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CNN’s Moneyline reports on the formation of Image Comics, 1992

Hey, what determined 1991 as being the end of the Copper Age of Comics? Well, this in early 1992. Note that there is no actual mention of “Image” in the . . . → Read More: CNN’s Moneyline reports on the formation of Image Comics, 1992

Seriously? It’s NewMutants98.com!

A ways back we blog posted about New Mutants 98 — Deadpool’s debut — and how it’d been fetching some pretty unbelievable prices on eBay, for a book that’s theoretically in mass supply. That was then. It’s since gone pretty much into the stratosphere, oofa.

Cut forward a couple of years, and we noticed that the domain . . . → Read More: Seriously? It’s NewMutants98.com!

What If…? 7 and 10

Marvel’s 1989 What If…? relaunch was fairly successful overall, but as far as individual issues of the series go, these be the ones that collectors were most after during the Copper Age.

Rob Liefeld doing the cover and interior pencils (over Jim Valentino’s layouts) with Scott Williams inking, for issue 7′s What If Wolverine was an Agent . . . → Read More: What If…? 7 and 10

Motor City Comic Con Ad, 1990

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“Days of Future Present” Annuals Promo Poster, 1990

And yes, that’d be X-Men Annual #14, which is technically the first (brief) appearance of Gambit, before X-Men #266…

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X-Force Poster, 1991

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Hawk & Dove House Ad, 1988

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