Comic Book Legends Revealed #717

Welcome to the seven hundred and seventeenth in a series of examinations of comic book legends and whether they are true or false.

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Was X-23 Nearly Permanently Stuck Physically at Age 13?

Did Mark Gruenwald Set Up Captain America’s Cure for Mark Waid’s Run?

How Roy Thomas Nearly Quit Marvel Over Not Brand Echh #1

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Comic Book Legends Revealed #716

Welcome to the seven hundred and sixteenth in a series of examinations of comic book legends and whether they are true or false.

Each part of this week’s legends has their own link.

When Did We Learn Daredevil Was Catholic?
Was There Nearly a Brand-New Guardians of the Galaxy in 1990?

The Odd Delay of Carl Barks’ First Published Interview

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Comic Book Legends Revealed #715

Welcome to the seven hundred and fifteenth in a series of examinations of comic book legends and whether they are true or false.

Each part of this week’s legends has their own link.

Did Marvel Kill Wonder Man Because DC Threatened to Sue?

How Spider-Man’s Honeymoon Squelched a Long-Awaited Spider-Man Story

The Subterfuge Fans Used to Learn Carl Barks’ Identity

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Comic Book Legends Revealed #714

Welcome to the seven hundred and fourteenth in a series of examinations of comic book legends and whether they are true or false.

Each part of this week’s legends has their own link.

Did Aquaman Almost Kill Black Manta In His 1991 Series?

Did Alan Moore Change A Watchmen Plot Point to Avoid Offending People?

Why Did the Flash’s Supporting Cast Not Carry Over to Mark Waid’s Run?

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Comic Book Legends Revealed #713

Welcome to the seven hundred and thirteenth in a series of examinations of comic book legends and whether they are true or false.

Each part of this week’s legends has their own link.

Was Mera Nearly Killed Off in the 1989 Aquaman Series?

The Origin of the Oddest Legion Reject, Arm-Fall-Off Boy

Did Spider-Man’s ‘TV Terror’ Become the Prowler?

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Comic Book Legends Revealed #712

Welcome to the seven hundred and twelfth in a series of examinations of comic book legends and whether they are true or false.

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How Did Dark Knight Returns End in Miller’s Original Plot?

Were Sachs and Violens Intended as Hulk Characters?

Does Michael Golden Never Sign His Artwork?

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Comic Book Legends Revealed #711

Welcome to the seven hundred and eleventh in a series of examinations of comic book legends and whether they are true or false.

Each part of this week’s legends has their own link.

Steve Ditko’s Mystery Christmas Comics!

A Carl Barks Christmas Classic Banned For Decades?

Did Power Girl Almost Star in the Deadman/Supergirl X-Mas Classic?

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Were Sesame Street’s Bert and Ernie Named After It’s a Wonderful Life?

Here is the latest in a series of examinations into urban legends about TV and whether they are true or false. Click here to view an archive of the TV urban legends featured so far.

TV URBAN LEGEND: Sesame Street’s Bert and Ernie were named after George Bailey’s two best friends in It’s a Wonderful Life.

In the Christmas classic, It’s a Wonderful Life, George Bailey’s two best friends are Bedford Falls’ town cop, Bert (played by Ward Bond) and the town cabbie, Ernie (Frank Faylen)….

As you all know by now, two of the most popular Muppets on Sesame Street are the two best friends, Bert and Ernie…

Naturally, over the years, people have assumed that the Sesame Street characters were named after the It’s a Wonderful Life characters. You see this all the time, even from Sesame Street produces.

But is it true?
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Comic Book Legends Revealed #710

Welcome to the seven hundred and tenth in a series of examinations of comic book legends and whether they are true or false.

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Was Funky Flashman Not Originally Based on Stan Lee?

Did We Nearly Get A Morrison/Quitely Silver Surfer?

Which Justice League America Team Members Were Originally Meant for Justice League Europe?

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Comic Book Legends Revealed #709

Welcome to the seven hundred and ninth in a series of examinations of comic book legends and whether they are true or false.

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Did Alex Toth Really Hang Julius Schwartz Out a Window?

Was Iris West-Allen Nearly Killed in the Flash in 1967?

The Surprising ‘Red Dawn’-Like Origin of the Guardians of the Galaxy

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