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Silver and Bronze Quiz! FOES OF THE JLA, part three

Started this discussion. Last reply by Commander Benson Dec 13, 2019. 23 Replies

Silver and Bronze Quiz! FOES OF THE JLA, part two

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Silver and Bronze Quiz! FOES OF THE JLA, part one

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Luke Blanchard replied to PowerBook Pete, the Mad Mod's discussion Anything, Everything, or Nothing At All
"I’ve been reading Black Magic v.4 #4 (=#28) (Prize, 1954). This was a horror title produced by Simon and Kirby. The indicia title was Black Magic Magazine. Here’s “Buried Alive!”, drawn by Steve Ditko:   It’s…"
16 hours ago
Luke Blanchard replied to PowerBook Pete, the Mad Mod's discussion Anything, Everything, or Nothing At All
17 hours ago
Luke Blanchard replied to Richard Mantle's discussion AMAZING SPIDER-MAN. “Once More With…”
"The cold affects Stegron so badly because he's cold-blooded. According to Supermegamonkey's review, a reader complemented Wein over this, and the reply said the issue had been debated at Marvel. Wikipedia indicates the issue…"
Tuesday
Luke Blanchard replied to Rob Staeger (Grodd Mod)'s discussion Trends in DC's Digital Reprints on Comixology
"1.“Atlas” is a barbarian comic with a super-strong hero: Conan crossed with a Steve Reeves Hercules movie.   The text page indicates Kirby intended the series to also involve aliens mistaken for gods. The page isn’t in…"
Tuesday
Luke Blanchard replied to PowerBook Pete, the Mad Mod's discussion Anything, Everything, or Nothing At All
"Re the "Sorry, Wrong Planet" image (p.340): I've just run into the answer by accident. It's from "The Census Taker", Mystery Tales #26  (Marvel, 1955). Art by Mort Lawrence. I was convinced it was Ditko."
Feb 14
Luke Blanchard replied to Randy Jackson's discussion Unable to start a new thread
"I just added one."
Feb 13
Luke Blanchard replied to Steve W's discussion A Cover a Day
"That last Buffy cover's a homage, to the cover of Action Comics #568."
Feb 12
Luke Blanchard replied to PowerBook Pete, the Mad Mod's discussion Anything, Everything, or Nothing At All
"A Jack Kirby panel and a Gray Morrow cover, at Martin O'Hearn's blog."
Feb 11
Luke Blanchard replied to PowerBook Pete, the Mad Mod's discussion Anything, Everything, or Nothing At All
"From "The Man Who Could See Tomorrow", Unusual Tales #7."
Feb 11
Luke Blanchard replied to Steve W's discussion Comical Comic Cuts
"The "Callen" cartoons pp.1, 5 are by Kerry Callen. His blog is here. Click on "Super Antics!" for the series. My favourite is this one. Some have blue content."
Feb 6
Luke Blanchard replied to John Dunbar's discussion Marvel and DC Golden, Silver, and Bronze Age collections
"In Super-Team Family #11 (Atom/Flash/Supergirl: art by Alan Weiss and Joe Rubinstein) Jean, Linda Danvers and Iris are were taken by T. O. Morrow to a parallel universe where he controls a local entity. Jean suffers a mental breakdown, and the…"
Feb 6
Luke Blanchard replied to Wandering Sensei: Moderator Man's discussion What Comic Books Have You Read Today?
"The changeover of back-up features came with Schwartz's arrival as editor, in #419. For two issues, #425 and #426, the issues had 10 page lead stories and two back-ups. Perhaps that was to take some of the workload off Curt Swan. In…"
Feb 5
Luke Blanchard replied to Wandering Sensei: Moderator Man's discussion What Comic Books Have You Read Today?
"To be sure, Curt Swan had already modernised his style. There's a striking bit where a whole city is destroyed in the final Weisinger issue (Superman #231: #232 was a reprint giant). Post-Weisinger Action Comics was initially edited…"
Feb 4
Luke Blanchard replied to Wandering Sensei: Moderator Man's discussion What Comic Books Have You Read Today?
"To be sure, Curt Swan had already modernised his style. There's a striking bit where a whole city is destroyed in the final Weisinger issue (Superman #231: #232 was a reprint giant). Post-Weisinger Action Comics was initially edited…"
Feb 4
Luke Blanchard replied to Wandering Sensei: Moderator Man's discussion What Comic Books Have You Read Today?
"Re the Sand Superman, Curt Swan had already modernised his style, and there's a striking bit where a whole city is destroyed in the final Weisinger issue (Superman #231. My knowledge of the final Weisinger issues is spotty, but my…"
Feb 4
Luke Blanchard replied to Wandering Sensei: Moderator Man's discussion What Comic Books Have You Read Today?
"Re the Sand Superman, Curt Swan had already modernised his style, and there's a striking bit where a whole city is destroyed in the final Weisinger issue (Superman #231. My knowledge of the final Weisinger issues is spotty, but my…"
Feb 4

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At 6:44am on June 27, 2009, Cavaliere (moderator emeritus) said…
Luke! Glad you made it to the new site, Legionnaire!
At 12:35am on March 8, 2010, Cavaliere (moderator emeritus) said…
Happy birthday, Luke.
At 10:11pm on March 8, 2011, Cavaliere (moderator emeritus) said…
Happy birthday, Luke.
At 12:28pm on March 18, 2014, Kirk G said…

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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