The comic book Witchblade created by Top Cow founder and owner Marc Silvestri, editor David Wohl, writers Brian Haberlin and Christina Z, and artist
Tim Sale's artwork on Batman: The Long Halloween is much admired for its balance of black and white, smoother and more fluid than the likes of Miller and
Al Jaffee turned one hundred years old earlier this year. Born in 1921, he is best known for his work in the MAD Magazine including his trademark feature,
Snag this copy of the first appearance of Mephisto that is taking bids at Hetitage Auctions today, hurry it ends soon!
Tomorrow, Alienware is launching a new esports series that will be taking part over the next several weeks called the 2021 Alienware Games.
With the approaching Netflix adaptation of Neil Gaiman's The Sandman, there is much collector attention focused on the comic books from the eighties and
Alienware is launching a new esports series to happen over the last bit of the summer called the 2021 Alienware Games, launching August 27th.
Bob Kane, co-creator of Batman (and for decades credited as the sole creator of Batman, thanks to the kind of deal with DC Comics that they would never
This is a beauty. Carl Barks is best known for his Disney Ducks comic books, including the creation of Scrooge McDuck, Gladstone Gander, Gyro Gearloose,
I guess this is proof that if you wait long enough, anything becomes valuable, even X-Men #1. As part of this weekend's August 8-9 Sunday & Monday
I saw the Venom 2: Let There Be Carnage trailer on the IMAX screen ahead of The Suicide Squad last night. Carnage does look good on the screen. And with
A couple of really nice graded test shot Magic: The Gathering cards are on auction right now at Heritage Auctions.
Back in March, a Giant-Size X-Men #1 CGC slabbed at a 9.8 condition sold for $67,900. In April a similar copy sold for $60,000. But the market has been
Okay, here we go. The first appearance of Harley Quinn in comic books - she had previously appeared in the Batman: The Animated Series cartoon, but in
Okay, here we go. The first appearance of Mike Allred's character Madman (outside of ads) was in Creatures of the Id #1 published by Caliber Press, in