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Did Tom King Just Kill Off Kite-Man in Batman #84? Hell Yeah…. (Spoilers)

Today sees Tom King’s penultimate issue of Batman, with Mikel Janin. Batman #84. And it’s not about Bruce Wayne – not directly. Instead, it’s the story of Thomas Wayne, the Flashpoint Batman, a man who lost his son at the hands of Joe Chill, a gunman on the streets of Gotham, and became a Bat. […]


A New Hell Yeah For September

Hell Yeah starts a new storyline with issue 6… and this is a new image to tease it, out in September. Apparently this uber-violent super-violent comic “truly changes everything about the book.” Everything is new. What is it with this “New” thing anyway? There’s a lot of it going around these days…

Speculator Corner: Supurbia, Hell Yeah And The Manhattan Projects One Day Later

Bleeding Cool looked at recent speculator fueled demand for a number of comic books recently, resembling the speculator boom that occurred around the release of Chew and other Image titles a couple of years ago. Supurbia #1 took the crowd. It rapidly disappeared from shelves, and by the end of the day, a copy sold for $16.50 […]


Speculator Corner – Adventure Time, Peter Panzerfaust, Thief Of Thieves, No Place Like Home, Fatale, Alpha Girl, Prophet, Road Rage, Dawn Of The Jedi, Crossed, Hell Yeah, The Manhattan Projects And Supurbia

After a bit of a lull, we have Image first issue fever on us again. Anything published in recent weeks with an issue 1 on it, is rocketing in value. Check your purchases over the last few weeks, they could fund your next trip to the comic shop. Take Fatale #1, successfully selling for $28. […]

The Hell Yeah Ashcan For Image Expo Is A Blast From The Past

Do you remember the Image Comics ashcans from twenty years ago? I do, I still have my Maxx ashcans somewhere, issued before the release of the comic proper, half the size, showing off the then-upcoming art, numbered and signed by Sam Keith, black and white, with a garish coloured card cover. Well Joe Keatinge remembers […]