Wednesday, August 12, 2020
Here's hoping you treat your classics a little better than Debbi Anderson's boyfriend, Buddy Baxter did, when he fixed her phonograph, here on the cover to Date With Debbi #13 (January-February, 1971) by Stan Goldberg and Henry Scarpelli.
This, from a time when DC tried to get in on a little of Archie Comics action; with light humor comics based around teenage adventures.
Saturday, August 8, 2020
Back in the 1950s, everything was a "menace", and flourished on "atomic" power...
...and, the Batman comics of the time reflected society's thoughts, but none moreso than an early 1960s issue of Detective Comics, wherein Batman faced the Atomic-Man!
The Menace Of The Atomic Man
With this knowledge, Batman and Robin went to protect Barker's business (now a shipping mogul). Sadly, that did not go well, with Batman having to make a daring escape from the now floating ship (that Atomic-Man had made lighter than air).
(filled with invasions and transformations, but, amazingly, Atomic-Man didn't make another regular comic appearance (unlike many of these obscure Batman villains, who at least made it to Batman's Lego Movie, though he did make it into Batman: The Brave and the Bold cartoon, in "A Bat Divided!").
Thursday, August 6, 2020
Fangs Of The Kobra
Code Name: Gemini
Sunday, August 2, 2020
Here, in Marvel Two-In-One #86 (April, 1982; by Tom DeFalco, Ron Wilson and Chic Stone), instead of fighting, the Thing and Sandman discuss the mistakes Sandman had in his life that led to his being a super-villain....all over a cold one at the local pub.
It's not all fights, as people can sit down and hash one out over a beer!
Thursday, July 30, 2020
Land Of Fear
This Savage World
Monday, July 27, 2020
While in more recent years, he's appeared with some of his "super friends" as a part of the greater Warner Brothers universe....Bugs Bunny has had quite the history!
Still, this wasn't the end for that rascally rabbit!
Sunday, July 26, 2020
He's already in trouble with Veronica Lodge and Betty Cooper in this Betty and Veronica Summer Fun cover from Bob White for Archie Giant Series Magazine #28 (September, 1964).