I believe that I picked up this issue of GREEN LANTERN while on a shopping trip one Satuday. That's a pretty good, eye-catching and dramatic cover by artist Mike Grell. Grell had been a semio-regular fixture on GREEN LANTERN ever since the title came back from limbo in 1976, and his Neal Adams-influenced artwork was … Continue reading BHOC: GREEN LANTERN #110


For some reason, possibly simple inertia, I had started regularly reading SGT FURY even though I wasn't typically a fan of war comics. That was maybe all right, because SGT FURY was really only a war comic in its trappings, the way HOGAN'S HEROES was about the war. It was really a comedic super hero … Continue reading BHOC: SGT FURY #149


This next issue of IRON MAN represented the beginning of one of the most storied runs in the title's history, even though it was the second part to an adventure already in progress. And that's because this issue heralded the arrival of a pair of creators who would leave their mark on the armored Avengers, … Continue reading BHOC: IRON MAN #116