What better way to make panels more exciting than some Booster and Ted tomfoolery.
I… I don’t think that this is classified as a blowie…
[Captain America Vol.1 #160]
“She makes Raquel Welch look like a boy!”
—Amazing Spider-Man #62 (1968) by Stan Lee, John Romita Sr. & Don Heck
Can I just take a moment to appreciate that Magneto’s desk is pictures of him, Charles and Gabrielle Haller, and group picture of him with his students, a gorgeous shot of Lee Forrester and a picture of Wanda with her babies.
Can I just appreciate that.
With all apologies to Dr. Seuss, a poem for Mother’s Day for the Moms of DC Comics.
There are Moms who are Queensand Moms who make you screamThere are Moms who run family and farmAnd Moms who aren’t afraid to strong armThere are Moms who are protectiveAnd who love and hate a DetectiveMoms who are instructiveAnd those who are seductiveMoms who have flash
And Moms who are brashMoms with careersand Moms who use swearsThe moms of DC come in all sizes small and tallAnd then there are mothers who aren’t moms at all!
If you have a mom or someone who is like a mom to you who you love and who loves you, remember today is Mother’s Day!
Did you miss one of the best days of the year this past weekend? Free Comic Book Day may only come once a year but rest assured, you can read this Prince Valiant treat anywhere on your digital reading device from the future thanks to comiXology.
This full-color comic collects two Prince Valiant stories from Hal Foster’s 1950 peak: “Home Again,” in which Val, Aleta, and newborn baby Prince Arn enjoy an eventful ocean journey back to Thule; and “The Challenge,” in which another knight’s unwelcome advances on Aleta result in a classic duel with Valiant! Grab it this free read now for the kid in you or a kid (twelve and up).
There are places I remember
All my life, though some have changed
Some forever, not for better
Some have gone and some remain
All these places had their moments
With lovers and friends I still can recall
Some are dead and some are living
In my life I’ve loved them all (x)
I feel you.
Anybody recognize this artist/writer/title? Looks amazing!
Not sure why people reblog and remove source info but it’s there in the original post:
—Adventure Comics #368 (1968) by Jim Shooter & Curt Swan, inked by George Klein
It’s no secret that I’m pretty excited for X-Men #1 the all ladies book by Brian Wood and Oliver Coipel. Wood has proven that he is not just a great comic writer but a terrific writer of female characters. The book lands on May 29 and Marvel has sent along this description along with these unlettered pages:
An old enemy shows up at the X-Men’s door, seeking asylum from an ancient evil come back to Earth. Meanwhile, Jubilee has come home, and she’s brought with her an orphaned baby who might hold the key to the Earth’s survival…or its destruction! With an imminent alien invasion and an eons-spanning war between brother and sister around the corner, Storm steps up and puts together a team to protect the child and stop a new threat that could destroy all life in the Marvel Universe!