So Doc has decided to fiddle with Platinum again… this is going to be another full pager, actually. Just too good…
As our story wraps, please see another example of why Iris/Barry are greater than Carol/Hal.
So Flash and GL have their powers back, and are facing down Major Disaster. It’s all been building to this, folks!
I bet you can’t wait for this… Stop teasing and tell us.
G-d Bless Hal and his clearly damaged brain… Yeah, that kinda doesn’t change the fact that you told him the ID in the first place, Hal! Yeah, you Eskimo Greasemonkey, you. He’s only Human (implying what ‘zactly?). How was he supposed to realize that someone might use the big book full of his secrets against […]
Here’s a perfect example of why Iris West will always be more awesome than Carol Ferris. Iris: Big deal. I love you for you. Carol: What? No powers!? Sigh. Okay, I’ll settle.
If you thought Major Disaster’s plan was convoluted before…
Don’t worry kids, the mean ol’ girls just wanted to yenta with each other.
Doc decides the best way to fix the Metal Men is to destroy them. DO NOT QUESTION THE MAGNUS BRAIN!
Issue 11 of the Metal Men recaps issue 10 (where they alloy) but leaves something out.
Show of hands… who didn’t see (pardon the pun) this coming?
I loved the Crimson Avenger. Sure, the “hero pretending to be a criminal” angle, color theme, and even Asian sidekick were basically lifted from the Green Hornet (which I am hoping I have seen the movie of as of this writing), but it was a fun comic. Especially refreshing was the way that Wing, his […]
Hal’s not to blame. It’s mind control, you see.
In GL 37, Hal is hypnotized into being the unwilling informant for some spies. Easy though, right? Just use the ring and un-hypnotize yourself!
This reminds me of any generic cop movie, but in a good way:
Here’s something we see a lot in the Golden Age, and to a lesser extent in the Silver Age: A hero suddenly developing a power he’s never had, to get out of a specific situation. Nine times out of ten, that power never shows up again (see – Wonder Woman’s gills, Superman’s shapeshifting, or the […]
I picked on Shining Knight the last few days, so today I’m gonna take a poke at another of “Law’s Legionnaires” (aka the 7 Soldier’s of Justice, who were really 8, or would have been if they’d counted the colored fellow) – the Vigilante.
I’m gonna end this today even if it maims me.
I just love this issue so much…
Chapter three totally rips us off by not having an awesome title. Instead, it just has a massive car wreck.
How’s that for an awesome title?
Remember how I was commenting about how some heroes seem to always let their attractive female arch-foes (what is plural of “nemesis” anyway?) escape after hurting people?
Tex Thomson, aka Mr. America, already has one of the most interesting ways of entering a room (he throws a red, white, and blue feather into the room, then once someone notices it –which likely takes quite a bit – he whistles Yankee Doodle. Really.), he also had what may be the most pimped out […]
Why’s it even called a Gravity Rod, anyway?
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