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    Jack Kirby: Forever People ...

    Jack Kirby: Forever People

    https://i.imgur.com/UN9nT0m.jpg?1
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    Alan Moore: Swamp Thing ...

    Alan Moore: Swamp Thing

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    Grant Morrison: Flex Mentallo ...

    Grant Morrison: Flex Mentallo

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    You are not alone! I was among the many who...

    You are not alone! I was among the many who enjoyed his work. Unfortunately, what he really wanted to do was draw Dr. Strange, but even more than that, he wanted to ride motorcycles, so he didn't...
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    Kitty Pryde: John Cassaday. Resolute rather than...

    Kitty Pryde: John Cassaday. Resolute rather than beautiful.

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    Warlock: Bill Sienkiewicz. Does anyone else's version hit the balance of comedy and horror?

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    Cyclops: Paul Smith....
  6. Expect a reboot in a few years which restores...

    Expect a reboot in a few years which restores some sort of Silver/Bronze Age status quo, because that's what the fans and writers enjoy the most.
  7. Agreed. This is just an example of Warner Bros...

    Agreed. This is just an example of Warner Bros myopia, refusing to commit to a story that spans multiple movies with multiple heroes. If they can't do it with something as simple as JLA, how are...
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    Case in point:

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  9. Thread: Positivity

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    Cool Wonder Twins cover, though it's always...

    Cool Wonder Twins cover, though it's always hilarious to see Batman or Robin depicted as swinging through the city like Spider-Man. A split-second after this image, Batman is going to start swinging...
  10. Kirby wins for sure, with Perez not far behind,...

    Kirby wins for sure, with Perez not far behind, but here's a more recent one from JH Williams III:

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    Moore: Swamp Thing. (Reading Wein and Pasko's...

    Moore: Swamp Thing. (Reading Wein and Pasko's issues leading up to Moore is a good idea though.)
    Levitz: Legion of Super-Heroes
    Wolfman: New Teen Titans
    O'Neil/Adams: Batman
    Kirby's Fourth World...
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    The Guardian and The Sentinel and Captain...

    The Guardian and The Sentinel and Captain America. Even Jack Kirby couldn't tell them apart. Here's a Golden Age panel in which Kirby accidentally refers to Jim "Guardian" Harper as if he were Steve...
  13. That's unfortunately par for the course in...

    That's unfortunately par for the course in superhero movies, especially those based on 1960s comics. But First Class did have Angel Salvatore and Darwin, which is more than might have been expected...
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    Unfortunately, Marvel's will be out of print six...

    Unfortunately, Marvel's will be out of print six months later.
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    It was just a weird thing to throw into the mix....

    It was just a weird thing to throw into the mix. "Hey, we all met previously, but none of us remember what happened, and readers have never read such a story, and it doesn't even effect our current...
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    Legion of Three Worlds

    In Geoff Johns' stories "The Lightning Saga" (in JLA and JSA of 2007) and "Final Crisis: Legion of Three Worlds" (2008), we are told repeatedly that the three Legions have met before. Apparently this...
  17. Morrison + Quitely on New X-Men, We3, Flex...

    Morrison + Quitely on New X-Men, We3, Flex Mentallo, JLA: Earth-2, etc.
    Claremont + Byrne on X-Men
    King + Gerads on The Sheriff of Babylon
    Whedon + Cassaday on Astonishing X-Men
    Moore + Cannon +...
  18. This is what every writer should do with every...

    This is what every writer should do with every series.
  19. Since Marvel seems to have given up on Claremont...

    Since Marvel seems to have given up on Claremont X-Men omnibuses, I'd like to see the early JRJr run collected.
  20. Grant Morrison: New X-Men Joss Whedon:...

    Grant Morrison: New X-Men
    Joss Whedon: Astonishing X-Men
    Tom King: The Vision
    Brian Bendis: Alias/Pulse (Jessica Jones)
    Brian Bendis: The Ultimates I & II
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    Granted that Claremont could be verbose and force...

    Granted that Claremont could be verbose and force the artists to endure dozens of pages of talking heads, sometimes the hidden thoughts made a perfect contrast to the dialogue, as when characters are...
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    I guess you were not a reader of Kanigher's run...

    I guess you were not a reader of Kanigher's run on "Superman's Girl Friend Lois Lane" in the 1970s. Or a sample page from Marvel:

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    I am sure you are correct that kids were not...

    I am sure you are correct that kids were not actively seeking social content. However, plenty of comics in the 1960s and 1970s dealt with political issues, because the creators wanted to cover that...
  24. Good video. One correction. Dave Cockrum did not...

    Good video. One correction. Dave Cockrum did not come up with Nightcrawler while he was under enemy fire.

    "I had come up with Nightcrawler back while I was in Guam. This terrible typhoon hit. The...
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    Plus, as noted above, a verse a day will take 85...

    Plus, as noted above, a verse a day will take 85 years.

    A chapter a day is a good chunk for thought and discussion, though in many cases the thoughts extend across chapter divisions.
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