By Linda Donaldson
The turnout of 15 members this month yielded several new members and an abundance of work to discuss – six excerpts were shared! 562 more words
Hey everyone, thanks for coming back to This Old Comic. Tom here with some analysis of the Action Comics 306 main story. Again, this issue was published in November, 1963 and featured a main story (you can find the recap in our post called “Of Indestructible Wigs and Fruit Based Puns”) as well as a Supergirl backup that I’ll have a recap for tomorrow. 902 more words
There are just a handful of playoff games on the schedule today.
Not a lot to highlight other than the fact that a few Section 1 programs struggling to get traction will be getting postseason experience, which is a good thing no matter the outcome. 100 more words
John F. Kennedy is born in 1917 in Massachusetts from an Irish family. He became the youngest president and the only Catholic one. To begin, just a few important dates in his political career: in November 1946 he was elected to Congress in the House of Representative in Massachusetts, six years later in November 1952 he was elected in the Senate. 338 more words
Ahhhh, yum. Finally! A great book this May! Oops, wait, I’m getting ahead of myself!
A man intent on justice (Ronan) will go to any lengths to protect the man who is the last person standing (Seth) in what he considers his de facto family. 202 more words