Articles in Classic Comic Cover Corner
Faster than a speeding DeLorean a new year is upon us once again, and nothing brings in the New Year like a monkey on a jackhammer pounding on a washtub.
On a cold Christmas evening in the winter of 44-45, Wonder Woman was busy delivering presents to poor children while disguised as “Miss Santa Claus.”
‘The Legend of Tarzan’ trailer has debuted and I think it has eased the qualms of Edgar Rice Burroughs’ fans who’ve dreamed of this film for many years now.
The hip and colorful Hero for Hire, Luke Cage, was Marvel Comics’ attempt to capitalize on the popular “Blaxploitation” films of the early seventies.
Though the Marvel cinematic universe is poised to have the Black Panther become a part of the Avengers, he actually first appeared in the Fantastic Four.
With Thanksgiving coming up, we figured this was the perfect time to showcase the time Superman saved Metropolis from reverting back to Indian ownership.
After Marvel wrapped its adaptation of the original Star Wars movie, its next issue was noticeably missing its biggest hero, Luke Skywalker, from the cover. Sound familiar?
A plane is doomed to crash, but Superman swoops in. It’s the iconic Superman scenario – or is it?
Because I so love the apes of Murphy Anderson, this week I’m showcasing one of his best covers, which has Captain Comet changing brains with an unwitting gorilla.
In addition to starring in her own television show, Supergirl also made news when presidential contender Jeb Bush mentioned that “…she looked pretty hot.”
Many cities have decided to forgo Columbus Day in preference of Indigenous Peoples Day, so we’re looking at one of the most popular Native Americans in comics.
Marvel had a run of Doc Savage comics from 72 – 74 and every two issues was an adaptation of a classic Doc story, starting with 1933’s “The Man of Bronze,”
Water being found on Mars was big news out of NASA last week. Way to go, science! John Carter fans could have told you that over a hundred years ago.
To help celebrate the Super Blood Moon Lunar Eclipse we’re going to focus on our cursed therianthropic brethren, specifically Marvel’s white-haired Man-Wolf.