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Ashcan copies of Golden Age comics are, in a word, rare I don't see them pop up too often in auction houses, and frankly I've maybe seen one in person throughout my years of buying old books In tonight's Jon Berk auction at Comic Connect, a Flash Comics #1 Ashcan will be going to a[...]
Wonder Woman, in a word, is timeless. The character recently celebrated 75 years of being in the pop culture forefront, and finally has her own solo movie
If you collect Golden Age comics, chances are high you have a number of Baker stories in your collection He also did freelance work for Atlas Comics (which would eventually become Marvel), penciling such comics as Western Outlaws, Quick Trigger Action, Frontier Woman and Wild Western. Unfortunately for the industry his genius would come to[...]
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IDW recently released a new installment in their Library of American Comics series, featuring Superman in the The Golden Age Sundays, 1946-1949. Seeing it
By Ryan Michael Both of DC's flagship characters were introduced to the public towards the tail end of the Great Depression. Over the decades, both have