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"I had learned a few orca calls while recording Corky’s false labor, but the sound Corky repeated the night she lost her baby was new to me. This wasn’t a sweet rising and falling riff. This was a strident, guttural, and urgent, like a dog yelping at the end of a chain. After…
If you don’t think I’m cute you are a) wrong and b) very wrong
Throwback Thursday to how hot I looked last Thursday
By the early 50s most mainstream super hero comics weren’t selling well at all. One of the few exceptions was DC’s Superboy, like Captain Marvel, Superboy focused on a teenager with superpowers. He also had run-ins with bullies and girls, which kept the title popular among it’s young readers. Plus the fact that the books were about Superman’s adventures as a boy helped too.
SUPERBOY #6 (Feb. 1950)
Cover Art by Al Plastino