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Venus #18 (Timely, 1952) covery by Bill Everett.
The title's 19 issue run from 1948 to 1952 spans a time of major change in the American Comic book industry.  Superheroes were on the decline, and other genres such as romance, horror and science fiction were on the rise on America's newsstands.  Venus started as a sort of light-hearted superhero/romance hybrid, with the character[...]
Daredevil #1 cover art by Jack Kirby, inked by Bill Everett, Marvel 1964.
The April 1964 cover-dated debut issue by Stan Lee and Bill Everett, with a cover penciled by Jack Kirby and inked by Everett.  The debut issue of the series features the first appearance and origin of the character who has gone onto popularity in comics and beyond. Notably, ComicConnect has also just sold another copy of[...]
First Story Page Of Daredevil #1 Original Artwork, At Auction
And one such is this Daredevil #1 original artwork page by Daredevil co-creator Bill Everett for Daredevil #1 from 1964, written by Stan Lee. At the time of writing, it has received bids of over $58,000 and still has days to go – it's up at 12:00 PM Central Time, Thursday, April 1, 2021. First Story Page[...]
Venus #19 is the Pre-Code Horror You Need, Only from ComicConnect!
This cover by Bill Everett is one of my favorites Now Venus was originally not a horror comic Initially, it centered around the titular Venus — before shifting to a science fiction tone Then, it boasted a romantic angle, until finally settling on a horror vibe before being canceled after issue #19 It should also[...]
Super Weird Heroes v2.4: We Never Sleep
When I have a little more time to research this than I have this week, I'm likely to find that the Arnold family and Bill Everett's (of Submariner fame, and much more) family are related The Everett family has a long and distinguished history in Massachusetts Bill Everett's great-grandfather Edward Everett gave the speech at[...]
AC Comics
It includes creators such as Bill Everett, Ross Andru, Steve Ditko, Wally Wood, Joe Kubert, George Tuska, and much more More details below. CRYPT OF HORROR #36 Much of the best artwork on the great Pre-Code horror comics of the 1950's was produced by art stars who shone in other genres (superheroes, Westerns, War, even love and humor)[...]
A New Rights Issue Waiting To Happen – Namor, The Sub-Mariner?
So we have rumours of a Namor The Sub Mariner movie planned, wither at Universal of Marvel depending who is talking. But here is a very interesting point to touch about a supposed Namor movie. He is one of the rare Marvel characters that has an actual, 100% solid rights-reversion case. Here's how it goes. The first appearance of[...]