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In the world of comic book artistry, few names shine as brightly as Tim Sale. Sale, along with writer Jeph Loeb, worked on iconic titles like Batman, Superman, and Spider-Man and left an indelible mark on the industry. However, before these blockbust...

In a new collaboration between The Folio Society and DC, an unparalleled tribute to Gotham's guardian is now available to comic book fans and book enthusiasts. DC: Batman ($100) marks the 85th anniversary of the Dark Knight's first appearance in the...

Comic book writer and author Neil Gaiman is putting some of his collection of original art, toys, and other items up for auction. Much of the collection are memorabilia from his projects, purchased art, gifts from comic book artists, and Christmas c...

Renowned for his detailed and satirical portrayals of forgotten Hollywood stars, vintage Jewish comedians, and quirky characters, Friedman has dedicated his life to capturing the essence of American pop culture with a unique blend of humor and nostal...

The Incredible Hulk was recently hired to liven up a four-year-old child's birthday party in Brazil. Unfortunately, the Hulk's grant entrance was foiled by the dastardly door's threshold. Video below. The child closest to the big green guy squealed w...

A new book published by Fantagraphics Underground collects the 1950s comic book series penciled by John Severin about a Crow warrior in 1860 Wyoming Territory named American Eagle: The John Severin Westerns, Featuring American Eagle. Severin was hire...

There's a lot to love in the 15-or-so years that Chris Claremont spent as the primary writer of the X-Men franchise (with the Dark Phoenix Saga being perhaps the most obvious choice). There are also a lot of outstanding questions from that time perio...