The 70s for sure.
to me 1961-62 is one of my favorite periods, the DC line was in full swing with lots of silver age goodness and Marvel was just getting revved up.
Tomorrow is the most important thing in life. Comes into us at midnight very clean. It's perfect when it arrives and it puts itself in our hands. It hopes we've learned something from yesterday.
Also have a fondness for his adaptations of Dracula and fritz lang's m.
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I Love the Seventies books, but i didn't really start reading comics until late 78 early 79 some my best years of reading were just ahead of me. Getting back issues and then Perez JLA, New Teen Titans and Legion, All-Star Squadron and later X-men and New Mutants.
"Hang on Lady... We go for a RIDE!" - Shorty to Willie Scott.Best movie line from Indiana Jones & the Temple Of Doom
When I .... how do you say (?) .... think of my mindframe on this spaceplane, I'm Skywalker with my X-Wing like I was when I was a kid.
This is very arbitrary, but for me I think 1986 was it. Very influential time for me. THe Dark Knight, John Byrne's Hulk run and his Man of Steel are the tops I can remember. I also think this was when I really got hooked into Legion of Superheroes. Crisis was coming to a conclusion. I just remember that being a very cool time.
Last week The National Native American Museum celebrated its 25th anniversary. It was then relocated to Oklahoma to make room for the new Christopher Columbus Museum.
1984. Mars, Grimjack, the first time I saw the Eagle Dredd compilations.
>I can't help but feel that super hero comics suffered quite the blow with all of the deconstruction
I agree, and I think it's 'cos that was when the formula was "perfected." It wasn't the deconstruction specificly that was the problem; it was that everybody who did superheroes went that route.