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ADVENTURE COMICS #485 (Sep 1981) DC Comics

cover:  George Perez
ADVENTURE COMICS #485
presents Dial "H" For Hero
Date: Sep 1981
Cover Price: $0.50
Publisher: dccomics.com

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     September 27, 2002 | Dial H for Hero in CBG
    From COMICS BUYERS GUIDE #1508 (11 Oct 02)

    ADVENTURE COMICS #485 (Sep 1981)
    DC Comics
    WHAT SHOULD GL HAVE DONE?
    published in COMICS BUYERS GUIDE #1508 (11 Oct 02)
    written by Andrew Smith

    One last comment, a non-Green Lantern one, from indefatigable Nelson Jimenez of Stamford, Conn.:

    I have to disagree with the fan's choice of "Dial H for Hero" as one of the worst series (John Genduso in CBG #1505). This title was part of the long history of DC's Adventure Comics and it featured the artwork of Carmine Infantino and covers by George Pérez. Even the great writer Harlan Ellison created a character for the series. And my major reason for not panning this title is that I created three characters (Doomster, Chondak, and Ragnarok the Cosmic Viking), for the series and they were all featured on various covers! When is the new H.E.R.O. series coming out? I just hope it's not a Vertigo title!

    [ Read more in COMICS BUYERS GUIDE #1508 (11 Oct 02) ]


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