
Welcome to the Captain Comics Message Board, fellow Canadian! I would like to invite you to join the Green Lantern Group over in our Groups section, and any other Groups you may be interested in. You can go here:

http://captaincomics.ning.com/group/welcometotheglcorps
At 11:34am on June 10, 2012, The Baron said…

Hello! I hadn't relaized that you were the same person who had done the other timeline. That's cool.

At 5:18pm on June 16, 2012, Emerkeith Davyjack said…

Hi !!!!!!!!!!! :-)

At 11:15am on April 10, 2017, ClarkKent_DC said…

Thanks for the info about Phantom of the Opera. I'll propose this to our music minister and see what he says!

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