Just noticed these dupes...This probably happened because The Metal Men series is split due to a 3 year publishing hiatus, issues 1-41 (1963 vol) and #42-56 (1973 vol). The submitter probably didn't notice the issues were already on the site in the other volume.
"Not bad, not bad. [: haven't heard of him, so I'll definately look forward to seeing him as Harry if it turns out to be true. Anton resembles Harry atleast.
He certainly has a way with the ladies ...
I don't think he's an unknown.
I liked him in Alpha Dog (Where this image is from) but it seems like he's popping up in way too many remakes or reboots or sequels in iconic roles made famous by other actors. He's the new Charley Brewster in the (unnecessary) Fright Night remake as well.
Since the 1970's I have always pronounced "Kamandi", "KaMANdi", not "KaMONdi", either I was saying it wrong for 35 years or Babs is saying it wrong. What is the correct pronounciation? Even G-Man says, "Ka-MAN-di, very confusing.
Great review, I passed on the single "issues" of this, because I knew they were going to somehow trade it but loved the art in them. I'm a huge fan of retro DC and this has it. It's got a pricey cover but looks worth it.
I was born in the early 70's and I love both the Batman: Brave & The Bold (The series & especially the comic version) as well as his darker incarnations. I was exposed to a lot of the campy comics back in the 70's then the revamped Neal Adams & Marshall Rogers versions so I guess that's why TBATB appeals to me as well as the darker stuff. I'm sure this is like that for a lot of fans born in the late 60's early 70's. There will always be both versions of Batman for kids and adults cause some adults still dig the cartoony stuff as well.