Show your work.
From the tabloid-sized DC Limited Collector’s Edition C-22 (1973).
It’s been long established Jennifer Walters has always gotten more than the usual kick out of fisticuffs and the Sentry cuts a fine figure so who can blame a girl for getting all enthusiastic, but…
Oh, and it doesn’t matter what font you write it in, Earth-8009 will always look like Earth-BOOB at first glance.
Images from Savage She-Hulk #4 (September 2009), only one was manipulated. Guess which one.
Before Rick Marshall met his terrible end by bouncing off the steep walls of the Grand Canyon he made a few detours through time and space courtesy of the same rip in the fabric of the universe our favorite World War 1 era puppy Schatzi fell through way back in Star Spangled War Stories #148.
Who loves a retcon? That’s right, we all do! When a retcon is mashed-up with a cross-over then it is like Blogiversary in July!
Yep, I started this site on this date back in July 2005. Or was it 1992? You never know with a retcon!
Thanks to all those who linked, read, supported, critiqued, ignored, picked-apart and gave advice over the years.
If I left anyone out it is because I suck but rest assured I appreciate all you did, even that one mean guy I won’t mention, because whatever little I do is better because of it.
Here is some comic book trivia to impress your friends with: In the 1960s revival of Green Lantern, the character that helped usher in the Silver Age of Comics the author of the series (Presumably John Broome) named the planet headquarters of the Green Lantern Corps as Oa, which is situated at the center of the fictional DC universe.
Why John Broome chose that combination rather than make up a silly alien barely-pronounceable word can only be speculated but it is likely that the name of Oa was created by placing together the number Zero and the letter A, with the number and letter being pronounced in the long form as “Oh-Ah”.
This was probably no accident. The name is derived from the physical coordinates of the planet, being at the center of the universe, that of Zero/A. It’s really clever and obvious on the part of the creative team and I feel embarrassed to realize that if I ever read about or figured out the origin of the name of the planet before this I subsequently forgot all about it.