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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.

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MEMBERS' REVIEWS
Doctor Strange #8 (1975)
3.50

Doctor Strange #8 (1975)

Pt. 3 of this Dreaded Dormammu Comeback. Like last Issue, it shines the spotlight on Clea and her Origin. Mother Nature continues to be held captive by Dormammu. By issue's end the Evil One ...

Doctor Strange #7 (1975)
3.00

Doctor Strange #7 (1975)

Continuing the story arc which began the previous issue. Dormammu and his sister still up to no good. Alot of story focused on Clea. It's good. Nothing spectacular happens...a tad generic. O...

Doctor Strange #6 (1975)
3.50

Doctor Strange #6 (1975)

Gene Colan's return to Dr. Strange. Love him or hate him...the fact is their is only one Gene Colan. Personally I've warmed up to his art more over the years. Klaus Janson inking this one di...

Doctor Strange #5 (1974)
4.50

Doctor Strange #5 (1974)

Sadly, Brunner's last issue. What an excellent story to go out on though. Silver Dagger proves to be an interesting villian. Him being a religious fanatic of catholicism makes a nice counter...

Doctor Strange #4 (1974)
4.00

Doctor Strange #4 (1974)

Best issue in the series so far! Strange vs. Death. Not as trippy as the earlier issues. More of a horror comic. Sets the stage for the final showdown with the Silver Dagger quite nicely. Ex...

Doctor Strange #3 (1974)
2.50

Doctor Strange #3 (1974)

Uggh!! A reprint fill in issue. Usually I would be even tougher rating a reprint issue. Given the fact that it's classic Stan Lee and Steve Ditko Dr. Strange from Strange Tales, I'm more gen...

Doctor Strange #2 (1974)
3.50

Doctor Strange #2 (1974)

Very good 2nd issue. The Silver Dagger becomes more of a threat this time. Englehart continues to weave a trippy tale that could only be described as "Dr. Strange's LSD Experience in Greenwi...

Doctor Strange #1 (1974)
3.50

Doctor Strange #1 (1974)

Very good first issue. Brunner starts his short run on Strange with excellent pencils. Englehart is in fine form with Dr. Strange. His acid influenced storytelling is clearly displayed as St...

Bobby Benson's B-Bar-B Riders #1 (1950)
3.50

Bobby Benson's B-Bar-B Riders #1 (1950)

Good worth a lot more than you are saying it's worth so check out the numbers again

Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight #182 (2004)
3.50

Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight #182 (2004)

What carries this book most, in one of my most disliked storylines, is Javier Rodriguez's colors over Brad Walker's pencils. The pencils are tight and detailed in a way that pop with Rodrigu...

Teen Titans/Legion Special #1 (2004)
2.00

Teen Titans/Legion Special #1 (2004)

Given this is at least the second part of the story, I'll admit I came in lost. Though I knew these Teen Titans well and arguably cared about their group (apparently Conner doesn't see them ...

Batman: Sword of Azrael #1 (1992)
2.00

Batman: Sword of Azrael #1 (1992)

On its own, this issue doesn't do much storywise. While Quesada's art is dynamic and at times nicely cinematic without being overbearingly Quesada of Daredevil: Father, for example, I just d...