Monday, June 19, 2017

Dynamo and Green Lantern




I have always been interested with Dynamo and the rest of the T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents.  They seem to attract a lot of talented artists and writers to work on their tales.  Frankly though, I never really know where to start with them.  Their adventures seem to have been started and stopped so many times over the years, I am a little confused as to what the "official" stories are and what is better to just skip over.


7 comments:

Glenn Host said...

No company will leave continuity alone anymore. Everyone including movie writers have "better ideas".

Anonymous said...

About the only thing the various later authors have agreed on is the canonicity of the Tower Comics stories.

Emsley Wyatt said...

That ship bears a striking resemblance to a classic UFO model kit.

Bob Buethe said...

Wally Wood did ink Gil Kane's pencils for one issue in Green Lantern #69. The story wasn't all that great, but the art was fantastic.

Anonymous said...

You're to be congratulated, Ross. The closest that GL and the Agents of T.H.U.N.D.E.R. ever came to meeting before this was in the pages of "Thunderbunny" published (at that time) by Warp Graphics' Apple Comics imprint!*

*TB met the agents in #11, which was six issues after meeting some DC analogs at the Rutland, VT, Halloween Parade.

Kid Charlemagne said...

The phrase "Moons of Mogo" made me think of the phrase "Moons of Meepzor (Meebzor?)" from The Coneheads, of classic Saturday Night Live fame.

I don't know if any Coneheads comics exist, but if they do, how about Scully & Mulder from The X-Files discover the existence of the Coneheads? ^_^

Cary Comic said...

I second Kid Charlemagne's motion. That would definitely be a first, here. :-)

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