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Just released: HUGH MONN, PRIVATE DETECTIVE BOOK 3: FEMME FATALE

Started Jan 20, 2020 0 Replies

Hello Everyone.Hope this isn't too forward of me, but while there have been numerous short stories in recent years, I now have a new book release!HUGH MONN, PRIVATE DETECTIVE, BOOK 3: FEMME FATALE is…Continue

Tags: Houston, Jr, Lee, Fatale, Monn

Project Alpha (Book 2): Proving Ground Now Available

Started this discussion. Last reply by Captain Comics Dec 17, 2016. 1 Reply

Hope nobody minds a little self promotion.The second novel in my superhero series PROJECT ALPHA has just been released by Pro Se Press.In PROVING GROUND, Alpha is hoping to find someplace he can call…Continue

Tags: novel, Houston, Alpha

SINGULARITY: Rise of the Posthumans now available!

Started May 31, 2016 0 Replies

This is a project I've been waiting to brag about for almost two years now, an anthology…Continue

Tags: Magee, Houston, Fowler, Hansen, Wood

The Super Swingin' Hero 1968 Special is out there!

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ron M. Dec 25, 2015. 2 Replies

And now, here's something I hope you'll REALLY like!The Super Swingin' Hero 1968 Special has just been released for the Kindle by Mechanoid Press, with the print version soon to follow.This anthology…Continue

Tags: Roberts, Miller, Sterling, anthology, McCullar

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Lee Houston, Junior replied to Steve W's discussion A Cover a Day
"Been busy all week, but here's a couple of more Superman covers to enjoy, courtesy of the Grand Comics Database."
Sunday
Lee Houston, Junior replied to Steve W's discussion A Cover a Day
"I've been searching comic book adaptations of Douglas Adams' work with no luck. You'd think the ultimate question of life, the universe, and everything would be represented somewhere. Anyway, guess we just have to settle for a more…"
Jul 15
Lee Houston, Junior replied to Rob Staeger (Grodd Mod)'s discussion Trends in DC's Digital Reprints on Comixology
"There were two versions of the 100 page giant format. DC-# were the original, true 100 pages for 50 cents with no ads! The page count also included the inside and back covers, but bring back some fond memories. There were 19 in total, numbered DC-4…"
Jul 13
Lee Houston, Junior replied to Rob Staeger (Grodd Mod)'s discussion Trends in DC's Digital Reprints on Comixology
"I personally still feel like we (the readers) are being shortchanged by the online policies to some extent. After all, the Kindle versions to a lot of the early anthologies like Action and Detective only feature the lead story (Superman and Batman,…"
Jul 13
Lee Houston, Junior replied to Steve W's discussion A Cover a Day
"Okay, it's been more question marks than exclamation points so far, so let me change this with a couple of treasured classics from the early days of my comic book reading (and I do stress the R word) history... Images courtesy of the Grand…"
Jul 9
Lee Houston, Junior replied to Rob Staeger (Grodd Mod)'s discussion Trends in DC's Digital Reprints on Comixology
"Rob: I was referring to the 1960s title. Before recent additions, all Amazon ever had was issue 1 before a big jump into the 200s. Would love to catch this version on sale at a good price someday. And in all honesty, I'm personally not sure…"
Jul 8
Lee Houston, Junior replied to Steve W's discussion A Cover a Day
"Reasking the questions years after they were originally answered... The Hannigan-Janson cover's good, and Gil Kane always turned in great art, whatever the assignment. (Images courtesy of the Grand Comics Database.)"
Jul 8
Lee Houston, Junior replied to Rob Staeger (Grodd Mod)'s discussion Trends in DC's Digital Reprints on Comixology
"Rob: I think something is wrong with the Strange Adventures listings. While Amazon is finally gaining those specific issues (they never had #2 or 3 before now), they're $1.99, which is the standard back issue price. Were they supposed to be on…"
Jul 8
Lee Houston, Junior replied to Steve W's discussion A Cover a Day
"Not sure I'd believe the answer in light of how the answer is portrayed today, but still... "No Spoilers."—Professor River Song. (Image courtesy of the Grand Comics Database.)"
Jul 3
Lee Houston, Junior replied to Steve W's discussion A Cover a Day
"Okay. I've got more to keep me going for awhile. For example... (Image courtesy of the Grand Comics Database.)"
Jul 2
Lee Houston, Junior replied to Steve W's discussion A Cover a Day
"Well, Phillip posted two of my opening three before I could. Hey, it happens. I remember someone saying this month's theme might wind up being all Julius Schwartz era covers and I wanted to find other sources, like this third question mark from…"
Jul 1
Lee Houston, Junior replied to Steve W's discussion A Cover a Day
"OOPS! My bad. Sorry. I've only been participating in this thread for a couple of months now."
Jun 30
Lee Houston, Junior replied to Steve W's discussion A Cover a Day
Jun 30
Lee Houston, Junior replied to Steve W's discussion A Cover a Day
"These are the last of my dinosaurs for June. Not sure if the normal size exclaimation points count as transition covers as well but from what I've read of the stories online, John Ostrander's take on the Suicide Squad concept was a LOT…"
Jun 30
Lee Houston, Junior replied to Steve W's discussion A Cover a Day
"Considering DC's efforts in the Silver Age were sometimes a mixed bag at best, I'm surprised they kept trying this concept between The Brave and The Bold as well as the original Showcase. Were all the stories ever collected in a trade…"
Jun 28
Lee Houston, Junior replied to Steve W's discussion A Cover a Day
"I have no idea when The Honeymooners aspect entered the picture, but The Flintstones were originally also going to be entitled The Gladstones. There is even a test reel of the characters in action under that name but hasn't aired publicly since…"
Jun 27

Comment Wall (4 comments)

At 7:25pm on January 24, 2011, Philip Portelli said…
Welcome aboard from Starcommander1!
At 11:33am on January 25, 2011, Lee Houston, Junior said…

Thanks Star.

Still trying to get the hang of this new forum. But it's great to have somewhere to else to talk, even if F+W ever manages to get their act together with CBGXtra.

At 6:46pm on January 28, 2011, Emerkeith Davyjack said…

  Yaaaayyy !

At 1:29pm on March 5, 2011, Cavaliere (moderator emeritus) said…
Houston, we have a birthday. Happy birthday, Lee.

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