We can combine our Instagram-comic appreciation with Superhero Week with a visit to scarecrowbar.
A chance to sweep in and buy a chunk of Millarworld too, and all handily timed for Geek Native's Superhero Week.
This collection of approved previews shows the start of Scarlett Johansson's interview in which she discusses what the Black Widow brings to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, shows some detailed pictures of Taskmaster, the striking image used to introduce the movie's fight coordinator James Young and an interview with Florence Pugh.
Our gamebooks for mature readers have an excellent narrative style, even using many passages from the original H.P Lovecraft masterworks.
You can tell something is working when season 4 of the idea launched on Kickstarter and swiftly attracts hundreds of backers. Graphic Novel Adventures has nearly $80,000 pledged for the 2021 season of their gamebooks.
There's some good news. Not only does Trying Times Comics have a store You can get any print from the series signed and framed.
Alice in Leatherland was a surprise to me. Somewhat, I concede there's a clue in the name.
The series follows Liesel Van Helsing's life as a vampire hunter and her voyage to Europe after a person unknown sends her Abraham Van Helsing's, her father, old journal. It's the story that inspired the Syfy TV show.
Dead or alive, that thing is going in my lunch-pack.
A copy of Detective Comics #27 has sold at Heritage Auctions for $1.125 million dollars. That's a lot, but less the $1.5 one of the other 17 remaining copies went for late last year.