Don’t you wish you had a parade with a giant fat balloon of you? Mark Waid does. Well, maybe not: You can buy this issue yourself by just clicking here!
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Did you know Jerry Lewis had a comic? Did you know it ran for a decade?! Mark Waid tells us more: How can you not want to own this issue? Just click here to buy!
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!
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!
Kids love Superman. And baseball. Mark Waid explains the connection: Now you can own this iconic cover yourself! Click here for all the details!
By the 1960s, little chunks of Krypton were falling to Earth all the time, and some pieces were more interesting than others, as Mark Waid explains: And you can own ADVENTURE COMICS #283 for yourself! Click here for all the details!
For a small farm town in Kansas, Smallville sure had a lot of unusual visitors. Even from the future. Mark Waid tells us more: Want ADVENTURE #253 for yourself? Click here for all the details!
Here’s a comic that’s not only rare, publishers went out of their way not to let you have it! Intrigued? Let Mark explain: You can own it for yourself! Just Click here to place your order!
Ever heard of the SUPERMAN story “This Island Bradman”? Of course you haven’t. No one has. A gleeful Mark Waid explains why: And now you can be one of the insanely very few to own a copy! Click here to find out more!
Today, Mark Waid tells us about one of the rarest comics in his collection: And now it can be yours! Just click here to buy!
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 […]