Vintage - Page 5
The new 'Star Trek' movie debuts on Friday, but while you're waiting for the film that promises to relaunch the franchise, take a look at our gallery of the most ridiculous moments in the history of 'Star Trek' comic books, put together by Chris Sims of The Invincible Super-Blog.
From the unusual teamups department: Back in 1976, Jack Kirby --the X-Men, Fantastic Four and Hulk co-creator -- got the chance to go backstage at a Wings concert and meet Paul and Linda McCartney, where he presented them them a picture he'd drawn of them with the X-Men villain Magneto (left)
Long before Jesse Reklaw was turning people's dreams into comic strips in Slowwave, Captain America creators Jack Kirby and Joe Simon were actually BUYING PEOPLE'S DREAMS and turning them into comic books for 'The Strange World of Your Dreams.' Issues 1-4 are available for download here, and if y
-Superman, Batman, and Spider-Man team get saved from an evil magician by a guru in this amazing vintage Indian comic of slightly broken English and snakes getting shot into people's mouths. (CBR)
-Despite James Marster's recent complaints about comic
Someone lucky enough to have the scratch paid $317,200 for a rare copy of the first comic book featuring Superman. The issue of Action Comics from 1938 features a cover showing the Man of Steel lifting a car and its original price tag of 10 cents. (There are only about 100 copies known to exist.) The lucky bastard who sold it originally purchased the copy in the '50s at the marke