Douglas Schmell of pedigreecomics.com has consigned his personal collection of comics to Heritage Auctions. Along with the other comics on the auction block November 16th-18th, Heritage Auctions will have $3.9 million in comics books for some lucky bidders.
The vagaries of the superhuman lifestyle are wild and unpredictable. Sometimes you get a new suit, sometimes new powers appear out of the blue.. Sometimes you lose your powers on M-Day, then get immediately bitten by a vampire. Sometimes, though, you have that full-on Dorothy Gale ruby slippers experience. Welcome to Ten Things!
Let me first say this: Every comic story matters if you loved it, regardless of whether it’s ever referenced again or whether it’s even still in-continuity. ‘Course, some of them come back around, which can be especially entertaining when it comes to the alternate universes of ‘What If?’. Welcome to Ten Things!
Time Travel is a staple of our various fictional friends’ tales, whether a madman in a box, a captain sling-shotting around the sun to 1968 or a couple of righteous dudes who justwant you to be excellent to each other. But what happens when real people get involved? #TimeTravelShenanigans! Welcome to Ten Things!
During the Legion panel at the San Diego Comic Con, Legion show creator and executive producer/writer/director Noah Hawley dropped a small bombshell for Marvel comic fans. Doom is coming.
Years ago, Upper Deck released the Marvel Legendary Fantastic Four expansion, but for “some reason” the company was not allowed to reprint the expansion. GOOD NEWS, EVERYONE! In six to eight weeks we’ll see reprints of Marvel Legendary Fantastic Four on store shelves.
Every decade of pop culture has its indelible moments of foolishness, frippery and eminently mockable memories. The 1990s does not contain more that’s terrible, silly or indefensible than other decades, it just seems that way. Especially in terms of superhero costumes… Welcome to Ten Things!
Author’s Note: Random Access Memory is me looking back at the specific comics that shaped my life. Each month I go back in time – in five year intervals – to examine key comics that came out those months. (The idea is that after five years of monthly columns, I will have covered an entire lifetime – in this case, fifty years – of reading comics.) Starting this month I will also list all the comics I read that particular month. This will afford readers the opportunity to chastise me for not reading specific comics, and/or laugh at the horrible,
Here is some exciting new for Jack Kirby fans – you can get your hands on his Fantastic Four work, and see what it looked like before it was colored and printed in an all new tome from IDW Publishing.