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Or – “Faster Than A Seltzer Bottle, More Powerful Than A Rubber Chicken…” I have often pointed out that creativity is a capricious and inconsistent beastie.  Stan Lee and Jack Kirby together created the Silver Surfer (poetic stranger in a strange land), while Jack alone created The Black Racer (just plain strange).  When Siegel & Shuster abandoned DC in the mid-1940s, after selling the rights to Superman, for the princely sum of $130 bucks, they took their talents to a rival publisher to try to catch lightning in a bottle again with the adventures of Funnyman!  Your Major Spoilers (retro)

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