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FLASH Gordon and the Incredible Hulk were separated by a fan during a blazing row at a comic book convention.Actors Sam J Jones, who played Flash Gordon in the 1980 film, and 1970s TV Hulk Lou Ferrigno squared up over punters getting their autographs.
Darryn, 25, from Chelmsford, Essex, said: “Flash Gordon was telling the Hulk to go home. There was a lot of finger-jabbing and it was getting pretty nasty.“She was truly one of a kind,” said John Honderich, chair of Torstar’s Board of Directors and a former publisher of the newspaper. Her pioneering as our first female sportswriter was legendary.Her delightful sense of irony and zest for life was infectious.”Moseby, who spoke to the Star from his home in Sacramento, Calif., said he was shaken by the news. She was a great lady.”The former outfielder got along with Gordon right away, but not all his teammates were as welcoming.“She could have very easily taken the words that a lot of guys said and took it to heart and went back to her bosses and said, ‘I’m not doing this. I’m just proud to have known Alison.”Born in New York City, where her Canadian father worked for the United Nations, Gordon grew up in the suburbs of Manhattan and later spent time in Tokyo, Cairo and Rome as her father’s job took her around the world. After Sports Illustrated reporter Melissa Ludtke was barred from the New York Yankees’ clubhouse during the 1977 World Series, she filed a discrimination lawsuit against Major League Baseball.I don’t get paid to take abuse.’ But she never did. She won the suit and by the end of the 1978 season the league’s clubhouse ban on women was overturned.But a superhero set-to was avoided when fan Darryn Clements, dressed as El Diablo from Suicide Squad, stepped between the giant actors.