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Memory Monday

Memory Monday: True Fantasy

Truthfully, it’s more the words “spacious Manhattan dwelling” than the floating, glowing brain that makes this a work of fantasy.

all-star_manhattan(From All-Star Squadron #19, March 1983. Written by Roy Thomas. Art by Jerry Ordway.)

Memory Monday: Perfect Batman

This page is pretty much a perfect representation of what I loved about Batman and Robin as a kid — the mysterious disappearance, the frightening reappearance, the banter, the goofily-masked villains.

batman_robin(From Detective Comics #553, August 1985. Written by Doug Moench. Art by Klaus Janson.)

Memory Monday: Super-Hero Faux Pas

Oh, Flash… Don’t you know you should always invite your teammates to your wedding? Otherwise, they’ll just gossip about you in the satellite headquarters.

flash_wedding(From Flash #323, July 1983. Written by Cary Bates. Art by Carmine Infantino and Rodin Rodriguez.)

Superman Visits Earth-Prime

For those of you who don’t know, Earth-Prime is our world…

superman on earth prime(From DC Comics Presents #87, November 1985. Written by Elliot S! Maggin. Art by Curt Swan and Al Williamson.)

Memory Monday: Tell, Don’t Show

I saw this in a comic book store over Christmas weekend and I just had to buy it…

superboy_cover

(From Superboy #108, October 1963. Art by Curt Swan.)