"I am currently re-reading Steve Gerber's Howard the Duck for the first time (that is, I'm reading it in its entirety for the second time over all). I always enjoy comparing my current opinion to my past self's opinion, and so far…"
"The solo Human Torch stories (later in the run teamed with the Thing) ran from Strange Tales #101 to #134, so there were exactly 34 half-book stories.
John Dunbar was hosting the thread "John Dunbar re-reads AMAZING SPIDER-MAN (AF 15, ASM…"
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I never had any interest in Thor (the character) or Thor (the title) until the Walt Simonson run, so the Lee/Kirby run goes right to the bottom of the list and Simonson near the top.
Lee/Ditko Spider-Man? Before my time, and…"
"Here are my thoughts...
LEE/KIRBY THOR; I think Thor really gets good with Journey into Mystery #114. As much as I love the "Tales of Asgard" series, I find it distracting to jump back and forth with the main feature. Whenever I'm in…"
So, I was re-reading some of the old reading project threads I'd done int he past, and it made me want to tackle something new. However, I think this time around I'd like some input from people here on what they'd like to see.Here are some of the options I've considered:Lee/Kirby Thor -Most of the comics should be pretty good here, I would include the Tales of Asgard stories as well.Human Torch solo stories from Strange Tales, including the team-ups with the Thing. Not the best in terms of…See More
"IIRC, there was an editorial mandate that Kyle never use the same construct twice, and to put emphasis on his creativity by creating elaborate constructs as well.
I think there was an attempt as well to give each Green Lantern a distinctive…"
Hello Mr. Jackson. You offer an interesting idea of "the four just men" as maybe-inspiration of the Joker's crimes in Batman #1. So, what do you think, where does that pirating-radio-to-send-threat-idea in 1940 comes from? Thank you very much
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