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  1. Jay briefly showed up in a couple of issues of...

    Jay briefly showed up in a couple of issues of All-New Batman: The Brave & the Bold.

    He was being mind-controlled by the Mad Hatter in issue #3 (March 2011):...
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    "Imagination" - Glenn Miller and His Orchestra...

    "Imagination" - Glenn Miller and His Orchestra
    vocal by Ray Eberle
    (recorded February 19, 1940)
    from
    https://cdn-s3.allmusic.com/release-covers/500/0000/437/0000437800.jpg
    The Essential Glenn...
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    Golden Age Rag Doll (Peter Merkel)

    First appearance: Flash Comics #36 (December 1942):
    https://i67.servimg.com/u/f67/18/91/37/14/flash_37.jpg
    https://i67.servimg.com/u/f67/18/91/37/14/flash_38.jpg

    And from Who's Who: The...
  4. Uh, it was? Where in issue #10? :confused:

    Uh, it was?

    Where in issue #10? :confused:
  5. Was Kevin Bacon in Tron? And isn't six degrees...

    Was Kevin Bacon in Tron?

    And isn't six degrees to reach Kevin Bacon? :confused:
  6. Actually, I don't know how many people may have...

    Actually, I don't know how many people may have (wrongly) thought the thread would also discuss the later America Chavez version.

    Golden Age characters that aren't continuously published / updated...
  7. Golden Age Fiddler (Isaac Bowin)

    In another thread ("Did you know there was another Golden Age Fiddler?" at https://community.cbr.com/showthread.php?118365-Did-you-know-there-was-another-Golden-Age-Fiddler) it was pointed out that...
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    "Mr. Blue Sky" - Electric Light Orchestra

    "Mr. Blue Sky" - Electric Light Orchestra
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    The Original Golden Age Star Sapphire

    Sorry, Carol Ferris, but you weren't the first!

    First appearance: All-Flash #32 (December 1947/January 1948)
    https://i67.servimg.com/u/f67/18/91/37/14/star_s15.jpg
    ...
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    Well, it was written by Roy Thomas, and it...

    Well, it was written by Roy Thomas, and it featured all the Golden Age characters DC has trying desperately to ignore / replace for quite a long time.

    DC management seems to have little-to-no...
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    "Stay with Me" - Sam Smith

    "Stay with Me" - Sam Smith
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    Possibly, but how often? Would it be written by...

    Possibly, but how often? Would it be written by Sholly Fisch? And do I want to pay for the reprinted material that I may-or-may-not care about, too? :confused:

    Unless they have a new team-up by...
  13. Honorable mentions this week to ed2962, Kirby101,...

    Honorable mentions this week to ed2962, Kirby101, Javasaurus, Ravin' Ray, seismic-2, and LordMikel.
    My vote this week goes to Tami.
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    Hard to believe that's over 40 years old now . . .

    Hard to believe that's over 40 years old now . . .
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    Different times, people. Steve Rogers became...

    Different times, people.

    Steve Rogers became who he was in part because of Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor and all the American soldiers killed in that attack.

    The Japanese were the enemy. They...
  16. And she returned in the following issue,...

    And she returned in the following issue, Sensation Comics #69 (September 1947):
    https://i67.servimg.com/u/f67/18/91/37/14/huntre28.jpg
    https://i67.servimg.com/u/f67/18/91/37/14/huntre29.jpg...
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    "Bette Davis Eyes" - Kim Carnes (NOTE: I...

    "Bette Davis Eyes" - Kim Carnes

    (NOTE: I realize the pronunciations may be different, but the spellings are the same! ;) )
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    Italians (especially non-Italian Americans) were...

    Italians (especially non-Italian Americans) were also part of the Axis, so Mussolini and others of his ilk were also fair-game then.
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    Thanks for the link. I really don't know if...

    Thanks for the link.

    I really don't know if I'll be buying any DC comics in October (or based on what they've listed for November).

    They've dropped Scooby-Doo! Team-Up; I had been buying...
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    Well, back in the 1940s, the Chinese, Japanese,...

    Well, back in the 1940s, the Chinese, Japanese, Koreans, etc. were still part of the Mysterious Orient, and in the 1940s, the U.S. was still at war with Japan (they did attack us at Pearl Harbor in...
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    I think I'm missing something. Thread title is...

    I think I'm missing something.

    Thread title is November Solicits, but the link leads to:
    DC Solicitations for October 2019 Are Huge for Gotham City Fans
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    The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe:...

    The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Golden Age (2004) had an entry for another "retro"-Golden Age character, first published towards the late-1970s but whose adventures were set in the late...
  23. Thorn returned in a story in Flash Comics #96...

    Thorn returned in a story in Flash Comics #96 (June 1948)
    https://i67.servimg.com/u/f67/18/91/37/14/thorn_13.jpg

    And it appears she was suppose to be in Flash #107, but that book ended with issue...
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    More cowbell. ...

    More cowbell.

    https://steemitimages.com/640x0/http://i.imgur.com/W6Gm5mJ.jpg?2
  25. However, if the only thing you were interested in...

    However, if the only thing you were interested in was the new Superman story, DC is publishing those separately at present.
    Under the new plan, I don't know if they'll maybe do a collected edition...
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