Monthly Archives: August 2015

All-American Comics #16 – Green Lantern’s origin

I think Alan Scott’s origin story is fairly well-known to GL fans. In July 1940, young engineer Alan Scott is on a train, traveling with his friend Jimmy towards a trestle bridge that the engineering firm employing both has built. … Continue reading

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Who is your favorite Soldier?

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Leading Comics #2 – The Black Star

Leading Comics #2 The story begins with Pat Dugan driving Sylvester Pemberton and his father to the bank. Mr. Pemberton wants his son to learn some practical things about the world of finance, but Sylvester feigns disinterest, much to his … Continue reading

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Latest Golden Age reading

I’m working on a review of Leading Comics #2, the second adventure of the Seven Soldiers of Victory. In the meantime, I’ve begun reading the bumper newspaper strip collection “Batman: The Dailes 1943-46” for some Golden Age Batman goodness. The … Continue reading

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