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Speed Comics #13 (1941)
While he held onto Champ Comics until early 1942, for as-yet unknown reasons, he published the title for just two issues of Speed Comics before passing the title along to Alfred Harvey in mid-1941.  But those two issues would be memorable, and perhaps most importantly Speed Comics #13 would introduce the patriotic superhero Captain Freedom[...]
Speed Comics #6 (Brookwood, 1940)
Temerson had yet another imprint called Nita as well.  Temerson's roots were obviously important to him, and while the historically important comic book title Speed Comics is usually associated with Harvey Publications, the title actually got its start at Temerson's Brookwood There are several issues of the early Golden Age Speed Comics title from publisher[...]
Witches Tales #25 (Harvey, 1954)
Witches Tales #25 (Harvey, 1954) is a classic among two different groups of people for two different reasons that involve the same story.  Pre-Code Horror collectors love that classic terrifying yet fascinating cover by Warren Kremer, which purports to represent the interior feature named "What's Happening at… 8:30 PM," while there's been a lot of[...]
Gotham Season 2 Recap: And The Villains Shall Rise! (BC Rewind)
Classic villains from the Batman mythos are introduced, and favorites from season one get some room to grow. FOX The cast of Gotham has expanded since season one, here's a look at the major players: Detective Jim Gordon (Ben McKenzie): His "Good Guy" image in tatters, Gordon is torn between doing what's right (the law) and doing what's[...]
Sabrina Meets a "Familiar" Face in Netflix's New 'Chilling Adventures' Clip
Intelligent, compassionate and brave to the point of recklessness, Sabrina is all that stands between us and the forces of darkness that threaten our world. Harvey Kinkle (Ross Lynch) is Sabrina's boyfriend The prince charming of this dark fairy tale, Harvey is the son of a coal miner, a dreamboat and a dreamer, completely unaware of[...]
Now You're Mine
Willis "Diamondback" Stryker (Erik LaRay Harvey) tells his men to shoot her since he's bulletproof Hernan "Shades" Alvarez (Theo Rossi) comes in, surprised to see what's going on Luke scoops up Misty, runs for the kitchen, and barricades the door One of the thugs grabs Claire Temple (Rosario Dawson). Shades tells them to forget Luke —[...]
Swipe File: Black Cat And The Birthday Card
On the left, the cover to Harvey Comics classic, Black Cat #1. On the right, a birthday card designed by one Stephen Mackey of UK-based greeting card/gift item company Lip International In Swipe File we present two or more images that resemble each other to some degree They may be homages, parodies, ironic appropriations,[...]
Why Frankie Boyle's Comic Is So Much Better Than His Comedy
Frankie Boyle, author of Rex Royd in CLiNT, and famed British stand up comedian is in trouble in the UK, for a joke he made about glamour model Jordan's obese, blind, disabled young son, Harvey. In his new "no limits" TV show Frankie Boyle's Tramadol Nights on Channel 4, as part of a standup set he[...]