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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
Riverdale #1 (2018)
4.00

Riverdale #1 (2018)

Archie Comics does two things very well: classic style books and horror. This FCBD comic was definitely a well executed horror book.

Weird Wonder Tales #18 (1976)
3.50

Weird Wonder Tales #18 (1976)

The material in this book might not be the most terrifying horror title to ever grace market shelves. But this was a 1970s horror anthology that has since earned the respect of collectors, i...

Deep, The #1 (1977)
3.00

Deep, The #1 (1977)

A minor success, not quite on par with Jaws. A year later, the film debuted in theaters. It earned over $100 worldwide and would have been the 7th highest grossing movie of 1977 if not for a...

Iceman #1 (1984)
3.00

Iceman #1 (1984)

Issue #1 would be high on melodrama as Bobby Drake is extremely apprehensive about returning to visit his family, who except for mom and dad, are unaware he's a superhero. Only the last 4 pa...

Donald and Mickey: The Big Fay Flat Blot Plot #TP (2018)
4.50

Donald and Mickey: The Big Fay Flat Blot Plot #TP (2018)

I really enjoyed this book. I feel that my original misgivings towards IDW's Disney run was a little premature. If I can find more of these on the cheap, I will definitely get them. Tons of ...

Fantastic Four #3 (2023)
4.50

Fantastic Four #3 (2023)

Human Torch starts a union at Walmart, gotta love super hero comics!

Punisher: War Journal #33 (1991)
2.50

Punisher: War Journal #33 (1991)

At this point, the run is just fully embracing Frank as a right wing nut job, with him literally talking about how much he wants to go to congress to take care of the "the liberal democrats ...

Sgt. Fury #39 (1967)
5.00

Sgt. Fury #39 (1967)

The Howling Commandos are sent behind enemy lines to discover the secret of the Fortress of Fear! G-2 has received word that the Nazis are developing a top secret weapon code-named 'Thundere...

Dark Horse Presents #1 (1992)
4.00

Dark Horse Presents #1 (1992)

In 1992, Dark Horse produced a pair of commemorative editions of the debut of Dark Horse Presents. One with a green border. Another with silver. This should read as a 5th anniversary issue e...

Punisher 2099 #11 (1993)
2.50

Punisher 2099 #11 (1993)

Absolute 90's trash through and through.

Samurai Jack #3 (2013)
3.00

Samurai Jack #3 (2013)

Not bad by any means but so far it still can't overcome that feeling of just reading compact, less complex versions of Samurai Jack TV episodes.

Saint Sinner #2 (1993)
3.00

Saint Sinner #2 (1993)

The story is iffy and the art and lettering can become incomprehensible but it is also that peak 90's "weird for the sake of it because we can do whatever we want in comics now!" kinda incom...