If you were a kid in the 70s’s, you might have seen a TV show called Space: 1999. If you weren’t, it’s likely you never heard of it. It was dark and gloomy and generally slow-moving, with two stars who managed to be technically famous without being
Even though I wouldn’t lay eyes on it until it was reprinted in the early 70s, the bizarre tale of the Super-Moby Dick of Space fist hit newsstands in March of 1965. When I finally did get around to reading it, it left a whale of an impression. Ahem.
Fifty years ago this month, fans of Marvel Comics’ Daredevil (assuming there were any) found a surprise on the cover of issue #7: a whole new look for the world’s greatest blind superhero courtesy of artist Wally Wood. Daredevil had been launched the year before
Well, I guess it happens to all of us sooner or later (if we’re lucky): this is the year I hit the big 5-0. No doubt the AARP literature is already on its way to my mailbox. Rather than count the lines on my face