Why are Golden Age comics so rare? It might not be for the reason you think! Mark Waid explains: Now, you’ve gotta have these rare WORLD’S FINEST COMICS for your own, right? Click here to buy ’em!
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The World’s Finest team gets together for the first time in their own comic! Mark Waid tells us more: And you can buy this historic book now! Just click here to buy!
How did Superman and Batman first meet? Why on a luxurious cruise ship, of course. Mark Waid tells you more: Now you can own this landmark issue yourself! Click here for all the details!
All told, I really can’t complain too much about getting older. After all, it most certainly beats the alternative. But one of the things that I dislike most about no longer being a young punk is that it means I have to watch the heroes of my childhood leave us. I still find it difficult […]
Mark Waid takes a look at the 30th anniversary of Batman, in DETECTIVE COMICS #387! If you’d like to own the book yourself, just click the link for more information!
Mark takes a look at one of DC Comics’ first centennial issues, and plays an astounding round of “Name that Cover”! You know you want it! Simply click here for all the details!
Not every villain can be the Joker or Ra’s al Ghul. Mark Waid tells us about the debut of the Mad Hatter, as seen in DETECTIVE COMICS #230! And you can own it! Click here for all the details!
Mark Waid drops some knowledge about the genesis of Bat-Girl! Get your learn on! And you can own the issue! Click here for all the details!
My week has been vastly improved by reading Superman In The Fifties and Batman In the Fifties for the first time. Though I haven’t read much Superman before (just some of the new 52 Action Comics), my past experience with Batman is that it’s not always a happy ride. Okay, that it’s rarely a happy […]
It’s a story I’ve told before, but in light of the subject of this week’s column, it bears repeating: Time for another time-travel trip in the Wayback Machine. Set the dials for the year 1975. Li’l Scott has been forcibly called inside from playing in the front yard. Visibly miffed at this development (though not […]