ARCHIVE PAGE 1008 - April 2018
Previous posts that appeared on the front page of comic book brain.com
Hunt for Wolverine : Mystery in Madripoor #2, Art by Greg Land
Enlarge the Wolverine Infographic Chart from Marvel
Art by Robert Scott Cary
Recent Lynda Carter News:
Archie Meets Batman ‘66 #1
Cover art by Derek Charm - online web page Derek Charm
Art by Gabriele dell’Otto
More about Gabriele dell’Otto at comicbookdb
Black Panther at $1.2 billion worldwide
- Black Panther $1,205,103,128
- Tomb Raider 2018: $162,425,054
- Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle: $941,996,370
- Maze Runner: The Death Cure - $283,262,638
Wolverine and the X-Men - Asrar art
Mahmud Asrar artwork for Wolverine and the X-Men issue #3, June 2014.
"When Fox News anchor Shannon Bream met a man who’s 11-year-old nephew was dying, it broke her heart. So, she posted a plea on Twitter, asking for help in granting his dying wish. In no time, celebs like Chris Evans, Ryan Reynolds and more replied...
"2016 saw the comic book industry experience its best year of sales in almost two decades. The trend continued through 2017 and into 2018, with sales of titles accelerating to new heights. With retailers ordering more than 8 million copies of the top 300 comics on a monthly basis, the industry is booming.
Superman #75 - 1952
News March 27, 2018:
March 26 News:
"Mr. Alagbe’s goal with “Yellow Negroes” was “to tell stories about people who have been marginalized by society.” These range from the travails of undocumented African migrants eking out a living in Paris to the frowned upon relationship of a mixed race couple. The title of Mr. Alagbé’s book came instinctively to him, but with hindsight he said it speaks of “racial labeling which is actually an absurdity.”
Art by Ben Oliver
We Are Robin 9
Art by Lee Bermejo
Batman #214, August 1969 - Art by Irv Novick
March 24 News:
"Like most of the movies set in the DC Films Universe, Suicide Squad underwent significant reshoots... The Joker's role was changed to make his relationship with Harley Quinn a little less sinister and abusive. As a result, the Clown Prince of Crime's role in the final act was totally transformed and we were all left to wonder why he appeared in the trailer with ash all over his face...
Wonder Woman 3D
Wonder Woman #64, 1954 - Source: Vintage Gal
"There are currently some 30 comic book-based TV shows on air, of which two thirds are live action. That's up nearly 19% from an estimated 16 live action comic episodics screening this time last year. Today's shows range from hits like AMC's The Walking Dead, now in its eighth season, to recent breakthroughs such as The CW's noir Archie Comics adaptation Riverdale."
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