* check out how many words get stuffed into the top panel of the two panel reprinted here by Bully. It's a shame to do that to Jack Kirby art, but as a kid I kind of liked how much text those 1960s Marvel comics could hold, because it made for what felt like a more substantive reading experience. That's probably a pretty shallow take on those kinds of comics, but it's one I earned at 7 years old.
* Sonia Harris writes about something very specific here that I think a number of readers of this site will recognize: giving comics to your friends over the years and what they remember and like when comics is a very tiny part of their lives but a significant part of yours. I have friends from high school that still as after Bob Burden and David Boswell, 25 years later.
* finally, Bob Temuka writes about death in superhero comics. There was a time in the 1970s just introducing these "realistic" consequences was an automatic thrill, and I think a lot of what goes on with the use of that plot point is based on pushing back against the conventional superhero narrative established in the 1940s through 1960s.