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    Is this World's Finest? I remember another scene...

    Is this World's Finest? I remember another scene with Dinah topless, though with her hair covering her nipples, ya know, like a mermaid.
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    I also remember Clark & Lois actually naked in...

    I also remember Clark & Lois actually naked in bed together in the late 70s. But it was Earth-Two married Clark & Lois.
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    Yeah I think I remember Ollie & Dinah being in...

    Yeah I think I remember Ollie & Dinah being in bed together in World's Finest. Or just getting out of bed and getting dressed.
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    ZATARA made a couple covers early on but...

    ZATARA made a couple covers early on but obviously...SUPERMAN.
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    This is why I always place them in the #6 & 7...

    This is why I always place them in the #6 & 7 spots. Golden Age origins and continuous publishing. Interestingly Green Arrow seemed to be more popular in the Golden Age but Aquaman in the Silver.
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    While the CRIMSON AVENGER would get a couple...

    While the CRIMSON AVENGER would get a couple covers of DC's third title beginning in 1938, BATMAN would soon take over beginning in 1939.
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    DC's second title ADVENTURE would start featuring...

    DC's second title ADVENTURE would start featuring superheroes on its covers in 1939 with SANDMAN, followed by HOURMAN in 1940, STARMAN in 1941 and MANHUNTER in 1942. Then in 1946 SUPERBOY would take...
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    DC's first title, MORE FUN started featuring...

    DC's first title, MORE FUN started featuring superheroes on its covers beginning with issue #52 in 1940 with the SPECTRE. Four issues later we would see DOCTOR FATE on the cover. It would be one or...
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    Let's see. MORE FUN COMICS ADVENTURE COMICS...

    Let's see.

    MORE FUN COMICS
    ADVENTURE COMICS
    DETECTIVE COMICS
    ACTION COMICS
    SUPERMAN
    BATMAN
    FLASH COMICS
    ALL-STAR COMICS
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    Phyllis Coates Phyllis Coates Phyllis Coates. ...

    Phyllis Coates Phyllis Coates Phyllis Coates. She's 92. I wonder where she is, what she's doing and how her health is. Just one little scene. Pretty please.
  11. Poll: I voted for Flash. Question: I see 5 nones and...

    I voted for Flash. Question: I see 5 nones and no others. Are the nones saying that no one comes close to the Trinity? Or do you mean none of the above?
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    Phyllis Coates is still alive!

    Phyllis Coates is still alive!
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    Anyone still alive from the 50s "Adventures of...

    Anyone still alive from the 50s "Adventures of Superman"?
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    Burt Ward?

    Burt Ward?
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    Well, out of all these mentions Cyborg, Batwoman,...

    Well, out of all these mentions Cyborg, Batwoman, Swamp Thing, Firestorm, Titans, Black Canary, Green Arrow, Lobo, Black Lightning, Martian Manhunter, Atom, Blue Devil, Huntress, Mr. Terrific,...
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    That would be among the most unsuccessful...

    That would be among the most unsuccessful successful titles. This is for the most successful unsuccessful titles.
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    They did move the setting of the comic book to...

    They did move the setting of the comic book to Earth-Two WWII era Wonder Woman to better align with the TV show during its first season.
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    What a great list of B-listers, if assume...

    What a great list of B-listers, if assume everyone who always has an ongoing is an A-lister.
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    The Most Successful Unsuccessful Titles?

    What DC titles and characters have had more than one attempt at an ongoing book but do not have one today?
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    It matters to me that all eras are represented,...

    It matters to me that all eras are represented, so if I only had 7--

    Just like with the Flash I'd start with the GOLDEN AGE GREEN LANTERN ARCHIVES, Vol. 1, to get the first and earliest Green...
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    It matters to me that all eras are represented,...

    It matters to me that all eras are represented, so if I only had 7--

    I'd start with the GOLDEN AGE FLASH ARCHIVES so you get the very first Flash stories from 1940-41.
    Then I'd move onto Barry...
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    I'd like to narrow this down a little. For me...

    I'd like to narrow this down a little. For me it's important to have all eras represented, and also that everything be in continuity, to have actually "happened." I wouldn't want to confuse a new...
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    I'd like to narrow this down a little. For me...

    I'd like to narrow this down a little. For me it's important to have all eras represented, and also that everything be in continuity, to have actually "happened." I wouldn't want to confuse a new...
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    I'd like to narrow this down a little. For me...

    I'd like to narrow this down a little. For me it's important to have all eras represented, and also that everything be in continuity, to have actually "happened." I wouldn't want to confuse a new...
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    I think for me this is about generally...

    I think for me this is about generally introducing someone to comics in general (which for me would naturally begin with DC). Probably a child. So I would try to find a broad range of the biggies...
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