Friday, May 21, 2010

Pictures: I Dream of Jeannie


Planet of the Apes prequel planned

From Variety:
James Franco has signed on to star in 20th Century Fox's "Planet of the Apes" prequel "Rise of the Apes."

Described as an origin story, "Apes" is set in present day San Francisco and deals with the aftermath of man's experiments with genetic engineering that lead to the development of intelligence in apes and the onset of a war for supremacy. Franco will play a driven scientist who becomes a crucial figure in the war between humans and apes.

Pop links: Wally Wood, Major Matt Mason, Badfinger!

Read a Wally Wood-illustrated Jungle Jim story.



-----

See Matt Mason toys galore in this 1969 Mattel Toys catalog.



-----

Read an interview with Badfinger's Joey Molland.

Doctor Who teaser: The Hungry Earth

Neal Adams-created Taco Bell ad parodies Superfriends

Kinda fun:

Thursday, May 20, 2010

Lost: You've gotta be kidding me

According to Entertainment Weekly:

["Lost"] producers plan to address a selection of baffling bits of unfinished business on the season 6 DVD, which goes on sale in August. An ABC insider says the set will include “new content that addresses some of the unanswered questions in an entertaining way,” though disputed reports that there could be as much as 20 minutes worth of mystery-resolution material.

Will this be the Special "We Are Crappy Storytellers" DVD Edition on Blu-Ray?

C'mon! This season has been exceedingly poor and disappointing and now the producers so much as admit that they didn't even try to answer any of the show's lingering questions in the finale?

See my previous post for a list of still unresolved questions from the series.

Here's the thing: Yes, "Lost" has been pretty danged entertaining through its run. But the strung-out mysteries are what made it so interesting. To wind things up without resolving these mysteries or by attempting to answer them in lame, expository dialogue ("Oh, I know what those whispers in the jungle are!," "I picked you because you're flawed") is a cheat.

I remember the producers promising they weren't making this story up as they went along, that they had a definitive ending, that all the questions would be resolved, that this wouldn't be another "X-Files" or "Twin Peaks."

They let us down.

STILL unanswered questions on Lost, or "why this show sucks"

Lost is nearly done and the show's scripts read more and more like a thrown-together term paper written the night before it was due by a drunken college student. I mean, come on! Mysteries that have been strung out since season 1 are still unanswered. And when they are addressed, the "answers" are tossed off and lame.

At this point, I think there's little hope of a dramatically satisfying conclusion to the end of this series. This season has been horrendously bad.

Yet, I've watched thus far and will certainly be watching the conclusion this Sunday, hoping that it's not too bad.

That said, here are questions that STILL haven't been answered. I'm sure there are a ton more that haven't occurred to me:

*  What is the history  of the Others? Where did they come from?  Why did they kill off the  Dharma Initiative?

* What's  up with Walt's powers? How did  the Others know  about them?

* How did Cindy  the stewardess and the two  children from the Oceanic flight come  to be among the Others?

* Why exactly did Jacob pick these particular folks as his candidates? He tells them because they are "flawed." Seriously, this is the best the show's producers can do? By that standard, any random human fits the bill! Six years and all we get is, "they're flawed." Criminy.

* Jack is now Jacob's successor and it's his job to protect the magic golden light at the center of the island. But why? What has this light ever done for anyone apart from turn them into smoke monsters. What's so danged good about the island. Everyone on the danged thing has been threatened, beat up and killed, it seems like. Sure, it has healing properties. But, to what purpose? Locke was made able to walk again so he could get killed by an evil entity that wants to destroy the self-same healing island. This makes NO SENSE people. And if the point is that it's not supposed to make sense, that's not coming through clear either. It's all random and tossed together.

* Why was Ben selected the leader of the Others? And why, ostensibly in the name of Jacob, do such horrible things to people? Did Jacob intend this? Why did the Others go along with it? Why did Richard go along with it?

* Why did Jacob exclude Kate from being a candidate because she's a mother? Wasn't Sun a mother also? Wasn't Jin a dad? Aren't Jack and Sawyer also dads? Is Jacob a sexist pig?

*  What was Ben's breakfast on the beach with  Kate in season 3 all  about? We didn't see any of their discussion. [I'm still a bit  baffled by this scene. We've not been given any insight into what was  discussed. Was Ben merely trying to persuade Jack to operate on Ben's  spine? Or was there something more going on.]

*  Why does the smoke monster kill some people and not others?

* Why did the smoke  monster kill Eko, in particular? What did the monster see/sense  in him?

* Why did the magic light turn the man in black into a smoke monster? If the light is such a good thing, why did it create an entity that goes around killing essentially innocent people?

* Why did the Others initially disguise  themselves as shipwrecked  pirate types complete with fake beards? [What  was the point? To make the crash survivors think that the Others were  merely fellow castaways, not an organized faction on the island with a  secret history? What?]

* What's up  with the sickness  that killed off Danielle's team? [Were they killed by Smokey or  turned evil by him? Or both?]

* Is  the Dharma  Initiative still active at all?

* Who  was behind  the air drop of Dharma  supplies  that has benefited the Oceanic survivors? [There was  a drop after the Oceanic survivors arrived, wasn't there? Or was this  an old drop that Hurley discovered? I may be misremembering.]

*  Why do  women on the island die instead of giving birth?

*  Why did the Others steal children?

*  What's behind the apparent healing properties of the island?

* What's responsible for the visions   of animals and dead people the crash surivors sometimes see on the   island?

* What's the deal with Libby, killed in   season 2, who evidently gave Desmond the sailboat that landed him on  the  island and who once was in a mental ward with Hurley? [Despite  Libby's recent appearance this season, these questions were not  answered.]

*  What's up with the giant statue?  Who built it? What is its significance?

* Is there   any explanation for why the man in the Dharma Initiative videos is at   different times identified as Dr. Marvin Candle, Dr. Mark Wickmund,  Dr. Pierre Change and   other names and why the CIA agent who identifies himself as Joe Inman   to Sayid tells Desmond that his name is Kelvin Inman?

*   Why did the psychic in Australia encourage Claire to take the  doomed  flight?

* Who is the man Sarah left Jack for? Why is she so   reluctant to reveal his identity? Is he somehow associated with the   Dharma Initiative and/or the Others?

* What's up with that polar bear in Tunisia? Was Charlotte   part of Dharma when she found it, or was she snooping into what Dharma   is all about? [Pretty much answered, I guess. We know Charlotte was  investigating her Dharma past? The polar bear likely transported from  the island ala Ben and Locke.]

* Who is Penelope's  mother?

*  Why did Alpert want the body of Amy's  husband? [Was it merely as proof of retribution to the Others?  Or did they do something creepy with it?]

*  Who  created the ancient temple  on  the island?

* How did the Others save young Ben after he was shot? [They put him  in the dark pool, most likely. But we weren't shown that this is the  case.]

*  What is Ilana's history with  Jacob? Why was  her face bandaged?

* Is Locke really dead? Will he return?

Additional  unanswered questions from Lostpedia:

  • Why did  Desmond tell Charlie he saw a vision of Claire and Aaron getting  on a  helicopter that could only come true if he died?
  • Why did Claire abandon Aaron?
  • What caused the bad luck surrounding Hurley?
  • What does Juliet's mark mean?


Questions from last week's episode

These aren't so much questions as writing that is bad and just doesn't make any sense:
  • Smokey gets Ben to do his bidding by promising Ben that, once everybody is dead and gone, Ben will have control of the island. But at episode's end, Smokey tell Ben that he's going to destroy the island. And Ben seems ok with that. WTH?!!!
  • In a previous episode, Ben confronts Charles Widmore. Widmore asks "Have you come to kill me" and Ben says "You know I can't do that." Yet, in the penultimate episode, Ben kills Widmore. So, it's suddenly ok now?
  • Likewise, Smokey and Jacob's crazy mother says that neither can harm one another. Yet Jacob beats the snot out of Smokey and throws him into the magic light. I'm unclear on the definition of not hurting here.

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Marvel Comics August 2010 solicitations: classic reprints

Highlights from Marvel's August offerings:


WOMEN OF MARVEL: CELEBRATING SEVEN DECADES OMNIBUS
Written by STAN LEE, LINDA FITE, JEAN THOMAS, GERRY CONWAY, ROY THOMAS, TONY ISABELLA, ED HANNIGAN, CAROL SEULING, STEVE GERBER, MIKE FRIEDRICH, JIM SHOOTER, DAVID MICHELINIE, JOHN BYRNE, TOM DEFALCO, DWAYNE MCDUFFIE, DWIGHT D. COYE, JM DEMATTEIS, JACK C. HARRIS & RICHARD HOWELL
Penciled by VARIOUS
Covers by OLIVIER COIPEL & RAMONA FRADON
For seventy years, Marvel Comics has been chronicling the adventures of heroes across the world — and now it's time for the heroines to shine! Featuring your favorite fighting females from across the decades! Millie the Model! Patsy Walker and Hedy Wolfe! The Wasp! The Black Widow! Night Nurse! Tigra! Shanna the She-Devil! The Dazzler! Firestar! Captain Marvel! She-Hulk! Storm! Against threats including Man-Killer, Nekra, the White Queen and the Silver Samurai! Collected together here for the first time in one titanic tome! Collecting TALES TO ASTONISH (1959) #51-58, X-MEN (1963) #57, NIGHT NURSE #1-4, CAT #1-4, MARVEL TEAM-UP (1972) #8, GIANT-SIZE CREATURES #1, MARVEL PREMIERE #42, SHANNA THE SHE-DEVIL (1972) #1-5, KA-ZAR: LORD OF THE HIDDEN JUNGLE #2, DAREDEVIL (1964) #108-112, MARVEL TWO-IN-ONE #3, MARVEL GRAPHIC NOVEL #12, #16 & #18, FIRESTAR #1-4, SENSATIONAL SHE-HULK: CEREMONY #1-2, CAPTAIN MARVEL (1989) #1, CAPTAIN MARVEL (1994) #1, MILLIE THE MODEL #100, PATSY AND HEDY ANNUAL #1, SOLO AVENGERS #9, MARVEL COMICS PRESENTS (1988) #36 and MARVEL FANFARE #59.
1160 PGS


MARVEL MASTERWORKS: GOLDEN AGE MARVEL COMICS VOL. 5 HC
Written by JOE SIMON, RAY GILL, ANDREW MCWHINEY & VARIOUS
Penciled by CARL BURGOS, BILL EVERETT, JACK KIRBY, PAUL GUSTAVSON, STEVE DAHLMAN, BOB OKSNER & BEN THOMPSON
Cover by ALEX SCHOMBURG
The greatest comic magazine of the Golden Age returns with the Marvel Masterworks! Headlining the heavy-hitters of the Timely era, Marvel Mystery Comics has it all—from top-of-the-field super hero action to bizarre mystery, otherworldly noir, jungle adventure and boy detectives! And it all starts off with the history-making Human Torch/Sub-Mariner team-up by the titanic talents Carl Burgos and Bill Everett! Then the Human Torch’s sidekick Toro, the Flaming Kid, makes his Marvel Mystery debut. Prince Namor, the Sub-Mariner, takes his uniquely anarchic brand of action straight to the Nazis’ noses, while the Angel’s origin is revealed and he begins a multi-part crusade against the sexy villainess, the Cat’s Paw. Rounded out by Jack Kirby’s eerie agent of vengeance, the Vision; the wonderfully weird Electro; Terry Vance, School Boy Sleuth; and the adventures of Ka-Zar, it’s the classic package that made Marvel famous! Collecting MARVEL MYSTERY COMICS #17-20
280 PGS


MARVEL MASTERWORKS: THE DEFENDERS VOL. 2 HC
Written by STEVE ENGLEHART & LEN WEIN with TONY ISABELLA
Penciled by SAL BUSCEMA & BOB BROWN with JIM STARLIN
Cover by GIL KANE
The Dynamic Defenders, comicdom’s most famous non-team, launch into their second Marvel Masterworks collection with the granddaddy of all mega-events—the Avengers/Defenders War! Thor vs. Hulk! Silver Surfer vs. the Vision! Namor vs. Cap! It’s a super hero battle royale orchestrated by the mystic menace Dormammu and the mischievous Loki. Concocted by Steve Englehart, the cross-title adventure is collected in full and has never looked better! And that’s just the tip of the iceberg! This packed-to-the-gills collection also includes Attuma’s invasion of the surface world; Hawkeye’s joining the ranks of the Defenders; the all-time classic battle with the Squadron Sinister that brought Nighthawk into the Defenders’ fold; a team-up with Professor X to stop Magneto and the his Ultimate Mutant; and at long last, the return of the Black Knight! They’re classics that redefined super teams forever, one and all, so come join the revolution with the Marvel Masterworks! Collecting DEFENDERS #7-16, GIANT-SIZE DEFENDERS #1 & AVENGERS #115-118
312 PGS


MARVEL MASTERWORKS: THE SILVER SURFER VOL. 2 TPB
Written by STAN LEE
Penciled by JOHN BUSCEMA with JACK KIRBY
Covers by JOHN BUSCEMA & DEAN WHITE
The world’s favorite space-faring super hero in his continuing saga of anguish and adventure! He sacrificed himself to save his home world of Zenn-La from the planet-devouring menace, Galactus, saving those he loved in exchange for a life of servitude as the Silver Surfer. Now, after disobeying his master, Norrin Radd is stranded on the planet Earth—forever removed from his love, Shalla-Bal, and from the beckoning spaceways! A high point of epic adventure and lyrical drama, The Silver Surfer took the comic-book super hero to all-new heights. Using their ravaged protagonist as a lens through which they could comment on the social injustices of the era, Stan Lee and John Buscema turned the Surfer into the ultimate outsider archetype, reflecting the reader’s world in his metallic skin. In these pages the Surfer will face ghosts from beyond the grave seeking redemption, the horrors of war, the devious Mephisto, and mighty Marvel heroes from Spider-Man to the Human Torch and the Inhumans. So what more do you need to know, reserve that copy today, True Believer! Collecting SILVER SURFER #7-18
288 PGS


THOR: IF ASGARD SHOULD PERISH PREMIERE HC
Written by LEN WEIN
Penciled by JOHN BUSCEMA
Covers by JACK KIRBY
To save the very universe, Thor and the Warriors Three travel through time to stop the deadly Time Twisters! Then, it’s off to Costa Verde to face the new threat of Firelord—but when Thor gets mind-controlled, only Jane Foster can save the day! And when Mangog storms the gates of Asgard, Thor must rescue his father Odin from Hela herself! Witness the God of Thunder in some of his earliest battles! Featuring the threats of Ulik, Zarrko the Tomorrow Man and more! Collecting THOR (1962) #242-253.
224 PGS



ESSENTIAL HULK VOL. 6 TPB
Written by LEN WEIN, DAVID KRAFT & ROGER STERN
Penciled by SAL BUSCEMA, HERB TRIMPE, GEORGE TUSKA & JIM STARLIN
Cover by RICH BUCKLER
Life is never easy for the Hulk. And it only gets harder as he travels through time, across dimensions, under the ocean, to deserted islands and more to face his deadliest foes yet — including Constrictor, the Leader, Bi-Beast, Psyklop and Absorbing Man! When the woman of both Hulk and Banner's dreams, Jarella, comes to Earth, could our hero find happiness — or is he doomed for disappointment? Plus: Things aren't all wedded bliss for Glenn and Betty Talbot! Doc Samson versus Rhino! Guest-starring the Defenders, S.H.I.E.L.D. and Jack of Hearts! Collecting INCREDIBLE HULK (1968) #201-225 and HULK ANNUAL #6.
496 PGS

Pop links: Iron Man 2 annotated, Disneyland slides, Captain America movie ready to roll, CBGBs: the comic book, Wally Wood meets Peter Max

See an annotated guide to Iron Man 2.

----

View some great souvenir slides from Disneyland here and here.



-----

The Captain America movie will be filmed in London.

----

Boom! Studios is publishing a comic book series about legendary punk club CBGBs.

-----

Wally Wood meets Peter Max.

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Comics shipping May 19, 2010: discounted comics collections and graphic novels.

Click the links to order discounted items from Amazon:

DARK HORSE COMICS
Alien Legion Omnibus Volume 2
FEB100012 ALIEN LEGION OMNIBUS TP VOL 02 $16.49
The Art of Blade of the Immortal
FEB100064 ART OF BLADE THE IMMORTAL HC $19.79
Avatar: The Last Airbender (The Art of the Animated Series)
FEB100039 AVATAR LAST AIRBENDER ART ANIMATED SERIES HC $23.09
MAR100023 AVP THREE WORLD WAR #4 (OF 6) $3.50
JAN100183 CREEPY COMICS #3 $4.99
MAR100027 DEVIL #4 (OF 4) $3.50
SEP090023 EMILY THE STRANGE 13TH HOUR #3 (OF 4) $3.99
FEB100018 END LEAGUE TP VOL 02 WEATHERED STATUES $16.99
NOV090064 GANTZ TP VOL 10 $12.99
DEC090056 HELLSING TP VOL 10 (OF 10) $13.99
DEC090058 OH MY GODDESS RTL TP VOL 35 $10.99

DC COMICS
Atomic Knights
JAN100295 ATOMIC KNIGHTS HC $26.39
MAR100189 AZRAEL #8 $2.99
MAR100187 BATMAN STREETS OF GOTHAM #12 $3.99
Batman: Streets of Gotham Vol. 1: Hush Money
JAN100294 BATMAN STREETS OF GOTHAM HC VOL 01 HUSH MONEY $13.59
MAR100268 BATMAN THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD #17 $2.50
MAR100161 BRIGHTEST DAY #2 $2.99
MAR100176 DC UNIVERSE LEGACIES #1 (OF 10) $3.99
MAR100277 DV8 GODS AND MONSTERS #2 (OF 8) $2.99
FEB100238 FREE REALMS TP BOOK 01 $19.99
DC Direct Green Lantern: Legacies Multi-Part Statue: Part 1: Hal Jordan and Guardians of the Universe
SEP090243 GREEN LANTERN LEGACIES STATUE PART 1 HAL JORDAN $185.00
MAR100173 JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #45 (BRIGHTEST DAY) $3.99
MAR108044 JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #45 (BRIGHTEST DAY) VAR ED $3.99
Justice Society of America: The Bad Seed (Jsa (Justice Society of America) (Graphic Novels))
FEB100189 JUSTICE SOCIETY OF AMERICA BAD SEED TP $10.19
MAR100210 LEGION OF SUPER HEROES #1 $3.99
Legion of Super-Heroes: Enemy Manifest
FEB100190 LEGION OF SUPER HEROES ENEMY MANIFEST TP $10.19
MAR100256 SCALPED #1 NEW PTG $1.00
MAR100214 SPIRIT #2 $3.99
Supergirl: Friends and Fugitives
FEB100197 SUPERGIRL FRIENDS AND FUGITIVES TP $12.23
MAR100194 SUPERMAN BATMAN #72 $2.99
MAR100203 SUPERMAN WAR OF THE SUPERMEN #3 (OF 4) $2.99
MAR100290 SUPERNATURAL BEGINNINGS END #5 (OF 6) $2.99
MAR100271 TINY TITANS #28 $2.50
JAN100336 WORLD OF WARCRAFT ASHBRINGER TP $14.99
MAR100234 ZATANNA #1 $2.99

IDW PUBLISHING

MAR101062 BEYOND THE WALL TP $17.99
Classic G.I. Joe Volume 8
MAR101007 CLASSIC GI JOE TP VOL 08 $16.49
MAR101015 GHOUL HC $14.99
MAR101001 GI JOE #18 $3.99
MAR100986 JAMES PATTERSONS WITCH & WIZARD #1 BATTLE SHADOWLAND $3.99
MAR101032 KILL SHAKESPEARE #2 $3.99
FEB100938 LAST UNICORN #1 SGN ED $9.99
Star Trek: Motion Picture Trilogy
MAR101027 STAR TREK MOTION PICTURE TRILOGY TP $16.49
MAR101045 TANK GIRL ROYAL ESCAPE #3 (OF 4) $3.99
MAR100993 TRANSFORMERS LAST STAND O/T WRECKERS #5 $3.99

IMAGE COMICS

JAN100456 ASTOUNDING WOLF-MAN #23 $2.99
MAR108073 CHOKER #2 (OF 6) 2ND PTG (PP #919) $3.99
SEP090280 COMPLETE INVINCIBLE LIBRARY HC VOL 02 $125.00
MAR100425 DEAD AT 17 WITCH QUEEN #3 (OF 4) $2.99
MAR100427 FADE TO BLACK #3 (OF 5) $3.50
MAR100428 GOD COMPLEX #6 $2.99
JAN100463 JERSEY GODS #12 $4.99
Shadowhawk Chronicles Volume 1
NOV090360 SHADOWHAWK CHRONICLES TP VOL 01 $13.59
Spawn Origins Volume 5
MAR100375 SPAWN ORIGINS TP VOL 05 $10.11
FEB108489 TURF #1 2ND PTG (PP #916) $2.99

MARVEL COMICS

MAR100534 AGE OF HEROES #1 (OF 4) HA $3.99
MAR100508 AMAZING SPIDER-MAN PRESENTS AMERICAN SON #1 (OF 4) $3.99
MAR100522 ATLAS #1 HA $3.99
MAR100516 AVENGERS #1 HA $3.99
FEB108420 AVENGERS #1 I AM AN AVENGER BLANK CVR VAR (PP #914) $3.99
MAR108006 AVENGERS #1 PARTY EXCLUSIVE JRJR GATEFOLD VAR $3.99
JAN108151 AVENGERS #1 ROMITA SR VAR (PP #911) $3.99
MAR100520 AVENGERS ASSEMBLE #1 HA $3.99
MAR100480 DARK TOWER GUNSLINGER #1 (OF 5) $3.99
MAR100490 DEADPOOL #23 HA $2.99
MAR100586 DEATHLOK #7 (OF 7) $3.99
MAR100536 ENTER THE HEROIC AGE #1 HA $3.99
MAR100515 GALACTA DAUGHTER OF GALACTUS #1 $3.99
FEB100451 GIRL COMICS #2 (OF 3) $4.99
MAR100476 HER-OES #2 $2.99
MAR100469 HEROIC AGE MAGAZINE $9.99
MAR100630 HULK PREM HC $19.99
MAR100546 INVINCIBLE IRON MAN #26 HA $2.99
MAR100556 MARVEL 1602 MGC #1 $1.00
MAR100485 MARVELOUS LAND OF OZ #6 (OF 8) $3.99
MAR100560 ORIGINS OF MARVEL COMICS #1 HA $3.99
MAR100478 RESCUE #1 $3.99
Spider-Man: The Gauntlet, Book 3: Vulture & Morbius
MAR100629 SPIDER-MAN GAUNTLET PREM HC VOL 03 VULTURE MORBIUS $13.59
MAR100647 TROJAN WAR TP GN $14.99
MAR100496 ULTIMATE COMICS AVENGERS 2 #2 $3.99
MAR108018 X-FACTOR #204 2ND PTG DE LANDRO VAR (PP #917) $2.99
MAR100599 X-FACTOR #205 XSC $2.99
MAR100639 X-FACTOR PREM HC INVISIBLE WOMAN HAS VANISHED $19.99
MAR100613 X-MEN FOREVER #24 $3.99
MAR108019 X-MEN LEGACY #235 2ND PTG LAND VAR (PP #917) $2.99
MAR100593 X-MEN LEGACY #236 XSC $2.99
MAR100625 X-MEN NATION X HC $34.99
MAR100662 X-MEN ORIGINS TP $19.99
MAR100611 X-MEN PIXIE STRIKES BACK #4 (OF 4) $3.99

**********

COMICS

FEB101068 2000 AD PACK APR 2010 $18.00
MAR100785 ANCHOR #8 $3.99
MAR100708 ARCHIE AMERICANA SER TP VOL 10 BEST OF 70S BOOK 2 $11.95
MAR100706 ARCHIE DIGEST #264 $2.69
FEB101071 ATOMIC ROBO REVENGE O/T VAMPIRE DIMENSION #3 (OF 4) $3.50
FEB100673 BERONAS HUNDRED YEAR WAR PREVIEW BOOK $3.95
MAR108038 BLACK GOD TP VOL 09 (NOTE PRICE) (PP #917) $11.99
DEC090791 BLACK TERROR #8 VIRGIN ART VAR ROSS SGN ED $89.99
Captain Easy, Soldier of Fortune: The Complete Sunday Newspaper Strips 1933-1935 (Vol. 1)
JUN090893 CAPTAIN EASY HC VOL 01 SOLDIER OF FORTUNE $26.39
FEB100767 CARS TP VOL 03 RALLY RACE $9.99
MAR100916 CATLAND EMPIRE GN $29.95
MAR100925 DF KATO ORIGINS #1 WORLEY NEG ART CVR $16.99
APR100942 DF KEVIN SMITH GREEN HORNET #3 CASSADAY COOL GREEN EX CVR $5.00
MAR100810 DONALD DUCK AND FRIENDS #354 $2.99
MAR100882 EXPENDABLES #1 (OF 4) $3.99
FEB100752 FARSCAPE HOLOFOIL SET $74.99
MAR100791 FARSCAPE ONGOING #7 $3.99
FEB100647 FEMFORCE #152 W/ STORMY TEMPEST DVD $9.95
FEB100643 GROWING UP ENCHANTED TP $9.95
FEB101109 ILL GIVE IT MY ALL TOMORROW TP VOL 01 $12.99
FEB100772 INCREDIBLES #9 $2.99
FEB100771 INCREDIBLES TP VOL 03 REVENGE FROM BELOW $9.99
JAN100904 ITAZURA NA KISS GN VOL 02 $16.95
The Young Bond Series, Book One: SilverFin (A James Bond Adventure, new cover)
MAR100979 JAMES BOND ADV TP VOL 01 SILVERFIN $7.99
James Bond: Nightbird
OCT091076 JAMES BOND TP NIGHTBIRD $13.46
MAR100713 JUGHEAD #201 (NOTE PRICE) $2.99
FEB101022 KNIGHTS OF THE DINNER TABLE #162 $4.99
FEB100794 LAST AIRBENDER MOVIE PREQUEL GN $10.99
DEC090794 LEGENDARY TALESPINNERS #1 (OF 3) SGN ED $29.99
FEB100789 LEONARD STARRS MARY PERKINS ON STAGE TP VOL 07 $24.95
FEB100777 MUPPET SNOW WHITE #1 $2.99
FEB100866 PS238 #44 $2.99
MAR101106 RESURRECTION VOL 2 #11 $3.99
FEB100671 SARAH PALIN ROGUE WARRIOR ONE SHOT $3.99
FEB101110 SATURN APARTMENTS TP VOL 01 $12.99
MAR100778 SIMPSONS COMICS #166 $2.99
MAR100716 SONIC UNIVERSE #16 $2.99
MAR100724 SOULFIRE TP VOL 01 PART 02 $14.99
DEC090682 SOULFIRE VOLUME TWO #5 CVR A MARCUS TO $2.99
DEC090683 SOULFIRE VOLUME TWO #5 CVR B PETER STEIGERWALD $2.99
JAN101061 SPIDER CHAOS MAKER ONE-SHOT $4.99
FEB100790 STAN DRAKE HEART JULIET JONES TP VOL 03 $24.95
MAR101314 STAR WARS SCANIMATION HC $14.95
MAR100877 STARGATE VALA MAL DORAN #1 $3.99
JAN100905 TAIMASHIN RED SPIDER EXORCIST GN VOL 02 $9.95
MAR100825 WALL-E #6 $2.99
MAR100951 WALLY GROPIUS HC $18.99
FEB100912 WEATHERCRAFT HC $19.99
MAR101134 WWE HEROES #3 $3.99