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Link Ink: ‘The Dark Knight Returns’ Art Auctioned, Portal Guns and Spider-Ham

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Auctions: Heritage Auctions has some of Frank Miller's The Dark Knight Returns art you can bid on... if you've got Bruce Wayne money.

Industry: Fantagraphics co-founder Mike Catron and original staffer Preston White have returned to the publisher in editorial and art department positions, respectively.

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Spider-Ham Turns 25 This June with a 48-Page Anniversary Special

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On June 2, Spider-Man's bacony counterpart hits a landmark 25th year in print with a brand new one-shot celebrating a quarter century of anthropomorphic adventures.

"Spider-Ham 25th Anniversary Special" #1 features the creative talent of writers Tom DeFalco and Tom Peyer, with art by Jacob Chabot, Agnes Garbowska and Adam Dekraker wrapped in a cover by Joe Jusko.

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The 5 Most Unlikely Marvel Noir Titles

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This week saw the release of the latest in Marvel's series of noir-inspired takes on their characters with "Iron Man Noir," adding Tony Stark to the list of of technological futurists with guilty consciences running around back in the '40s, and to be honest, we're pretty surprised that's still going on. Don't get us wrong: The Noir titles have been way better than anyone expected, especially Fred Van Lente's take on the X-Men that starred the all-but-forgotten Golden Age Angel, but when you've got a line that's attempting to make characters like Daredevil and the Punisher -- a man whose father was killed for refusing to throw a boxing match that's constantly being betrayed by his girlfriends and an ex-soldier who swears revenge after his family is killed in a mob crossfire -- even more noir than they already are, you've got to wonder how far they're willing to go with this premise.

That's the question we put to ComicsAlliance senior writer Chris Sims, who has unearthed the pitches for the Five Most Extremely Unlikely Marvel Noir Titles!

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