Marvel’s Mission: Impossible 90’s tie-in comic!

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Thanks to our friend Steve Biscotti for this one you can check out Steve’s site Whatchareading.com

With the impending release of Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation (July 31), I had decided to pull out my copy of Marvel Presents Paramount Comics Mission: Impossible #1. The one-shot, released in May 1996 to coincide with the release of the Brian DePalma film, serves as your standard, 90’s movie tie-in. Featuring a cover by Rob Liefeld (creator of Deadpool), the two featured stories are written by Marv Wolfman, with art by Pino Rinaldi, Rod Whigham, Andrew Wildman, and Liefeld. I remember quite fondly when this issue came out and of the moment I found this at my local comic shop in Forest Hills, NY – Royal Collectibles. Almost 20 years ago, I was just a seven year old boy and Mission: Impossible #1 was at the top of my list. Having a comic based on a film I had just seen was exciting and the most hilarious aspect about it was for quite a few years I had awaited a second issue. Little did I know what a “one-shot” was back then. Also, while I’ve picked up these issues over the years I’ve come across them, I had long been in the dark regarding a very interesting fact concerning Mission: Impossible #1 and Marvel. Continue reading “Marvel’s Mission: Impossible 90’s tie-in comic!”

GI Joe #214 Special Edition NYC variant available on ComicXposure 

The remaining copies of GI Joe A Real American Hero # 214 Fabio Valle Exclusive is now in limited supply.
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Hoknes Comics hot new comics for delivery 5/6/15

Each week Terry Hoknes of www.hoknescomics releases a new video showcasing the hot new comics of the week. Here is this weeks for delivery 5/6/15 Continue reading “Hoknes Comics hot new comics for delivery 5/6/15”

Jared Leto channels Dark Knight for his Joker

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Paparazzi photos of Jared Leto give the first look of his Joker. Definately looks like he is channeling the Joker from Dark Knight Returns. Continue reading “Jared Leto channels Dark Knight for his Joker”

Going, Going, Gone: Game of Thrones figures discontinued

Tyson B. is a toy dealer and writes about action figures for comicsheatingup.net
Just got this notice from my distributor:
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Interview with Princess Leia Batgirl Homage cover artist Scott Zambelli

Thanks to Mel the Movie guy for the interview with Scott Zambelli. Scott is the artist behind the now popular Princess Leia and Darth Vader homage to the canceled Batgirl cover. Continue reading “Interview with Princess Leia Batgirl Homage cover artist Scott Zambelli”

Risk and Reward Batman Arkham Knight

What up CHU? Mel the Movie guy here with another edition of Risk and Reward. This week I want to discuss the potential of some books that hit the market this past Wednesday that could be Low Risk with a potential of being a Big Reward.

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Mantis to appear in Avengers Age of Ultron

Joss Whedon has mentioned that there are four key roles in Avengers Age of Ulton. We know that Scarlet Witch and Black Widow are two of them. We have talked about Shuri, and possibly a connection to Amadeus Cho through a character with the last name of Cho. Here is another possible female character. Continue reading “Mantis to appear in Avengers Age of Ultron”

Lumberjanes #2 sells out, and print run

Boom has been on a hot streak lately with books. Copies of their new releases are selling out, they are inking deals for licensed characters, and are releasing books with the quality and style of Image and Vertigo. One of their new series, Lumberjanes continues to garner fan attention and is doing well. Continue reading “Lumberjanes #2 sells out, and print run”

Larime Taylor charity auction Part 3

Larime Taylor of A Voice in the Dark is truly an inspiration. In addition, he is a good guy. He is trying to move closer to his family in Vegas, as he and his wife are both disabled (His wife does the incredible color work on some of the covers to A Voice in the Dark.) Continue reading “Larime Taylor charity auction Part 3”

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