History Comicbook / JimmyOlsen

19th Sep '17 2:38:59 AM Doug86
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* TheLoad: In [[UsefulNotes/TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks the silver age]]; [[ComicBook/PostCrisis modern]] comics have managed to avert this to an extent, by making him a closer friend of Clark Kent's than Superman's. And probably his most competent incarnation was during [[Creator/JackKirby Jack Kirby's]] [[TheBronzeAgeofComicBooks Bronze Age]] run on the title, when he became an adventurer in his own right, with his own team of sidekicks.

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* TheLoad: In [[UsefulNotes/TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks the silver age]]; [[ComicBook/PostCrisis modern]] comics have managed to avert this to an extent, by making him a closer friend of Clark Kent's than Superman's. And probably his most competent incarnation was during [[Creator/JackKirby Jack Kirby's]] [[TheBronzeAgeofComicBooks [[UsefulNotes/TheBronzeAgeofComicBooks Bronze Age]] run on the title, when he became an adventurer in his own right, with his own team of sidekicks.
28th Apr '17 3:19:12 AM HelloLamppost
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* MythologyGag: Most of Jimmy's nutty SilverAge transformations had, of course, been retconned away by the Crisis On Infinite Earths; but one Post Crisis story shows him getting kidnapped by Darkseid's two nutty biologists, Simyan and Mokkari, who gleefully chatter away about how much they always enjoy inflicting ridiculous transformations on Jimmy, implying this has happened many times before, just because they're jerks.

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* MythologyGag: Most of Jimmy's nutty SilverAge Silver Age transformations had, of course, been retconned away by the Crisis On Infinite Earths; but one Post Crisis story shows him getting kidnapped by Darkseid's two nutty biologists, Simyan and Mokkari, who gleefully chatter away about how much they always enjoy inflicting ridiculous transformations on Jimmy, implying this has happened many times before, just because they're jerks.
28th Apr '17 3:19:00 AM HelloLamppost
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* MythologyGag: Most of Jimmy's nutty SilverAge transformations had, of course, been retconned away by the Crisis On Infinite Earths; but one Post Crisis story shows him getting kidnapped by Darkseid's two nutty biologists, Simyan and Mokkari, who gleefully chatter away about how much they always enjoy inflicting ridiculous transformations on Jimmy, implying this has happened many times before, just because they're jerks.
28th Apr '17 3:13:59 AM HelloLamppost
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** Jimmy and the ''[[GeniusLoci city of Metropolis itself]]'' once fell in love, after Brainiac's nanites accidentally made the city itself sentient.

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** Jimmy and the ''[[GeniusLoci city of Metropolis itself]]'' once fell in love, after Brainiac's nanites accidentally made the city itself sentient. (It didn't affect the people, thankfully!)
28th Apr '17 3:12:55 AM HelloLamppost
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** Jimmy and the ''[[GeniusLoci City of Metropolis itself]]'' once fell in love, after Brainiac's nanites accidentally made the city itself sentient.

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** Jimmy and the ''[[GeniusLoci City city of Metropolis itself]]'' once fell in love, after Brainiac's nanites accidentally made the city itself sentient.
28th Apr '17 3:12:35 AM HelloLamppost
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** Jimmy and the ''[[GeniusLoci City of Metropolis itself]]'' once fell in love, after Brainiac's nanites accidentally made the city itself sentient.
28th Apr '17 3:11:05 AM HelloLamppost
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* TheLoad: In [[UsefulNotes/TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks the silver age]]; [[ComicBook/PostCrisis modern]] comics have managed to avert this to an extent, by making him a closer friend of Clark Kent's than Superman's. Still, probably his most competent incarnation was during Jack Kirby's run on the title, when he became an adventurer in his own right, with his own team of sidekicks.

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* TheLoad: In [[UsefulNotes/TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks the silver age]]; [[ComicBook/PostCrisis modern]] comics have managed to avert this to an extent, by making him a closer friend of Clark Kent's than Superman's. Still, And probably his most competent incarnation was during [[Creator/JackKirby Jack Kirby's Kirby's]] [[TheBronzeAgeofComicBooks Bronze Age]] run on the title, when he became an adventurer in his own right, with his own team of sidekicks.
28th Apr '17 3:10:01 AM HelloLamppost
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* TheLoad: In [[UsefulNotes/TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks the silver age]]; [[ComicBook/PostCrisis modern]] comics have managed to avert this to an extent, by making him a closer friend of Clark Kent's than Superman's.

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* TheLoad: In [[UsefulNotes/TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks the silver age]]; [[ComicBook/PostCrisis modern]] comics have managed to avert this to an extent, by making him a closer friend of Clark Kent's than Superman's. Still, probably his most competent incarnation was during Jack Kirby's run on the title, when he became an adventurer in his own right, with his own team of sidekicks.
28th Apr '17 3:08:00 AM HelloLamppost
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** A [[BlobMonster blob]] (when said Elastic Lad formula worked wrong). With an embarrassed grin and freckles.

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** A [[BlobMonster blob]] (when said the Elastic Lad formula worked wrong). With an embarrassed grin and freckles.
28th Apr '17 3:07:40 AM HelloLamppost
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** A RubberMan (see NeverBeAHero).
** A [[BlobMonster blob]] (when said Rubber Man formula worked wrong). With an embarrassed grin and freckles.

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** A RubberMan named Elastic Lad (see NeverBeAHero).
** A [[BlobMonster blob]] (when said Rubber Man Elastic Lad formula worked wrong). With an embarrassed grin and freckles.
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