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Showcase Presents Bat Lash Vol. 1

First Published: July 2009

Contents: Showcase #76 (August 1968); Bat Lash #1 (October-November 1968) to #7 (October-November 1969); Bat Lash story from DC Special Series… 492 more words

DC Showcase Presents

Dropping the Name Dropper

Matthew Berdyck is an intensely private person according to Matthew Berdyck, who issued that statement to the press. Matthew doesn’t do interviews mostly because no one anywhere is wanting to interview Matthew Berdyck. 132 more words

Matthew Berdyck Lies

Preview Brew:Secret Wars Too #1

SECRET WARS TOO #1 Takes You Beyond The Biggest Comic Event of the Year!

New York, NY—August 12th, 2015 — Give Secret Wars a grand sendoff as some of the hottest names in the comics industry bid adieu to Battleworld later this year! 125 more words

Comic News

Classic Wonder Woman: Wonder Woman (Volume 2) #50

Welcome back to another instalment of Classic Wonder Woman, Precinct1313’s weekly comic-cover countdown to the 75th anniversary of the world’s foremost female Superhero. This week we delve into the Amazon archive to bring you;  197 more words


SDCC ’15: Art of Comic-Con, Sergio Aragones, and Announcement from Mayor Faulconer

By Nick Eskey

It’s one week and counting until the geek fest known as San Diego Comic-Con, a celebration of popular culture in television, comics, movies, cartoons and more, begins. 607 more words


What are the hidden messages ?

Groo the Wanderer™ was one of the first widely successful creator-owned comics, one of the few successful humorous comic books during its time, and one of the longest-running collaborations in comic book history. 130 more words

Groo The Wanderer

The Groo Chronicles : Sergio Aragonés, the cartoonist without fear.

Sergio Aragonés created the character of Groo in the late 1970s. However, at that time no comic book company would allow creators to retain the rights to their characters, and Sergio Aragonés did not wish to surrender those rights. 211 more words

Groo The Wanderer