“Wow–who are these characters?” said a friend of mine when I showed her the cover. They’re nobody in particular, of course. But that’s the way most romance comics worked, and in 1968, there were a ton of them. Besides Falling in Love, DC was publishing Girls’ Love Stories, Girls’ Romances, Heart Throbs, Secret Hearts, Young Love and Young Romance–the last of those was the romance comic that reached the highest issue count, finally giving up the ghost with #208 in 1975.
Spinning directly out of INVINCIBLE IRON MAN! New mission! New armor! New Iron Man! Lt. Col. James Rhodes is War Machine… the single most advanced one-man weapon of conventional combat. But wars aren’t fought?
Luke will reportedly play Gabe Jones, of the elite World War II Howling Commandos squad. That’s what a “reliable source” tells BlackFilm.
I’m proud of James Jean and his accomplishment in doing this show. It’s in him and it’s great to see this happen. It’ll only go up more from here. Amazing art by a great artist. I can’t wait to see more.
Last month Amazon.com announced that for the first time in history ebook sales outperformed paperbacks. “So what?” you say, “What has that got to do with comic books?” How long do you think it will be before Amazon perfects a color version of the Kindle? The T1000 model is coming to kill you from the future.
Alan Moore on The Tube in 1987. Interviewed by Paula Yates.
Biggest event of the year from DC. 15 mini-series. Male creators: 46. Female creators: 1
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