Luis Olavo de Moura Dantas
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Luis Olavo de Moura Dantas replied to Jeff of Earth-J's discussion Swamp Thing
"Jim Steranko comments on that in the first volume of his excellent History of Comics.  When the CCA was established, one of the results was apparently to avoid the use of the word "Flick" so that the wording would not run together."
2 hours ago
Luis Olavo de Moura Dantas replied to Jeff of Earth-J's discussion Swamp Thing
"Oh, so it is in #72 that Sunderland is revealed to be frozen?That turned up once in John Ostrander's Firestorm.  I don't think it was followed on, but I vividly remember that bit."
16 hours ago
Luis Olavo de Moura Dantas replied to Captain Comics's discussion 'Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness'
"Nice observations, Cap.The movie was exciting, and yes, being a full horror entry was nice as well.  Bruce Campbell's scenes were very well done too, particularly the second.I wonder what the third eye is supposed to mean exactly. …"
23 hours ago
Luis Olavo de Moura Dantas replied to Captain Comics's discussion 'Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness'
"Shuma-Gorath was named by Robert E. Howard, not Lovecraft.  Who knows whether there is even a clear holder of the rights these days."
23 hours ago
Luis Olavo de Moura Dantas liked Randy Jackson's discussion Ketchup/Catsup - Refrigerated or not
Saturday
Luis Olavo de Moura Dantas replied to Randy Jackson's discussion Could Superman in his first appearance (Action Comics #1) have defeated the Hulk in his first appearance (Incredible Hulk #1)
"Now that I am thinking of it, the two characters were far more similar in concept and behavior at first than I would expect or even want.  Even their modes of movement are unusual yet rather similar at this point, all things told. …"
Friday
Luis Olavo de Moura Dantas replied to Randy Jackson's discussion Superheroes Needing Training
"Indeed. Tobias Messenger himself debuted in 1962's Amazing Adult Fantasy #14, shortly before Spider-Man."
Thursday
Luis Olavo de Moura Dantas replied to Randy Jackson's discussion Superheroes Needing Training
"Fair point.I think that is implicit and goes with the territory.  On the other hand, I get the sense that you are seeking more clear stances. And considering that Toro was already a circus fire eater before Torch even met him, that is not a…"
Thursday
Luis Olavo de Moura Dantas replied to Randy Jackson's discussion Superheroes Needing Training
"The Legion has an academy - and, more to the point, it and Superboy largely trained each other from the very earliest appearances of the team back in 1958.  The sense of ongoing comraderie was a new element to Superboy stories and I would guess…"
Thursday
Luis Olavo de Moura Dantas replied to The Baron's discussion Silver Age Lana Lang's Little Brothers
"I wonder how many alternate Earths will be involved."
Jun 22
Luis Olavo de Moura Dantas replied to Jeff of Earth-J's discussion Swamp Thing
"It was a bit of a surprise that Swamp Thing killed those enemies of his outright, and so brutally at that.But it makes a lot of sense, particularly when the link to #20's story is so explicit.  Until Moore came in most Swamp Thing stories…"
Jun 20
Luis Olavo de Moura Dantas replied to Jeff of Earth-J's discussion Swamp Thing
"This entity of #60 sort of appears again in about six years time. But not in Swamp Thing stories."
Jun 15
Luis Olavo de Moura Dantas replied to Jeff of Earth-J's discussion Swamp Thing
"Sorry, I think I caused a misunderstanding.That Adam Strange series was published at the same time as Swamp Thing #93-95, but has no links to it besides following from previous continuity established in these past issues."
Jun 14
Luis Olavo de Moura Dantas replied to Jeff of Earth-J's discussion Swamp Thing
"There was a three-issue Adam Strange series published in 1990 (by Richard Bruning and Andy Kubert), roughly at the same time as issues #93-95 of this Swamp Thing series.I don't think that it was ever in continuity, but it follows from the…"
Jun 12
Luis Olavo de Moura Dantas replied to Philip Portelli's discussion Was BATMAN: THE KILLING JOKE ever meant to be an Elseworlds?
"To be fair, there are advantages to being continuity-fluid.My first issue of All-Star Squadron was #53.  A Crisis tie-in.  That happened to have Superman and Mister Mind on the cover (both characters that one could reasonably expect to…"
Jun 9
Luis Olavo de Moura Dantas replied to Philip Portelli's discussion Was BATMAN: THE KILLING JOKE ever meant to be an Elseworlds?
"To be fair, there are advantages to being continuity-fluid.My first issue of All-Star Squadron was #53.  A Crisis tie-in.  That happened to have Superman and Mister Mind on the cover (both characters that one could reasonably expect to…"
Jun 9

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