The story opens with the Chief delivering his daily briefing. Budget cuts will continue, although R.J. Michaels has been hospitalized "due to minor injuries suffered in an altercation with an unspecified--though…"
A hostage situation at the New York Stock Exchange, but the "hostage" ends up being one of the terrorists. Forced to strip off his costume to "save" the "hostage," Raven proves that "there's…"
"Captain Comics said:
I think the Companion works best as something to read. A lot of mini biographies of the folks who worked on the Agents at Tower. There is a lot of info sprinkled in but it doesn’t work as an easy to use reference tool…"
"Jeff of Earth-J said:
I suspect that another scene was intended for pp.11-12 and was dropped at some stage in the production process as you speculate, because page 13 begins with the caption "Meanwhile..." Without that caption, the scene…"
That cover evokes other great comics couples from opposite sides such as Will Eisner's Spirit & P'Gell, and Milton Caniff's Pat Ryan & the Dragon Lady.
Contemporary with the original THUNDER Agents was the TV show…"
Thomas's second story provides an origin for Phoenicia, plus a romantic history for her and Raven.
Since it wasn’t referenced in the first Phoenicia story, her being a renegade former THUNDER agent almost seems like a…"
"DELUXE COMICS - WALLY WOOD'S THUNDER AGENTS ISSUE #1:
I received my set of the five issues today. I went through the first issue like a knife through butter. The writing is so much better than the originals.
"I was right about when my Wally Wood's THUNDER Agents will be delivered (1/26) but I mistakenly said Wednesday instead of Thursday. The package actually arrived at my post office today, but not in time for today's delivery."
"TALES TO ASTONISH #100:
When Namor goes looking for him later, he finds only the unconscious form of Bruce Banner (whom he does not know).
He should, however, wonder how likely it is to encounter two individuals that wear shredded purple pants on…"
"Lest anyone doubt or deny we are living in a new Golden Age, allow me to remind you that all six issues of Hulk, along with the interstitial appearances from Fantastic Four #12, #25-26, Avengers #1-3, #5, Spider-Man #14, Tales to Astonish #59 and…"
Hey Richard, if you've got the first Tales of Suspense Atlast Masterworks, with the corrected table of contents, how about photocopying it for me and mailing it to me? My copy reprints the table of contents for the first Tales to Astonish volume in error. I'd like a copy of the correct list (all of 3-4 pages, I would think) to fold and store with the volume.
If you do, could you mail it to: Kirk Groeneveld, 105 Second St., Athens, OH 45701