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1967). New York: DC Comics. Shooter, Jim (w), and George Tuska (a). ” The Avengers #163 (Sept. 1977). New York: Marvel Comics. Shooter, Jim (w), and David Wenzel (a). ” The Avengers #177 (Nov. 1978). New York: Marvel Comics. Siegel, Jerry (w), and John Forte (a). ” Adventure Comics #304 ( Jan. 1963). New York: DC Comics. Siegel, Jerry (w), and Curt Swan (a). ” Adventure Comics #341 (Feb. 1966). New York: DC Comics. Madonna’s Birth and God’s Death Marvel Comics, the Death of God Movement, and the Religious Climate of the 1970s Nathan Gibbard The changing role of religion in Marvel comics from the 1960s to the 1970s can be seen in the juxtaposition of two of its major editors-in-chief.
Weisinger was by all accounts a vicious bully, a man who frequently berated even his most experienced creators in the most vicious of terms, always looking to strip their self-esteem for his own sadistic reasons. As Shooter muses in retrospect: People don’t believe how nasty Mort was. They think I’m exaggerating. Nah. ” He was nasty. Ask Roy Thomas, who worked for him for a couple of weeks and quit. Ask Carey [sic] Bates. I suspect he was especially tough on me. ] Nelson [Bridwell] said so. Our theory was that he was “grooming” me (with a bullwhip) for a staff position [Shooter, “I Aimed”].
I suspect he was especially tough on me. ] Nelson [Bridwell] said so. Our theory was that he was “grooming” me (with a bullwhip) for a staff position [Shooter, “I Aimed”]. Shooter soon moved into writing other titles for Weisinger along with the “Legion” strip: Superman, Action Comics, Superman’s Pal Jimmy Olsen, Captain Action and more. His ability to channel the then-popular Marvel style into a DC comic served him well, despite the terrible gauntlet he had to navigate in order to remain employed.