Monday, September 18, 2017

Reading Room SPACE VOYAGERS "Queen Ant"

It's been a while since we looked in on the never-reprinted, psychedelic adventures of the Space Voyagers...
...but, if you have a phobia about insects, it may be the wrong time to check them out!
This kool Robert Kanigher-written, Alex Nino-illustrated tale from DC's Rima the Jungle Girl #5 (1974-75) is the quartet's final published appearance, but we still have one more stand-alone Space Voyagers tale to tell...coming soon!
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Sunday, September 17, 2017

JERRY LEWIS MEETS THE SILVER AGE DC UNIVERSE!

When Jerry Lewis passed away recently, we decided to present the never-reprinted tales of...
and
...all of which feature DC characters with current movies and/or TV shows!
Check them out!
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With Shirley MacLaine as "Bat Lady"!

Saturday, September 16, 2017

Reading Room 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY "Vira the She-Demon" Conclusion

In the prehistoric past, a lone woman, Vira, is granted skills and knowledge by the mysterious Monolith which she uses to manipulate the hostile and less-intelligent men around her to keep herself alive, manipulating their supersitious fears by appearing to be a supernatural being.
Transitioning to the post-2001 world, we encounter astronaut Vera Gentry, assigned to a lonely outpost...
As in the movie and previous issue, the protaganist is "transitioned" to a higher life-form
But what happens when the subject doesn't become a "new seed"...you'll find out next Friday!
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Friday, September 15, 2017

Friday Fun 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY "Vira the She-Demon" Part 1

Once more, Clarke and Kubrick's mysterious Monolith becomes a metaphor...
...as Jack (King) Kirby asks the questions only he can answer...in his inimitable style!
It's not clearly indicated how long after the events of the movie this never-reprinted tale from Marvel's 2001: a Space Odyssey #2 (1977) by writer/penciler Jack Kirby and inker Mile Royer takes place.
In the flick, it took months for The Discovery to make it to Jupiter, but astronaut Gentry implies this is almost a second-rate assignment no one wants!
Plus, considering how many lives were lost on the ill-fated Discovery mission, why is she working alone?
But she's still wearing a movie-style spacesuit, so it's probably within 20 years of the movie...
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Thursday, September 14, 2017

Reading Room SILENT INVASION "The Stubbinsville Connection Part 1: Atomic Spies!" Conclusion

In the paranoid America of the 1950s, newspaper reporter Matt Sinkage discovers...
Lots of questions, but few answers.
Here's a little background from the authors...
Silent Invasion will return...
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