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Section Zero to feature a George Perez alternative cover

posted by Vu Sleeper

From, thanks to Ilke

SECTION ZERO #1 (Apr 2019)
Image Comics

The award winning team of writer Karl Kesel (Superboy, Harley Quinn) and artist Tom Grummett (X-Men Forever, The Death of Superman, Superboy) return to their fan-favorite, critically acclaimed series, Section Zero. The science-fiction adventure is set to launch from Image/Shadowline Comics this April.

Section Zero kicks off with Part One: “Ground Zero,” where readers meet a team of fearless adventurers. Together the crew uncovers the secrets behind UFOs, monsters, and lost civilizations in a story that can best be described as, “Jack Kirby does The X-Files.”

Section Zero will feature alternate covers by super-star artists including Walter Simonson, George Perez, Adam Hughes, Dave Gibbons, Mike Wieringo, and many more!

Guardians of the Galaxy: Tomorrow's Heroes Omnibus came out January 2, 2019

posted Jan 13, 2019, 10:45 PM by Vu Sleeper

From, thanks to Ilke

Marvel Comics
1st printing. Collects Marvel Super Heroes (1966-1982 1st Series) #18; Marvel Two-in-One (1974-1983) #4-5, 61-63 and 69; Giant-Size Defenders (1974) #5; Defenders (1972-1986 1st Series) #26-29; Marvel Presents (1975-1977) #3-12; Thor (1962-1996 1st Series) Annual #6; Avengers (1963-1996 1st Series) #167-168, 170-177 and 181; Ms. Marvel (1977-1979 1st Series) #23; and Marvel Team-Up (1972-1985 1st Series) #86. Written by Arnold Drake, Mark Gruenwald, Ralph Macchio, Roger Stern, Jim Shooter, George Perez, David Michelinie, Chris Claremont, Mike Vosburg, Bruce Patterson, Allyn Brodsky, Gerry Conway, Scott Edelman, Steve Gerber, Roger Slifer, Len Wein, Mary Skrenes, and Stan Lee. Art by Gene Colan, Mike Esposito, al Buscema, Jerry Bingham, Ron Wilson, Al Milgrom, Howard Chaykin, Klaus Janson, George Perez, Pablo Marcos, Bob Wiacek, Dave Wenzel, Ricardo Villamonte, John Byrne, Gene Day, Bob McLeod, Frank Giacoia, Don Heck, Jim Mooney, Dave Hunt, Vince Colletta, John Tartaglione, John Buscema, Joe Sinnott, and Terry Austin. Cover by John Romita.

A thousand years from now, Vance Astro, Yondu, Martinex and Charlie-27 will rise to free the enslaved planet Earth - as the Guardians of the Galaxy! Soon, Captain America, Doctor Strange, the Thing, the Hulk and more join the time-spanning heroes in the war to reclaim the future! Threats arise from other worlds - as well as new allies Nikki and the uncanny Starhawk! But when Guardians and Avengers join forces in the present day, will even the combined might of two millennia be enough to stop the deranged demigod Michael Korvac?

Plus: the Silver Surfer, Ms. Marvel, Spider-Man and Adam Warlock!

Hardcover, 8 1/2-in. x 11-in., 752 pages, full color.

Cover price $100.00.

Spider-Man Ben Reilley Omnibus Hardcover Released January 2nd, 2019

posted Jan 13, 2019, 10:24 PM by Vu Sleeper

From, thanks to Ilke

Marvel Comics
Volume 1 - 1st printing. Collects Web of Scarlet Spider (1995) #1-4, Amazing Scarlet Spider (1995) #1-2, Scarlet Spider (1995) #1-2, Spectacular Scarlet Spider (1995) #1-2, Scarlet Spider Unlimited (1995), Green Goblin (1995) #3, Sensational Spider-Man (1996-1998 1st Series) #0-3 and WIZARD MINI-COMIC, Amazing Spider-Man (1963-1998 1st Series) #407-410, Amazing Spider-Man (1963-1998 1st Series) Annual #1996, Spider-Man (1990-1998) #64-67, New Warriors (1990-1996 1st Series) #67, Spectacular Spider-Man (1976-1998 1st Series) #230-233, Spider-Man/Punisher: Family Plot (1996) #1-2, Spider-Man Holiday Special (1995), Spider-Man: The Final Adventure (1995) #1-4, Spider-Man Unlimited (1993-1998 1st Series) #11, Spider-Man Team-Up (1995 Marvel) #2-3 and material from Venom: Along Came a Spider (1996) #1-4.

There's a new wall-crawler in town! Meet Ben Reilly, the Scarlet Spider, who recently learned he's not a clone of Peter Parker after all - he's the original! And when Pete decides to hang up his web-shooters, Ben retakes the Spider-Man! There's no shortage of foes to fight - including the new Doctor Octopus, Venom, Mysterio, Tombstone, Sandman, Kaine, Carnage and more! But while Ben wears the revamped red-and-blues as Spidey, what does that ol' Parker luck have in store for Peter and the pregnant Mary Jane?

Hardcover, 8 1/2-in. x 11-in., 1, 304 pages, full color.

Cover price $125.00.

Ron Smith, Judge Dredd artist, has died at the age of 94 on January 10, 2019

posted Jan 13, 2019, 8:29 AM by Vu Sleeper

From Vu

Longtime Judge Dredd artist, Ron Smith, has died at the age 94 on January 10. Smith was the 2000 AD artist from 1979, on and off, until his retirement in 1994.


Batton Lash, the comic book writer of Archie Meets the Punisher (and others), has died at the age of 65 to brain cancer on January 12, 2019

posted Jan 13, 2019, 8:15 AM by Vu Nguyen


What an awful, awful piece of news today: Batton Lash — cartoonist, writer, friend and usually the best-dressed guy at Comic-Con — died this morning at the age of 65. He's been battling brain cancer for a couple of years.

Bat was a charming, gracious man who was disliked by absolutely no one and our hearts ache for his beloved wife of a quarter-century, Jackie Estrada. Together, they produced and promoted some wonderful comics and creations, most notably Wolff & Byrd, Counselors of the Macabre and Supernatural Law. You never saw a more perfectly matched couple.

We knew he was sick but he was also one of those people you couldn't imagine not having in your world. It had a lot to do with a love of comics that extended to all the people around him in the comic book community, along with a laugh that made you want to hang around the guy, just to hear it. If anything could make that big hall at Comic-Con seem empty, it's this.

Titans in Argentina's La Nacion newspaper (11 Jan 2019)

posted Jan 12, 2019, 7:13 PM by Vu Sleeper

From Vu

LA NACION (Argentina) (11 Jan 2019)
In La Nacion newspaper (11 Jan 2019) in Argentina, there is an article on Titans on the Espectaculos section.

Two George Perez-related True Believers will be coming in April 2019

posted Jan 12, 2019, 9:23 AM by Vu Sleeper

From Vu

Marvel Comics

Marvel Comics
Two George Perez-related True Believers ($1 reprints) will be coming in April 2019, as part of a promotional push for Avengers: Endgame.

True Believers: Avengers – Thanos Vs. The Marvel Universe #1: Reprinting material from Infinity Gauntlet (1991) #4
True Believers: Thanos: The Final Battle #1: Reprinting material from Infinity Gauntlet (1991) #6

More details at

ComicLink #30 Catalog

posted Jan 10, 2019, 4:43 AM by Vu Sleeper

From Vu

COMICLINK #30 (August 15 - September 4, 2018) (2018)
ComicLink's auction catalog #30 features George Perez and Joe Rubinstein's Thanos art on its cover, as seen in this ebay listing.

Thanks to Ilke

End Date: 9/4/2018 10:54:45 PM
ComicLink Comments: This epic Thanos splash drawn by legendary artist George Perez appeared in the first issue of Infinity Gauntlet, the 1991 series written by cosmic master Jim Starlin. For months in the pages of Silver Surfer, Thanos methodically gathered the six soul gems from across the universe and in Infinity Gauntlet #1, he's put them together to form the Infinity Gauntlet, the most powerful weapon imaginable, giving him the power of God himself. On this page Thanos wields the full power of the Infinity Gauntlet for the first time. The narrator explaining how Thanos is now "mightier than Death herself" is none other than the majestic Silver Surfer, who has come to Earth to warn Doctor Strange of what is transpiring so he can gather Earth's heroes to try to stop Thanos. Soon Thanos will do the unthinkable--simply snap his fingers and kill half of all life in the universe to appease Mistress Death, the personification of death itself that Thanos loves more than any living thing!

27 years after its publication, Infinity Gauntlet remains one of the most popular stories in the history of Marvel Comics. George Perez, the master of universe shattering events, was the perfect artist to kickoff a truly epic event. Infinity Gauntlet was a key portion of writer Jim Starlin's second "Thanos Saga" that began in the pages of Silver Surfer #34 in 1990, reviving the characters and concepts he made popular in the 1970s.

Of course, the events of the first issue of Infinity Gauntlet, which featured the offered splash, was adapted for the shocking conclusion of the recent epic movie, Avengers: Infinity War. That film has earned over $2 billion at the box office, meaning the film has been seen by one of the largest audiences of movie goers ever! The next Avengers film will also revolve around Thanos and the soul gems.

Thanos first appeared in Iron Man #55 (1973) and then went on to appear in a series of cosmic stories by Starlin known as "The Thanos Saga" that appeared in 1970s issues of Captain Marvel, Strange Tales and Warlock. The story ended in 1977 with the apparent death of Thanos, but he returned with a vengeance in 1990 and has been a consistent presence in Marvel's comics ever since. Thanos is now, of course, a world famous figure due to his role as the featured villain in the new enormously successful movie, Avengers: Infinity War, which earlier this year set the record for an all-time opening weekend for a movie in the U.S. The character was built up slowly in the MCU, first appearing six years ago in a mid-credits scene in the enormously successful movie Marvel's Avengers. He then had a small part, played by Josh Brolin, in the huge 2014 hit, Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy. Now Thanos, again played by Brolin, is the central villain in what has become one of the biggest movies in the history of film! Of course the story will continue in next May's still untitled fourth Avengers film.

The Silver Surfer has been a popular character for over 50 years now. He was created by Jack Kirby and first appeared during the monumental Lee/Kirby Fantastic Four run starting with the historic #48 (1966). Since his introduction in 1963's Strange Tales #110 to the present day, Doctor Strange has been Marvel's premier mystical character. His 2016 Marvel Studio's film Doctor Strange featuring acclaimed actor Benedict Cumberbatch in the lead role, was a tremendous boost to character's world wide popularity. He has since appeared in Thor: Ragnarok and this year's sensation, Avengers: Infinity War.

Troia on Young Justice

posted Jan 7, 2019, 11:23 PM by Vu Sleeper

Last, but certainly not least, Themysciran ambassador Troia is Donna Troy’s debut in the Young Justice universe! Donna made her comics debut as Wonder Girl in The Brave and the Bold #60 (written by Bob Haney and penciled by Nick Cardy, read The Brave and the Bold #60 here) and took on the Troia identity in New Titans #55 (written by Marv Wolfman and penciled by George Perez).

Titans in the latest La Cuarta (05 Jan 2019) Chile newspaper

posted Jan 5, 2019, 3:52 PM by Vu Sleeper

From Vu

LA CUARTA (Chile) (05 Jan 2019)
There is an article on the Teen Titans in the latest La Cuarta (05 Jan 2019) Chile newspaper.

Read it here:

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