As a former Paper Boy, I can vouch for the magical quality of fresh ink hot off the press. Quick ! After that truck !
You might think that DC truck is filled with hundreds of comics, but actually...it's just one giant 400 DC pound comic...they didn't sell well, so they discontinued those. Crazy 70's!
...I meant '400 pound DC comic'... heh heh, urg.
Its ok, Apocolyte! I didn't even notice! :)
For my reply, imagine a beautifully drawn Win Mortimer panel, showing you walking away, and a close-up of me in profile, looking after you, smoke wafting up from my flaming eyes, a bubbling tear starts to trickle down my cheek as I say, "That's the...sniff...trouble, Jacque -- no one EVER notices me! --sob!--In the very next panel I throw myself under the DC truck.But, it's okay, they bring me back again in issue #147.
Phew! Good thing they bring you back, Apocolyte -- I was worried! You are hilarious!!!
Doesn't that look like Superman on panel left?
He does a tad -- I guess its the little curl!
Sequential Crush is a blog devoted to preserving the memory of romance comic books and the creative teams that published them throughout the 1960s and 1970s.