: On "another board", I asked about an
: early version of Carter Hall's mask/helmet,
: but not only couldn't I find an example,
: nobody knew what I was talking about.
: We know what the "traditional"
: Hawkman mask looks like, with the wings
: "open" as they come off the sides.
: I saw a VERY old story where the helmet
: wings were depicted as very small, and
: pretty much closed and sort of sitting
: horizontal along the side of his head.
: The odd part was the story had been a
: multi-parter, different sections done by
: different artists, and sometimes the helmet
: wings were done the tradiational way, other
: times as I describe above.
: And the different panels involved were
: supposed to be moments apart, so Carter
: hadn't switched masks.
: Later, I heard of or read a retcon that said
: the helmet wings could move (for some
: reason) and that's why they sometimes looked
: one way, sometimes another.
: I don't recall what the explanation was, and
: can't find an image of the smaller, closed
: wings to explain what I'm talking about.
: (The attached "drawing"...I'm no
: artist...only comes close to what I mean,
: but maybe it's enough.)
: Does ANY of this sound familiar to anyone?
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