“I spoke with him a few times. He was one of my favorite conversations ever. He had an electrical conversational wit and was familiar and conversant on so many things. He had an intellect that was so alive and so engaged. It's very rare. He was just right there on everything: art, music, new bands, comic books, Japanese temples. It was just everything.”
NWT! 🍀 RARE! Retro Distressed Comic Jean Jacket! NWT
NWT! 🍀 RARE! Retro Distressed Comic Jean Jacket! This jacket is so cool and stylish the the distressed look throughout and the super cool Comic book character on the back with the words "The Melody Haunts My Reverie" which is a 1965 screen printing by Roy Lichtenstein, referring to the 1927 song "Stardust" by Hoagy Carmichael, also sung by Nat King Cole! Very iconic and a very cool piece to have! Brand new with tags! Smoke free home. Jackets & Coats Jean Jackets
In honor of Spiderman Homecoming we had to share this GEM of a book with you and one of our all time favorite covers. The Amazing Spider-Man Issue 64 CGC Signature Series 9.8 signed by Stan The Man Lee & Legendary cover artists John Romita. This is believed to be the only one in existence with white pages that is double signed. The proud owner of this book is our friends over @SonnysComicsAndCollectibles and the book is available for sale. Please give them a follow for more updates on new…
June 1989-March 1990: The events of Predator #1-4 revolve around NYC Detective Schaefer, the brother of Major Alan "Dutch" Schaefer. Detective Schaefer and his partner, Detective Rasche, discover a Predator in New York City during a drug deal gone bad. Schaefer believes the Predator and a mysterious army general have a connection to his brother, Dutch, which leads Schaefer on a hunt into Colombia.
This is my favorite webcomic by far! This is for all of you people out there who like steampunk themed stuff. Many of the women are bosomy, but modestly dressed the vast majority of the time. The plot is intriguing and the artwork good. I would give this comic a 9/10 or even the rare 10/10 rating.
Ghosts is a comic book series published by DC Comics for 112 issues from September-October 1971 to May 1982. Its tagline was "True Tales of the Weird and Supernatural" (Dec. 1978), changed to "New Tales of the Weird and Supernatural," as of #75 (Apr. 1979), and dropped after #104 (Sept. 1981). Paul Levitz, in a quote on Mark Evanier's News From Me blog, states that prolific scripter Leo Dorfman created the title, and noted "... while it wasn’t a fan favorite (then or in retrospect), it was a…