The art of miid-70s Kirby dropped off considerably--unless inked by Romita (BTW, Romita just turned 93 years old on 1/24). At this time, Kirby's favorite inker (apparently) was Mike Royer, who worked with him at DC and Marvel, but was merely a tracer; he could not bring out the best in Kirby's work, while taking the robotic tendencies from his figures that a Romita, Sinnott or Shores. Ah, Captain America's Bicentennial Battles. I recall its release, and although it was a marginally fascinating concept, I would have preferred the Treasury Edition reprinting Cap stories from Tales of Suspense, or Kirby's late 60s run on Captain America. My family had the basic Adam-12 reels. Where the Talking View-Master sets were concerned, we only a a few--namely Star Trek: Mr Spock's Time Trek (adapting TAS' "Yesteryear"), Superman Meets Computer Crook (strange, yet stunning mix animation cels and miniature sets / backgrounds) and Snoopy and The Red Baron (all miniatures). Such a unique form of entertainment. I've read about the Moodies having band tension dating as far back as the Denny Laine period (e.g., when he bailed on the band to start a solo career), but I never knew they were as dysfunctional as DarrenTR1970 revealed in his post. Generally, I've found the most internally destructive 60s (or 60s survivor) band was The Rolling Stones (honestly, take your pick of the abusive situations / relationships in that band), on a level even the disgruntled Moodies could not match.