M: Justice League of America v.1 #22 (September 1963), art by Murphy Anderson
R: Tom Strong #12 (June 2001), art by Chris Sprouse, Al Gordon, and Carrie Strachan
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And finally, something I wish I had been able to make work....The point, right near the end of the film, was to show that love is a factor everywhere in the worldeven in the most extreme circumstances. But in the end, we were juggling so many balls at this point of the film, that we had to drop this one.Sniff. Also note 2)...thought I'd forgot about number 2, didn't you? 2) the empty desk in front of the poster (the woman in blue is leaning over to steal a pencil from the absent owner of the desk). The desk belongs to Sarah (Laura Linney), who we'll meet in a wee bit. Why isn't she at work today? She's at a wedding, and in a moment, we will be too, after a brief interlude and introduction to Jack (Martin Freeman) and Judy (Joanna Page)...
...Behind every film ever made is another film...deleted.