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Leading Comics #3 – The Tyrants of Time!

The Tyrants of Time Famous conquerors from history are snatched out of time. Alexander the Great, Nero, Attilla the Hun, Genghis Khan and Napoleon are all brought to New York in 1942 by Dr. Doome (no relation, though it would … Continue reading

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All-Star Comics #5 concluded

The Spectre Close this place coppers – but just try and stop me from opening elsewhere again! The Spectre leaves the JSA meeting. bored to death because there’s no crime to fight, so he goes looking for some. He finds … Continue reading

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Busy reading, not much blogging…

Sorry folks, I really need to get caught up on reviews. I always tend to read a lot and write a little. I will try to get back on track sooner rather than later!

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All-Star Comics #5 continued

Hawkman I was going to use a little subtlety in this affair, but you spoiled it all. Maybe this is the best answer to your type after all! With the JSA meeting adjourned, Hawkman flies home to “catch up on … Continue reading

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All-Star Comics #5

Chapter One The Justice Society members are pretty bored. It seems they’ve done their job too well, and crime is down across the board. But the criminals have not given up… they’ve just been laying low. The big boss, “Mister … Continue reading

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Some 1940s Green Lantern reviews…

Comic Cavalcade #6 Green Lantern – “They Are Invincible” Alfred Bester, Paul Reinman Anyone remember the old “What if?” series that Marvel used to publish? I read the occasional issue back in the day, and the book would take some … Continue reading

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Who is your favorite JSA member?

How did I miss posting in September? I guess I’ve been busy! How about a new poll? I forgot the Sandman!

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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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