A drawing of Etrigan for the King.
Still one of the best horror comics.
Governor Mike Rounds made a tragic mistake that day by not handing over control of the state of South Dakota to the band KISS, but hope is finally on the horizon. South Dakota has apparently caught the secession fad.
This is a great step forward in the founding of the Republic of KISS DAKOTA.
I almost forgot that today is KISS ROCK AND ROLL DAY IN SOUTH DAKOTA.
Gather with your loved ones and keep the dream of KISS DAKOTA alive in your hearts.
Album: Gold (2 of 2)
Remembering the day and keeping it holy.
I guess it’s time to light up the old batsignal once again.
We’re in 1943 now. Batman has more or less fully formed by now. We have the introductions of reoccurring C/D-list rogues Tweedledee & Tweedledum, The Crime Doctor, and my personal favorite, The Cavalier.
The Cavalier was like the Dan Hibiki of Batman rogues, arrogant, overconfident, and always getting into humorous situations while playing up his chivalry. He also had a whopping four appearances in the Golden Age. Most notable rogues outside of the Big 4(Joker, Penguin, Catwoman, Two-face) only had two.
Speaking of notable, the obscure one shot villains The Robber Baron and The Conjurer appeared this year, who got blink and you’ll miss it cameos on Batman: The Brave and The Bold, in the episode “Knights of Tomorrow”.
And before I finish up, yes, that is George Grayson, as in Dick Grayson. He’s Dick’s scheming uncle. He managed to steal custody of Dick from Bruce(which was easy, since Bruce is a shiftless playboy) and then tried to ransom him back for a million dollars. Talk about relatives.