Sunday, October 18, 2015

The Joker's 1995 Series was ahead of its time.

The joke was on DC in 1975. A ground breaking Series was too short lived, but it had some very interesting issues.

The Joker basked in the limelight for 9 issues. He matched wits from The Scarecrow, and The Creeper to Sherlock Holmes.

I found it entertaining, but at that time villain books didn't last very long.

The series has been collected into a Graphic Novel called "The Joker, Clown Prince of Crime"

For more detailed info about the series, go to the following link:

The series is a fun read for most DC fans, and more so for Joker Fans.

That is all for now.

To be Continued,

Go forth and do well,


Wednesday, October 14, 2015

All Star Squadron Remebered

Roy Thomas did great things for both DC and Marvel.  One of the best things he did was to created The All-Star Squadron.  It took all the the heroes who were published in the Golden age and put them on one team.

The result was a title that help to spin off other titles and create better versions some heroes.

Check out the attached link to learn more.

Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Spiderman and other Characters created by Steve Ditko

Spider-Man is the most famous of Steve Ditko's Creations, but he also has had an impact on the DC Universe as well. Here are a list of the DC Heroes that Steve Ditko has created or co- created.

1. Blue Beetle
2. Captain Atom
3. The Creeper.
4. The Question
5. Hawk and Dove
6. Nightshade
8. Shade, the Changing Man,_the_Changing_Man
9. Odd Man

Many of these characters had long runs at DC. Also not that many of them were a part of the DC acquisition of Charlton Comics.

And of course, Steve also created many villains and back ups characters as well.

To Be continued.

Go forth and do well,


Fawcett Heroes at DC

DC comics acquired Fawcett comic a long time ago.  Not one of  Fawcett's heroes has a mag of their own. Only The Original Captain Marvel, now called Shazam appears in Justice Leauge.

Learn more about the heroes at the link below.

Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Atom Smasher History

The Flash TV show revealed the Atom Smasher for the first time ever on Live Tv.  Here is his info.,_Inc.

Extreme Justice title before its time.

DC is a gritty multiverse.  You would think that a title called "Extreme Justice" would have been true to its name.

Not the case.

Check out the following link, and see for yourself:

Personally, I think that Extreme Justice fits better in to the current trend for books.

I think that if the book had a different cast, it would have been more popular.

Here are my recommendations for the perfect EXTREME JUSTICE Team:

1. Captain Atom ( the more recent version)

2. A Red Lantern (either Guy Gardner,  Rankorr-Jack Moore, or Bleez )

3. Crimson Avenger ( the one Geoff Johns created for his run on JSA)

4. The Spectre

5. Trantuala.

6. Lobo

7.  Nemesis. The Geoff Johns version of this character would be great.


Each of these Heroes has been extreme and would fit into the new team.

This team would also be able to handle some of DC's Nastiest villains.  I guarantee that in the right hands, this team would have great stories.

Just a thought.

More later.

To Be Continued....

Go forth and do well.