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Jim Lawson, the artist of The Teenate Mutant Ninja Turtles, created an original artwork for us 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.

The Improbable Trike by Jim Lawson Print/Poster
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MEMBERS' REVIEWS
Blue Devil #28 (1986)
2.50

Blue Devil #28 (1986)

This would otherwise be a forgetful story if it wasn't for the inclusion of Bryan Buck. Buck was a teen who won the 'Why I Should Be In Dare Devil' contest. His idea was that with his abilit...

Lucille #GN (2011)
5.00

Lucille #GN (2011)

Hauntingly engaging. I started thinking this girl is a bit weird and the book was going to be darkly humorous, but mostly humorous. Quickly, we see the protagonists as teens caught in psycho...

G.I. Joe #32 (1985)
4.00

G.I. Joe #32 (1985)

Having read the entire run about twenty years ago, this is a fun random issue to revisit. While the art isn't great, Hama's various plotlines within plotlines are fantastically fun. We have ...

Incredible Hulk #458 (1997)
3.00

Incredible Hulk #458 (1997)

If you've never read the Hulk, probably not an exciting or apt jumping on point. Reading this issue on its own, while Adam Kubert's art is dynamic, and the recap foldout is useful, the emoti...

New Mutants #46 (1986)
5.00

New Mutants #46 (1986)

Claremont and McLeod at their best! I was worried picking up in the middle of a multi-title crossover would not engage, but having read Mutant Massacre years ago, visiting this sole issue on...

Blue Devil #26 (1986)
4.50

Blue Devil #26 (1986)

Blue Devil is at it's best when it's at it's most zaniest! And this issue is straight up daffy! Unfortunately, you're screwed if you decide to pick the day Blue Devil Dan Cassidy chooses to...

Blue Devil #25 (1986)
4.50

Blue Devil #25 (1986)

I've never seen a St. Patrick's Day themed book until now! It's St. Patty's day in Metropolis Blue Devil is enjoying some suds at an Irish Pub when a bunch of Leprechauns run amok! With ...

New Mutants #92 (1990)
2.00

New Mutants #92 (1990)

How to begin... the art or the writing? The art, has to be the art. The Liefeld cover promises some of the dynamic quality of Liefeld's off-the-wall pencils but instead we get Bob Hall, whos...

Amazing Spider-Man #370 (1992)
3.00

Amazing Spider-Man #370 (1992)

Reading this at age 11 vs age 40 means Michelinie's storytelling is much less engaging--much. Black Cat wants her powers back & Scorpion has been upgraded, both by the Tinkerer. A dead man i...

Amazing Spider-Man #343 (1991)
3.00

Amazing Spider-Man #343 (1991)

Larsen's artwork is fun if you don't look too closely; I'm reminding myself this is a book for kids, so me reading this for the first time at age 40 means I'm not the target reader. The cove...

Iron Man #232 (1988)
4.50

Iron Man #232 (1988)

I've not read Armor Wars, formerly known as Stark Wars yet, just this single issue due to its amazing BWS cover and interior. The issue does not disappoint while also making me wonder if Mic...

Iron Man #267 (1991)
3.50

Iron Man #267 (1991)

Byrne plots & Paul Ryan (not the politician) pencils, both capably in a typical, moderately enjoyable early 1990s Marvel Comic. The vibe is generally kind of fun from this era, even the seri...