Venus Archives

Venus Returns in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #127 From IDW
Announced at ComicsPRO's Annual Conference, this week the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles comic book series from IDW has reintroduced a controversial character not seen in 24 years, Venus Or at least, most of her. Turtles screencap First introduced as a live-action character in the 1990s, Venus was the first female Turtle, preceding Jennika (introduced in IDW's best-selling issue[...]
Thor appears in Marvel's Venus #12.
There were several comic book depictions of the mythological god Thor before the famous Marvel character we know today which appeared Journey into Mystery #83 by Jack Kirby and Stan Lee.  Kirby himself did work on several prior versions, including in Adventure Comics #75 (June 1942), Boy Commandos #7 (Summer 1944), and Tales of the[...]
Venus Returns in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #127 From IDW
This is the solicitation to Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #128, updated to feature the news of the return of Venus, the original female Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle from the nineties TV show. TMNT ONGOING #128 CVR A TUNICA IDW PUBLISHING FEB220430 (W) Sophie Campbell (A/CA) Pablo Tunica Donatello and Alopex infiltrate the lab of Dr Jasper Barlow in a bid[...]
Venus Returns in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #127 From IDW
Venus, Turtles screencap First introduced as a live-action character in the 1990s, Venus was the first female Turtle, preceding Jennika (introduced in IDW's best-selling issue #95) by over two decades She first appeared in the television series, Ninja Turtles: The Next Mutation There, she was portrayed by Nicole Parker and voiced by Lalainia Lindbjerg. While Venus proved a polarizing[...]
Venus #1, Kid Colt #1, the Promise Collection 1948.
PEOPLE OF STATE OF NEW YORK, dozens of cities across the country were preparing local comic book ordinances designed to circumvent that decision.  On September 22, 1948, the Los Angeles Country Board of Supervisors passed an ordinance effectively banning an enormous range of comic books. Venus #1, Kid Colt #1, the Promise Collection 1948. But as these[...]
Venus #1, Marvel 1948.
Venus is a truly unusual Marvel/Timely/Atlas comic book series The title's 19 issue run from 1948 to 1952 spans a time of major change in the American Comic book industry.  Superheroes were on the decline, and other genres such as romance, horror and science fiction were on the rise on America's newsstands.  Venus started as[...]
Venus #18 (Timely, 1952) covery by Bill Everett.
Venus is a truly unusual Marvel/Timely/Atlas comic book series The title's 19 issue run from 1948 to 1952 spans a time of major change in the American Comic book industry.  Superheroes were on the decline, and other genres such as romance, horror and science fiction were on the rise on America's newsstands.  Venus started as[...]
Jim Lee Creates Superhero Venus Based On Venus Williams at DC Fandome
Venus Williams is an American professional tennis player, former world No 1, and generally regarded as one of the all-time greats of women's tennis She is also an entrepreneur, and fashion designer, including working with DC Comics intellectual property, and talks about using Wonder Woman in many of her designs, both for DC and not[...]
Marvel Drops "Stan Lee's" Venus, More on Marvel Unlimited for Valentines Day
Included are issues #2-9 of Venus, the 1948 Timely series which ran for 19 issues. Marvel was apparently spotty with their credits at that time None of the issues have the creators credited on the pages, and even the normally reliable ComicBookDB seems unsure of who drew what They credit George Klein as inker, but this very[...]
A Story With Scientific Plausibility: Venus From Boom! Studios
BOOM! Studios is bringing us a science fiction tale this December, entitled Venus, from creator Filip Sablik (Last Mortal), co-creator and writer Rick Loverd (Berserker), and artist Huang Danlan. In Venus, it's the year 2150 Earth's resources are depleted, and countries race to outer space to mine what they need from other planets China has laid[...]