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Could The New Previews Be A WTF Collectible

Could The New Previews Be A WTF Collectible?

Could the foldout cover to the current Previews catalogue, debuting the gatefold WTF Cover for Detective Comics #19 make the catalogue an actual collectors item? The actual covers to the actual comics may not, Previews has a far smaller print run and copies are harder to keep in decent condition. It may be off for […]

Detective Comics Holds The Line At $7.99 For Issue 900/Issue 19

Detective Comics Holds The Line At $7.99 For Issue 900/Issue 19

Detective Comics #19 would have been the 900th issue of the comic if they hadn't have done that New 52 relaunch thing.So, in April, they'll be doing an 80 page comic for $7.99 by John Layman, Jason Fabok, Andy Clarke and a Mad Magazine variant cover.Looking at the size and the price point, do you[...]

Will We Get A Detective Comics #900 In April

Will We Get A Detective Comics #900 In April?

Could we get a Detective Comics #900 In April? The numbers have been crunched, the question has been asked and Dan DiDio has responded...Could we get a Detective Comics #900 In April? The numbers have been crunched, the question has been asked and Dan DiDio has responded...Could we get a Detective Comics #900[...]


Captain America Vs Bradley Manning Julian Assange And WikiLeaks

Captain America Vs Bradley Manning, Julian Assange And WikiLeaks

And as for Justice, well that's debatable.Oh you thought Action Comics #900 had a monopoly on controversial storylines involving patriotic superheroic figures engaged in real world politics? Except in this case it's a story to get the liberals in a lather over, rather than the conservatives.Like if Captain America took down the people behind Wikileaks[...]

Action Comics #900 Gets A Second Print

Action Comics #900 Gets A Second Print

But I understand that DC Comics has sold out of Action Comics #900 And they're going back to print.The fuss around the nine-page story by David Goyer in which Superman tells the American government that he's going to renounce his citizenship so that his actions arent mistaken as an extension of US government foreign policy[...]