Hello, fans of the weird! In this episode, Reggie talks about one of his favorite creators, Arnold Drake, and concentrates on a memo he wrote in 1966 to DC Comics' executives about changing their content to be more like Marvel. It's very strangely worded, so it requires a little deconstruction! Enjoy this look at a lesser-known piece of comics history, and let us know what you think!
ReMarvel, Episode 3: X-Men (vol.2) #45 (1995)
Chris is on Infinite Earths, Episode 32: Superman & Me / Me & Superman
Morituri Mondays, Episode 4 - Strikeforce: Morituri #4 (3/87)
Cosmic Treadmill ep. 144 - Uncanny X-Men #287 (1992)
ReMarvel, Episode 2: X-Men (vol.2) #8 (1992)
Reggie's Comics Stories ep. 18 - The Psychology of Collecting, Part 2 – With Chris Sheehan!
Morituri Mondays, Episode 3 - Strikeforce: Morituri #3 (2/87)
Chris is on Infinite Earths, Episode 31: Ghost World - A Tale of Two Enids
ReMarvel, Episode 1: Omega the Unknown #1 (1976)
Chris is on Infinite Earths, Episode 30: Legion of Super-Heroes (vol.4) #28 (1992)
Morituri Mondays, Episode 2 - Strikeforce: Morituri #2 (1/87)
Cosmic Treadmill Presents Comix Tawk ep. 8 - Green Lantern
Reggie's Comics Stories ep. 17 - Collecting the Kid
Morituri Mondays, Episode 1 - Strikeforce: Morituri #1 (12/86)
Cosmic Treadmill ep. 143 - Mary Worth: The Aldo Kelrast Saga
Chris is on Infinite Earths, Episode 29: Lois Lane: When it Rains, God is Crying (1986)
Cosmic Treadmill ep. 142 - DC Universe Rebirth #1 (2016)10
Chris is on Infinite Earths, Episode 28: New Teen Titans Drug Awareness Special - The Second One (1983)
Reggie's Comics Stories ep. 16 - What Happened?
Chris is on Infinite Earths, Episode 27: Adventures of Jerry Lewis #105 (1968)
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