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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
Unexpected #183 (1978)
3.50

Unexpected #183 (1978)

This February, 1978 issue was published almost a full year before the assimilating effects of the Implosion were felt in the title. Yet, the 3 stories presented in this book are full of terr...

Garrison's Gorillas #2 (1968)
4.00

Garrison's Gorillas #2 (1968)

As a tie-in to the 1968 live action series, Dell released a comic book adaptation that ran for 5 issues. 4 of the books featured art by Sam Glanzman including this sophomore effort. A Navy v...

Batman-Santa Claus: Silent Knight #4 (2024)
5.00

Batman-Santa Claus: Silent Knight #4 (2024)

Silent Knight was a flawless Christmas comic book. Way better than that 80-page holiday annual DC also released this year. This mini-series was proof that you can have a story filled with ch...

The Complete Life and Times of Scrooge McDuck #Vol 1 (2019)
4.50

The Complete Life and Times of Scrooge McDuck #Vol 1 (2019)

Building upon the foundation Carl Barks laid decades earlier, The Life and Times of Scrooge McDuck answers questions long posed by Disney comic readers. How did the Beagle Boys come to be a ...

Housecat Trouble #GN Vol 2 (2023)
4.50

Housecat Trouble #GN Vol 2 (2023)

Random House Graphic's Housecat Trouble: Lost and Found is the second work by Mason Dickerson. A native North Carolinian such as myself, Dickerson doesn't have any formal art training. So hi...

Harley Quinn and the Suicide Squad April Fools Special #1 (2016)
1.00

Harley Quinn and the Suicide Squad April Fools Special #1 (2016)

Really, this shouldn't have even been labeled an 'April Fools Special'. There is really nothing about the holiday in this book. During the Silver Age, DC would do these occasional April Fool...

Scooby-Doo Team-Up #25 (2017)
5.00

Scooby-Doo Team-Up #25 (2017)

A beautiful tribute to Denny O'Neil and Neal Adams' 'Hard Travelling Heroes' storyline that not only saw Archer and Ringbearer joining forces in search for the soul of America, but introduce...

Huntress #19 (1990)
4.50

Huntress #19 (1990)

A great ending to a somewhat middling first solo outing for Huntress. It has it's ups and downs but the best aspect is how small in scale it is, entirely focused on the defending of a single...

Knight Terrors: Joker #2 (2023)
4.50

Knight Terrors: Joker #2 (2023)

Probably my favorite of all the Knight Terror stories. Joker meets American Psycho stuff fully takes advantage of the dream state and it's just a great standalone Joker story. Take out the I...

Metal Men #21 (1966)
4.50

Metal Men #21 (1966)

Genuinely surprised how much the humor in these has held up and this issue is a highlight. This is also a good example of a story best experienced in it's original issue format, as part of i...

Sovereign Seven #3 (1995)
3.00

Sovereign Seven #3 (1995)

It feels weird saying a Claremont written work feels like a more hollow X-Men, but it is early and there's interesting ideas present. The issue is I have not found much to attach myself to t...

Shade the Changing Man #3 (1990)
4.50

Shade the Changing Man #3 (1990)

This is my first exposure to Shade, and damn is it a good one, this is such a classic early story and it's treatment of conspiracism has aged incredibly well. This was the era of things like...