Monday, July 8, 2013

Bring On the Back-ups: "Suddenly...the Witness Vanished!" by Maggin and Anderson

Hey, hey, hey, Groove-ophiles! Do ya dig your super-heroes tiny? Floating on leaves? Traveling back in time? Starting the San Francisco Fire? Then you're gonna flip for The Atom in "Suddenly...the Witness Vanished" by Elliot S! Maggin and Murphy Anderson from Detective Comics #432 (December 1972)...


  1. This makes a slightly OK history lesson, but I certainly wouldn't want it to be a science lesson! Don't want the students trying to weave fabric from a dwarf star ...

  2. Nice tip'o the hat to Murph's days in the Eisner studio with the ATOM letters as frames...



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