A new weekly (twice weekly?) experiment: Posting a single panel from every DC Comic ever published - so long as I can find one of course, the Golden Age is bound to be spotty - in ORDER of publication, and then talking about it just a little or perhaps way too much. The first National periodical would be New Fun #1, and I couldn't find anything from it but the cover, so let's skip right ahead to New Fun #2 (March 1935, though published in January):
Kangaroo crabs? Yes, please!
Don Drake was a Flash Gordon wannabe who had very nicely drawn adventures from New/More Fun #1 to #13, but never appeared in the DCU after that. Well, I don't care about him, but those Bandars give me a lot of joy. Made me look up Clemens Gretter, at any rate, and found THIS.
Originally, I was going to talk about the DC Rebirth leak in a post called Leaky Afterbirth, but I went to the movies, came back and started working on something else, realized I was late on even researching the topic, then further realized I didn't really have anything to say, and chose to look back rather than forward. Because that's often where my joy is, y'know? You can thank me later.