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    Default CCI: That '70s (Creators) Panel

    Mark Evanier spoke with legendary Bronze Age creators at Comic-Con International about their accomplishments and relationships with the past, with CCI first-timer Trevor Von Eeden receiving an unexpected Inkpot Award.


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    That panel sounded like they had a BLAST talking about the good ol' days.

    That Batman annual by TVE has a personal sentamentality for me. I got it as a gift for being a good 11-year old boy...as my wisdom teeth were being yanked out of my mouth!

    I even still own the very copy. I think it may be my favorite Bat-annual...
    Comics still reading: Floppies- Saga TPB- GI Joe ARAH, Sixth Gun, Hawkeye, Usagi Yojimbo. DC nu52 is unreadable...

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    I loved Trevor Von Eeden's work when I was kid. That Batman Annual was great stuff. The Inkpot was much deserved.

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    I like the bit about reusing the same story.

    I quite liked this year's FCBD flip-comic where one of the Whedons (Zack, I think) told the same basic story twice -- once in the Firefly universe with Mal and River and once in the Star Wars universe with Han and Chewie. I thought it was a neat approach.

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