Back in 1996, you could call anyone as long as you’ve subscribed to two DC Comics titles:
And as long as you didn’t want to talk for more than five minutes, that is.
Seriously? A five minute pre-paid phonecard is something worth touting as an incentive to subscribing to two titles?
Any of my American visitors want to try ringing (516) 756-0350 and letting me know what happens . . . ?
But look – Conner, Wally and Kyle! The 90s weren’t all bad.
Ah, casual sexism in the 1960s, from Justice League of America #66.
Where else would you see one of the most powerful and iconic female heroes reduced to a home organising shrew complete with apron and feather duster?
As an aside, what the hell is a “psonic computer“?
There I was yesterday, catching up on the blogs I follow, when I saw this post over at Dale’s blog. Long time readers might recognise Dale as being the most prolific commenter here, and also supplied the script for Boy Wonders Part 2. He has a good thing going with skits using action figures but the latest one I linked to . . . * sigh * . . . he’s using a Lego character, and I had to respond . . .
Power Girl’s right – Hal is an idiot.
Hope you like it, Dale!
This is a genuine ad from 1977 where DC were touting stories “featuring the mightiest heroes of our time!”
I’ve blurred the list of names and the cover of the comic.
Before you click the read more link below, take a guess at which five heroes (because of course they’re all men, this was the 70s after all) will star in this comic. I’ll give you a clue – Superman wasn’t one of them.
Have your guesses ready . . .
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