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Press Release DThe original art for the cover of Superman #12 (DC, 1941) by Fred Ray – the earliest piece of art from the comic book series to ever surface – saved from the trash bin more than 70 years ago by legendary Batman artist Jerry Robinson, will make its first ever public auction appearance as the centerpiece of Heritage Auctions’ May 28-30, 2015 Comics Signature® Auction

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Buffy the Vampire Slayercomic conventionDark Horse Comicssan diego

With over 150,000 people crowding the convention center, everyone may not have been able to get to the Dark Horse panels for the day.  Luckily, we have the highlights – and not the Goofus and Galant kind of Highlights either.  These are the Major Spoilers Rapid-Fire Roundup of Comic-Con News kind of highlights (with a fare amount of Goofus).

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Boom! Studios Editor-in-Chief, Mark Waid will be signing exclusive Comic-Con ’09 copies of Irredeemable #4, and a limited edition hardcover of The Incredibles: Family Matters.  The Irredeemable issue features a sketch variant cover by John Cassaday, while the Incredibles hardcover features art by Mike Mignola. Where and when will you be able to find Mark Waid at the show?  Take the jump for his Boom! Studios appearances.

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Batmancomic conventionDCGrant MorrisonPaul Dinisan diego

DC held its Batman panel on Friday, and once again Major Spoilers is here to boil everything down to the most important bits.

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