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Real Fantasy Women in Comics

All written content ©2013 Mike Pascale. Visual content ©2013 its respective owner(s). There’s no shortage of posts griping and sniping about the portrayal of women in comics–especially…

The Best Covers You've Never Seen--Nick Cardy's Aquaman Covers

You know who doesn't get enough respect? Nick Cardy doesn't get enough respect. Did you know, for example, that Cardy drew the covers for...

The Best Covers You've Never Seen--Nick Cardy's Aquaman Covers

You know who doesn't get enough respect? Nick Cardy doesn't get enough respect. Did you know, for example, that Cardy drew the covers for...

Aquaman Covers

A cover gallery for the comic book Aquaman

Aquaman Covers #50-99

A cover gallery for the comic book Aquaman

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GCD :: Cover :: Aquaman #60

The Aquaman Shrine

When I started The Aquaman Shrine, on a random, quiet night in October 2006--11 years ago today--I thought of it as a fun way to display my then-tiny collection of Aqua-merch, a public demonstration of my adoration for DC Comics' King of the Seven Seas. I had enough stuff thatI thought I could run it for a year, at best. Little did I know, of course, that in short order the Shrine would become the main creative outlet of my life, a daily, swirling conversation between me and the hundreds…

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Diversions of the Groovy Kind

Waaaaaaay back in November of 2010, Ol' Groove posted the splashes from John Byrne's Groovy Age run on the Avengers (issues 181-191). When I posted 'em, I promised to share the splashes from his legendary fill-in run on Avengers 164-166. Well, it's the future, and here they are! Words by Jim Shooter, inks by Pablo Marcos! To say that we went ga-ga over Shooter and Byrne's Nefaria Trilogy would be like saying Farrah Fawcett was kinda cute. Byrne's art was awe-inspiring. So awe-inspiring that…

Aquaman Covers

A cover gallery for the comic book Aquaman

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1969 Aquman Comic Book #44 DC Comics Unrestored comic book. Cover Price 0.12 cents. It's about time for an Aquaman movie. Jim Aparo art. Estimated Higher Grade Range FN-VF Excellent addition to any collection. All 100% Positive Feedback Rating on the old auction site since 1999 with 484 transactions and counting. Twenty years of it has really added to our appreciation for Etsy and all our customers here. Shop with Confidence! Please CHECK THE HI-RES SCANS for condition. We are not…

Crypto Collectibles presents Bugs Bunny is a Jerk to Justice League

Crypto Collectibles presents Bugs Bunny is a Jerk to Justice League. These were created for a “PhotoBomb Challenge” that included taking the below image of Bugs Bunny and popping him anywhere..

Aquaman #7 (DC, 1963) Nick Cardy Cover

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Adventure Comics Vol 1 446

"Aquaman: "The Manta-Ray Means Murder!"":Aquaman finally finds a missing Aqualad and Aquagirl captive of Black Manta on a Mississippi river boat, where the villain has been undertaking smuggling oper Adventure Comics #446 is an issue of the series Adventure Comics (Volume 1) with a cover date of August, 1976. 1 Appearing in Aquaman: "The Manta-Ray Means Murder!" 2 Synopsis for Aquaman: "The Manta-Ray Means Murder!" 3 Appearing in The Creeper: "Mind Over Murder" 4 Synopsis for The Creeper…

Aquaman Issue 47

1 Synopsis 1.1 "Come the Revolution" 1.2 "The Adventures of Aquaboy!" 2 Appearances 2.1 "Come the Revolution" 2.1.1 Individuals 2.1.2 Locations 2.2 "The Adventures of Aquaboy!" 2.2.1 Individuals 2.2.2 Locations 3 Links As Aquaman and Mera race to Atlantis, Narkran's tyranny continues to escalate. Disgruntled Atlantean youth move towards revolution. Aquagirl attempts to persuade the revolutionary leader to have patience, but her pleas fall on deaf ears. In short order, the revolutionaries…