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To celebrate our 10th year we got Jim Lawson, ye that Jim Lawson, the artist of The Teenate Mutant Ninja Turtles, to do an original artwork called "The Improbable Trike #181". The Improbable Trike is a parody of the infamous Incredible Hulk #181. Check out this poster and shirt featuring the artwork and you can find more products at our shop. We will be adding more products and variants, but don't wait, go grab some merch.

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Detective Comics #442 (1974)
4.00

Detective Comics #442 (1974)

Classic sky line cover Knife!

Betty and Veronica: Halloween ComicFest 2014 #1 (2014)
4.50

Betty and Veronica: Halloween ComicFest 2014 #1 (2014)

The girls decide to have a sleepover on Halloween watching scary movies. Knowing that Archie, Reggie, and Jug will try to scare them, Betty and Veronica turn the tables on the guys by dressi...

Wrath of the Spectre #4 (1988)
3.50

Wrath of the Spectre #4 (1988)

The cover says “3 All New Classics.” Now before you label this an oxy-moron, let me explain. Due to the controversial nature of the Spectre revival, the series was pulled without warning...

Cow Boy Hallow's #One-Shot (2012)
4.00

Cow Boy Hallow's #One-Shot (2012)

I give this 2012 ComicFest offering an E for Effort. The cover is a cool Halloween themed pic of our hero, Cow Boy. I think this story appeals to those who remember dressing up as a cowboy f...

Saga #TP Vol 1 (2012)
5.00

Saga #TP Vol 1 (2012)

I decided I wanted to get into comics and Saga came highly recommended. I have never gotten into super heroes thus the Marvel/DC world was never really appealing to me. Saga showed me there ...

Kamandi: At Earth's End #3 (1993)
3.50

Kamandi: At Earth's End #3 (1993)

Well, the plot got better. Sadly, the artwork remains quite unrealistic. Case in point: Kamandi and company find a car with self-refueling power cells (ok, I buy that) and they hit the open...

Kamandi: At Earth's End #2 (1993)
1.50

Kamandi: At Earth's End #2 (1993)

No one looks the same. And every mutant male is way too top heavy. (This type of art work is a main reason why I am not a fan of A.D. 2000) I hate it. The Omega Man, Mad Max, and Night of t...

Kamandi: At Earth's End #1 (1993)
3.50

Kamandi: At Earth's End #1 (1993)

This Elseworld tale involves Kamandi being forced by his computerized “Mother” to kill a mysterious man in Arizona. Along the way, he meets a guy who just happens to have an unlimited su...

Wrath of the Spectre #3 (1988)
4.50

Wrath of the Spectre #3 (1988)

Jim Corrigan finally gets his wish and becomes human once again. However, it takes a gunshot wound for the hard-boiled detective to finally figure out that the supreme bring has lifted his r...

Fantastic Four #90 (1969)
4.50

Fantastic Four #90 (1969)

This is the Oldest comic that I have in my collection. Good as hell.

Wrath of the Spectre #2 (1988)
4.50

Wrath of the Spectre #2 (1988)

Wraith of the Spectre was a 1988 miniseries that reprints the 1970s series that ran for about a dozen issues of Adventure Comics. This Spectre was a return to the golden age hero created by ...

Steampunk Halloween #3 (2013)
1.50

Steampunk Halloween #3 (2013)

If I didn’t get this out or a grab bag or bargain bin, I think I would’ve written the company to demand my money back. This just isn’t such a great comic. There are 2 more specials in ...