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Batman 288 - Batman gets wings from a flightless bird

Reed, Grell and Wiacek conclude the Penguin’s flightless bird storyline in Batman 288 (June 1977).

Grell’s art on the second half of this story is particularly dynamic.  159 more words

Batman 287 - the Penguin's flying flightless birds

The Penguin begins a two-part story in Batman 287 (May 1977), putting him in stories in both this book and Detective Comics at the same time. 138 more words

Batman 286 - the Joker goes to the fairground

The Joker returns to the pages of Batman in issue 286 (April 1977), a few months after his appearance in the classic DC Special that had heroes and villains playing baseball against each other.  214 more words

Bob Wiacek could use a little help

Bob Wiacek, one of comics great inkers could use some help due to an injury and is running a GoFundMe campaign to help with bills while he recovers. 44 more words


Fantastic Four Annual #12, 1977 "The End of the Inhumans...and the Fantastic Four"

They say that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. I agree, and in the case of this issue of the Fantastic Four, you can definitely see that the entire thing is an homage to Jack Kirby. 154 more words

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War Machine (1994) - #1 : Gabriel Hardman, Bob Wiacek

“Something to Believe In”: “No longer working for Tony Stark, James Rhodes strikes out on his own. Armed with War Machine, a weapon of mass destruction whose power rivals even the Invincible Iron Man’s, Rhodes plans to take on the criminal element with iron-fisted courage. 37 more words

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The Inkwell Awards Showcases its 2015 Joe Sinnott Inking Challenge Art And Fundraiser

The Inkwell Awards, a non-profit organization devoted to the art of inking, will be revealing the unique results of its fifth annual Joe Sinnott Inking Challenge… 368 more words