The story of a pair of FBI agents whose investigation leads to something otherworldly, Alan Moore's Neonomicon is a tale of cosmic horror.
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A decade before the Phantom Zone, these criminals from Krypton were punished in a way that would have consequences for Superman and Earth
The Aquaman story in More Fun Comics #76 was inspired by real-world events from the early moments of WW2.
In 1968, Stan Lee called the moment that Incredible Hulk #102 was part of "The beginning of the second Golden Age of Marvel".
Fantastic Four #12 is a definitive early Marvel crossover saga featuring the Hulk, and has been a collector favorite for decades.
The Promise Collection is a group of high grade comics from 1939-1952, and in mid 1947, female characters began to take center stage.
Jim Lee, Bill Sienkiewicz, Walt Simonson, Arthur Adams, and many others have art available in the Ed Asner Family Center Charity Auction.
The Eagle first appeared in the Fox Features Syndicate 1940 release Science Comics #1, but then the super-scientist became a super-soldier.
Marvel's original 1955 Black Knight series by Stan Lee and Joe Maneely is likely inspired by the 1954 Black Knight film starring Alan Ladd.
Even in a pop-cultural world where ordinary zombies have become mainstream, the Crossed series by Ennis and Jacen Burrows left its mark.
Whiz Comics 4, published with US Presidential election season in full swing, features Sivana subverting the election with his daughter's help
Flash Comics #5 features a fascinating story about collecting, and a King Standish cover by Jon L. Brummer.
Amazing Spider-Man #149 by Gerry Conway and Ross Andru (and with cover by Gil Kane) would become a controversial moment for the character.
How much candy does it take to film a season of Sweet Tooth? Series star Christian Convery gives us a behind-the-scenes look at the series.
The Promise Collection is a group of high grade comics from 1939-1952, and in early 1947, comics began to head in new directions.