Tag Justice League

Undervalued Spotlight #459

Justice League Of America #21, DC Comics, 1963. We were talking big comic book events at the shop recently, as a shopkeep I like the high profile, well-executed ones as they tend to bring good business. Anytime we have discussions…

Covered 365: Day 148

Justice League #148, DC Comics, November 1977 – Artist: Rich Buckler. I’ve always liked Rich Buckler and actually have a friend named Vince that used to ghost for Rich back in the 1970s, Vince helped Rich draw FF #161 and…

Undervalued Spotlight #339

Forever People #1, DC Comics February/March 1971 This week’s Undervalued Spotlight shines on Jack Kirby’s seminal Forever People #1. I was drawn to Forever People #1 as I was reading about the online April fool’s joke that had Matt Damon…

Peter Milligan

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…

Yule Love These Menu Items

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 of a comic. Publishers throw everything they’ve got at a…

DC Now!

I remember when DC’s the New 52 were first announced there was a lot of skepticism on this site. That soon changed once people realized how significant the event was, as well, DC appeared to be very committed to this new direction. Our Undervalued Spotlight host, Walter himself was speculating if these new books would become the new “keys” of this current generation. Well, it's been over two years so I thought I'd check to see how the initial wave of these books are doing in the back issue market.

Home Ice

Let me then try to point to a few times in the WECA books that specifically locate the action on Canadian soil or at least, in some way, make it clear that the story is taking place in Canada or, finally, directly connect the story to Canada.

Auction Highlights #78

Auction Highlights #78, Comic Link June Focused Auction The Silver/Bronze portion of the Comic Link Focused Auction has just ended, all results below ended between Tuesday June 26th and Wednesday June 27th. Relatively weak auction this time around, we basically…

Undervalued Spotlight #161

JLA/Avengers #1, Marvel Comics, (September 2003) This comic features the 1st meeting of the Justice League of America and the Avengers. Considering how big the Avengers are and how big the JLA will most likely be this is a book…

“Saving the World, One Purchase at a Time”

It’s time for another update from BIFF SOCKO, TWO-FISTED NEWSHOUND. Biff Socko covers Comic Book News like zits on the A-V Club. Faster than Perry White! Stronger than J. Jonah Jameson! Hotter than Cat Grant! He is…BIFF SOCKO! DATELINE: Anaheim–…

Justice League Cover Sketch Progress #3

Welcome to the final installment of my little fan-art post. The aim here was to show the journey of an idea as it evolves from the murky depths of my frenzied fanboy brain, through my mildly capable fingertips and onto a page…

Justice League Cover Sketch Progress #2

Following on from last weeks’ post, I just wanted to share the sketch is it is now. The idea for this ‘make-believe’ storyline is to suggest a catastrophe in NYC with the JLA discovering the discarded remains of the currently…

Justice League Cover Sketch progress

So, I’ve decided to do a little fan-art JLA cover and document the progress here. The idea for this ‘make-believe’ storyline is to suggest a catastrophe in NYC with the JLA discovering the discarded remains of the – currently missing…

Undervalued Spotlight #118

Justice League of America #9, DC Comics, February 1962 DC’s new Justice League has dominated the comic sales charts since the book launched DC’s New 52 back in the last week of August 2011. The title has been the best…

What Do You Hate?

It’s easy to compile a list of things we love about comics, it’s easy because we love them.  There’s an undefined, miscellaneous feeling  involved in reading comics… an x-factor.  It feels cool somehow, as if there’s an unexplainable ‘comics-force’ available to tap…

Justice League: Doom Animated

Marvel may be getting the majority of Hollywood kudos in terms of wide theatrical release blockbusters, but DC and Warner Brothers are miles ahead in terms of straight to DVD movies and animated series. Recently there has been a new…