Fantastic Four #4, Marvel Comics, May 1962. I lucked into a nice collection of early Marvels a couple of weeks back. There was a Journey #83, a Strange Tales #110 and a few other big Marvel keys. For some reason though, and I’m not sure why, I was most drawn to the lower mid-grade copy of the Fantastic Four #4.Read More
The early 1990s were all about lenticular covers, bagged promos, and rampant speculation. But they were also about trading cards. Upper Deck reigned supreme and we finally said goodbye to buying cards with super hard chewing gum. Traditionally we had purchased sports cards, but Marvel Comics had given us another option by issuing a series of collectible cards featuring their spandex clad characters.Read More
Writers: Matt Fraction and Kieron Gillen Pencils: Greg Land Inks: Jay Leisten Colours: Justin Ponsor Letters: Joe Caramagna Cover: Greg Land and Justin Ponsor Publisher: Marvel Comics With the mutant flu ravaging Utopia, can...Read More
We’re sitting around Comic Book Daily headquarters getting ready for day 2 of Toronto’s Fan Expo when I saw a tweet from artist Jaime McKelvie which said “Want to have feet like Namor’s?” Clicking...Read More
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