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Superhero Yearbook Episode 013

The Hero Initiative is the first-ever federally chartered not-for-profit corporation dedicated strictly to helping comic book creators in need. Hero creates a financial safety net for yesterdays’ creators who may need emergency medical aid, financial support for essentials of life, and an avenue back into paying work. 65 more words


The Betty Pallet Story

The Betty Pallet Story

Remember that girl the Sarchets found on the side of the road during the Epic four month long journey? Betty Pallet. Well, as the Sarchets were building their second cabin in Cambridge, they needed everyone that was capable of working helping with the cabin. 1,451 more words

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New Mutants #50 (1987, April)

We’ve got a big issue today. Follow me on Twitter (@XMenXPert). By Claremont, Guice, John Beatty, Oliver and Orzechowski, “Father’s Day!”

Illyana’s been fighting for a while, trying to regain control of Limbo. 980 more words


Photos from Kansas City Comic Con 2015

Ok, be patient with us as we try to recapture the last three days. It is so hard to describe in words (or pictures) the incredible weekend that the Worst. 364 more words


Adventures of Superman 439 - a Superman robot

There are a lot of subplots brewing in Adventures of Superman 439 (April 1988), thanks to Byrne, Ordway and Beatty, while the main storyline re-introduces and gets rid of the notion of the Superman robots. 197 more words

Adventures of Superman 438 - Milton Fine - the Amazing Brainiac

Byrne, Ordway and Beatty begin the process of introducing Brainiac into the post-Crisis Superman in Adventures of Superman 438 (March 1988), as Clark Kent and Cat Grant head to the circus, with Adam and Jimmy Olsen as chaperones. 206 more words

Adventures of Superman 437 - a twice told tale

Byrne, Ordway and Beatty create an interesting split issue in Adventures of Superman 437 (Feb. 88), a Millenium crossover that sees Lex Luthor try to promote his point of view to Celia Windward, while Lois Lane gives her coverage of the same issue. 116 more words