Happy 75th Anniversary, Hawkman!

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Happy 75th Anniversary, Hawkman!

Post by tony ingram on Thu Nov 27, 2014 8:37 am

Just because I completely forgot that Carter Hall also first appeared in Flash Comics #1...




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Re: Happy 75th Anniversary, Hawkman!

Post by MajorHoy on Thu Nov 27, 2014 6:10 pm

I wonder what may have reminded you?  Wink

(By the way, Johnny Thunder and The Whip also appeared in that first issue.)







(I don't know that much about Cliff Cornwall, though.
Doesn't look like he was around for more than year or two.)

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Re: Happy 75th Anniversary, Hawkman!

Post by tony ingram on Thu Nov 27, 2014 6:20 pm

MajorHoy wrote:I wonder what may have reminded you?  Wink
Well, you did.

(By the way, Johnny Thunder and The Whip also appeared in that first issue.)
Yes, but it's a bit late to be apportioning blame for them... Razz








(I don't know that much about Cliff Cornwall, though.
Doesn't look like he was around for more than year or two.)
I have it on good authority that Cliff Cornwall, disillusioned by the lukewarm reaction to his exploits as an adventurer, eventually gave it up and became a highly successful insurance salesman in Keystone City. The market really opened up after all those super villains arrived!

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Re: Happy 75th Anniversary, Hawkman!

Post by Mbast1 on Fri Dec 05, 2014 8:40 pm

tony ingram wrote:I have it on good authority that Cliff Cornwall, disillusioned by the lukewarm reaction to his exploits as an adventurer, eventually gave it up and became a highly successful insurance salesman in Keystone City. The market really opened up after all those super villains arrived!

I'd bet being an insurance salesman in ANY universe with superbeings would suck. Who would insure anything when it could be knocked down in so many ways?

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Re: Happy 75th Anniversary, Hawkman!

Post by tony ingram on Fri Dec 05, 2014 10:04 pm

Mbast1 wrote:
tony ingram wrote:I have it on good authority that Cliff Cornwall, disillusioned by the lukewarm reaction to his exploits as an adventurer, eventually gave it up and became a highly successful insurance salesman in Keystone City. The market really opened up after all those super villains arrived!

I'd bet being an insurance salesman in ANY universe with superbeings would suck. Who would insure anything when it could be knocked down in so many ways?
There's probably a universal get-out clause. Act of Metahuman, or something.

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