Green Lantern #123: The Doors- Break On Through.
The Blood Syndicate #10: Onyx-Slam! (hat.)
Only made that jump b/c Milestones history of musical references especially hip-hop & the comic was released 93-94’ Slam debuted in 93’.
I love that from frame to frame (artist to artist?) the KMFDM logo goes off center to just be “KMF” or some such.
I know lol. I was going with it with just the top pic. That bottom one didn’t come in for many panels later. I was like…oh ty for that cuz I was sure. But I didn’t really have anything to prove it b4 I saw that bottom panel. I kept saying KMFDM is gonna rock ya’ in my head lol.
My brain always goes for DOING IT AGAIN.
Maybe the KMF shirts were just ahead of their time. (There’s a song KMF on their latest album.) Probably a result of Zero Hour?
Legends of the Dark Knight #3: The Paul McCartney Project- Those Were the Days. Or All in The Family Theme song (probably I’m thinking?).
A page from Batman and the Outsiders #27 (1985), the conclusion of the team’s first battle with Kobra. During the story, Halo attempts to “find herself” after learning her true origin: she was actually born an Aurakle. As this page shows, Halo accepts that she is now human and has her whole life ahead of her.
The song “Material Girl” is mentioned in the last panel. IIRC, Mike W. Barr later explained the song reference in a letter column, simply suggesting that Halo is now a (then) modern '80s woman.
You don’t think Kyle’s a Gene Autry fan?