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Introduction of Ace Harlem. Photo: All-Negro Comics, Inc.

Spidey's origin story. Photo: Marvel Entertainment

Action Comics No. 1 (1938)

Batman's origin — cramped nine-panel of Wayne's training, climaxing with the “superstitious, cowardly” line. Photo: DC Entertainment

Amazing Spider-Man #14

Captain America #8, 1941

Roll call of the team. Photo: DC Entertainment

Why did Stan choose to characterize The Silver Surfer like The Hulk and Spider-Man? Was this after someone explained to him that the kids identify with the ...

Horrifically gory end to “Foul Play.” Photo: EC Comics

The Coming of the Krills (Amazing Adult Fantasy #8)

Face Front, True Believers: The Comics Industry Sounds Off on Stan Lee

This issue's art is the product of an unusual and inspired team-up, one that brings together the worlds of art comics and mainstream comics: the casual, ...

"Use of our once-proud limbs affords us no pleasure." As Neil Gaiman famously learned from Karen Berger, there is no masturbation in the DC universe.

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Scrooge dives into money. Photo: Dell Publishing. “

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Beware the Creeper #2, script by Denny O'Neil with pencils/inks by Steve Ditko, July 1968.

Doctor Strange's first appearance in Strange Tales, 1963

The Amazing Spider-man #1, penciled by Jack Kirby, inked by Steve Ditko, and colored by Stan Goldberg, March 1963.

Cover shows a hand holding a woman's head by the hair; another hand holds a

End of “Master Race.” Photo: EC Comics

With a family of superheroes who act unusually every-day, Black Hammer avoids another embarrassing caped crusader cliché: the BDSM-esque costumes of comics ...

Introduction of Pogo. Photo: Dell Publishing

"The Mole" (October 12, 1941)

The story's striking coloring, executed in a series of regularly shifting schemes, is the antidote to the muddy confusion of countless comics like Flash and ...

First double-page spread. Photo: Marvel Entertainment

Making things even less legible, Doomsday reimagines John Higgins's peculiar and unexpectedly bright original coloring as a slog of dense and muddy shades.

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It features imaginative plots and subplots, interesting characters, stylish art, a playful approach to comics form, unusual fluorescent coloring, ...

Required Reading: 50 of the Best Sci-Fi Comics

Secret Mission (Tales of the Mysterious Traveler #3, 1957)

This cartoon about existentialism explains how an individual who follows this believes that their life has no meaning to it and the o…

What do you do after you've helped create one of the “first anti-heroes in Western comics”; pioneered the underground comics industry and heavy metal album ...

Marvel Absolutely Everything You Need To Know

MARCUS AURELIUS: A meditation

V for Vendetta

From The Fantastic Four #2 (January 1962) "The Fantastic Four Meet the Skrulls from Outer Space"

Lee and Kirby (bottom left) as themselves on the cover of The Fantastic Four #10 (January 1963). Art by Kirby and Dick Ayers.

Comic book cover shows a bald, robed man moving toward a frightened woman on the

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ROM by Steve Ditko

Amazing Spiderman by Steve Ditko

Dr. Strange by Steve Ditko

Amazing Spider-Man #38

Marvel Mystery Comics No. 8 (1940)

The Mugging (The Fly #2, 1983)

Whiz Comics No. 2 (1939)

While most corporate comics are created under work-for-hire contracts with no or limited royalties, Howard and Hernandez own their characters and work with ...

Old gravestones in a rural springtime churchyard with colourful crocuses blooming between the graves

The Secret History, Comics Girls, Dc Comics,

The Creeper by Steve Ditko ...

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Illustrations by Ed Steed

Scientists and Philosophers Answer Kids' Most Pressing Questions About How the World Works – Brain Pickings

Love And Rockets

18. Olivier Rameau

The Walking Dead

It's widely accepted that Phair, a writer and historian who funded the entire project himself, is the hero these streets deserve. “He's a walking atomic ...

The museum holds some unexpected and forgotten titles, like the Mad Magazine knock-off “Eh.” Here you can see how looking at a comic that wasn't successful ...

Beware: Chilling Tales of Horror number 10 (July 1954). Artwork by Frank Frazetta.

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To help readers more fully understand the time period, Lewis, Aydin, and Powell sensitively relate how painful this era was for everyone, without casting ...

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Comics for a Strange World by Reza Farazmand

Thimble Theater

Blooming Festival Coloring Sheet

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One Piece

“Probably the most important fantasy comic artist of all time,” as Art Futura dubs him, the man originally known by his birth name Jean Giraud began his ...

Nausicaa Of The Valley Of The Wind

A Vagrant

The 104-Storey Treehouse (The Treehouse Books)

Self-portrait in Spiderman Annual 1964

The MAD Archives

Journalist Jean-Nöel Coghe was supposedly very upset that he did not even receive mention for taking the original photo, but in the nineties he and Moebius ...

A renewal of the Danish comics scene

Our Best Manga

Cassandra Darke

The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl

Steve Foxe; required-reading-sci-fi hard-boiled

Comic Strip / Calvin and Hobbes

The Walking Dead Volume 31

Cosmosapiens: Human Evolution from the Origin of the Universe by John Hands

But Jimi might have loved Moebius' interpretations of his headspace, a visual continuation of a prominent strand of Hendrix's imagination.

Linear pattern in Leonardo da Vinci's Virgin and Child with St. Anne

Waking Life Poster

Even ...

The Creeper by Steve Ditko · The Hawk and the Dove by Steve Ditko

A Simple Misunderstanding (Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #2, 1995)

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