The clothes are so bad that they have to write their scary comics
In Meta-Messages, I explore the background behind it (using the term danjack of the reader) “meta message.” Meta-message is a comic book creator commenting / citing the work of another comic book / comic book creator (sometimes even in In their cartoons, every time, I will give you the background behind such a “meta message.” Here, this joke is about the creator himself!
In the latest Comic Book Legends Revealed, I discussed how Steve Engelhardt’s interview with the beast in the early 1970s turned into a furry “beast.” Interestingly, however, the same interview there was a fascinating line, about the magical men’s clothing in the mid-80s, which was very good, I just need to do this on it.
Now, please listen, for many years, I have provided Wonder Man with many difficult moments about his terrible costumes. I even made a painting crazy mode, but seeing Engelhardt’s comment on the “Christmas tree” costume made me think we should look more deeply at his worst costume and how it was teased by the comic itself!
One of the things that Steve Enghart has always worked with is the role that other writers have proposed. Many writers are not necessarily good at this because they like to do it themselves. Chris Claremont always impressed me about how much he is in sync with the characters of others. For example, Bishop was created many years after Claremont left Uncanny X-Men, but when Claremont launched X-Treme X-Men, he added Bishop to the team, and Claremont did a lot with Bishop. Perhaps more than any other writer has done to a character other than Scott Lobdell. Similarly, when Englehart took over the West Coast Avengers for the ongoing series, he was handed over to a large number of characters with lots of luggage, and he did play the bag very well.
With the magical man, the luggage is double. First, his residual fear of death (and the consequent low self-esteem is always so scary) and second, he hopes to do this in the acting career (which is why he started on the west coast of Los Angeles) the Avengers Founded).
In West Coast Avengers #2 (directed by Englehart, Al Milgrom and Kim DeMulder), Hank Pym gave the magical man an inspiring topic, and the magic man finally decided to surpass his fear and become a “man”… ..