06/11/2005: Thought for the Day:
In 1954, Fawcett Publications shut down their line of comic books due to a court ruling against the publisher resulting from a long-running plagiarism lawsuit from DC Comics (claiming that Captain Marvel was a direct "steal" of Superman). Fawcett's remaining stash of unpublished comic book stories were purchased by Charlton Comics, which they repackaged in a number of short-lived generic titles -- and it's hard to get more generic than DANGER AND ADVENTURE!
--Scott Shaw! [on the Charlton Comic book "Danger and Adventure!"]
Len on 06.11.05 @ 07:59 AM CST