Category Archives: Comic Books
Here’s a terrific WWII cover by the great Alex Schomburg. This issue of Black Terror #5 was published in 1944. Enjoy!
In this issue of World’s Finest Comics #42 from 1949, the Wyoming Kid started as a regular feature in this title. He made his debut in DC’s Western Comics #1 a year earlier in 1948. Enjoy!
It’s no secret that next to the Golden Age superheroes, my favorite comics were produced by Dell and other publishers for the Walt Disney Company. Walt Disney’s Comics and Stories was the main comic book published for Disney during the … Continue reading
I don’t have many slabbed or pedigree comics; however, this Two-Face cover on Batman #50 is both – graded 3.5 by CGC and a Crowley Pedigree issue. This is a really great cover from the Golden Age. Enjoy!
The cover of issue 61 of Superman from November of 1949 doesn’t tip-off the reader to the monumental story that appears inside. This issue not only features the first appearance of Kryptonite in the comic book, it’s the first time … Continue reading
Dick Briefer’s Frankenstein was a “humor horror” title in the early issues. It later changed to an all horror themed book. It’s one of my favorite non-superhero Golden Age series. Here’s issue #2 from 1945. I covered this character in my … Continue reading
Here’s a GAC Rewind to Episode #42 where we cover all things Superman! Enjoy!
Episodes 38 through 51 have been uploaded and are now available on the GAC site and on iTunes. I will upload another batch next month. You can access each episode page from the Show Index link at the top of … Continue reading
Here’s another great Donald Duck cover on Mickey Mouse Magazine Vol. 2, No. 10 from 1937. Enjoy!
This week Troy Brownfield and Steve Ekstrom return to the podcast to discuss Terminal. Terminal is a pulp anthology comic book with a little bit of something for every fan. Bringing together some of the best independent writers and artists working in the industry today. It’s also the start of something big… Imminet Press! We hope you […]