Rand Bellavia returns for another trip down memory lane to look at 40 years of his favorite comics in this week’s Random Access Memory.
If you are a collector of original comic book art, Heritage Auctions has an event coming up that will feature the sale of Bernie Wrightson’s cover to Swamp Thing #1 and more.
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.
In case you missed the announcement earlier, Swamp Thing is returning to comics in 2016, with co-creator Len Wein at the wheel.
The Convergence continues as DC characters are forced to live in cities trapped under domes without their powers. We’ve seen how the dome affects powers like Superman’s, but what about a character like Swamp Thing? What happens when his connection to the Green is severed for a year? Find out in the Major Spoilers review of Convergence: Swamp Thing #1!
Convergence is almost here, and DC Comics sent Major Spoilers and exclusive sneak peek at Convergence: Swamp Thing #1 that arrives in stores on April 22, 2015.
Certain characters are recognized by everyone as representing a sea-change. Superman inspired the creation of the entire superhero genre, Batman is the source of an abundance of recurring hero tropes, Spider-Man inspired a realm of characters with human failings and personalities. But what of those characters who DON’T get the same recognition for their place in history? Welcome to Ten Things!
There is so much news coming out of the San Diego Comic Con, and we’re trying to keep up as fast as we can. Here’s a summary of three DC Comics panels that talk up The Justice League, Multiversity, Superman, Wonder Woman, Red Lanterns, and just about every other DC Comic you can think of!
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