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A new Daredevil series kicks off in September from Marvel Comics, and once again, the publisher has turned to Frank Miller to provide the variant cover for the first issue.
It’s been a hot minute since we’ve seen Frank Miller variant covers, but in August, you’ll be able to add another prize to your collection, as the writer/artist provides the variant cover for Ghost Rider/Wolverine: Weapons of Vengeance Alpha #1 from Marvel Comics.
Heritage Auctions announced it will soon put several original pages of art from Frank Miller’s Sin City on the auction block for some lucky bidder to take home.
Frank Miller is providing the variant cover art for the upcoming Fantastic Four #1 from Marvel Comics.
The iconic cover for The Dark Knight Returns issue #1 is scheduled to hit the auction block in June. Will it sell for $1,000,000?
I just don’t buy or read comics that focus on real-life people and events!
When I read a comic book, I hope to encounter a few important things!
Turns out that The Batman’s final adventure wasn’t so final after all… Your Major Spoilers Retro Review of The Dark Knight Strikes Again #1 awaits!
BOOM! Studios recently announced that Someone Is Killing the Children #21 will come out in March, 2022, after the previous issue arrived in September of this year. When did comics taking breaks become popular, even acceptable?
Things are getting prestigious this week in, “So You Want To Read Comics”. This is our weekly feature where we take a look at a single topic, then offer up two comic book recommendations, perfect for new readers, based on that topic. This week is a little different as we look at “The Classics”.
He’s a comic icon for the last 30 years, but there’s still some controversy about…
It’s Episode 492 of the Wayne’s Comics Podcast, and this week Wayne talks with Dani Hedlund from the Brink Literacy Project and Caleb Palmquist from Modern Mythology!
Don’t take pills from strangers, but do check out “So You Want To Read Comics”, a weekly feature where we take a look at a topic, then offer a pair of comic book recommendations for new readers, based on that topic. This week, we’re taking a look at the sci-fi classic, The Matrix.