Stan Lee was the first comic-book creator whose name I knew. I was about six and a half years old when I was given my very first superhero comic... this one: That's The Mighty World of Marvel issue #5, dated November 4, 1972. So a little over forty-six years ago. By some miracle, my copy … Continue reading Stan Lee, 1922 – 2018
Original: Superman #1, June 1939. Art by Leo O'Mealia.
(Originally published on Forbidden Planet International blog, November 4, 2012, edited by Richard Bruton.) So, what is the best cover EVER? That’s the question we’ve been asking over the last few months. And of course, everyone has a different answer… which is great, because that means we can show you lots of wonderful comic cover … Continue reading Best Cover EVER: Superman vs. The Amazing Spider-Man
(Originally published on Forbidden Planet International blog, September 8, 2012, edited by Richard Bruton.) The latest poor desert islander, marooned with just a single luxury and a set of their favourite 8 comics ever, is Michael Carroll. Michael’s the creator of the highly-acclaimed Quantum Prophecy series of young adult superhero novels, and the newest writer … Continue reading Desert Island Comics – Michael Carroll
Original: Amazing Fantasy #15, August 1962. Art by Jack Kirby (pencils) and Steve Ditko (inks).