Archive for the Comic Book History Category


Superheroes – A Never Ending Battle PBS Special

If you missed the PBS Comic Book Special “Superheroes – A Never Ending Battle” it’s not too late. You can still pick it up on DVD, Blu Ray or stream digitally through Amazon. The show is broken into three episodes following the history of comic books with great graphics and interviews with several industry titans. […]

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Atlas Comics Resource

Atlas Comics (not to be confused with Atlas/Seaboard) is the company that spanned the time between Martin Goodman’s Timely Comics and the more familiar Marvel Comics. Timely’s last comics was Captain America Comics #75 (Feb. 1950). The familiar 1950’s Atlas Globe then appeared and this was the overarching corporate entity for Goodman’s comic book publishing […]

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Jack Kirby Documentary Video

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Jack Kirby is one of the most important and famous artists in the history of comic books.  Along with Stan Lee he is responsible for most of the Marvel Comics foundation that still thrives today. His original art is highly coveted today, and in the video below you can learn more about this comic book […]

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