ARCHIVE PAGE 86 - Feb 2011
Previous posts that appeared on the front page of comic book brain.com
Lynda Carter vs. Megan Fox: Wonder Woman "Trash Talk"
This item has moved to the Lynda Carter Page here
Rare Batman and Superman artwork going up on auction
Alvin Greene: Ultimate Warrior
His senate run was not a success, but perhaps the most unusual senatorial candidate of the 2010 election season was Alvin Greene, who has since turned to comics, with a name-sake superhero who concentrates on saving people from foreclosure on their homes.
Newsone article has an article covering the story, with several pages of artwork from the comic:
"Although the election for Greene is over, he lived up to his reputation for surprising journalists and creating a spectacle by focusing on his comic book called “Ultimate Warrior,” in which he is a superhero who saves people from foreclosures. Greene described the character as someone who can “can see into the future,” “leap higher than Michael Jordan” and “take on the Hulk.”
The North Carolina news channel 7 has more on the story and the release of the comic book.
Superman by Andros Martinez
This entry has moved to the Superman page here
Top Grossing Superhero Movies
Check out the complete chart at koldcast.tv.
A surprise in the Koldcast chart was that the much lamented Joel Schumacher Batman and Robin from 1997 which made $318 million USD, which is a lot of money for a movie generally credited with killing the booming Batman franchise started with Tim Burtons "Batman" from 1989.
Singing star Beyonce has her own comic book
Five Superman Movies That Never Got Made
Superman's Last Day of Life!
Curt Swan art, originally printed in Superman #156. See enlarged.
More Curt Swan
Comic Book Collection Donation
"He took time to look through them all. The Defenders. The Incredible Hulk. The Mighty Thor. Spider-Man. Each of them, even the bad ones, meant something to him.
And now here he was, preparing to let them go to the special collections at the University of Washington libraries.
Alaniz knows some would consider it silly that a 42-year-old man should be so attached to bits of paper and ink, books never really meant to last that long."
Story at WTOP Washington DC - is this the beginning of a wave of bagged and boarded hoards going into public institutions?
Record Setting Comics Book Sales
Original Page Feb 2011 | Updated June 2015