I'd love to see King Kull, Mr.Atom & I agree the Arson Fiend. I'd love to see a more Jack Kirby version of Mr.Atom. Really huge & bulky. A true giant, like 7ft to 15 feet tall.I'm friends with Jerry Ordway. If the POS hadn't been cancelled. He was going to do a three issue story where King Kull took over the ROE. He's told me also if he ever got to do a second POS GN. He'd use King Kull, if u ever read Back Issue magazine. I interviewed Jerry in issue#20 Jan 2007. It features art I commissed Jer to do for me. Including the cover a tribute to the John Romita Sr cover to Amazing Spiderman#50.
He also did one a tribute to Thor #171 cover. But using CM in Thor's place & King Kull in the Wrecker's spot. Also featured as a splash page in that same issue. They were sort of What If POS hadn't been cancelled covers. If POS had atleast been published until issue#50.The Thor repro as issue#48's cover. If u go to Tomorrows Publishing under Back issue, back issues. You can see it there & order it if you want. I also interviewed Herb trimpe in issue#28 as well. With the Bob Layton IronMan cover Heroes Behaving Badly issue. Mike
: With the exception of Black Adam, Sivana and
: Mister Mind, here are some lesser known
: Shazam villians I would like to see.
: King Kull---- I'm surprised no one used him
: already. I thought Geoff Johns would've made
: King Kull a chief adversary of the JSA. He's
: an advanced Beastman from a primitive age
: with superior weaponry. He's potential
: waiting to happen.
: Oggar---- The wizard Shazam's disciple
: turned evil. I see him more as a personal
: villian. Oggar can takeover the Rock of
: Eternity and mess with the Marvel Family's
: Dr. Allirog--- I seen this Captain Marvel
: villian on the Shazam cartoon. Now I realize
: that Gorilla Grodd fills the void of
: superintelligent ape, but they should put a
: different spin on Allirog. Make him an
: Immortal Ape or a scientist that turned into
: a simian following a lab accident. Give him
: the power to expand his height and
: superhuman strength.
: Arson Fiend--- Bring him back!
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