"In the "Gotham" series some of Batman's future foes are noticeably older than Bruce Wayne, or so I am told. Penguin and the Riddler, specifically.Considering that Two-Face was a DA with a solid reputation before ever becoming a…"
"I believe that it was Stan Lee who established that Thor can create rains by hitting the ground with the pommel of Mjolnir's handle twice in rapid succession, and stop them by doing the same thing four times instead of two.Later writers seem to…"
"There is a scene a few issues ago where Steve Rogers dreams of a notebook with the Carl Jung's definition of Animus written over it. The implication was quite clear, although I fully expect to this day that the original intent was to…"
"The genuine Yellow Claw turned up since that Steranko story with the robot.As a matter of fact, he made quite a few surprising appearances, fighting IIRC Captain America and the Falcon; the Mandarin; Shang Chi; the Avengers; Nova (Richard Rider);…"
"Some thoughts and examples about teams with more than five members.Cary Bates used to write many stories of superteams with six members or more (the JSA and later the JLA) by splitting the characters into their own chapters. That assured a…"
"Four, I just now fully realize, is also a strategic number for team sizes.Having a single protagonist offers certain storytelling possibilities. Having a duo, clearly, opens several more Mainly because that means that what is shown in…"
"I think that it is a function of the storytelling possibilities, as you consider at the last few lines, Captain.Much as Jimmy Olsen was created to be a frequent interlocutor of radio Superman, the four now classic roles in the late 1950s teams are…"
"Yes, early in Peter David's Aquaman run we saw what was widely assumed to be Garth's skeleton and then he vanished for a few issues, reappearing in the Tempest miniseries (where IIRC he spent a few years in the distant past being mentored…"
"The purple eyes came back in Aqualad's solo feature after the death of Aquababy, in Adventure Comics IIRC, not too far apart from the 1976-1978 issues of Teen Titans.There they were somehow linked to an Atlantean offshot called the Idylists,…"
"I don't know that I would call him a Bronze Age villain and not even his own either (having been sort of inherited from the Boy Commandos), but according to Batman #316 it would seem that one of the main members of Robin's Rogues Gallery…"
"Oh, The Raven. A logical enough name for this villain, yet he is so different from the Raven about two years in the future...Lori Elton used to be a big part of Robin's stories. But someone should ask what is it with her insistence…"
"Princess is in the latest season of TWD? That is welcome news to me. She appeared in the comics, but not nearly long enough.White armor was also featured quite visibly in the comics around the same time when she debuted. Of course,…"
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