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There’s just nothing better than 1950’s Wally Wood Sci-Fi art! Here’s a great Wood cover (and interior art) from Rod Hathway–Space Detective from 1951. Enjoy!
Comic books are just fantastic, and we here at ComicsAlliance really believe that. While the name “ComicsAlliance” might have stopped making sense as a phrase and just become the name of the website around six or seven years ago now, it’s something we strive for in how we cover and represent the comics and communities we feature. Comics bring us together, and things that bring us together should be celebrated. With that in mind, we asked our staff why they love comics, and while it’s a broad question, there’s something in each answer worth thinking about.
Colinet And Charretier Announce ‘The Infinite Loop Volume 2: Nothing But The Truth’ [Exclusive Interview]
Originally released in 2015, Pierrick Colinet and Elsa Charretier’s The Infinite Loop is one of those amazing stories that uses a wild sci-fi premise to cut straight to the humanity of its characters. It centers on Teddy, a time traveler responsible for erasing anomalies that result form other time travelers meddling with history, and she’s very good at her job. When she discovers a “human-shaped anomaly” in the form of a beautiful woman, though, she begins to question whether a timestream without a person she’s falling in love with is one that’s worth saving.
The science fiction television series Star Trek premiered on NBC on September 8, 1966. Over the course of fifty years, what began as a simple TV show has evolved and endured to become one of the most iconic franchises in history. It’s basic narrative of a Utopian future where mankind has resolved its internal conflicts and has moved beyond planet Earth has resonated with millions of viewers around the world, while the show’s fictional technological advancements have inspired an untold number of scientists, engineers, astronomers and medical professionals to enter their chosen fields.
Here’s a great post-WWII Penguin cover. And pirates! Everyone likes pirates!
Superman, Batman & Robin save the day (and rescue the pretty girl) on this early 1950’s cover of World’s Finest Comics #51. The early 1950’s issues of this title are generally difficult to find. Enjoy!
Continuing with the scarce early 1950’s World’s Finest Comics covers, here’s issue #52 from 1951.
John and Sam discuss the sales estimates for the top selling comic books for March 2017…