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Born Losers
I missed this on first run because I was 8 years old in 1967 and knew nothing of and cared nothing for drive-in biker flicks. This one proved to be more than just a biker flick, however, when its egotistical "auteur" Tom Laughlin revived his character in a ...
I missed this on first run because I was 8 years old in 1967 and knew nothing of and cared nothing for drive-in biker flicks. This one proved to be more than just a biker flick, however, when its egotistical "auteur" Tom Laug...
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Melba!-Art Saaf/Vince Colletta-1973
Here we see what I believe was the only solo story for this obscure supporting character from the "relevant"years of Lois Lane's comic book. They play her pretty much like Lois, almost as if the Lois Lane of the somewhat legendary, "I Am Curious...Black!" s...
Here we see what I believe was the only solo story for this obscure supporting character from the "relevant"years of Lois Lane's comic book. They play her pretty much like Lois, almost as if the Lois Lane of the somewhat lege...
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Discovering Amy Schumer
Apparently, Amy Schumer has been around for 7 or 8 years now and had her own show for three seasons. Somehow I had never heard of her until a few weeks back but all of a sudden she seemed to be everywhere so yesterday I finally watched a clip of her that so...
Apparently, Amy Schumer has been around for 7 or 8 years now and had her own show for three seasons. Somehow I had never heard of her until a few weeks back but all of a sudden she seemed to be everywhere so yesterday I final...
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Atom Blake, the Boy Wizard-Pierce Rice-1941
This one continues from the previous issue but don't worry. It's mile a minute excitement and you'll be caught up in no time!
This one continues from the previous issue but don't worry. It's mile a minute excitement and you'll be caught up in no time!
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1939 World's Fair Posters and Elektro!
An obsession of mine for some years now has been the 1939-1940 New York World's Fair, notable for its iconic Trylon and Perisphere. Here are some vintage posters along with some stills of Elektro the Westinghouse robot (as well as his dog and a mummy).
An obsession of mine for some years now has been the 1939-1940 New York World's Fair, notable for its iconic Trylon and Perisphere. Here are some vintage posters along with some stills of Elektro the Westinghouse robot (as we...
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The Lynx-Mystery Men-1941
Here's this fella again, here looking more traditional (read: generic) than he did the last time we saw him, but still hanging out with that mystery boy, Blackie.
Here's this fella again, here looking more traditional (read: generic) than he did the last time we saw him, but still hanging out with that mystery boy, Blackie.
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Born Losers
I missed this on first run because I was 8 years old in 1967 and knew nothing of and cared nothing for drive-in biker flicks. This one proved to be more than just a biker flick, however, when its egotistical "auteur" Tom Laughlin revived his character in a ...
I missed this on first run because I was 8 years old in 1967 and knew nothing of and cared nothing for drive-in biker flicks. This one proved to be more than just a biker flick, however, when its egotistical "auteur" Tom Laug...
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Dragnut Presents Frank 'n' Stein-Bob Bean-1954
MAD did two wacky, zany Jack Webb parodies in the color comic and many years later Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons parodied Kurtzman and Elder parodying DRAGNET in a sci-fi variant. In between there was this low-rent Charlton version of same.
MAD did two wacky, zany Jack Webb parodies in the color comic and many years later Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons parodied Kurtzman and Elder parodying DRAGNET in a sci-fi variant. In between there was this low-rent Charlton ver...
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Speed Rush-J.M. Wilcox-1937/1938
Originally published pre-Superman, comics weren't quite comics as of yet but they were getting there. But seriously..."Speed Rush?"
Originally published pre-Superman, comics weren't quite comics as of yet but they were getting there. But seriously..."Speed Rush?"
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Top Cat-Kitty Cat Caper-1962
TOP CAT had such great voices that I can actually hear them as I read this tale of feline and cartoon misogyny viewed from the early sixties lens of Messrs Hanna and Barbera.
TOP CAT had such great voices that I can actually hear them as I read this tale of feline and cartoon misogyny viewed from the early sixties lens of Messrs Hanna and Barbera.
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The Impossible Years
Cristina Ferrare--later known as John DeLorean's wife--is surprisingly charismatic in this silly little  overlong sex farce that tries hard for some reason to remain demure. David Niven is fine in the lead and Michael McGreevey has a fun boyfriend role. Cha...
Cristina Ferrare--later known as John DeLorean's wife--is surprisingly charismatic in this silly little  overlong sex farce that tries hard for some reason to remain demure. David Niven is fine in the lead and Michael McGreev...
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The Western Kid-John Romita-1955
Our hero, Tex Dawson--the unimaginatively named "Western Kid"--literally gets to sleep through this one as his faithful animal sidekicks, Whirlwind and Lightning, have their own adventure. Dogs and horses were actually big in comics in those days and often ...
Our hero, Tex Dawson--the unimaginatively named "Western Kid"--literally gets to sleep through this one as his faithful animal sidekicks, Whirlwind and Lightning, have their own adventure. Dogs and horses were actually big in...
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First published in 1968 (I was 9!), I have been writing professionally part-time for more than two decades. I have been freelancing for various authors, editors and publishers for the past three years on the behind-the-scenes tasks of writing.
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Game show winner, actor, announcer, writer, published author, researcher, voiceover artist, photographer,
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Covington, Kentucky
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Covington, Kentucky - Cincinnati, Ohio