X-23, Michael Turner, Krang, Incredibles & Supergirl TV Series
Uncanny 451 Marvel Legends Reprint
Are you looking for more X-23 book to buy? Try this one. Uncanny 451 and 451b are always worth grabbing but this one has a much lower print run and in my opinion a better cover!
Wolverine Collector’s Pack
X-23 fans who are still starved for more key books look no further than this Wolvie collector pack which included Wolverine 80.
Codename: Strykeforce 14
First Michael Turner Cover
That Batman Rebirth Turned cover is a monster. Collectors and art fans have always seen Turner as a legend and unfortunately a man who died too early. Everyone should own the first pro cover of a man who made his money churning out cheescake covers that made so many other artists feel insignificant.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Adventures 3
First Full appearance of Krang
Krang appears in issue 1 and 2 of this series but doesn’t get inserted into a man until issue 3. TMNT is getting good reviews and doing well at the box office. The filmmakers have embraced all aspects of the Turtle’s comic history and it’s about time.
I’m getting in on this one early. Arguably the best animated super-hero film ever made, a sequel is now in the works. This comic is quite an undervalued gem and worth buying now before the speculating hoard remembers it exists.
Supermen of America #3
First Lena Luthor
It looks like some noteworthy characters are coming to season two of Supergirl including Snapper Carr ( whose first appearance is way to expensive for this speculator ) and Lex Luthor’s daughter who first appeared in this forgotten DC title.
Justice League of America 77
After Snapper Carr’s live TV debut all I will be waiting for is his eventual betrayal of those who trust him.
Batwoman 17b 1:25 Variant
In this issue Batwoman propose to Maggie Sawyer, an event which lead to the creative team leaving the book because DC wouldn’t let the marriage happen. Maggie is set to debut on the CW’s Supergirl series. She first appears in the affordable Superman 4 bit this one is both rare and historically important.