Posts Tagged ‘comic books’

Our Comics Origins

Anyone who has ever picked up a comic book at any point in their life knows what an origin story is and what it consist of. From the time we first peel back the cover of a (now old school) floppy comic, a collected trade paperb...


Spider-Man Revisited: Live and Let Die, Clone Saga Part 3a

In the 1990’s, Spider-Man comics were divided into four monthly titles called “Web of Spider-Man”, “Spectacular Spider-Man”, “The Amazing Spider-Man” and “Spider-Man.” My first two parts of the ‘Clone Sa...


Comic Book Variants, A Consumer and Retail Perspective

  There a lot of people out there that criticizes the existence of variant covers, the people who buy them and the companies who put them out. The purpose of this article will be to introduce information, which I find is s...



Comics on a Budget: Trade waiting

We all love comics. Chances are, if you are reading this, then you love comics too. But buying comics each and every week can get expensive and hard to maintain. This week I come to you with yet another tip to help you save a f...


Staying Patriotic: Why I Stand With the DC Nation

Hello there, my name is Henry, and I am a member of the DC Nation. In these tough times, it is important that we stand together and stay strong. It may seem as though everything is coming to a crash, and that our people will be...