Listen to the Episode HERE. 1. Roscoe Kent Fawcett – the man who gave us the idea behind Captain Marvel. 2. Wilford Hamilton Fawcett – Captain Billy 3. 21 more words
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A dramatic, if misleading, cover on Flash Comics 103 (Jan. 49).
The deadly sword only appears at the very top of the story, used like the Sword of Damocles, but only for a mob boss to impress on his gang the effect his crimes are intended to have on the population, making them fear the next crime wave, uncertain of when it will hit. 217 more words
I believe the cover story, Broome and Kubert, in Flash Comics 102 (Dec. 48) was also adapted for a Silver Age Hawkman story, but I might be wrong about that. 229 more words
The Fiddler, recently introduced in the pages of All-Flash, gets a big cover appearance on Flash Comics 93 (March 1948).
The Fiddler’s hair has changed from brown to white now, so perhaps he found losing the the Flash really traumatic. 319 more words
Flash and Hawkman welcome Black Canary to Flash Comics 92 (Feb. 48). Apparently the Ghost Patrol and the Atom are not happy she has joined the book. 329 more words
Three-time Academy Award® winner Meryl Streep goes electric and takes on a whole new gig – a hard-rocking singer/guitarist – for Oscar®-winning director Jonathan Demme and Academy Award®-winning screenwriter Diablo Cody in the uplifting comedy Ricki and the Flash. 92 more words