Silver Age Archives

Batman Fights A Dragon On Iconic Cover On Auction At Heritage
Taking bids for only a couple more hours, this key Batman comic from the Silver Age features not only the Caped Crusader taking on a dragon, but it is the first Silver Age appearance of The Penguin, one of his oldest foes Also soon to be played onscreen by Colin Farrell in The Batman #155[...]
mystery tales comics
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[...]
Man Of Steel — The Bleeding Cool Review
The Reeve films evoked, for me, Silver Age Superman The guy with the power of a god, but with a smile on his lips. The Brandon Routh soft-reboot started well enough, with that breath-taking air rescue stunt, but the air slowly went out of that balloon as Routh's Reeve tribute act gave way to Creepy Stalker[...]
Brian Bolland Is Selling His Silver Age Collection
  Brian Bolland is selling his Silver Age comics collection Why? He writes; Why? Well, in a few words: You can't take 'em with you My wife said something to the effect : "In the event of your demise what would I do with all those comics." And I thought – yes – I should sell them[...]
The Stock Exchange – Prime Time
In looking at all CGC 9.8 sales of ASM #100 over the past decade, the sale last week and the one in September are the two lowest prices for this comic in the history of CGC grading. While the Bronze Age might be taking a beating, the Silver Age definitely isn't, such as this copy of[...]