Review: Batman and Robin #4

I’m very protective of Batman. It’s a problem I have as a person that I really think I should get checked out. You see I honestly believe that Batman is one of – if not THE – best literary character…

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Collecting and Investing Tips #3

Know your pet peeves! OK so you’ve figured out your collection focus and you’re doing a pretty good job sticking to it (see Collecting Tips #2 Stan). So why are there still comics in your collection that you don’t like?…

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Lethargy strikes ComicBookDaily

Lethargic Lad that is! ComicBookDaily is proud to present Lethargic Lad as a regularly featured webstrip. Created by Greg Hyland in the late 80’s, Lethargic Lad holds a treasured place in the manly or womanly bosom of many a comic fan.…

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Undervalued Spotlight #3

Tales to Astonish #91, Marvel Comics, May 1967, Battle Cover. The Abomination made his first appearance in Tales to Astonish #90 but since the even number issues of this title had Sub-Mariner covers we had to wait until issue #91…

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Auction Highlights #2 – Copper Age

This week I’d like to examine some Copper Age results. The Copper Age is loosely defined by me as comics from the mid/late 1970s to the early/mid 1980s. These comics are commonly found everyewhere. In some cases the trick seems…

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More trolling!

Let’s look into the cesspool that we call the internet and see what we can dredge up from the internet forum pool. There’s not actually any content by Bendis in this thread. But the post is a repost by…

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Crazy Comic Covers: Superman #282

Superman #282 “Lex Luthor-Superscalp-Hunter” The cover: We’ve got Superman as heroic as ever saving the citizen from a doomed airplane..wait he’s not saving him? He’s actually throwing a criminal from the plane and killing him instead of arresting him? Oh,…

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Collecting and Investing Tips #2

Know your comfort zone and try not to leave it! Remember Sesame Street had that great segment about things not belonging. There was a catchy song – “one of these things just don’t belong here, one of these things just has to go…”…

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I Love Comics: Paul Grist

I Love Comics by Pete DeCourcy is a Monday to Friday examination of the many reasons why we here at Comicbookdaily.com love comics. Not all of them might be to your tastes, but hey – isn’t that the whole point of…

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