In the mid-1960’s, an infatuation with spies gripped the American viewing public, birthed from the phenomenal popularity of Sean Connery’s series of James Bond films. The “spy craze” wasn’t fated to last long---two years tops---but during that time, it left an indelible mark on fiction of all types.
Hoping to leech off the Bond fan base, low-budget producers…Continue
A fiery horse with the speed of light, a cloud of dust, and a hearty “Hi-Yo, Silver!” . . . .
. . . the…Continue
A month ago, I posted a Silver-Age quiz on DC comics. From the activity on comics-based trivia thread and my own Comic-Book Jeopardy! threads that we had back on the old site, I expected to see more participation. A lot of you fellows are pretty sharp and, as a whole, almost impossible to stump. But only Luke Blanchard chimed in with a…Continue
Now, most of us think that about our spouses at one time or another, or perhaps, much of the time. But recently, I was witness to a awe-inspiring example of my wife’s…