In 2001, the WB sought to bring "no tights, no flight" to Superman and TV, and TV Guide was there with coverage, a comic, and the Dodsons.
Ian Melton Archives
Japanese Teacher, Comic Book, Manga, & Anime collector, LCBS worker, father of 2, fan of far too many things for far too long...
As we entered March there wre no new DC four packs at Walmart, but just arrived are eight new sets, half featuring Future State on top.
Walmart had new five packs in December from DC, but the lack of any desireable books, made the Jim Lee posters all anyone wants.
One does not expect to find a comic book in a "woman's magazine", let alone a TMNT Christmas comic in Ladies' Home Journal, December 1990.
The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles have had many video games, but only one came with a comic book: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Smash-Up #1
In 1987, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Fan Club was launched with cool items including the super rare TMNT Street Collector's Edition #1.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Cereal is fondly remembered by those who grew up in the nineties, as were the three comics the cereal included.
4 different comics in General Mills Cereal boxes for Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice meant that for a full set, you'd eat alot of cereal.
Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice yielded some interesting comics with General Mills, and had a high level of promotion to go with them.
General Mills Presents Batman V Superman #2 Field Trip brought back Christos Gage, but most people remember the cereals, without comics.
DC Comics released several Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice tie-in comics, but Playground Heroes issues came free with cereal.
Published over a year, AOL had a new exclusive Batman comic every weekday, tying to a video game called Batman: The Shadow of Sin Tzu.
Toys R' Us did many promotional comics, but The X-Men Premium Edition #1 serves as obscure issue with an important Deadpool connection.
The Batman Arkham Asylum video game is one of the best-known versions of Batman, but far less known is the prequel comic, The Road To Arkham.
2013's Man of Steel had an extensive prequel comic released, plotted by Zack Snyder, & David Goyer, drawn by Jerry Ordway and staring Supergirl.