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Tag Archives: Bernard Baily
Jim Corrigan lives again!
When DC Comics kicked off the third volume of THE SPECTRE in 1992, creators John Ostrander and Tom Mandrake gave a nod to the title character’s creators — writer Jerry Siegel and artist Bernard Baily. It’s unfortunate that Baily’s name … Continue reading
A particularly eerie panel (by Golden Age standards) featuring one of the Spectre’s ghostly enemies.
Even though they are best known for the creation of Superman, Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster were responsible for many more strips and features for DC Comics — many of which are still in use today as part of DC’s … Continue reading