"The 1982 movie dropped songs (and added others), and the 1999 version dropped a few, so it might be the first complete version. I don't know if it's likely to be on TV here.
Some cinemas show broadcast-style versions of plays and…"
"That's a very nice cover. The net tells me it was by John Cebollero, pencils and inks, and Dave Stewart, colours and separations. Cebollero's art has the quality of Brian Bolland's. Stewart's colours add to the impact."
"He's positioned as if he were using a riveter, so it might be an adaptation of a poster. I thought I remembered one, but Google Images sure hasn't found it for me.
The artist was Al Gabriele. The GCD notes it's signed. The…"
"The line in #293 about the possible consequence of sticking your arm into a field where time is running at a different speed may have been inspired by Larry Niven's story "ARM", where there's a plot point like that (only…"
"The first of the alternative Fantastic Four #32 covers, the one with Doom and the robots, is a Jack Kirby page from Fantastic Four #84. I had an idea it was used as a poster but the net hasn't found it for me so my memory might be playing…"
"21.What if Tom Baker had gotten Doctor Who Meets Scratchman made as a theatrical release?
It might not have been a success commercially. It's hard to guess. There were a number of TV property movies made in Britain in the 70s: sitcom…"
"2.What if (non-Doctor character name) had been played by someone else?
The Meddling Monk could have been played as a straight villain. But presumably Butterworth was cast because those involved wanted a comic performance.
The flashback in #286 was done by Chris Claremont and Jackson Guice. Byrne had done his own version, but Claremont got Shooter to let him change it. The original art of Byrne's pages survives, and Brian Bendis posted a…"
"In comics shops Marvel's comics were in competition with comics from companies that didn't submit to the Code. Maybe they thought the Code Seal and the UPCs were off-putting to serious fans.
The placement of the figures on the cover of…"
"I'm no expert on this stuff, but there's an image here of a page of original art that used the technique, from #275. I think the background is pasted-on. It looks like a photographic image that's been processed in some…"
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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