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Tales of Suspense #41 (Marvel, 1963)
In the early Silver Age, it took Marvel a couple of times to learn its lesson with the color gray.  The color was difficult to print with consistency during that time (and really… as someone with a lot of experience prepping color comics for print, I can tell you that subsequent decades sometimes didn't improve[...]
Tales of Suspense #39 featuring Iron Man, Marvel 1963.
Tales of Suspense #39 featuring the first appearance of Iron Man is one of my favorite Silver Age Marvel comic book keys based on the fascinating way it reflects its moment in time.  Everyone knows that Tony Stark is based on real-life Billionaire industrialist Howard Hughes — even the USAF mentioned it when they discussed[...]
Tales of Suspense #104 cover by Yasmine Putri
However, Black Widow has her own plans for the Red Room which Clint and Bucky may ruin. Tales of Suspense #104 cover by Yasmine Putri Have you ever tried to explain a point to someone only to realize, at the end, that you have either lost the idea or even outright contradicted it? That specific scenario explains[...]
Black Widow Tales of Suspense #103 cover by Andrea Sorrentino
How did this happen? What has she been doing? What does this have to do with the resurfacing of Yelena Belova and the other mysterious events happening around the Winter Soldier and Hawkeye? Tales of Suspense #103 cover by Andrea Sorrentino Tales of Suspense #103 departs from following Hawkeye and Winter Soldier to show us everything that has[...]
comics for your pull box 3/21/18
Can Thor stop this monster? Will Jane Foster live to see another day? Pick up this issue from Jason Aaron and Russell Dauterman to find out. Tales of Suspense #103 cover by Andrea Sorrentino Tales of Suspense #103 Black Widow, aka Natasha Romanoff, died, but the Winter Soldier and Hawkeye just found her while investigating someone they expected to be her hit[...]
Tales of Suspense #102 cover by Yasmine Putri
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Tales of Suspense #102 kicks off with the Winter Solider and Hawkeye taking former Black Widow Yelena Belova back to her apartment for interrogation Once the questioning proves unfruitful, they tail her to her next location Things don't go as planned, though Clint and Bucky must chase down other leads to discover if Natasha[...]
Tales of Suspense #101 cover by Andrea Sorrentino
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Tales of Suspense #101 opens with the Winter Soldier and Hawkeye narrowly survive an explosion Clint thinks it was the work of the Black Widow Bucky doesn't believe it. The two return to New York and link up with an old S.H.I.E.L.D contact who verifies that there is another player in the spy game taking[...]
Brevoort: Parts Of Secret Empire "Made The Right People Unhappy And Upset"
Ultimately, it was a good thing because people know not to blindly trust authority figures anymore. Smith on Tales of Suspense, the new series first revealed on Bleeding Cool that will see Hawkeye and the Winter Soldier team up to figure out why enemies of the Black Widow are suddenly ending up dead: She died on national[...]
Marvel's New Trademarks – From Drax The Destroyer To Eternals
They have now added Thunderbolts, Tales Of Suspense, Nova, Heroes For Hire, Hawkeye, Eternals, Drax The Destroyer, Daredevil, Black Widow and Defenders. Just trademarks usually indicate an intention to publish solo books under those titles, or to consolidate the trademarks for books currently or recently published There is a notable presence of digital comics in the[...]
$5.8 Million In Sales at 100% Sell-Through Comic And Art Auction
All 1,700 lots sold during the auction held Nov 21-23 in Beverly Hills. The top selling comic of the day was Tales of Suspense #39 CGC 9.6 that sold for $262,900.00.  Other top sellers: The Avengers #1, CGC NM 9.4, for $89,625. Original cover art for Conan the Barbarian #4 for $87,235. Journey Into Mystery #83, CGC NM- 9.2, ended at[...]
Marvel Trademarks Tales To Astonish And Tales Of Suspense
Hence the trademarking, I guess. Well two that seem to have popped up in the last month are for two classic Marvel titles, Tales To Astonish and Tales Of Suspense. The first was a sci-fi anthology that famously merged with The Hulk, with issue 107 And the second became Captain America with issue 100. And now, both appear[...]
Whiz Comics #2
This is also true for #20 (9.0 with off-white/white pages, $1,624), #21 (9.4 with off-white/white pages, $1,822), #27 (9.4 with white pages, $1,850), #29 (9.2 with white pages, $1,510), #30 (9.0 with white pages, $1,250), #33 (9.2 with off-white/white pages, $1,150), #34 (9.4 with white pages, $1,700), #38 (9.6 with off-white/white pages, $1,800), #48 (9.6[...]