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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
Marvel Comics Presents #42 (1990)
4.00

Marvel Comics Presents #42 (1990)

A very good issue with a great 8-page Daughters of the Dragon story!

Showcase Presents: Enemy Ace #TP Vol 1 (2008)
4.50

Showcase Presents: Enemy Ace #TP Vol 1 (2008)

This 500 plus page volume contains every Pre-CRISIS main appearance of Enemy Ace (with exception of his appearances in Justice League of America as a part of the Five Warriors From Forever.)...

Marvel Comics Presents #41 (1990)
3.50

Marvel Comics Presents #41 (1990)

A better offering after a couple of previous issue duds.

Marvel Comics Presents #40 (1990)
1.50

Marvel Comics Presents #40 (1990)

Again, only 1 out of 4 stories were enjoyable.

Marvel Comics Presents #39 (1990)
1.50

Marvel Comics Presents #39 (1990)

The only thing that sets this issue truly apart is that finally after 39 issues, Spider-Man appears! It's regrettable that Spidey's story is a one-and-done tale of only 8 pages. I guess the ...

Zatanna And The House Of Secrets #GN (2020)
4.50

Zatanna And The House Of Secrets #GN (2020)

It had lots of nostalgic Easter eggs. But it also managed to seem fresh and brand new too!

Doctor Strange #25 (1977)
3.50

Doctor Strange #25 (1977)

A fun read! Starlin makes the story blaze along at a fast pace that keeps you entertained. Solid issue!! 7 out of 10

Scooby-Doo Team-Up #34 (2018)
4.50

Scooby-Doo Team-Up #34 (2018)

The inclusion of Huntress was the only down-side of the story. I've never really been a fan of her. She never felt like an appropriate heir to Batman and/or Catwoman. And then Post-CRISIS, I...

Doctor Strange #24 (1977)
3.50

Doctor Strange #24 (1977)

The High Priest of Marvel Cosmic Shenanigans(Jim Starlin) has taken over writing duties from Marv Wolfman. Much improved and appreciated. The best issue since Englehart and Colan left the bo...

Doctor Strange #23 (1977)
3.00

Doctor Strange #23 (1977)

Enter the High Priest of Marvel Cosmic Shenanigans! Jim Starlin!! Starlin's visual storytelling adds some much needed spice to the title. Unfortunately Wolfman is still providing the uninspi...

Doctor Strange #22 (1977)
2.50

Doctor Strange #22 (1977)

Oh geez. The Hippies at the bullpen were smoking weed in the file room again. Even though Dr. Strange is bi-monthly they still weren't able to get the right cover for the book. So don't thin...

Doctor Strange #21 (1977)
1.50

Doctor Strange #21 (1977)

It's official. Welcome to Mid 1970's Marvel Madness. The Hippies have taken over the Bullpen and Marvel can't get their books out on time. Still pre Jim Shooter era...so...we get a reprint. ...