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During a battle against a platoon of Nazis during 1940 Germany, Jay Garrick, alongside his Golden Age teammates, is shocked by the appearance of future Flash, Barry Allen The two Flashes must work together to win the war and find a way to send Barry home in DC and WB Home Entertainment's newest feature, Justice[...]
Want to read some classic Golden Age comics, but don't want to spend the money on buying original issues? PS Artbooks has been solving that problem for fans of that era for some time now, and in this week's Diamond solicits, fans will get to read even more into their favorite Golden Ager comics You[...]
From Phantom Lady #17 to Batman #1, we've seen some of the best that the Golden Age world has to offer! For those of you who are looking for an affordable, if not off the beaten path of regular good girl art, look no further than Suzie #51. Suzie was introduced into the MLJ (Archie Comics)[...]
Alex Schomburg is one of the most prolific and celebrated artists from the Golden Age of comics The Puerto Rican born artist had one of the most significant impacts on comic art during his lifetime, creating some of the most memorable and beautiful covers from that era Some of his most prolific covers include Startling[...]
Pre-code comic collectors and late Golden Age fans should keep an eye on this Fight Against Crime #20 can be yours — but only if you have a ComicConnect account! Accounts are free, and you never know what comic treasures you may find This particular auction ends May 20th and is part of Session 3[...]
Calling all Batman fans! ComicConnect has a true collectors piece in their newest event auction. Will you be the new owner of a Batman #1?
Welcome back to another episode of Diving Into the Comics Vault! We're now five issues into MLJ's flagship title, Pep Comics.
Allen Belman, Golden Age artist who worked on Captain America, The Patriot, The Destroyer, The Human Torch, Jap Buster Johnson and Jet Dixon of the Space Squadron, All Winners Comics, Marvel Mystery, Sub Mariner Comics, Young Allies, and countless other books, has passed away He was 96 years old He was a staff artist for[...]
We tend to think of comics as being influenced by film, books, and other media, and while they have been, it's far less true than one might think. The era of the early 1950s, a time that sits uncomfortably between the Golden Age and Silver Age, is far less studied than those two periods We've started[...]
AC Comics, continuing their tradition of reprinting Golden Age Comics, bring you Golden Age Greats Spotlight Vol 18 this June This edition will contain plenty of Golden Age crime and romance comics for your delight More details below. GOLDEN AGE GREATS SPOTLIGHT #18 Crime and romance comic books aimed at a largely adult audience made up a large[...]
Wow! What a week it has been for comic collectors. ComicConnect has had some real heavy hitters in their auction this week, and there has been something
So many, in fact, that although you might be familiar with much of his work from the Marvel Silver Age (the era which brought us the Avengers, Fantastic Four, Incredible Hulk, Thor, and on and on) and his 1970s DC work (Darkseid and more), you might not be quite so familiar with his work from[...]
In 1940, writer Jerry Seigel and artist Joe Shuster (who created some obscure character named Superman), came up with a two-page comic for Look magazine titled "How Superman Would End The War." This story caused such an uproar with the Nazi party that Das Schwarze Korps (the weekly SS newsletter) published an entire article blasting both[...]
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