If you’re a Faithful Spoilerite, you’re probably familiar with our wonderful website. As such, you’re hopefully at least aware of the Retro Reviews that I occasionally toss together out of a box of scraps that I found in a cave. In my travels throughout nearly a century of comics history, though, I often find myself gravitating towards the era from about 1966 to 1972, late Silver/early Bronze Age, an era of relevance, go-go boots, and a fascinating take on teenage slang that seems only to exist in comics, especially comics featuring any member of the Teen Titans. I’m fascinated by Green Lantern traveling America in a pickup truck, Spider-Man’s love triangle with Gwen and Mary Jane, the wild, weird things that came out of the Batman television show, and some stuff that even *I* can’t figure out. (Wham-O Giant Comics #1 has been on the Retro Review pile for nearly two years now, but it kind of boggles even my comics mind.)
The MS-QOTD (pronounced, as always, “misquoted”) reminds you that Richie Rich, Jughead, Goofy and even The President had superhero personas back in the day, asking: What era of comic/pop culture history resonates most with you and why?