Tuesday, July 5, 2022

CRJ #085 - June 2022

Professor Alan's Comic Book Reading Journal #085

June 2022

So what comics did Professor Alan read last month? How many were from cheap bins? And how many focused on barbarians, spies, and other similar characters, as part of #AdventureComicsMonth? Listen to the episode AND FIND OUT!!!

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  1. Sounds like a great month of comics.

    As I have told you, I have come a bit full circle on Supergirl's death in Crisis. At the time I was pretty irate that the folks at DC would think she was expendable.

    However, since her return to the DCU and her presence therein (both in comics as well as other media - a tv show, DCSHG), I think it is great that her character history has such a defining moment, such a legacy. I mean, she comes within a cat's whisker of defeating the Anti-Monitor on her own! And let's face it, the image people think of when you mention COIE is the cover to #7. She died a hero there, sacrificing herself to save Superman and the multiverse. I can deal with that.

    As for RIVERDALE, how about "Registered Intelligent Vicious Erudite Roguish Determined Agents Lacking Ethics'