Sheldon Moldoff

DC Teases Rainbow Batmen, DCU Online Figures from the Vault
As part of the celebration for reaching 250,000 Facebook fans, DC Collectibles has opened its vaults to showcase some prototyped but never developed figures from the past. What's more, DC's asking for your input to see which figures out of the bunch you'd like to see made the most. If…
'Batman: A Celebration Of 75 Years' Lives Up To Its Title
As much as I love Batman, and I think the record will show that I love Batman a whole heck of a lot, I haven't really been looking forward to sitting down and cracking open the new Batman: A Celebration of 75 Years hardcover. Last year's Superman anniversary hardcover was a disaster of rev…
The 10 Greatest Batman Stories By Bill Finger
This Saturday, February 8, marks the 100th birthday of Bill Finger, one of the true unsung heroes of comic books. In the decades of his comic book career, Finger was one of the most prominent writers of the Golden and Silver Ages, contributing to characters like Superman and Green Lantern, but it's …
Golden Age Comic Book Artist Sheldon Moldoff, R.I.P.
Multiple outlets are reporting the death of Sheldon Moldoff, the Golden Age comic book artist whose work is probably best known to ComicsAlliance readers in the form of the enduring Batman characters he co-created: Poison Ivy, Clayface II and Bat-Mite...
Bizarro Back Issues: Batman in The Worst Thanksgiving Ever
The time is once again here for Thanksgiving in America, and while most of us just use the holiday as an excuse to binge on turkey, there is a deeper meaning behind it. It's the day that we set aside to honor the time that the Native Americans helped out the Pilgrims, who would not have otherwi…