The Cat wants to play. Don’t fall for it Batman!!

Batman and Robin Skating on Thin Ice thanks to CATWOMAN! BATMAN Vol.1, No.39, February 1947; Cover Art: Jack Burnley, Charles Paris, Ira Schnapp;  Writer: Bill Finger;  Penciler: Bob Kane;  Inker:  Ray Burnley Batman and Robin seemed to be on thin ice many times in the…

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…

To Breathe or not to Breathe.. That is the question for Robin!

Will the Bubble Burst for the Boy Wonder?!! In the early 1940's as Batman and Robin soared in popularity, Jerry Robinson was one of the great early Batman artists that worked with Bob Kane.  This cover of Detective Comics #70 by Robinson features Batman rescuing…

The Asgard Press Captain of Commentary, Bill Jourdain – SALUTE!

The Asgard Press Captain of Commentary, Bill Jourdain - SALUTE! Bill Jourdain holding the Asgard Press 2017 Vintage DC Comics Calendar for which he provided commentary. Today we'd like to tip our hats to Bill Jourdain, and share a very brief interview we conducted with…

Introducing….”THE FLASH!”

Introducing...."THE FLASH!" Vol.1, January 1940; Cover Art: Sheldon Moldoff. The Flash was one of DC's most popular superheroes.  He made his first appearance in Flash Comics #1 (January 1940), shown in the image above.  His alter-ego is police scientist, Jay Garrick.  Garrick, while an excellent…

Asgard Press Interviews real live Zombie Doctor!

Asgard Press Interviews real live Zombie Doctor! Dr. Arnold T. Blumberg - Head Zombie and Asgard Press contributor. Well, kinda.  Read on and you'll see...  Dr. Arnold T. Blumberg is a comic book and pop culture historian, author, educator, book designer, and former museum curator…