The Joker Graphic Novel 2008. Creator of 100 Bullets, Brian Azzarello brings his noir aesthetic to this 2008 vision of Gotham City and the Joker.
Captain Marvel fought scores of classic villains and interacted with many other heroes in his book and other books throughout the years. Eventually, Mar-Vell faced one foe that he couldn’t defeat. The Kree warrior was diagnosed with cancer after a battle with his nemesis Nitro.
Iron Man V1 #55 : “Beware the Bloood Brothers” was the first appearance of Thanos in the marvel comics. It was published in February 1973.
The Green Goblin is the alias of several characters from Spirerman comics. The first and most high-profile incarnation of Green Goblin is Norman Osborn.
The DC Universe (DCU) is the fictional shared universe where most stories in American comic book titles published by DC Comics take place. DC superheroes such as Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Martian Manhunter, The Flash, Green Lantern and Aquaman are from this universe, as well as teams such as the Justice League, the Watchmen and the Teen Titans.
Galactus fist appeared in Fantastic Four #48 1966 as The Devourer of Worlds. Galactus is a cosmic entity who is destined to consume planets to sustain his life force.
The history of DC Comics begins in the early thirties with the merging of several different organisations including National Allied Publications. The first DC comic hit the stands in 1937. Two years later, it unveiled a moody new superhero called Batman.
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Check out the best Pewter Marvel figures. Included in the pewter range by Royal Selangor are figurines of Thor, Black Widow, Captain America, Iron Man and Spider-Man. These Collectible Marvel Pewter figures capture the likeness of your favourite characters from the MCU and Marvel Comics.
The DC hero Batman first appeared in Detective Comics #27. The first Batman story was scripted by Bill Finger with the art by Bob Kane.
Frank Miller along with British writer Alan Moore is arguably one of the two most influential storytellers in American comics during the 1980s. Batman: The Dark Knight Returns was written by Frank Miller and released in 1986.