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    Maybe add the Human Target--just for the number...

    Maybe add the Human Target--just for the number of times he's been revived in the comics and on T.V. How he would fit into a super-hero team, I'm not sure. Probably use him sparingly like on ARROW,...
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    The entire radio show, the singles or just the...

    The entire radio show, the singles or just the song itself? I have a few of the singles. And I've heard some of the radio show--but I've never got around to listening to the entire series. It's a lot.
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    the prisoner's dilemma

    ACTION COMICS 338 (June 1966)--2nd story "The Villain Who Married Supergirl" by Siegel and Mooney:

    At an exhibition for charity in Midvale, the Action Amiga encounters Raspor, an arrogant alien,...
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    Supergirl Under a Green Sun

    ACTION COMICS 337 (May 1966)--2nd story "The Green Sun Supergirl" by Binder and Mooney

    The space program is working on accommodating women astronauts--what they call "astronettes"--and they want...
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    Olsen Under a Green Sun

    One day as Superman demonstrates the prototype for an enlargement ray he hopes to use on Kandor, Jimmy is teleported to the world of Roban. The chief scientist, Vikkor, had hoped to bring the Caped...
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    Burning Man

    SUPERMAN'S PAL, JIMMY OLSEN 92 (April 1966)--1st story, "The Man from S.C.A.R." by Dorfman and Pete Costanza; 2nd story, "Jimmy Olsen's Journey to Nowhere" by Dorfman and Mooney:

    The plastic...
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    Miss Cosmos

    ACTION COMICS 335 (March 1966)--2nd story, "The Prize of Peril" by Binder and Mooney
    ACTION COMICS 336 (April 1966)--2nd story, "The Forbidden Fortress of Solitude" by Binder and Mooney; cover art...
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    Krypto's Family Tree

    https://i.postimg.cc/rwg5qZcn/sb126p1b.jpg

    In "Krypto's Family Tree," when the Dog Knight displays an irrational fear of insects, the Master of Steel uses the Mind-Prober Helmet to revive his...
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    The Star-Crossed Teens

    SUPERBOY 126 (January 1966)--1st story,"The Wild Teen-Agers" by Binder and Papp; 2nd story, "Krypto's Family Tree" by Binder, Swan and Klein:

    Jonathan and Martha Kent seem to have become youthful...
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    cherchez la femme

    THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD 63 (December 1965 - January 1966)--"The Revolt of the Super-Chicks" by Bob Haney, John Rosenberger and Win Mortimer:

    Supergirl and Wonder Woman were teamed up for the first...
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    The Mating Game

    SUPERMAN 180 (October 1965)--2nd story, "The Girl Who Was Mightier Than Superman" by Dorfman, Swan and Klein:

    A series of encounters with superior women leads the Man of Tomorrow to Florena, the...
  12. In "The Leap Back--June 15, 1945," season 4,...

    In "The Leap Back--June 15, 1945," season 4, episode 1, Sam and Al exchanged places. So they leapt back in Al's lifetime, allowing the show to go further back in time. If a new show had Sam Beckett...
  13. Poll: Neither. John Broome's story of Hal Jordan is a...

    Neither. John Broome's story of Hal Jordan is a lot better. What I like about that is it was like peeling an onion. You don't get everything right away. It's a slow process of discovery for Hal and I...
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    Actually, Massey played Dr. Gillespie on the DR....

    Actually, Massey played Dr. Gillespie on the DR. KILDARE series--Richard Chamberlain, of course, played James Kildare.

    Raymond Massey was Canadian. He came from the super-wealthy elite Massey...
  15. Jon-EL beat me to it with the 1976 SUPER DC...

    Jon-EL beat me to it with the 1976 SUPER DC CALENDAR image by Adams & Giordano.
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    These were classics of my childhood-- ...

    These were classics of my childhood--

    http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-PDXIUgJIZ9M/UI5NEDGhCoI/AAAAAAAACW4/6aorZ--Xe04/s1600/MAGILLAGORILLA_9.JPG...
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    There are some pretty odd "ghost singing" moments...

    There are some pretty odd "ghost singing" moments in movies.

    Debbie Reynolds was dubbed by Betty Noyes in SINGIN' IN THE RAIN (1952)--which is the height of irony if you know the movie. Reynolds...
  18. It's keyboard dyslexia. I'm not dyslexic, but my...

    It's keyboard dyslexia. I'm not dyslexic, but my typing would make you think I am. I always have to go through all my posts and look out for where I've displaced letters. I'm not sure why it...
  19. I'm stumped why having third person narrative...

    I'm stumped why having third person narrative captions in comics is wrong--some prose fiction is told in the third person, some is told in the first person--neither is more modern than the other. And...
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    Lately, I've been hearing medical officers and...

    Lately, I've been hearing medical officers and political figures from different locations all saying that, well, we're all going to get COVID-19. This from the same people who previously said that if...
  21. I'd like to respond but D.Z. has called for this...

    I'd like to respond but D.Z. has called for this thread to be locked, so I gotta respect that. Sorry.
  22. Two questions I have that make me suspicious of...

    Two questions I have that make me suspicious of this announcement. 1) Can Daniel Radcliffe even play the accordion? 2) Is Weird Al actually that short?
  23. Nope. How you describe it isn't how it really...

    Nope. How you describe it isn't how it really works--not in the situations I've mentioned. Those characters were in limbo--that timeline either didn't exist or was in a suspended state. Once the...
  24. I'm sorry you feel that way. For myself--and I...

    I'm sorry you feel that way. For myself--and I think for a lot of comic book fans--this suddenly remembering stuff from the past and having those bits of reality revived is one of the major narcotics...
  25. Maybe this won't be so different from how it was...

    Maybe this won't be so different from how it was pre-Crisis, where continuity was plastic and events floated in and out of the collective memory. The big difference being everyone in our world has a...
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