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Memory Monday

Memory Monday: The Definition of Manly

Being this confident, while standing there in a Speedo and elf boots.

titans_robin_confident(From New Teen Titans #23, Sept. 1982. Written by Marv Wolfman. Art by George Pérez and Romeo Tanghal.)

Memory Monday: Men

At first glance, you might think this panel was the beginning of an eighties-era anti-sexism dialogue. But she’s actually talking about the Holocaust.

supergirl_holocaust(From Supergirl #15, January 1984. Written by Paul Kupperberg, art by Carmine Infantino and Bob Oksner.)

Memory Monday: “Don’t Go In There!”

You’d think super-heroes would learn…

infinity_inc(From Infinity Inc. #3, June 1984. Written by Roy Thomas. Art by Jerry Ordway and Mike Machlan.)

Memory Monday: September What?

jla_228

Southern tip of Manhattan? The government touchy since “last September?”

You’d be forgiven for thinking this panel came from a post-9/11 comics. But, no. It’s from 1984.

Why is the government so touchy? Probably either this or this, both from September 1983…

(From Justice League of America #228, July 1984. Written by Gerry Conway. Art by George Tuska and Alex Nino.)

Memory Monday: Evil Red Filter

Before the age of computer coloring in comics, I thought this was the coolest effect I’d ever seen or ever would see…

evil_titans(From New Teen Titans #4, January 1985. Written by Marv Wolfman and George Pérez. Art by Pérez and Romeo Tanghal.)