Today, Americans, do your civic and public duty to Vote.
But far more importantly conduct yourself as an honorable and upright Free Man or Free Woman who needs no president, no congress, and no court upon your own best natures
For the Good and Free Man needs no real government to govern and tax him, no master to enslave and rule him, and certainly never a single corrupt criminal to deceive, domineer (domina), manipulate, and debase him.
Vote to be Free of All That, but no matter what happens make sure you become once again free of all that – even if that means you must Overthrow all of that.
Be not a coward, but a Free Man!Be an Actual American…
Batman made his first appearance when he was the cover subject of Detective Comics No. 27, published in 1939. Many characters appeared in Detective Comics. Batman has survived 75 years. MICHAEL WYKE/Tulsa World
A Batman timeline In honor of Batman’s 75th anniversary, a timeline:
1939: Batman first appears in Detective Comics No. 27 (the best-known surviving copy sold for $1,075,500 in 2010).1940: Robin debuts in Detective Comics No. 38.
1940: The Joker is unveiled when Batman graduates to his own title.
1943: Batman stars in a 15-chapter movie serial.
1966: Batman TV series begins a three-year run on ABC.
1967: Batgirl debuts in Detective Comics No. 359.
1970: Denny O’Neil and Neal Adams take Batman back to dark roots in Detective Comics No. 395.
1986: Frank Miller’s future version of an elderly Batman (“The Dark Knight Returns”) becomes a smash hit.
1988: The second Robin, Jason Todd, is killed by the Joker, thanks to a reader poll.
1989: Tim Burton’s “Batman” movie hits theaters.
1992: Female villain Harley Quinn debuts in an animated series and becomes popular with male and female fans.
1993: Bane breaks Batman’s back, forcing him to temporarily give up Bat-duties.
2005: Christopher Nolan’s critically acclaimed Batman film trilogy begins.
2006: Batman discovers he has a son, Damian.
2011: DC Comics relaunches its entire line with new No. 1 issues.
Thousands of characters, many long forgotten, were introduced to readers who plunked down dimes to buy comic books during the dawn of the industry.
Cosmo, the Phantom of Disguise?
They all appeared in a comic book series titled Detective Comics in the 1930s.
Batman first appeared in the 27th issue of Detective Comics, published in 1939. His exploits have been published continually ever since. Though the Dark Knight possesses no “real” super powers, he does have staying power…
I am really, really, really looking forward to the Argentina-Germany World Cup game.
It is almost always a great game when Argentina and Germany play. I’ll be pulling for Argentina as Argentina is an American team, and the one I typically pull for in the World Cup, and I really like Messi.
However I am the first to admit that Germany is a Monster: an Uncanny Monster.