Batman #253, DC Comics, September 1973, Artist: Mike Kaluta. The colours and the mood work really...Read More
You need to make your decision based on the SECOND issue, because it will give you a better idea what the series will be like, issue-in, issue-out.
Which is why I ask: You Want 2nds?
TODAY’S SPECIAL: The Shadow Now #2Read More
It’s time for another update from BIFF SOCKO, TWO-FISTED NEWSHOUND. Biff Socko covers Comic Book...Read More
Although they may not be familiar to many young comics readers except through movies, “Masks” remains true to the original characters throughout while assembling their talents to fight a war that could be front page headlines today – the evil of politicians with too much power.Read More
For most comic fans the definitive Shadow was written by Dennis O’Neil and drawn by Michael Kaluta for DC’s The Shadow. Unfortunately that body of work consists of five issues drawn between 1973 and 1974, a graphic...Read More
DC solicitations for March 2011 went online yesterday and I was shocked, shocked, to see Absolute Promethea Volume 3 solicited. The final Absolute edition of Alan Moore’s epic collects issues #24-32 with the spectacular artwork...Read More
I am always one to admit when I’m wrong. And boy did I miss the mark on what would be announced at Comic Con. No Bendis job movement, no real Vertigo crossover announcement, nothing about The Shadow. In fact in terms of...Read More
Well with convention season in full swing, I thought it was time for a look into the crystal ball and take a look and see what we may have in store for the future. Before we begin, these predictions are based on theories, a bit...Read More
So this week I decided to do a bit of dreaming. A lot of people like fantasy football or various mythical match ups for UFC fights so why can’t I do the same for comics? Before I begin I would like to point out that none...Read More
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