Undervalued Spotlight #195

Avengers #223, Marvel Comics, September 1982 I was pricing up a stack of Avengers recently and like always I basically stopped at issue #200. Anything over #201 in the Avengers run has always gone straight to the bargain bins. Now I’ve been around long enough that I knew to pull #214 (Ghost...

Web Arted Feb 3rd

A gathering of wonderful art spotted by yours truly these last seven days. Daredevil issue 6 splash by Wally Wood. Source. Cosmic Odyssey by Duncan Fegredo. Source. Machine Man by Kalle Malloy. Source. Avengers ad by Jack Kirby. Source. Rocketeer by Dave Johnson. Source. Black Cat by Stephane...

Undervalued Spotlight #49

Early Marvel Keys are one of the most collected group of comic books in the hobby. A hobby wide consensus regarding a book’s status as a legitimate Marvel key is enough to send it’s value way up. The Tales to Astonish title had already given us Hank Pym, the Ant-Man a year and a half earlier. In Tales to Astonish issue #44 Janet van Dyne becomes…

Undervalued Spotlight #32

In my opinion Tales to Astonish #27 (Jan/62) is not one of the early Marvel Keys. “The Man in the Ant Hill” story featured the first appearance of Henry Pym but it was just another Sci-fi/fantasy story typical of the books Atlas Comics was producing at the time…

Edgar Wright still doing Ant-Man Sep10

Edgar Wright still doing Ant-Man

Ugh, that’s a horrible headline. According to Devin at CHUD.com (one of, if not the best movie news site on the internet*) dropped Edgar Wright an email after news of Pixar wanting to tackle Ant-Man came out last week. Here’s the quote: “I am still attached to Ant Man and...

Pixar does Ant-Man? Sep07

Pixar does Ant-Man?

Entertainment Weekly mention somewhat in their Marvel/Disney coverage, that “Pixar is said to already be eyeballing an Ant-Man movie.” As cool as that is – I mean let’s be honest – most people immediately thought  “oh wow, how cool would a Pixar Marvel movie be”...