mini comics


The First Super-Hero Comic Dennis ONeil Wrote in Marvel Mini-Comics

The First Super-Hero Comic Dennis O'Neil Wrote in Marvel Mini-Comics

In 1966, Marvel comics published millions of mini-comics, just two centimetres, high and distributed in gum-ball machines throughout the US. The comics were also given away to members of Marvel's fan club and also sold as cake decorations. They entered the Guinness Book of World Records as the smallest comic books ever published and Superman […]

Plants Vs Zombies Mini-Comics Go Mainstream With Dark Horse

Plants Vs Zombies Mini-Comics Go Mainstream With Dark Horse

Seen in the wild, the Plants Vs Zombies mini-comics bags from Dark Horse, including Paul Tobin's comics for the publisher based on the popular game, as well as posters, stickers, tattoos and trading cards with codes for more comics or the digital variety. And sold in mass market venues. And this is how they'll look […]