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    I first heard of her in an underground comic...

    I first heard of her in an underground comic about her suicide (drawn by Jim Osborne, a talented artist who seems to have disappeared).

    I'm only beginning to realize how many forgotten movie...
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    Isn't there an example from FF#1 of a series of...

    Isn't there an example from FF#1 of a series of revisions where a line like, "Ben, do you want the commies to beat us into space?!" eventually becomes, "Ben, do you want congress to cut our funding?!"
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    Primanti's?

    Primanti's?
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    I remember reading somewhere that Toler was not a...

    I remember reading somewhere that Toler was not a nice guy, but I think it was in a Kim Deitch comic and that the character who mentioned it was a parrot.
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    At the show I did last week, my friend was...

    At the show I did last week, my friend was selling some recent card sets at $3, in sleeves and binders (he lifted the binders from work).
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    What i don't get is that in panel 3, the Joker is...

    What i don't get is that in panel 3, the Joker is nowhere near the other guy's neck, can't tell where he is in panel 4, then in panel 5, he's apparently bitten him in the throat.
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    Also: Roger Brand Willy Murphy

    Also:
    Roger Brand
    Willy Murphy
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    Which is odd, since I don't think that image is...

    Which is odd, since I don't think that image is from the movie.


    Several years back, my son and i went to Eastman House to see a guy from UCLA show a program of outtakes from the movie....
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    Real loose inking in these. Did Byrne ink himself...

    Real loose inking in these. Did Byrne ink himself here?
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    The Alex Ross cover is more than a little...

    The Alex Ross cover is more than a little disturbing.
    http://www.comicbookresources.com/imgsrv/imglib/0/0/1/LifeWithArchie-37-AlexRoss-fbdde.jpg
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    Also: Warren 127709

    Also: Warren

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    I developed a huge crush on Trina when I met her...

    I developed a huge crush on Trina when I met her at a '74 NYC con.
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    On the commentary, Jack Hill mentions that the...

    On the commentary, Jack Hill mentions that the scenes outside and inside the window were shot several days apart and miles apart.

    Also that, because of his on-screen image, Mantan Moreland had a...
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    Which I find very interesting--just have nothing...

    Which I find very interesting--just have nothing to add.
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    Need to block out a couple hours this afternoon...

    Need to block out a couple hours this afternoon (after I finish my taxes) to get ready for a comic show in buffalo tomorrow. If anyone's going, things will be priced to move.
  16. There's a book out on Bill Finger that's stirred...

    There's a book out on Bill Finger that's stirred this up again.

    Unrealted to the book, but a good writeup on Batman's origins here: http://www.dialbforblog.com/archives/389/
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    Even though the impact is probably pretty blunted...

    Even though the impact is probably pretty blunted by now. If it isn't, the DVD cover probably needs a spoiler warning.

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    I've always been amazed at how honest these...

    I've always been amazed at how honest these stories seem and that Pekar doesn't seem at all self-conscious. There are several stories where he doesn't come off as the most enjoyable person to be...
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    Y'kmnow, it's probably because they're what i grew up on, but Infantino's run on Batman 164 to 200 or so and detective 327 to 370 are really loaded with great covers.
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    One thing I love about "off-brand" superhero...

    One thing I love about "off-brand" superhero comics like this that came out to ride the wave of Batmania is how by-the-numbers they are. It's like the writers read 3 or 4 DCs and Marvels and just...
  21. Well, it's settled--I don't like Kelley Jones'...

    Well, it's settled--I don't like Kelley Jones' Batman.
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    Corollary: A comic is only considered successful...

    Corollary: A comic is only considered successful if it's successful in another medium.
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    Collins is a pretty prolific writer, not even...

    Collins is a pretty prolific writer, not even counting things like novelizations and things like the CSI series.

    http://www.maxallancollins.com/books/

    His Heller books are probably the best....
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    Here's a painting Joe Simon did in '09 for the...

    Here's a painting Joe Simon did in '09 for the comic exhibit at the Strong Museum.
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  25. Hilly Rose? http://www.comics.org/series/5448/

    Hilly Rose?
    http://www.comics.org/series/5448/
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