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Doc Savage's oft-misunderstood "Crime College" Modern readers unanimously find Doc's Crime College pretty creepy and sinister.
It's a place where bad guys either get an operation to remove their memories, or are retrained psychologically to hate crime (exactly what the Crime College did wasn't that clear, and the hints varied on the novel). To modern eyes, the Crime College sounds like brainwashing, or a lobotomy, or both. It doesn't exactly help Doc keeps the place a secret. Doc's Crime College crops up in other places in pop culture, never taken at face value, usually to talk about how disturbing the implications of it are. The B-Mod devices in "Squadron Supreme" were based on it, as was the memory wipe for criminals on Babylon 5. I've always said the Crime College is the single most misunderstood element of the entire Doc Savage canon.
What's more, the 1920s and 1930s were defined by the shellshocked attempt to understand the hideous human evil of World War I. Bigger Than Life: The Creator of Doc Savage - Marilyn Cannaday. Superman Homepage - Image Gallery. Noteworthy Superman dates to remember...
April 1: Annette O'Toole, Lana Lang in Superman III and Martha Kent in Smallville, born in Houston, TX in 1954. April 1: Sam Huntington, Jimmy Olsen in Superman Returns, born in Peterborough, New Hampshire in 1982. April 1: Traditionally recognized as the birthday of Mr. Mxyzptlk, the Imp from the 5th dimension. April 2: Christopher Meloni, Colonel Nathan Hardy in the 2013 Man of Steel movie, born in Washington, District of Columbia in 1961. April 3: Marlon Brando, Jor-El in Superman: The Movie, born in Omaha, Nebraska in 1924.
April 5: Man of Steel premieres on HBO in the USA at 9.00pm ET/PT. April 7: Russell Crowe, Jor-El in the 2013 Man of Steel movie, born in Wellington, New Zealand in 1964. April 8: Jack O'Halloran, Non in Superman: The Movie and Superman II, born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1943. April 8: John Schneider, Jonathan Kent in Smallville, born in Mount Kisco, NY in 1960. Site officiel de Jean Giraud Moebius Official website. Jean Giraud (Moebius) From Blueberry's Stardom, by Jean Giraud, 1994 Jean Giraud lives one of the most interesting double lives in comics history.
Under his own name, he is the artist of the legendary 'Blueberry' western series, and under the pseudonym of Moebius, he is one of the most innovative artists of the 20th century. After having followed several art studies since a very young age, like at the School of Applied Arts in Paris, Giraud drew his first comics and illustrations for Far-West ('Frank et Jérémie'), Sitting-Bull, Fripounet et Marisette, Âmes Vaillantes and Coeurs Vaillants in the mid-1950s.
Juanita (Ames Vaillantes, 25/5/1958) He served his military service in Algeria, where he collaborated on the army magazine '5/5 Forces Françaises'. Blueberry - Le Cheval de Fer (1970) When Jean-Michel Charlier offered Jijé the scenario for a new western series, Jijé proposed Giraud as the artist and 'Blueberry' was born. Blueberry - Nez Cassé (1980) Jim Cutlass www.jeangiraudmoebius.fr. Ediciones Impresas Milenio. CHARLES BERLIN.