"For those who don't know, S&K's last issue of Captain America Comics was #10. (They also did the Captain America stories in All Winners Comics #1 and #2.)
The artists who continued CA in this period imitated the S&K style.…"
"Francois Truffaut published a book-length interview with Hitchcock in which they talked about all his films. From memory, Hitchcock's final comment on Spellbound was it's just another manhunt story wrapped in…"
"I think, from the top, the metal frames of his glasses, the clip of his clip-on tie, a tie-clip, his watch, his belt-buckle, (right hand) his gun, (jacket pockets) his cigarette lighter (?), his keys, (left hand) his watch, his…"
"Iron Munro was created by Roy Thomas for Young All-Stars, which replaced All-Star Squadron post-Crisis. He was intended as a replacement for the Golden Age Superman, and was supposed to recall Hugo Danner from Philip Wylie's novel…"
"Barry Windsor Smith also started in that period at Marvel. Early fan-background writers include Roy Thomas and Gary Friedrich. Steve Skeates also started in the mid-60s. Mike Friedrich, Len Wein, Marv Wolfman and Gerry Conway started later in the…"
"Some of the featured movies were adapted to comics when they came out or were released in the US.
Looking over your list I noticed four which appeared as Dell Four Color issues: Hercules (#1006, art by John Buscema), Hercules Unchained (#1121, art…"
"Justice League of America: The Bronze Age Omnibus Vol. 3 HC
Justice League of America #147-#182
#147-#157 = the rest of the title's double-length period that started with #139
#147-#148 = a JLA/JSA crossover with the LSH; written by…"
"Lady Lytton in The Return of the Pink Panther was Catherine Schell. She appeared in a number of genre roles: she was the female lead in Moon Zero Two, one of the brainwashed women in On Her Majesty's Secret Service, the shape-shifter Maya…"
"The Pink Panther, the diamond, doesn't appear in A Shot in the Dark, but does actually return in The Return of the Pink Panther.
A Shot in the Dark was an adaptation of a play by Harry Kurnitz based on a French play by Marcel Achard.…"
"That last Presley film should be Change of Habit. It's about plainclothes nuns.
Charro happened to be on TV here yesterday. It's a so-so dramatic Western. Presley doesn't make much of his role, but that's partly the…"
"Ep. 2 was included in the Lost in Time collection, along with ep. 2 of The Abominable Snowman, and Ms Watling did commentary tracks for them.
Maxtible was played by Marius Goring. If you're a film buff, and don't know his name, you may…"
"The 1968 movie Luana was promoted in the US by art by Russ Manning and Frank Frazetta. Manning drew a short newspaper strip sequence selling the story of the film. Erbzine has a gallery of their art here.
The IMDB says the movie's original…"
Henry K has asked me to relay an invitation to you: I'd appreciate it if you could let Luke Blanchard, Phillip Portelli, and anyone else who posted in my "NEW GODS", "WESTERNS" and "BIBLE" threads know about my KIRBY LAND group.
After a Jack Kirby Fan Group forum was hijacked by an unscrupulous individual on Facebook, Henry began his own forum, titled "Kirbyland" where he, and like-minded individuals continue to promote their beliefs on Facebook.
He wanted you to know.
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