There is some complaint by Dick Grayson to Batman in Grayson: Futures End and he does state something similar to what is said above in Titans. Batman also gives a nice explanation for why Robin should wear bright clothing rather than the dark that he wears.
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Robin: It's a little, I don't know, bright. I mean, you get to wear ...
Probably the first true HUD was in Iron Man #277, published February 01, 1992.
This trend continued in Iron #278, published March 10, 1992, with an ever more detailed HUD.
It wasn't until 2012 that the HUD in the comics explicitly matched the one we see in the MCU films.
Ok let's start with Mantis’s creator's own words from Inverse:
“That character has nothing to do with Mantis,” he said. “I will say
that I liked the film quite a bit overall, they’re doing good stuff
and I enjoyed my night at the movies so long as I turned my brain off
to the fact that that’s not Mantis up there. I really don’t know why
you would ...
The Punisher blows Wolverine's face off in Punisher #16 (2002). While the ears are unharmed, the nose was blown off as well, so no adamantium there. Probably not in the ears as well.
For the record, adamantium cartilage does exist (partially), but I don't know of it being present in Wolverine; in fact, I'm pretty sure it's the contrary. From an archive of ...
Singularity 7 (2004) by Ben Templesmith?
The comic tells the story of how Earth was forever changed after alien nanites arrived in a meteor shower. The nanites, able to shift the molecular structure of any material, bond with the mind of Bobby Hennigan who initially uses the nanites power to improve life on Earth by building complex ...
The very first time is actually in the Model 1 Mark III suit, the gold one, before his first red and yellow one. I believe this suit first appears in Tales of Suspense Issue 40 (April 1963). However, it is only revealed in the Iron Manual (1993) that this suit does indeed have a heads up display in it.
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They projected ...
The comic book series is Timothee Titan by Giorgio Cavazzano.
I've recently visited the library in my hometown and there it still was in the stack of comic books. It has been 3 years since I've asked the question, but maybe somebody will find this answer useful someday.
It took me all day but I found it. I had read the first issue of this series in a preview a few years ago so when I saw your question I immediately recognized that I had seen the source material - but had no idea what it was called, where I had seen it, or how to find it.
The Steam Man 5-issue miniseries from 2015 by Dark Horse.
Enormous steam-powered ...
With the hint that the story appeared in Hurricane, it was possible to track it down. It's "Danny Jones - Time Traveller"; the story you remember ran in the 1965/04/24 and 1965/05/01 issues.
Danny Jones has a magic clock that he can set to a time in order to go there. According to a page I found, he found the clock in a lake, but that was not in the first ...
His master had some candles that allowed for time travel. They would send a target creature to another time, and the target had until the flame went out to return or be lost forever in the other time.
Source: Strange Tales #124
Supposedly Strange inherited a supply of those when he became Supreme Sorcerer.
In a later adventure he took a woman back in time ...
This is issue #145, published in 1999. Here are the panels matching your recollection:
JAY: Time travel? Wally, I know you can zip through time on your own, but haven't you forgotten? The rest of us need the Cosmic Treadmill -- and t must have been destroyed when Cobalt Blue demolished the Flash Museum!
WALLY: Luckily, no. Know why? Because I've just ...
This is tricky, because unlike US comics there doesn't seem to be as much obsessive documentation of British comics...
I'm going to suggest that the most likely candidate is "Kelly's Eye" which ran in Valiant from 1963 to 1971. Unlike the other candidates for time travel stories in that era (I also considered "Adam Eterno," "Legend Testers" and "Jimmy and ...
Okay, if it was definitely in Hurricane, then it's almost certainly "Danny Jones - Time Traveller" which only ever appeared in Hurricane and Tiger.
Danny is a schoolboy who discovers a buried 17th century clock (made by a wizard / alchemist, I think) that allows him to travel in time.
Although I don't remember "the Masters" or the Easter Island statues, ...
It's not really a HUD, but in Avengers #201 (1980), Iron Man's mask is depicted as having a little digital clock by the right eye slit:
That particular story was adapted from a short story published in The Marvel Superheroes the previous year. In the story, the time displays when Tony thinks the word "time".