Adventures of Dean Martin & Jerry Lewis No. 1-40 (National Periodicals Jul-Aug 1952 - Oct 1957)
Adventures of Jerry Lewis No. 41-124 (National Periodicals Nov 1957 - May-Jun 1971)Wacky madcap adventures of America's loveable prince of comedy.Some notable issues in the series:3 - I Love Lucy text featurette74 - Photo -c83 - 1st monsters c/s84 - Jerry as a Superhero88 - 1st Witch, Miss Kraft89 - Bob Hope app.92 - Superman cameo93 - Beatles parody97 - Batman & Robin c/s104 - Neal Adams c/s
Kang the Conqueror (born Nathaniel Richards and known variously as Iron Lad, Pharaoh Rama-Tut, and the Scarlet Centurion) is a supervillain in Marvel Comics. He is a time traveller from the 30th Century who has frequently travelled to the present day and fought the Avengers. He first appeared in Avengers #8 and was created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby.
Nathaniel Richards - the man who would become Kang - was born in an alternate timeline. The Earth there had been transformed into a para
Iconic superhero Captain America shot dead -- maybe
By Belinda Goldsmith Wed Mar 7, 3:56 PM ET
NEW YORK (Reuters) - He fought the Nazis. He is revered by other crime-fighters worldwide. But the beloved, shield-carrying superhero, Captain America, has finally met his end -- or has he?
The winged-hooded Marvel Entertainment Inc. hero created in 1941 is shot dead in New York by a sniper in the latest Captain America issue that hit newsstands on Wednesday, in a sensational c
New addition to Set
Just received this beautiful looking book in the mail. From Ebay seller Magentalin. I was a little nervous about bidding because the seller was located in the UK and had only 16 feedbacks. I took the chance and was rewarded with a beaut of a book.
Oodles O Noodles
With the addition of several new Registry titles, there apepars to be a huge inlfux of collectors entering their sets. One of the more frequent entries seems to be X-men sets. Several high profile collectors, such as Ghost Town and Cpt. Tripps have already amassed a very impressive set to beat.
Kudos to the Registry staff for answering the demand for more sets.
A list of comic websites to buy from, that I would recommend.
Starting off slowly.
I have never been a big fan of buying comic book characters stateus or busts. I guess I just didn't think the idea of it just sitting on a shelf didn't appeal to me.
For some unknown reason I have become more interested in statues and busts. I suppose the detail of the current crop of figures has vastly been improved over earlier figures.
So far I have 4 in my collection:
1. Deadpool bust (Bowen)
2. Taskmaster bust (Bowen)
3. Nova bust (Bowen)