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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.
Bestselling writer Kevin McCarthy and artist Kyle Baker (Plastic Man) team up for an all-new series, CIRCUIT-BREAKER, launching from Image Comics this March.
The second volume of The Shadow Master arrives in stores this week, and you can get an early look, after the jump.
It is I, the whimsical Wade Wilson, wishing you a wonderful warning (Thatâ€™s not too much alliteration is it?) â€“ Buy Deadpool #900, with seven all new stories, my first team up and more!Â It seems like only yesterday I was starring in Deadpool #13, but here I am, at the apex of comic glory!Â This issue is so big only the most hardcore Deadhead (Isnâ€™t that the name for fans of the Grateful â€“ Shut Up!) creators could handle it!Â In the first of seven stories, â€œPinky Swearâ€, is presented by Joe Kelly and Rob Liefeld.Â â€œOne Downâ€ is
Kyle Baker posted this image of Isaiah Bradley from Baker and Morales’Â Truth: Red, White & Black series.Â Baker tagged the image with “For an upcoming Marvel gig”.Â Could this be the answer to the big secret of Reborn #1 and Captain America #600 that has everyone in a twitter lately?Â There has been a lot of speculation about a black Captain America since the first star-on-black-background image was pushed out from the House of Ideas a couple of months ago. The speculators have further claimed the July 13 early release date is also going to tie into the announcement
You can not escape the myriad of schedule and booth signing posts on this site! Next up – Image Comics! “For whatever reason New York has been a tough city to hold a convention, but the folks behind the New York Comic Con have pulled it off better than anyone could imagine,” said Image Comics Publisher Erik Larsen. “I’ve really enjoyed every year I’ve attended and thought it was long past time Image Comics had a complete set up, including one of our now famous Image Comics Shows!”