In October 1939, Marvel Comics #1 was released by American comic book publisher Timely Comics – the very first publication by Timely Comics, which eventually went on to become Marvel Comics. The issue featured what with the benefit of hindsight was the first comic book antihero, the Sub-Mariner, also known as Namor. (There is a tedious argument that Namor was published
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Writer: Calico Davies Lead Artist: David Moreno Inker: Alex Bermudez Independently published, November 2019 For the past two decades at least, the large American publishers of superhero comics have been shifting the bulk of their publications to suit a much older demographic that what we would have been part of up until the late 1980s.
Writer: James Stimpson Artist: Liana Reccione The List is a weird concoction. Santa, so the tradition goes, keeps a list of who is naughty and who is nice. This is a story of the Santa who deals with the naughty people. Salvatore is a former British commando who has taken to drinking and punishing people
Eulogies do not ordinarily include a prayer for vengeance. This one does. Vertigo Comics was one of three imprints which American publisher DC Comics launched in and after 1993. The others, Paradox Press (1994-2001) and Helix (1996-1998), did not last long. But with the direction and oversight of editor Karen Berger, Vertigo Comics thrived. The