Monthly Archives: March 2011

Brotherhood of N00dz

So aside from this being a clever and beautiful collectable, it’s relevant that I post this auction today. In a couple hours I hop on a plane to San Francisco with the intent of pitching my wares at WonderCon. The product I’m bringing with me is attractive and engaging. If I were a publisher, I’d […]

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HOTTEST ITEM EVER

Ok, so first I said to myself, “whaaaaa, this dude is selling a BARON MORDO comic card with a starting bid of only 99c? Does he not know what a collectable this is? Does he not get what sort of prices a character like Mordo can command? He’s crazy!” and then I saw that this […]

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Everybody Stop Looking; I Found It

Need the 90s summed up in a single comic book? I got you covered. And, no, it doesn’t feature an X-team or Rob Liefeld or a holographic embossed cover with tassels. It’s a throwaway issue on a throwaway title and likely doesn’t stand out at all for the probably 50,000 people who read it. So […]

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I’ll Do Some Time In the Cubes For This

Check the starting price on this auction. Now tell me anyone can afford it on a law-abiding salary. Can’t. What would Judge Dredd think about me committing crime to afford this beautiful Mike McMahon page?

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Iron Timm

Ever think about Iron Fist? I mean really think about Iron Fist. Is he cool on his own merits? I don’t know. Sometimes. But is he cool because he left a clear mark on an entire generation of creators? Yes, he sure is. People from a certain time just identify with the dude as part […]

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Hard Work on Toy-Derived Kids’ Titles Pays Off

Anyone under 30 may not remember the line of toys that inspired this likewise forgettable comic tie-in. Insect men fight other insect men. Stupid, but probably not much more so that most comics at the time. The only reason I’m posting this auction and the only reason you should consider making the $1.50 investment is […]

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Batman/Daredevil: Kings of New York

In 2000 this crossover comic teaming Daredevil with Batman was released. Sometimes I like crossovers and sometimes I don’t. In this case these two superheroes complement each other very well. Both have similar backgrounds and personalities. The story revolves around Catwoman stealing something valuable of Kingpin’s and bring it to Gotham city. Daredevil follows and […]

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A Request of the Utmost Importance

For real. Does anyone know what issue of What If? has the moment where The Rose uses Hobgoblin’s pumpkin bombs to kill both men? I can’t remember what the actual story was about at all, but I love that moment. Hobgoblin yells out for Spider-Man to save him. Spider-Man isn’t even in the room! It’s […]

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For Real Though, It’s Him. I Swear.

Love Ron Lim. Love this period of Silver Surfer. So imagine my excitement when I saw this auction listed. But some of that wind was taken out of my sails when I saw the page. Granted, it’s got some great outer space stuff going on here and surely displays some of Lim’s strengths. But something’s […]

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Michael Jackson Comic

Well well well, I was wondering when I would find a Michael Jackson comic book. And now my prayers have been answered1973.chris is selling his copy of Michael Jackson’s Travels. I say this because if you look at the cover it is obviously a parody of Gullivers Travels. This is from the black era Michael […]

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