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WHERE THE PARTY'S AT -- Western CrimeBusters v1#7, 1952 - Newly arrived in town, Six-Gun Smith helps a rancher from being terrorized by local thugs. Leading them is a mysterious masked woman, clad in a sexy, form-fitting outfit thanks to Wally Wood (see interior page below)
pintosketches:give leonard a cat in s3 please thanks(from the stream!) Seconded! This is totally delightful and I want to see something like it on the show too :D Love the cute kitty and Lens obvious affection!
The latest Diamond Previews catalog lists a lot of books worth checking out. You can order them now through your local comic shop for delivery in October or later. Phoebe and Her Unicorn in the Magic Storm AMP! Comics for Kids, $9.99, AUG17 1149, due
Larry David makes a prettaayyyy, prettaayyyyy good superhero in new CURB YOUR ENTHUSIASM teaser.
Walt Disney's Christmas Parade v2 #4, 1966 - In this first reprinting of "The Golden Christmas Tree", Carl Barks' artwork continues to shine. His cover, on the other hand, has been drastically simplified. Still, it's surprising to see Donald Duck / F
It's the Avengers/Defenders War on Friday Night Fights!!Looooong story short--Dormammu has tricked the Defenders into gathering the pieces of the ancient artifact known as The Evil Eye, purportedly in order to restore the Black Knight's soul to his b
greatstrangler: @ktatsuu Another one lol I was just thinking :>WHAT IF Tatsu never denied his hug in the first place ;) This is absolutely adorable and so well done :D
Panel from Batman/Hellboy/Starman #1 (January 1999), script by James Robinson, pencils and inks by Mike Mignola, colors by Matt Hollingsworth, letters by Willie Schubert A very special Bullish thank you to Magnificent Matt Rowbotham, who suggested an
I knew the latest installment of the Science Comics series, Andy Hirsch‘s Dogs: From Predator to Protector, would be cute. With his art (as also seen in The Baker Street Peculiars) and the subject, how could it not be? What I didn&#8217
Aw, that raccoon really loves him.As I continue my tour of the early-1970s career-oriented Popeye comics and their distinctly art-house feel, I stumble upon Popeye and Hospitality and Recreation Careers which appears to be Popeyes condemnation of cap
Here's your first look at interior pages from TEEN TITANS #12, BATMAN: THE MURDER MACHINE, THE RED DEATH & THE DAWNBREAKER #1
Where did he get his law degree again? Well, maybe he's punchy after today's comic! From 1983, Daredevil #200, "Redemption" Written by Denny O'Neil, pencils by William Johnson, inks by Danny Bulanadi (who has inked a ton of comics we've looked at her
Matt Baker Romantic Marriage v1 #24, 1954 - This suggestive cover has a thematic feel similar to Gone with the Wind. The man's smoking jacket and slippers suggest evening time while the woman's attire hints at her recent arrival. The ornate door and
Following on from the successful Kickstarter of #1 – now we have issue #2! TRANSDIMENSIONAL #2: THE DEPTHS For fans of ALIEN, THE ABYSS and THE WAKE, this is the second part of a 4-issue [...]Following on from the successful Kickstarter of
grxxnlanterns:i was in a fashion mood and short haired lisa is cute Beautiful piece, and a fantastic design for her! She looks amazing :)
Fire and Water Presents the second episode of Kung Fu Friday, a podcast that hopes to make you discover the great films of Asian Action Cinema. Siskoid and Pulp2Pixels' Dr. G, Man of Nerdology, explore the life and films of the most iconic martial ar
A couple of reactions to Wednesday’s post: Eric L asks “OK, but was Radioactive Adolescent Black Belt Hamsters any good? The title sounds like a blatant rip off, but it seems to have lasted a while so maybe it had something going
Spidey joins Rocket, Groot, Star-Lord, Iron Man, and Captain America in new AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR art.
According to the Grand Comics Database, Ghost Woman appeared in the 1945 giant one-shot comic, Star-Studded Comics (1945). The story is a one-off, not intended to be a series. Ghost Woman helps her husband get rid of some werewolves, then decides to
Joe Kubert Tarzan v1 #234, 1974- Concluding the adaptation ofTarzan and the Lion Man, the title character encounters a tribe of wild humans and sub-humans.Joe Kubert illustrates the tale with the same zeal as previous issues. His drawings, layouts an
hartleyrathaway: captain cold: weve worked so HARD for this scheme to rob this musem goddammit why cant you just let us have this ONE thing why do you have to be such a BUZZKILL. were good hardworking people we DESERVE *gets knocked out* the flash: o
Hey, hey, hey, Groove-ophiles! Ya know, when the final Dollar Comics issue of Adventure Comics (#466) hit the stands, Teen Groove was rather bummed. No more cool stories featuring JSA, Aquaman, or Deadman. But it was kinda hard to stay bummed when a
The Guardians flew back down, Spidey swung through again, and now the Defenders of Hell’s Kitchen return to Avengers Academy to battle a new threat in their neighborhood. Kingpin’s been imprisoned for nearly a year, and in that ti
Here's a preview of THE FLASH #29 from DC Comics.
Since the start of ALL-NEW GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY, Groot’s been stuck in a small state and True Believers across the galaxy have been attemptingto guess why. Normally a giant, the talkin’ tree has been relegated to sapling status
This DC-posted video clip has some interesting revelations about the coming third season of Young Justice, which will be airing on a new DC digital service next year. First, there will be a time jump, length unspecified, between the end of season two
doodley-tals:An irritated Hartley with long hair is what I live for :^) This is wonderful, and I just love that perfect annoyed expression :D
A small boy, Zee, is playing the DCU version of Pokemon Go. It doesn't end well. And he's just the first. For two weeks, one child goes missing nightly. Superman is trying to help in both his identities. Elsewhere, Zee has reappeare
Are you ready to meet the Royal Family this fall? Watch the brand new trailer above! The first chapter of “Marvel’s Inhumans” will premiere early in IMAX theatres for a limited two-week run beginning on September 1, 2017
With “Marvel’s The Defenders” debuting on Netflix this Friday, the final trailer has been unleashed for the series. Fans have been waiting to see Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage and Iron Fist join forces, and the new
Boom! Studios has announced that they will be releasing in November the Giant Days 2017 Special. Creator/writer John Allison is putting together, in his words, a tribute to the films of Richard Curtis, and the Bridget Jones movies, by someone who has
Neal Adams Marvel Feature v1 #1 featuring The Defenders, 1971 - The Defenders make their first appearance in this historic king-sized issue. Are they responding to the destruction around them or did they cause it? Neal Adams' depiction of founding me
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So I'm going through PPTSSM and I've decided it's the Spider-Man book that Bob Haney would have made because things take some really weird turns.But first, it's time for Fun with Out of Context Artwork! (tm!)This has been Fun with Out of Con
1917 to 2017: 100 years of Kirby. Join us this month to celebrate Jack “King” Kirby’s 100th birthday by learning about the characters and stories he created that changed comics forever. To commemorate Jack’s ce
According to the fine folks over at theHollywood Reporter, Star Wars: Obi-Wan Kenobi will be one of the next upcoming Star Wars anthology films. The movie, centered around the life of Jedi Master Obi-Wan Kenobi, seems to have Stephen Daldry as the fa
It’s been in the air since even before issue #1, but on September 13, the animosity between Kaine and Ben Reilly reaches its boiling point in BEN REILLY: SCARLET SPIDER #7! Written by Peter David and penciled by Will Sliney—featur
Remember that chilling, dramatic opening of Star Trek: The Motion Picture? Sure you do! You hadn't fallen asleep by then yet. But, if you're at all familiar with the history of the Legion of Super-Heroes, you can stand up in your seat back there in 1
On July 4, Titan Comics (a British company, interestingly) released the following teaser poster to promote the October launch of Fighting American, a property created by Joe Simon and Jack Kirby in 1954. It’s clearly intended to tweak Marve
Sword ofSorcery v1#3, 1973 - The chronicles ofFafhrd and the Gray Mouser continue, encountering harpies, flying ships and other oddities. Bernie Wrightson's inks add little to the clumsily composed cover, but inside his efforts smooth out some of the
marcomardon: in honour of my URL change: marco mardon / weather wizard its a side effect from getting my powers my emotions fluctuate with the weather icreate Lovely work!
It's nice to see Canada represented in the very American genre of the super-hero comic. Or, so I assume, because despite dressing up as a Canadian mounted police, The Scarlet Sentry is a straight-up American vigilante type. Heck, he's from Ohio! He's
Grey Matter Art under license from Marvel, is proud to present a new officially licensed, limited edition screen printed poster for the classic comic characters,Spider-Man and Vulture,by the very talented artist, Florey. Below are details regarding t
Here are some of the latest digital comics added to ComicBlitz – the subscription digital comics service! Spotlight: True Blood: French Quarter 1-6 by IDW Publishing A sticky and sexy original adventure, based on the [...] Here are some of
So What If...? the Punisher armed with Doctor Strange's Cloak of Levitation was fighting evil vampire X-Men. What then, huh? Panels from What If...? (1989 series) #24 (April 1991); script by Roy Thomas, Jean-Marc Lofficier, and Randy Lofficier; penc
Previously, it took the combined might of Ty Templeton and Mike Parobeck to get me to like a twelve-page General Glory story; and today we have 80 non-stop pages of him...yikes. From 1994, Justice League Quarterly #16, "Visions of Glory" Written by P
Jack Kirby Strange Talesv1 #91, 1962-In "The Sacrifice", an astronaut returns from Mars as the unwilling pawn of a destructive alien plant. Jack Kirby's cover and story pages have an otherworldly appeal similar to previous issues. Cover inks have bee