One year ago, we spec’d on new books hitting the shelves. Now it’s time to see how those specs and picks are doing now.
This weeks MARVELous Monday is a bit different. Usually I window shop the Marvel Unlimited app to pick and choose sort of at random the books I cover based on just the cover art that catches my attention.
This week I actually am going with the book I found at Half Price Books for just a buck. It’s just a shame it wasn’t truly half price from it’s original 30 cents cover price.
The last Wednesday of February 2019 is upon us. Got some great looking Killer B covers hitting shelves this week but this weeks looking kind of weak to me. Not a lot of indie or small publisher books to choose from.
It’s that time again to spec and drek. We try to pick winners based on spec value potential, books to just read or simply books to tuck away in the personal collection.
Louie M. covers West Coast conventions for www.comicsheatingup.net
What up CHU!! Ace Comic Con took place in Glendale, AZ on January 13-15. It’s important to set the bar right when judging ACC, this is their first year of existence and their second show ever. Given that, the guest list is bonkers for a new con: Chris Evans, Tom Holland, Sebastian Stan, Jon Bernthal, Hayley Atwell, Hulk Hogan, and many more from the cast of Captain America and Spider-man. Continue reading “Ace Comic Con 2018 Wrap Up”
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Sorry for being away for a couple of days. In addition to the Black Mask signing this weekend, I have also been terribly sick. After a few nights of crashing out early, I am back on the mend and trying to get things back on track. With that said, I came across this gem again. The 1994 Fantastic Four movie trailer for the Roger Corman directed film. Just goes to show there was a time when the Marvel Cinematic Universe was not so great.
Continue reading “Just for Fun, 1994 Fantastic Four Trailer”
Thanks to Mel the Movie Guy for forwarding this one.
We have long said that Civil War was coming to the Marvel Movie-verse. A little while back it was announced that Captain America #3 would be called Captain America Civil War. While it had been speculated that Crossbones would be the big bad in the movie, it is now kind of confirmed. Continue reading “Crossbones, Main bad Guy in Cap 3?”