Okay, let's see how closely you've followed my own comics writing/translation/dialoguing work of recent years...
If I were writing the following panel of SUPERMAN, what would I change?
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Named after my former Fanzine and APA column est. 1994,"The Issue At Hand"! This Blog offers "The Universe of Things that Interest Me" – Now just a click away! Comics, DVDs, Animation, Classic TV, and occasionally more. Please enjoy your visit! Blog est. 2008.
In my opinion, as both a fan and as a professional comic book writer, Sholly Fisch is, without doubt, my favorite comics writer actively working today!
Could anyone else have written the comic above?
Or those below?
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One of the most fascinating aspects of the creatively fertile period of the mid-1960s for American Disney comics was - and continues to be - the three "subset" issues of Gold Key's MICKEY MOUSE title (issues 107-109) dubbed "Mickey Mouse Super Secret Agent"!
Covers and first page scans below...
For today's little bit of nonsense, we present the cover of GHOSTS # 90 (DC Comics, Cover Date: July, 1980).