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It's by Charles “Teenie” Harris. Wonder what the dog is thinking.
Here's a story on Harris.
What would be his first move?
You doubtless came across the name Carmine Infantino. He has died.
You might want to Google him and read a few of the obits written about the man behind The Flash, among others.
A) Archie's dry wit. B) His hair grid. C) He drove a very small truck. D) The thing is, neither girl was all that bright. E) They were just using Archie to get to Jughead. F) Archie's muscular, nippleless torso. G) Other.
Wouldn't it be fun to take a look at a bunch of newspaper headlines as depicted in Silver Age comic books?
I thought I had come upon an original idea for online inquiry here. But it turns out others had beat me to it. Well, at least that made finding pictures pretty easy.
In this photo released by Heritage House Auctions, a copy of “Detective Comics #27” with the first appearance of Batman is shown. Originally purchased by a 13-year old Robert Irwin in 1939 for 10 cents, the comic was sold to an anonymous collector for $492,937 today by Heritage Auctions in Dallas. (AP Photo/Heritage Auctions)
Question: Which comic books did you collect as a kid?