Sorry about that accidental early posting. You’ll have to somehow find the will power to wait until tomorrow to read the full list of my League of Big-Heads.
Comic books and singer-songwriters from the late ’60s/early ’70s.
And here, Greg Hatcher was kind enough to put them together in one blog post recalling a funny conversation of several comic book creators and professionals debating Superman’s inclusion in the chorus of Jim Croce‘s hit from 1972, “You Don’t Mess Around with Jim”.
I disagree with the opening statement that the chorus doesn’t make sense, and thus I basically disagree with the entire premise of the conversation, but it’s still very amusing and sounds like approximately a million conversations I’ve had with friends.