After two early versions, in the 60s and 70s, the Teen Titans most widely known incarnation debuted in 1980, under the name New Teen Titans. Young heroes had always had a place in the DC Universe, and the success of Marvel’s X-Men moved DC to reactivate the franchise, mixing three founding members (Robin, Kid Flash [...]
Chris Claremont’s run as writer of The Uncanny X-Men in the early 80s was an enormous success, which inevitably led to the launch of several spin-offs. The first of them was The New Mutants, which revolved around the concept of powered teenagers under the protection of Charles Xavier, just like the X-Men, but still in [...]
The very first printing of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #1 featured a cover inspired by Frank Miller’s Ronin comic book series. The first issue had a print run of only 3,000 copies resulting in extreme rarity of the firest appearance of Donatello, Leonardo, Michelangelo, and Raphael, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
The Copper Age series was [...]
Second to Ebay, ComicLink is one of the largest dealers of comic books and comic art on the Internet. Although, to be fair, like Ebay, they aren’t a traditional comic book dealer but more of a consignment house. However, what that gets you is one of the largest selections of raw and CGC graded comic [...]
Just a quick note that the stats for ComicSeeker.com are now partially fixed. You can view the most recent comic book searches on ComicSeeker.com to see what people are interested in right now.
Note that some of the all-time stats are still not accurate.
Not surprisingly, Spider-Man was at the top of the list when I last [...]