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Lana Lang takes the pith.

In issue 127 of Superboy, Lana, the brazen, red-headed hussy, broke Bee-Boy's heart.
He was never seen again, but his spirit (of the beehive) lives on.


Hi, welcome to Bee-Boy's Killer Sting, a site mostly dedicated to reviews of my favourite, and not so favourite, comics.

The Mighty World of Marvel (1972)

I've been reading comics since I was a nipper, ever since Mum bought me a copy of The Mighty World of Marvel to shut me up one Saturday morning while out shopping. It wasn't long before I was begging her for Spider-Man and The Avengers, experiencing the thrills and spills of Marvel's angsty heroes, and the delights of The Mighty Thor stick-on tattoos. I soon moved onto headier things, buying second hand comics from the porno mag stall in the High Street for 10p a time; groovy Teen Titans, hip Lois Lane, and Mod Wonder Woman were particular faves, and all of 'em, in their own delightful way, influenced my tastes in comic book reading. I love the bizarre and the kitsch, but most of all, I treasure a good comic.
Read any lately?

Supergirl 3
Terence has moments like this....

"What's the point of being a Supergirl, helping everyone, if I can't even get a date?"
A fabulously kitsch cover from the short lived Supergirl comic of the 1970's. The stories were mostly crap, but the covers were to die for.