Archive for February, 2010

75 comics DC

February 28, 2010

Nothing too surprising. The first issue books of all the majors were expected. I still think Miller’s Dark Knight was one of the best.


Superman’s debut sells for $1M

February 23, 2010

NEW YORK (AP) — A rare copy of the first comic book featuring Superman has sold for $1 million, smashing a record set just last year.

The issue sold Monday morning is a 1938 edition of Action Comics No. 1, widely considered the Holy Grail of comic books. It features Superman lifting a car on its cover and originally cost 10 cents.

It was sold by a private seller to a private buyer, neither of whom released their names. The sale was conducted by the auction site

The previous comic book record was set last year when $317,000 was paid for the same Action Comics No. 1 issue. This copy fetched a much higher price because it’s in better condition

Is Rainbow Lantern next?

February 22, 2010

I just am not into the DC zombieland chaos. May 2010 finish these lines off. What next vampires?

Sure. Twilight begs for a DC Marvel teenage vampire. Must seduce those dollars for the kids….


February 16, 2010

She arrived in Fantastic Four #36. It seems that she grow thicker and wilder hair every year.

Coward by Brubaker

February 7, 2010

Ever the noir crime spiral we keep going down until we exhaust the genre. this one is from the criminal’s perspective.

Coward is the story of Leo, a professional pickpocket who is also a legendary heist-planner and thief.  But there’s a catch with Leo, he won’t work any job that he doesn’t call all the shots on, he won’t allow guns, and the minute things turn south, he’s looking for any exit that won’t land him in prison. But when he’s lured into a risky heist, all his rules go out the window, and he ends up on the run from the cops and the bad men who double-crossed him.

Furry Freak Brothers.

February 1, 2010

For some reason, these are selling well on EBAY. The ripoff press ones are reaching many who missed it the first time is my guess.