Just got back from the club and I’m totally debating waiting up for my roommate, oh wait, she’s back. I wasn’t sure if she’d spend the night with the dancing Frenchman and damn can Frenchie dance! 331 more words
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Time machines tend to be spherical in the DC Universe, and the one invented in the Starman story in Adventure 71 (Feb 42) fits the mold perfectly. 314 more words
The Light returns, but of course the cover to Adventure 65 (Aug 41) does not reflect this. Why would it?
After reports of ships losing control of their ability to steer and being rammed against each other, Starman heads out to sea to investigate, and finds a giant submersible laboratory. 131 more words
The cover of Adventure 63 (June 41) clearly represents the story in Issue 62. A shrunken Starman taking on The Light. For reasons clear only to them, it was not unusual in the 1940s for comic book covers to represent stories that appeared in other issues. 97 more words
Starman faces off against The Light in Adventure 62 (May 41), a mad scientist who has developed a shrinking ray. Burnley’s art is even better on this issue than on the previous one, and though the Light is simply a balding bearded man in a white coat, he looks far more menacing than most of the villains that have appeared in this book so far. 198 more words
JM Couture was launched in the summer of 2009 in Chicago as a t-shirt company to support Jim Mullin’s music project, “The Light” and other music projects featured on MTV. 279 more words