A gathering of wonderful art spotted by yours truly these last few days: Miller, Lee, Williams, Wrightson, Steranko, Raymond.
Hi folks, welcome to ARCHIE G’s. I’m your waiter, Raoul. Here at ARCHIE G’s, we don’t think you can make a dependable Pull List decision based on the first serving…
A continued look at pre-internet publisher’s comics solicitations, this time DC Releases October 1987. Mike Mignola art on The Phantom Stranger, plus Ronin trade paperback.
Wonder Woman #98, DC Comics, May 1958. All Star Comics #8 is all the rage these days. I know a few guys just itching to get their hands on one before the prices get out of reach. This week I’ll offer an alternative to those who want to play the Wonder Woman game.
52 weeks. 52 different writers. 2 trade paperbacks or hardcovers a week. Each week I’ll take a look at a different writer and read two different collected editions from within that person’s repertoire to help in the examination of their work: John Ostrander.
Rebellion’s first foray into original art size books, Zenith Phase One Apex Edition offers up a rare treat for fans and collectors. The Apex Edition is a full size reproduction of the…
A continued look at pre-internet publisher’s comics solicitations, this time DC Releases August 1987. DC’s second prestige format series premieres, riding the coattails of The Dark Knight Returns. The Shadow monthly by Bill Sienkiewicz and The Shadow trade paperback make the back page.
A continued look at pre-internet publisher’s comics solicitations, this time DC Releases December ’86. Legends gets the front page, another Byrne blockbuster title that has faded over time. Closing out is a farewell to Julie Schwartz.
Detective Comics #27, DC Comics, May 1939. I’ve always wanted to write-up a complicated essay on Detective Comics #27. Over the years I’ve had a couple of abortive starts, giving up when I realized the work needed to do it right. I would like to express my view though. So what’s a guy to do?