Saturday, October 30, 2010

Happy Halloween !!!!!

Wolverine #1 Variants

X-Men: Curse of the Mutants

Thursday, October 28, 2010


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Dynamic Forces

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

2010 Fan Expo Canada Variant Comics: Limited to 1000 Copies

Spider-Man #638 - Fan Expo Canada Exclusive Variant Cover
Cover art by Olivier Coipel

Avengers #4 - Fan Expo Canada Exclusive Variant Cover
Cover art by Phil Jimenez, story by Brian Michael Bendis, artwork by John Romita Jr.

Sunday, October 24, 2010

Wolverine #1 Variant and Remarked !

Today's Dynamic Forces Special:

* TWO WOLVERINE #1 BLANK SKETCH COVERS WITH CONNECTING WOLVERINE REMARK BY KEN HAESER! Get 'em while you can! He's the best there is at what he does and what he does best sure is cool. We're not talking about Wolverine, we're talking about Ken Haeser! Wolverine connecting covers!!! Hand-drawn!The Wolverine #1 blank variant is here and DF is going to have our main man Ken add a Wolverine Sketch to the cover and then connect 'em!!! And this special is being offered for the incredible DF Daily special price of $29.99! (Regular MSRP $89.99) AND ARE ONLY OFFERING 20 SETS IN TODAY'S DAILY SPECIAL!!!


Friday, October 22, 2010

Invaders Now!


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Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Details On The Ultimate Spider-Man Animated Series

"It's fair to say that when we came on the project, Marvel looked at what worked in the past and what hasn't worked," Kelly told MTV News. "They felt like this would be a cartoon for a completely new generation, so let's tear it down and build from scratch and really exploit what animation allows us to do, not replicate what's done in the comics."

"We're hitting a lot of comedy. The action is really frenetic... and kinetic. It's like the technology has caught up with Spider-Man — sort of the same thing they said with the movies, where you can finally do the things you actually want to see him do."

"The building blocks are great," added Seagle. "It's a classic character for obvious reasons, so those pieces will still be in place. Peter Parker is the archetypal teenager. Those story beats don't ever change. The same things that were critical to teenagers then are critical to teenagers now. So a lot of our world is that world — focusing on what it's like to be young and have amazing powers and still try to save the world and go to school."

"Tonally, he's less of a whiner and more of a smart-aleck," Kelly said of Peter Parker. "He understands his responsibility, but he's willing to bust chops as he's moving through it. He's not intimidated with it, as he might have been portrayed in the past."

"Bendis has been great," said Seagle. "He understands that character so thoroughly and that world. All the new stuff and all the old stuff — he's great at synthesizing that and saying, 'This is how that would go.'"

"We all met together and got around the table with Joe Quesada and Jeph Loeb," Kelly said when asked about planning the series. "It's a real free-flow of ideas. Brian knows that stuff so well, it's Paul's first time ever writing Spider-Man, and us lifelong fans of Spidey, we're just throwing things at the wall and seeing what makes us laugh and what we enjoy."

"It would be very, very cool to see a Deadpool in this universe. I don't know if we could actually do it and actually be on TV, but... Spider-Man's rogues gallery is fantastic. There are characters we can and can not use, so it's a little tough. Personally, I love Moon Knight. I'd love to see a Moon Knight in it. I love Mysterio, he's always been a favorite of mine."

Friday, October 15, 2010

Young Justice as shown at the NYCC

Five full minutes of Young Justice.

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Did You Know.....?

Batman made his first appearance in Detective Comics No. 27 in May 1939. In the Spring of the following year, Batman No. 1, featuring the first appearances of The Joker and Catwoman appeared on newsstands. The Joker was created by Kane's assistant Jerry Robinson and Bill Finger supplied the look with a photo of actor Conrad Veidt in the movie The Man Who Laughs. The Penquin didn't appear until December 1941 in Detective Comics No. 58."

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

DC's Young Justice

Greg Weisman: We're adapting Teen Titans, we're adapting Young Justice, we're adapting the whole DC Universe. We're set on Earth 16 in the DC multiverse and we're sort of making ours a young universe. Superman's only been around 10 years, the Justice League's only been around three or four years. Robin's been around four years. The others have been doing it for even less time. Speedy for three, Kid Flash for two, Miss Martian hasn't done it at all yet when our series starts. So we're keeping it young.

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Monday, October 4, 2010

Sunday, October 3, 2010

Saturday, October 2, 2010