When Gravity Went Wild!

A Star-Studded Spectacular with the Greatest Super-Heroes! Justice League of America #5, July 1961. Cover Artists: Mike Sekowsky and Bernard Sachs.  Green Arrow is under suspicion of betraying the team, and is put on trial by his fellow Justice Leaguers.  Apparently aiding the Justice League…

It’s THE “FLASH” – BACK FRIDAY!

Featuring the FASTEST MAN ALIVE! FLASH COMICS #39, March 1943. "Play of the Year" Cover Artist: Sheldon Moldoff  A stage production with returning old-time actors draws criminal attention, and soon thugs employed by a shady businessman are competing with the legitimate theater producer to sign…

SUPERGIRL in “The Forbidden Fortress of Solitude!”

Don't Mess with Super-Horse! Especially on #NationalPetDay today!  Superman finds out the hard way.  And there's more.....  Supergirl is horribly disfigured from an encounter with Jak-Thal at the Miss Cosmos contest in the previous issue, and wears a mask until she can find a way…

FLASH-Back Friday!

Menace of the Reverse-Flash! THE FLASH #139, September 1963. Cover Artist: Carmine Infantino.  In this historic tale that introduces the infamous foe of The Flash, the Reverse-Flash or Professor Zoom, the Scarlet Speedster Travels to the 25th Century, where a time capsule carrying a costume…

“When the Sea Dies!” Can Aquaman save our Oceans?!

Aquaman #37, January 1968. Cover Artist: Nick Cardy. "Suffering Sea Snakes," it's a nightmare scenario for the Aqua-Family as Aquababy is abducted by Ocean Master, Aquaman's amnesiac half-brother.  Things get even worse when the Scavenger attacks as well, seeking the the mysterious extraterrestrial device known…

Wonder Woman and the Winged Maidens of Venus.

Wonder Woman Wednesday is Here! The image above appears in our 2019 Vintage Wonder Woman Calendar representing the month of February:  Wonder Woman Volume 1, No. 12, March 1945.  Cover art by Harry G. Peter (Penciler and Inker also). Writer: Joye Murchison. It's a three-part…

How’s the New Year’s Resolution going Robin?

World's Finest Comics #20, December 1945 “The Toyman: Super-Scientist!/Larceny Without Loot/Money Talks/Brooklyn Botches the Bakas/George Tanaka, America/King of Coins!”  Cover Artist:  Jack Burnley When Superman tries to recover a "human wavelength detector" from the villainous Toyman, he learns it will be more of a challenge…