Parker Industries is mired in another business mess and their Friendly Neighborhood CEO has a lot on his plate. Of course, the takeover of the United States by one of his most respected allies has thrown another wrench into the machine… Your Major Spoilers review of Amazing Spider-Man #30 awaits!
Marvel sent us a sneak peek of the upcoming Amazing Spider-Man #25, that kicks off The Osborn Identity arc.
If you have always dreamed of owning a copy of Superman #1, and you have deep pockets, then you are in luck as not only does Heritage Auctions have a copy of the issue on the auction block, we have a Patreon page for those extra nickels you have kicking around.
Marvel has unveiled five more variant covers for the upcoming Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows #1 by Gerry Conway and Ryan Stegman.
When Amazing Spider-Man:: Renew Your Vows lands in comic shops in November, a familiar cover will appear as the the “Top Secret Artist Variant”.
Rand Bellavia, of Ookla the Mok fame, returns for another trip down memory lane to look at 40 years of his favorite comics in this months’s Random Access Memory.
Before Dead No More, be there when Doc Ock finally packs it up and decides he doesn’t want to be a robot anymore. You’ll be caught in our amazing, spectacular, friendly neighborhood Dueling Review podcast as we take a look at Amazing Spider-Man #18.
So, I recently discovered The Newsstand feature at Mike’s Amazing World. If you’re not familiar with the site, you pick the month and year, and Mike spits out all the comics published that month. It’s the ultimate nostalgia bomb. Lacking anything more important to say, today we’re setting the coordinates for March 1987 (a randomly chosen destination, for sure), when I was 17 years old. Let’s take a look at the edited highlights of what comics I bought that month.