Top 5 Trending Comics #191

Every week before new comic book day, Trending Pop Culture provides the fans with the Top 5 Trending Comics arriving on new comic book day .
New Comics and items arriving 11/28/18. Trending Comics and More #554

Click on the RED links, Images/comic cover to buy/bid from All available sellers on Ebay


Batman Beyond #26 – After a long absence, Joker makes his return to the beyond universe. This comic is already gaining some traction on both the trending side and aftermarket side.
Monarchs #1 – New Scout Comics’ offering is sold out. Creators; A.C. Medina and Fernando Pinto.
Daredevil #612 – Writer Charles Soule wraps up a major story line with villain Vigil. Art by Phil Noto.
Marvel Action Spider-Man #1 – IDW debuts a new comic starring Peter, Miles and Gwen. All in their spider outfits too. The Kevin Eastman variant (shown here) is sold out. Creators Delilah S Dawson and Fico Ossio.
Monstrous #1 – This Source Point Press comic is sold out. Gregory Wright and Ken Lamug.

Click on the RED links, Images/comic cover to buy/bid from All available sellers on Ebay

Here are the rest of the trending comics and items headed your way this Wednesday from Trending Comics and More #554
Ironheart #1
Fantastic Four #4
Old man Hawkeye #11
Dead Man Logan #1
Action Comics #1005
DC Nuclear Winter Special #1
Flash #59
The Warning #1

Trending items arriving this Wednesday. Most are sold out. Click on the RED links or the image to buy/bid on these hot items via eBay from ALL available sellers.
DC Comics Bombshells Batman & Catwoman deluxe statue – DC Collectibles
DC Comic Gallery Catwoman PVC Figure – Diamond Select
DC Artist Alley Designer Vinyl Figure By Sho Murase – Poison Ivy – DC Collectibles

 

Secure your legacy.
Carpe Diem.
Jay Katz

Trending Comics & More #554

Here are this week’s top trending comic books and new items headed your way this Wednesday 11-28-18
This site is BEST VIEWED on Google Chrome.
Click on the RED links, Images or the comic cover to buy/bid from All available sellers on Ebay
Please note: New comic book releases and all items are subject to change

Writer Charles Soule wraps up a major Daredevil storyline this Wednesday in Daredevil #612. According to Marvel, this issue will have everyone talking. A double size with multiple variants. Phil Noto art.
Riri Williams finally gets her own comic book series. Ironheart #1 by writer Eve Ewing and art by Kevin Libranda.
Fantastic Four #4 introduces “The Fantastix”. Writer Dan Slott and artist Stefano Caselli.
Old man Hawkeye #11 will find out a big secret regarding the Weapon X program. Maybe it’s dirt on the new Dead Man Logan #1 arriving this week. Creators Ed Brisson and Mike Henderson on the debut book.

Daredevil #612

Fantastic Four #4

Ironheart #1

Old Man Hawkeye #11

Click on the RED links, Images/comic cover to buy/bid from All available sellers on Ebay

After a long absence, Joker makes his return to the beyond universe in Batman Beyond #26. This comic is already gaining some traction on both the trending side and aftermarket side.
Writer Geoff Johns and artist Dale Eagleham deliver Shazam! #1. It’s been quite some time since Shazam starred in his on monthly title. 20 years or so. If anyone would make a successful Shazam comic, Geoff Johns would be the guy to do it.
Superman (and readers) will find out who the Red Cloud is in Action Comics #1005.
Possible first appearances in DC Nuclear Winter Special #1. The future Superman, Batman and others. Creators are extensive and wide on this one. All-star creator line-up.
Flash #59 introduces a new villain.

Batman Beyond #26

Shazam! #1

Action Comics #1005

Flash #59

Click on the RED links, Images/comic cover to buy/bid from All available sellers on Ebay

Trending Pop Culture Indie Hot Picks; Some Indie comics (small press) do not always show up on Ebay right way. Please check back on a regular basis, some of the smaller print indie books usually list after new comic book release day or a few days after.
With a successful debut, Antarctic Press will look forward to more of the same with Punchline #2. The Matthew Wheldon covers alone are stellar. Expect continued success and more social media runs on this book. Update; there may be a delay in this book this week. No matter, we’ll just talk about it again when its due out. It’s that special.
Edward Laroche debuts The Warning #1 (Image Comics).
From Source Point Press; Monstrous #1. Creators; Gregory Wright and Ken Lamug.

Punchline #2

Nuclear Winter #1

Dead Man Logan #1

The Warning #1

Monstrous #1

Click on the RED links, Images/comic cover to buy/bid from All available sellers on Ebay

Trending items arriving this Wednesday. Most are sold out. Click on the RED links or the image to buy/bid on these hot items via eBay from ALL available sellers.
DC Comics Bombshells Batman & Catwoman deluxe statueDC Collectibles
DC Comic Gallery Catwoman PVC FigureDiamond Select
DC Artist Alley Designer Vinyl Figure By Sho Murase – Poison Ivy – DC Collectibles

Poison Ivy

Bombshells Catwoman

Catwoman

Poison Ivy

Click on the RED links, Images/comic cover to buy/bid from All available sellers on Ebay

Secure your legacy.
Carpe Diem.
Jay Katz

 

Best Covers NEW Comics 11/28/18

New comic book release day 11/28/18. New comic releases are subject to change.
These are our favorite comic covers from the new arrivals this week. Shown below are the comic book covers with the cover artist.
Always remember, all of these new comics are just as awesome in the inside as they are on the outside. What are your favorite covers this week?
NOTE: This site is BEST VIEWED on Google Chrome.

Click on the Comic Cover to buy/bid from ALL sellers on Ebay

Click on the Comic Cover to buy/bid from ALL sellers on Ebay

Click on the Comic Cover to buy/bid from ALL sellers on Ebay

Click on the Comic Cover to buy/bid from ALL sellers on Ebay

Click on the Comic Cover to buy/bid from ALL sellers on Ebay

Secure Your Legacy.
Carpe Diem.
Jay Katz

The Next Comic Industry Ambassador?

Every kingdom has its king. Every kingdom eventually crowns a new king, thus the one replacing will never rule as his predecessor did.
One’s understanding of the statements above will help many within the context of this post. Let’s be clear right off the bat here, there is no replacing Stan Lee. No one. Ever.
Stan Lee (1922-2018) was not only the consummate professional, he was the worlds first social media marketing guru. No one did it like Stan. No one. The educated/knowledgeable person(s) knows that Mr. Lee did not create all of the Marvel characters within the Marvel Universe. While he did create some, names like Steve Ditko and Jack Kirby should always be synonymous with Stan’s. Ditko and Kirby were an intricate part, just as important, if not more than that of Stan’s in the creation of what is a multi-billion-dollar business today. So, what separates the big three exactly? This question is the easiest of them all, Stan Lee created what we know today as social media. Ditko and Kirby did not know of the “madness” or “spell” Lee was indulging in. Providing interviews on late shows, magazine interviews, posing nude with a comic covering his private parts, making appearances anywhere he could. Having business dealings with a rock band like Kiss. Using their real blood within the inkwell during the printing process….could you imagine the hoops that would have to be jumped through in today’s society to do this? Marketing madness, marketing genius. In the modern world, Disney would never do this. Never. Marvel Comics were doing things outside the box, hence the slogan “House of Ideas”. There are too many creative points to list to Stan’s credit as far as monumental feats. African America characters, the outliers of society, the smart introvert, etc. Stan’s philosophy was simple, let the “other guys/gals” handle the Gods among men and we’ll tell stories of the “real person”, with “real problems”. This was Marvel. Stan created that lure. That grounded feeling, the connection as though you actually knew Peter or Matt or MJ or Steve, etc. That was Stan, that was his doing.
Not only did Mr. Lee figure out the connection with readers, he figured out the connection with marketing. The first Facebook, the first Twitter, the first Instagram, yes that was Stan. Never before was there a “human”, excluding the television commercials, as vibrant about promoting their product as Stan Lee was. He was out there on foot, selling his product to anyone that would listen and allow him to speak about it. He was the front and center guy, the ringmaster. No one knew Marvel Comics without knowing Stan Lee. His face was the face of the franchise and he relished it. Not shy at all, the bombastic voice, the confidence he exuded while speaking was infectious. There are speakers and then there are speakers, Lee was a speaker. He spoke, people listened, just like E.F. Hutton. Stan changed the game in ways no one else could fathom. Why was he working so hard to promote? Many process their thoughts like this; normal people don’t work that hard, they’ll pay their way in if need be. Working that hard doesn’t make sense. Laziness was not a part of this man’s makeup. His mantra was to work as hard as you can to promote what you love. Be your own marketing entity. Your own social media giant.
Ditko and Kirby were not doing this. They simply were not cut out for it. Not many are in business. Most prefer to stay in the background and let their work sell itself or have others work to get the word out. Stan was the latter. No denying Ditko and Kirby were uber talents, but marketing was not their forte. They weren’t made the way Stan was. No one was.
When the heavy marketing campaign began for Stan Lee’s Marvel, at first Lee was proclaiming to have created many of the characters the threesome worked on together. It caused quite a bit of friction to the point friendships were lost, and bitterness came into play. As the years past and the campaigning continued for Marvel, Stan came to the realization that the promoting was not about him, about his creations, but more about the team that truly made the iconic heroes and villains we all love today. He came around, although too late in real time. Some wounds never resealed, but maybe now they’re all having a grand old time laughing about the old times.
Let’s be as clear as possible here. There is no replacing Stan Lee. No one will ever replace Stan Lee. That said, a new president is elected, a new CEO hired, a new Spider-Man (with his own movie out soon), new marketing teams, new managers, new coaches, new owners, new investors, etc. Things do in fact change. Not always for the better, but things do in fact change. It’s the cycle of life. Sometimes the impossible happens and as sports fans have witnessed the likes of Jeter, Tiger, Lebron, Williams, Rolondo, Brady and the list goes on. As an exact counter to these names, many of the yesteryear crowds will say Morgan, Nickelson, Jordon, Everett, Pele and Unitas. The current or past names here are all part of subjective feelings towards certain individuals because of their time standing. Derek Jeter will appeal to the 30 year old’s, while Joe Morgan will appeal to the 60 year old’s. Same with the constant Lebron/Jordan debate and so forth. It truly is a basis on appeal for the age. Do you realize young children will not know of a world with Stan Lee in it? They’ll know of the social media world though. This is the new platform. How marketing is done. Regardless of your political lines, take a look at how President Barack Obama ran his first campaign in 2007/2008 leading up to his first victory. His second bid was more of the same, but not as much. Same raw platform though, social media. Stan Lee innovated this road for Barack Obama. No, Stan Lee was not responsible for getting him elected, he’s responsible for interjecting the platform he started so many years ago. Getting out there and reaching the masses by selling your product (yourself). Social Media does this without having to run to all 50 states before election day. The new face of comics will have an easier way to go because the comic book foundation is firm. The new face will have to know social media and all of the other attributes one needs to be successful in their craft to market correctly in an open forum (real people). Brains, engagement, command, quick witted, and so forth.
On November 12, 2018, the comic book industry is less the greatest marketer of all-time. Now, as clearly stated several times already, no one is replacing Stan Lee. With full, mature understanding of this, one can move on to the next statement. The comic book industry will need a new ambassador. Someone to lead the industry into the next era. A new face of the franchise. No one will ever live to the hype Mr. Lee has put forth. It’s simply impossible really. But someone needs to be the spokesperson for the new generation. Do understand too, the comic book industry is solidified already in many ways. but marketing is all about adjustments. Here is what the new era ambassador would have to contend with; video games, Snapchat, mobile phones, Instagram are some of the distractions the new era brings. Shorter attention spans is a monumental feat to overcome, but it can be done. The newbie will have to know about all mediums in order to progress the industry forward. The spokesperson will have to engage with social media, comic conventions, red carpets, new product, knowledge of their craft, be 100 percent relatable, and be that E.F. Hutton guy. If people don’t want to listen to you, well you’re not the chosen one. The first and foremost attribute one needs is engagement prowess, in every sense of the word. Without that, you’re just someone talking.
Did I say no one can replace Stan Lee? So, I complied a short list (not really short) of possible candidates to usher in the new era. The fresh embodiment of new ideas, new ways, new angles. Let’s be clear here, not one of these names below have endorsed themselves on this list. No one contacted TPC, no one emailed TPC, called TPC, nothing. These names are simply put out there as pure entertainment value as to which no creator has given their blessing to be the next ambassador for the industry. This isn’t an election, just suggestion. It’s simple fun to throw names in the ring and to get some banter going among comic book fans.
Check out the names below with a very brief summary (In no particular order). The summaries are not supposed to entail the creators entire resume. This is where the reader comes in. Discuss your inspiration about the creator if it’s not briefed, or maybe it is within the context and you’d want to elaborate. Who would you choose to lead into the new era? If the name is not below, name your person and why.
Disclaimer: No name omitted with purposeful intent. Simply put, you have your list, your friend has theirs, your brother has his, your father has his, your grandfather has his too. And guess what? They too will forget a name and recall it later. It’s called being human, not malicious.

 

Todd McFarlane – Comic industry experience; 1985 – present. Todd’s biggest characters included Spawn, Batman, Hulk and Spider-Man. The contortionist Spider-Man and wrapped webbing will be forever linked to Todd McFarlane. Co-founder of Image Comics. McFarlane toy line. First Spawn movie released in 1997. New Spawn arriving with Jamie Foxx slated for 2019 or 2020.

Joe Quesada – Comic industry experience; 1990 – present. Co-created (Jimmy Palmiotti) a publishing line name Event Comics. Has creation credits for Marvel Knights, MAX and the Ultimate imprints for Marvel Comics. Editor-In-Chief of Marvel Comics in 2000, relinquished that title in 2011 when named Marvel Comics Chief Creative Officer in 2010. Oversaw the original movies; X-Men and Spider-Man. Adopted the Stan Lee “Soapbox” editorial in Marvel comic books as “Cup o’ Joe.” Understands the history of where things came from and where they should head.

Bob Layton – Comic industry experience; 1974 – present. 44+ years within the industry. During tenure at Valiant Comics, co-created/revamped the entire company. As Editor-In-Chief and then Vice President for Valiant Comics, company for 65 million dollars. In 1978, changed the bloodline for the Marvel character Tony Stark/Iron Man forever. Like McFarlane with Spider-Man, Layton is to Iron Man.

Trending Pop Culture On Instagram

Frank Miller – Comic industry experience; 1978 – present. Responsible for the reshaping of several characters within the comic book industry. Batman in 1986, Daredevil in 1980, Wolverine in 1982, plus others. Created comics that became film; Sin City and 300. Nominated/Winner of at least 11+ Will Eisner awards.

Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda Conner – Comic industry experience; 1987/1988 – present. We have the first of two power couples. Mr. Palmiotti, co-created Event Comics publishing (w/Joe Quesada). Co-created (w/Joe Quesada) the Marvel Knights imprint for Marvel Comics. An extensive writing/inker credit catalog from the Punisher video game to Superman comics. Created Painkiller Jane. Most notable recent work on Harley Quinn. Once again. McFarlane/Spider-Man, Miller/Batman, Palmiotti & Conner/Harley Quinn. His wife; Amanda Conner is also responsible for the Harley Quinn character fans know and love today. Amanda worked alongside writing powerhouses such as Warren Ellis, Grant Morrison and Mark Millar on a Vampirella run for Harris Comics. Has penciled a wide range of characters from Batman, Black Panther, Power Girl, Supergirl, X-Men and others. The power couple are a tremendous draw at any comic convention today. They are currently under their own company umbrella; Paperfilms.. 

Trending Pop Culture On Facebook

Gail Simone – Comic industry experience; 2000 – present. Only 18 years within the industry and Gail Simone’s impact writing ability and presence has made its delible mark. Worked for Bongo entertainment (Simpson’s) in 2000 and made her way to Deadpool in 2002. That’s a leap! Gail has not stopped since. Making the Birds of Prey team her own. As the same with Wonder Woman, Batgirl, Red Sonja and currently with Domino. The consummate professional and huge draw at comic conventions, Gail is legend status in the making.

Rob Liefeld – Comic industry experience; 1987 – present. The only creator that comes close to Stan Lee on this list as far as the “ultimate marketer”. Why is this you may ask? How about being the hottest comic creator on planet earth in the early 90’s and doing a 30 second Levi’s jeans commercial in 1991 with your comic art displayed throughout. Not one comic creator has done this in modern-day. Not one. It needs to be done again. It would give the comic industry a kick in the….um…pants? Co-creator of Deadpool, Cable and may other character. Co-founder of Image Comics. Tremendous draw at comic conventions.

Jim Starlin – Comic industry experience; 1970 – present. A 48+ year resume. The creator of Marvel’s cosmic universe and of course, Thanos. Mr. Starlin was the creator responsible for making superhero’s even “more” human with “The Death of Captain Marvel” graphic novel for Marvel Comics. His historic Batman run included the storyline “A Death in The Family”. Killing off Robin (Jason Todd) in a first ever fan voting system to vote YEA or NAY to kill off Robin. Robin lost. Created Dreadstar, which rumors have surfaced of a possible movie or reboot of the comic.

Trending Pop Culture On Twitter

Robert Kirkman – Comic industry experience; 2000 – present. Created Invincible in 2003 for Image Comics Would stay on this title for the duration of its run until the final issue published in 2017; Invincible #133. In the same year Invincible was created, he co-creator/premiered the Walking Dead. Robert still writes this comic today, almost 200 issues later. Walking Dead AMC television series was and still is the biggest draw for that station. Created a subsidiarity company/imprint of Image Comics; Skybound Entertainment in 2010. A major force in the industry, Robert will continue to create and wow fans before all is said and done.

Geoff Johns – Comic industry experience; 1999 – present. Brought DC Comics heroes and fans to their knees during his Infinite Crisis storyline. Geoff has reinvented two key characters for DC Comics. So much so, they are forever changed within the creativity of others that have followed. Green Lantern and Flash are two may focal points within Geoff’s creative career. Became CCO of DC in 2010 and then President/Chief Creative Officer of DC Entertainment in 2016. He left this position in 2018 and began his own production company, Mad Ghost Productions to focus on DC Comics characters to film.

Erik Larsen – Comic industry experience; 1982 – present. Co-founder of Image Comics. A revered Spider-Man artist. Responsible for the Venom tongue! The creator of Savage Dragon which began its run in 1992. The title continues today with its loyal and new readers every month. Savage Dragon #240 is the current issue. He writes and pencils each issue.

Jim Lee – Comic industry experience; 1986 – present. Co-founder of Image Comics. Revered Batman, Superman and X-Men artist. Artist of X-Men #1 in 1991, became the biggest selling comic book of all time. In 2010, Jim became Co-Publisher of DC Comics.

John Romita – Comic industry experience; 1951 – present. Mr. Romita’s work continues to be republished as various revamped variant covers may pop up from time to time as well. John had creative input into molding characters such as Punisher, Wolverine Brother VooDoo and many others. Proceeded the great Steve Ditko on his Spider-Man run. John Romita developed a Spider-Man style of his own as comic fans instantly recognize the Romita Sr. Spidey.

Walt and Louise Simonson – Comic industry experience; 1973/1979 – present. The second power couple to hit the list. Between this lovely pair, 45- and 39-years’ experience. Walt Simonson falls in line with a creator that’s had a profound affect on a comic character. In his case, Thor. Creator of Beta Ray Bill. The one big difference between Walt and the others who have changed the course of a character is his historic run on Thor has gone unmatched till this day for that character. Louise is the perfect antidote to Walt’s talent. Meeting them both at a convention, you’ll walk away with a feeling of passion for their craft. Mrs. Simonson has written stories for Spider-Man, Superman, X-Men, Wonder Woman and many others. Created Power Pack in 1984 along with June Brigman.

Trending Pop Culture On YouTube

Mark Millar – Comic industry experience; 1989 – present. Broke into DC Comics co-writing Swamp Thing with Grant Morrison. Millar’s biggest books include, The Authority, Ultimate X-Men, Ultimate Avengers, among others. 2004 began his own creator-owned company; MillarWorld. Co-creator of Kick-Ass and Wanted, which spawned three successful films. Netflix bought MillarWorld in 2017.

Scott Snyder – Comic industry experience; 2009 – present. This New Year’s Day baby has made his indelible mark in a shorter time than most on this list. Best known for the incredible work on the New 52 Batman series along with Greg Capullo. Some say this is the best Batman work since Miller’s Dark Knight Returns. Scott continues to be an ambassador within the industry at comic conventions. Fans demand his presence and Scott provides their needs by offering up insightful panels. This man is well on his way to something much bigger in this industry.

Dan Didio – Comic industry experience; 1990 – present. With critics constantly surrounding Mr. Didio, he perseveres and pays no mind to the negative noise (as anyone should). His 18-year tenure thus far has brought Mr. Didio to the front offices of DC Comics. He is currently the Senior VP/Excutive Editor/Co-Pubisher. Dan still enjoys the writing aspect of comics and refuses to relinquish any part of it. Thank goodness, because fans love his work. An infectious personality during his panels makes for an audience that pays attention to every word he speaks.

Bill Sienkiewicz – Comic industry experience; 1979 – present. The only candidate with two Emmy nominations to his credit. Best known for his abstract style art most of the time, his Moon Knight and Batman work garner a lot of attention, as does his New Mutants run. A professional and professor of his craft. Extreme knowledge of the industry. Visit him at his booth at a show, talk to him, look over his body of work and you’ll understand why this man is revered.

Neal Adams – Comic industry experience; 1960 – present. A 58+ year man here. Career highlights include, but not limited to, Batman, Green Lantern, Deadman and Superman. Countless classic covers, probably the most out of anyone on this list. Knows the business inside and out.

Trending Pop Culture On Pinterest

George Perez – Comic industry experience; 1974 – present. Mr. Perez is beloved in the comic convention circuit. His “jam art” is the best in the business. Only George can fit 45 or more characters on a cover. His accolades are extensive, but to name a few, Teen Titans, Avengers, Wonder Woman, JLA, Superman and on and on. Played a part in the Infinity Gauntlet series for Marvel that seems to be so popular these days (wink-wink). Also contributed to storylines “A Lonely Place of Dying” in Batman and “The Judas Contract” in Tales of Teen Titans, in which he introduced the new Nightwing. Drew Firestorm’s first appearance. Deathstroke too. On and on…

Neil Gaiman – Comic industry experience; 1986 – present. In 1989, Neil brought a special sort of comic never seen before in the history of comics. Sandman #1 was the ebb of adult comic reading. Children were not invited to this party. Neil brings a stark contrast to the comic industry that lacks so much depth to his storytelling style, that only Mr. Gaiman can deliver. He essentially created a style unlike anything readers have ever seen before. Vaughn, Moore and others have done this too.

Jim Shooter – Comic industry experience; 1966 – present. In 1984 Jim wrote the epic Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars. Twelve issues of history there. One of the most prolific/outspoken Marvel EIC’s ever. His first published comic was at the age of 15 with DC Comics. Was also the EIC at Valiant Comics after his Marvel tenure.

Grant Morrison – Comic industry experience; 1978 – present. Mr. Morrison’s credits include Batman, JLA, The Invisibles, Superman and others. His Animal Man and Batman stories strike a chord in many comic book fans as some of the best written stories of all time.

Brian Michael Bendis – Comic industry experience; 1990 – present. Created a legitimate NEW Spider-Man in Miles Morales. Wrote House of M, Secret Invasion, Siege and Age of Ultron, just to name a few. Has his creative juices in animation and many other entertainment outlets.

Did I miss someone? Who do you think it should be? Or is Bill Maher right??

Stan Lee Tribute – Jason Katz – 11 yrs old

Top 5 Trending Comics #190

Every week before new comic book day, Trending Pop Culture provides the fans with the Top 5 Trending Comics arriving on new comic book day .
New Comics and items arriving 11/21/18. Trending Comics and More #553

Click on the RED links, Images/comic cover to buy/bid from All available sellers on Ebay


Web of Venom Carnage Born #1 – New Venom comic from writer Donny Cates. What is there not to love here? Art by Danilo Beyruth.
Infinity Wars Ghost Panther #1 – New Marvel mash-up. That demon black panther thing Ghost Rider is riding is ultra cool too. Writer Jed MacKay and artist Jefte Palo.
Middlewest #1 – Fan fav Skottie Young scribes a new comic from Image Comics this Wednesday. Starting to sell quick. Artist Jorge Corona.
Conspiracy #1 – New Zenescope Entertainment comic is sold out.
Archie #700 Archie Comics hits a milestone. There are plenty of variants to choose from. Writer Nick Spencer, artists Marguerite Sauvage.

Click on the RED links, Images/comic cover to buy/bid from All available sellers on Ebay

Here are the rest of the trending comics and items headed your way this Wednesday from Trending Comics and More #553
Spider-Force #2
Spider-Man Enter The Spider-Verse #1
Tony Stark Iron Man #6
Teen Titans #24
Rick And Morty Presents Pickle Rick #1
Smooth Criminals #1
Harley Quinn Red White And Black Statue By Michael Turner – DC Collectibles
Batman Black & White Series The Batman Who Laughs Mini Statue By Greg Capullo – DC Collectibles
Kong Skull Island Kong Soft Vinyl Statue Deluxe Edition – Star Ace Toys Limited
Star Wars Episode V The Empire Strikes Back EAA-020 Boba Fett Previews Exclusive Action Figure – Beast Kingdom
DC Artists Alley Designer Vinyl Figure By Sho Murase – Harley Quinn Color Version – DC Collectibles
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Legacy Head Morph Action Figure Assortment F Blue Ranger – Bandai America

Click on the RED links, Images/comic cover to buy/bid from All available sellers on Ebay

Secure your legacy.
Carpe Diem.
Jay Katz

Best Covers NEW Comics 11/21/18

New comic book release day 11/21/18. New comic releases are subject to change.
These are our favorite comic covers from the new arrivals this week. Shown below are the comic book covers with the cover artist.
Always remember, all of these new comics are just as awesome in the inside as they are on the outside. What are your favorite covers this week?
NOTE: This site is BEST VIEWED on Google Chrome.
Click on the Comic Cover to buy/bid from ALL sellers on Ebay

 

Click on the Comic Cover to buy/bid from ALL sellers on Ebay

Click on the Comic Cover to buy/bid from ALL sellers on Ebay

Click on the Comic Cover to buy/bid from ALL sellers on Ebay

Click on the Comic Cover to buy/bid from ALL sellers on Ebay

Secure Your Legacy.
Carpe Diem.
Jay Katz

Trending Comics & More #553

Here are this week’s top trending comic books and new items headed your way this Wednesday 11-21-18
This site is BEST VIEWED on Google Chrome.
Click on the RED links, Images or the comic cover to buy/bid from All available sellers on Ebay
Please note: New comic book releases and all items are subject to change

With the soon to be released Spider-Verse movie, each week comic fans are being barraged with new Spider-Man/Spider-Verse/Alternate universe stuff. And as each week comes and goes, we’re left with a new spider character somewhere. This isn’t a bad thing at all, but it’s a bit hard to keep up with all the newbie’s. So, this week, keep an eye out in Spider-Force #2 and Spider-Man Enter The Spider-Verse #1 (writer Ralph Macchio and artist Flaviano). Along with those spider books comes Web of Carnage Born #1. The odds of a new character spawning out of this comic are probable. Not a guarantee, but the way things have been going as of late, it’s probable.
The Marvel mash-ups continue this week. This week fans will get Infinity Wars Ghost Panther #1. That’s Ghost Rider and Black Panther as one. Okay. This mash-up is brought to us by writer Jed MacKay and artist Jefte Palo.
Tony Stark Iron Man #6 introduces the new Arsenal.
Teen Titans #24 informs readers about the mysterious villain known as “The Other”. Looks like they’re all having a tough time on that cover too.

Ghost Panther #1

Web of Carnage #1

Enter Spider-Verse #1

Spider-Force #2

Click on the RED links, Images/comic cover to buy/bid from All available sellers on Ebay

Trending Pop Culture Indie Hot Picks; Some Indie comics (small press) do not always show up on Ebay right way. Please check back on a regular basis, some of the smaller print indie books usually list after new comic book release day or a few days after.
Archie reaches a milestone this Wednesday with much fanfare. A ton of variant covers will accompany the release of Archie #700. Some of the beautiful covers will find their way to the Trending Pop Culture Best Covers of The Week post. Writer Nick Spencer, artists Marguerite Sauvage.
Fan favorite, Skottie Young writes a new story; Middlewest #1 (Image Comics). Artist Jorge Corona.
Rick And Morty Presents Pickle Rick #1 (Oni Press); Delilah Dawson, CJ Cannon and Nick Filardi.
Conspiracy #1 (Zenescope Entertainment); Hans Rodionoff.
Smooth Criminals #1 (Boom Studios); Kurt Lustgarten, Kiwi Smith and Leisha Riddel.

Archie #700

Teen Titans #24

Tony Stark #6

Conspiracy #1

Click on the RED links, Images/comic cover to buy/bid from All available sellers on Ebay

Batman Who Laughs

Harley Quinn Michael Turner

Harley Quinn

Boba Fett

Click on the RED links, Images/comic cover to buy/bid from All available sellers on Ebay

Trending items arriving this Wednesday. Most are sold out. Click on the RED links or the image to buy/bid on these hot items via eBay from ALL available sellers.
Harley Quinn Red White And Black Statue By Michael TurnerDC Collectibles
Batman Black & White Series The Batman Who Laughs Mini Statue By Greg CapulloDC Collectibles
Kong Skull Island Kong Soft Vinyl Statue Deluxe EditionStar Ace Toys Limited
Star Wars Episode V The Empire Strikes Back EAA-020 Boba Fett Previews Exclusive Action Figure – Beast Kingdom
DC Artists Alley Designer Vinyl Figure By Sho MuraseHarley Quinn Color VersionDC Collectibles
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Legacy Head Morph Action Figure Assortment F Blue RangerBandai America

Kong

Power Rangers

Middlewest #1

Pickle Rick #1

Smooth Criminals #1

 

Secure your legacy.
Carpe Diem.
Jay Katz

The Front Runner

Welcome to the Trending Pop Culture movie reviews. We saw The Front Runner, arriving in theaters November 21 2018.

The Front Runner  R (Biography/Drama) – Bron Studios
Director – Jason Reitman – Up In The Air, Juno, Thank You for Smoking, plus more
Writer – Matt Bai and Jay Carson.  
Starring – Hugh JackmanVera FarmigaJ.K. Simmons.

Official Trailer:

What is it about? American Senator Gary Hart’s presidential campaign in 1988 is derailed when he’s caught in a scandalous love affair.

Review: Any adult that lived within this tremulous political time during the year of 1988, remembers the uneasy anguish of watching a politician fall from grace the way Gary Hart did. On top of the world, essentially being dubbed as the next United States president before the race even started. He was so far ahead of the pack, that most felt this could be the biggest landslide in the history of a presidential race. That’s how far ahead he was. Now, as a reviewer that actually did in fact live through this scandal, at the precious age of 18, I can say, it was exciting to watch this unfold in real time. Being an adult now, it seems more uneasy, only because you realize how many people are getting hurt during the process of this man’s downfall. This movie made me relive this moment in time all over again. It hurts more now than it did back in 88. The pain Lee Hart must have endured (Gary’s wife), played brilliantly by Vera Farmiga, was felt by most in the audience. J.K. Simmons plays campaign manager Bill Dixon on a level only Mr. Simmons can do. Does this man ever have an off day? Absolute highlight of this film. Hugh Jackman (Gary Hart) was a meek shadow of himself compared to the ‘brawnier’ roles he’s starred in. A showing of guilt, fear and anger. However, he did have a love for his country. Blinded by the fact that “private lives” in politics were to change in a dramatic way in 1988. One huge takeaway from this film, it was the beginning of the end of politics as we know it today. Politicians were now going to be graded on their moral compass a bit more. Their private lives were now fair game, even more so. Gary Hart was stuck in a time machine thinking Americans didn’t or wouldn’t care about his “alleged” affair with Donna Rice. Sara Paxton as Donna Rice, almost portrayed as a victim in certain points of the movie. At times the audience was in tune too with Ms. Rice, understanding her conflict. Whichever side you stood on, the director wanted to make sure we understood that there was another person involved within this scandal. Their life ruined. Many were left feeling a bit empty with Donna Rice. It wasn’t convincing enough to ensure the viewers care enough about her. It fell a bit short, as did this film, for the older audience. The predictability was off the charts here. Watching and waiting for each scene to unfold, but realizing you may have lived this story already (which they have). For the older audience this holds very true, for the younger audience, this may be a new story to them. A history lesson or sorts. The movie comes out during a different era in politics. It seems as though the purposeful timing of release is trying to send a message. Whether the audience understands the message or not, well that will probably all depend on which side of the aisle you stand on. But, one thing we can all agree on and that is the political landscape seriously entered into the entertainment arena in 1988.                  
Sound: Score kept revisiting a “clapping” chime. At times went on too long.

TPC Rating – 3 Arrows up from Trending Pop Culture.

Secure your legacy.
Carpe Diem.
Jay Katz

Top 5 Trending Comics #189

Every week before new comic book day, Trending Pop Culture provides the fans with the Top 5 Trending Comics arriving on new comic book day .
New Comics and items arriving 11/14/18. Trending Comics and More #552

Wonder Woman #58 – Writer G. Willow Wilson returns to DC Comics and this comic is sold out. Just like that. Cary Nord art.
Avengers #700 – The first appearance of the new Red Widow. Jason Aaron and David Marquez.
The Black Order #1 – Almost all sold out. Headed to a second print before Wednesday. Writer Derek Landy and artist Phillip Tan.
Daredevil #611 – A “mysterious new villain” enter Hell’s Kitchen and this comic is sold out.
Electric Warriors #1 – New character “War Cry” dons Superman’s cape from the ruins of Earth. Writer Steve Orlando and artist Travel Foreman.

Click on the RED links, Images/comic cover to buy/bid from All available sellers on Ebay

Here are the rest of the trending comics and items headed your way this Wednesday from Trending Comics and More #552
Venom #8
Spider-Man/Deadpool #41
Vault of Spiders #2
Cosmic Ghost Rider #5
Uncanny X-Men #1
Ms. Marvel #36
Infinity Wars: Infinity Warps #1
Domino #8
Superman #706 (2011)
Bloodshot Rising Spirit #1
William Gibson’s Alien 3 #1
Bitter Root #1
Life Is Strange #1

Trending items arriving this Wednesday. Most are sold out. Click on the RED links or the image to buy/bid on these hot items via eBay from ALL available sellers.

DC Batman Universe Collectors Bust #14 Dark Knight Movie Joker – Eaglemoss Publications
Destiny 2 Lord Shaxx 10-Inch Deluxe Action Figure – McFarlane Toys
God Of War Kratos Nendoroid – Good Smile Company
Marvel Comics Toon Tumblers Pint Glass – Maximum Carnage – Pop Fun Merchandising
Marvel Gallery Venom PVC Figure – Diamond Select
Savage World Friday The 13th Jason Voorhees Action Figure – Funko
Star Wars Meisho Movie Realization Kanreichi Ashigaru Snowtrooper Action Figure – Bandai Tamashii

Secure your legacy.
Carpe Diem.
Jay Katz

Best Covers NEW Comics 11-14-18

New comic book release day 11/14/18. New comic releases are subject to change.
These are our favorite comic covers from the new arrivals this week. Shown below are the comic book covers with the cover artist.
Always remember, all of these new comics are just as awesome in the inside as they are on the outside. What are your favorite covers this week?
NOTE: This site is BEST VIEWED on Google Chrome.
Click on the Comic Cover to buy/bid from ALL sellers on Ebay

Click on the Comic Cover to buy/bid from ALL sellers on Ebay

Secure Your Legacy.
Carpe Diem.
Jay Katz

Trending Comics & More #552

Here are this week’s top trending comic books and new items headed your way this Wednesday 11-14-18
This site is BEST VIEWED on Google Chrome.
Click on the RED links, Images or the comic cover to buy/bid from All available sellers on Ebay
Please note: New comic book releases and all items are subject to change

Ms Marvel

Marvel has plans for Venom next summer and they reveal it regarding this week’s Venom #8 release. Their solicit says to pick up this comic if you’d like to see the beginning’s of the Venom event starting up in the summer of 2019. So, grab any clue you can, because the event or whatever Marvel has in store will be teased here. Writer Donny Cates and artist Iban Coello.
Speaking of “events”, Spider-Man/Deadpool #41 hyped as “the comic book event of the year.” Not sure what this even means, but it sounds important. Even if it is a Spider-Man/Deadpool comic.
The Vault of Spiders #2 will introduce another new spider character. This time it’s a Spider-Powered Captain Stacy. Seems like everyone is becoming a spider these days. There are so many new Spider-Man related characters coming out these days, it’s hard to keep with anymore.
Everyone’s favorite flaming skull character will call it a series with Cosmic Ghost Rider #5. This final issue promises a lot. Including deaths and a few surprises.
No more Fox Studios feud equals, the Uncanny X-Men are back. After a long absence within the Marvel Universe, the fan favorite X title is back. Uncanny X-Men #1. It’ll arrive with a plethora of variant covers. The creative team; Ed Brisson, Kelly Thompson, Matthew Rosenberg, Mahmud A. Asrar, Mark Bagley and Mirko Colak.

Avengers #700

Cosmic GR #5

Black Order #1

Vault of Spiders #2

Uncanny X-Men #1

Click on the RED links, Images/comic cover to buy/bid from All available sellers on Ebay

Ms. Marvel begins a new way in Ms. Marvel #36. Writer G. Willow Wilson has brought week in and week out. Begin anew with this fabulous writer right here. More on G. Willow Wilson in a few….
The slick marketing department at Marvel Comics will show its cards this Wednesday with Infinity Wars: Infinity Warps #1. You see, the solicit and the claims on this comic make it sound very goofy. Introducing all sorts of crazy mash-ups; Mister Invisible, Moon Squirrel, Hot Rocks and many others. This comic is a “feeler”. See if one of these characters produce a high demand and just like that, one has a new hot character to toy with. So, pick your favorite and blitz media about it. You never know. Writers; Jim Zub, Ryan North and Mariko Tamaki. Artists Ozgur Yildrim and Natacha Bustos.
There is a new Red Widow arriving in Avengers #700.
Daredevil #611 sees a “mysterious new villain” enter Hell’s Kitchen.
Morbius The Living Vampire finds his way into Domino #8. Gail Simone writes. David Baldeon pencils.
The Black Order #1 comic is showing signs of a sell-out. Look for this dark comic to trend throughout your feed. Writer Derek Landy and artist Phillip Tan.

Daredevil #611

Domino #8

Infinity Warps #1

Venom #8

Wonder Woman #58

Click on the RED links, Images/comic cover to buy/bid from All available sellers on Ebay

Bloodshot

Writer G. Willow Wilson finds her way back to DC Comics. Last seen in 2011’s Superman #706. This Wednesday the Ms. Marvel writer will begin her run with artist Cary Nord in Wonder Woman #58.
DC Comics will introduce a new team in Electric Warriors #1. One of the more interesting things about this story will be the character War Cry. From the ruins of earth, he wears the red cape of none other than that of Superman. Writer Steve Orlando and artist Travel Foreman.

Trending Pop Culture Indie Hot Picks; Some Indie comics (small press) do not always show up on Ebay right way. Please check back on a regular basis, some of the smaller print indie books usually list after new comic book release day or a few days after.
While filming continues in South Africa in Van Diesel and crew, Bloodshot will begin a new series here in the states; Bloodshot Rising Spirit #1 (Valiant Entertainment). Kevin Grevious, Zac Thompson, Lonnie Nadler and Ken Lashley.
William Gibson’s Alien 3 #1; Dark Horse Comics. Jonnie Christmas, William Gibson and Tamara Bonvillain.
Bitter Root #1; Image Comics. Chuck Brown, David Walker and Sanford Greene.
Life Is Strange #1; Titan Comics. Emma Vieceli and Claudia Leonardi.

Superman #706

Electric Warriors #1

Life Is Strange #1

Bitter Root #1

Aliens 3 #1

Click on the RED links, Images/comic cover to buy/bid from All available sellers on Ebay

Lord Shaxx

God Of War

Trending items arriving this Wednesday. Most are sold out. Click on the RED links or the image to buy/bid on these hot items via eBay from ALL available sellers.
DC Batman Universe Collectors Bust #14 Dark Knight Movie JokerEaglemoss Publications
Destiny 2 Lord Shaxx 10-Inch Deluxe Action FigureMcFarlane Toys
God Of War Kratos Nendoroid Good Smile Company
Marvel Comics Toon Tumblers Pint Glass – Maximum Carnage – Pop Fun Merchandising
Marvel Gallery Venom PVC FigureDiamond Select
Savage World Friday The 13th Jason Voorhees Action FigureFunko
Star Wars Meisho Movie Realization Kanreichi Ashigaru Snowtrooper Action Figure – Bandai Tamashii

Joker

Glass Tumbler

Venom

Jason

Star Wars

Secure your legacy.
Carpe Diem.
Jay Katz

 

Second Act

Welcome to the Trending Pop Culture movie reviews. We saw Second Act, arriving in theaters December 21 2018.

Second Act PG-13 (Comedy/Romance) – STX Entertainment
DirectorPeter Segal – Naked Gun 33 1/3, Tommy Boy, Nutty Professor II, Anger Management, plus more
WriterJustin Zackham – The Bucket List, Boys Don’t Cry, The Big Wedding, One Chance, plus more.
StarringJennifer Lopez, Vanessa Hudgens, Leah Remini, Annaleigh Ashford, Freddie Stroma, Dan Bucatinsky, Milo Ventimigiglia, Treat Williams, Larry Miller.

Official Trailer:

What is it about? Jennifer Lopez stars as Maya, a 40-year-old woman struggling with frustrations from unfulfilled dreams. Until, that is, she gets the chance to prove to Madison Avenue that street smarts are as valuable as book smarts, and that it is never too late for a Second Act.
Review: Jennifer Lopez and Leah Rimini play their parts as buddies to perfection. A sometimes laugh out loud movie with a lot of pulling on the heartstrings as well. The other cast members pull in together nicely as the entire ensemble make for a well spent 104 minutes. One can easily tell this cast had fun making this film. There’s a certain visible glow upon all the faces of the actors and actresses as the movie moves along.
The story itself shifts at a good pace. Although a few plot lines going on at one time, it never felt rushed. The one surprise twist had some audience members gasp a bit. It was very unexpected and welcomed. By the middle of the film we understand much of our main characters issue with herself. We feel the anguish and are very easily emphatic to her feelings. The ending wraps things up in a nice bow.  This reviewer can say, I actually cared for these people. That’s what the movie was supposed to achieve. Learn the balances in life without being preached to about how to do it. Be entertained while watching and not feel as though there was some motive behind the message. Looking forward to the next offering from writer Justin Zackham and director Peter Segal.
Sound: Several oldies radio music, some modern music and a Salt and Pepa song!

TPC Rating 3 ½ Arrows up from Trending Pop Culture.

Secure your legacy.
Carpe Diem.
Jay Katz

Top 5 Trending Comics #188

Every week before new comic book day, Trending Pop Culture provides the fans with the Top 5 Trending Comics arriving on new comic book day .
New Comics and items arriving 11/7/18. Trending Comics and More #551

Marvel Knights 20th Anniversary #1 – The very hot commodity that started up in the late 90’s is back. Writer Donny Cates and artist Travel Foreman.
Green Lantern #1 – A relaunch with legendary writer Grant Morrison at the helm. Yes please. With artist Liam Sharp.
Punchline #1 – This hot comic is sold out on the distributor level. Antarctic Press; creators Bill Williams and Matthew Weldon.
Outer Darkness #1 – (Image Comics) – Creators John Layman (Chew) and Afu Chan.
Deathstroke #37 – The Francesco Mattina variant has caught the eye of many collectors and is now sold out.

Click on the RED links, Images/comic cover to buy/bid from All available sellers on Ebay

Here are the rest of the trending comics and items headed your way this Wednesday from Trending Comics and More #551

Marvel Knights Sketchbook (1998)
Typhoid Fever X-Men #1
Infinity Wars #5
Daredevil #254 (1988)
Marvel Super Hero Adventures Captain Marvel #1 Mealtime Mayhem
Doctor Who The Thirteenth Doctor #1
Empty Man #1

Trending items arriving this Wednesday. Most are sold out. Click on the RED links or the image to buy/bid on these hot items via eBay from ALL available sellers.

5 Star Horror – Jason Voorhees – Funko
Nightmare On Elm Street 4 Dream Master Freddy Krueger ARTFX Statue – Kotobukiya
DC Superfriends Best Of Heroes Action Figure – Superman – Figures Toy Co.
DC Superfriends Best Of Heroes Action Figure – Wonder Woman – Figures Toy Co.

Jason

Superman

Wonder Woman

Freddy

Secure your legacy.
Carpe Diem.
Jay Katz

Best Covers NEW Comics 11-7-18

New comic book release day 11/7/18. New comic releases are subject to change.
These are our favorite comic covers from the new arrivals this week. Shown below are the comic book covers with the cover artist.
Always remember, all of these new comics are just as awesome in the inside as they are on the outside. What are your favorite covers this week?
NOTE: This site is BEST VIEWED on Google Chrome.
Click on the Comic Cover to buy/bid from ALL sellers on Ebay

Click on the Comic Cover to buy/bid from ALL sellers on Ebay

Click on the Comic Cover to buy/bid from ALL sellers on Ebay

Click on the Comic Cover to buy/bid from ALL sellers on Ebay

Secure Your Legacy.
Carpe Diem.
Jay Katz

Trending Comics & More #551

Here are this week’s top trending comic books and new items headed your way this Wednesday 11-7-18
This site is BEST VIEWED on Google Chrome.
Click on the RED links, Images or the comic cover to buy/bid from All available sellers on Ebay
Please note: New comic book releases and all items are subject to change

20 years ago – Marvel outsourced to the Event Comics publisher back in 1998, owned by Joe Quesada and Jimmy Palmiotti at the time, to create ‘new’ content for Marvel. Marvel Comics had already filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy at the time and realized Event Comics’ were having success in distributing interesting content (selling comics), Joe and Jimmy were doing something right. They summoned for their help. Thus the “Marvel Knights” imprint was born in 1998. What did ever become of Joe and Jimmy? Hope they found their way…….
Modern day – so, with that extremely brief synopsis, Marvel Knights will be making a comeback this Wednesday. It’s been 20 years since its debut and fans will get treated once again to the exciting alternate Marvel superhero world; Marvel Knights 20th Anniversary #1. HOT writer Donny Cates and artist Travel Foreman. The original debut of Marvel Knights back in 1998 was a bevy of super-talent within the industry. Names like Bernie Wrightson, Jae Lee, Mark Texeira, Kevin Smith, Paul Jenkins, among many more. Marvel Knights Sketchbook (1998) was the first look at this new universe and fans loved it. It was the beginning of the resurrection for Marvel Comics. Thanks to Quesada and Palmiotti. These two guys, along with their creative teams, deserve much of the credit for resuscitating a company and an industry with a much needed breathe of fresh air. Thanks guys!

Marvel Knights 20th

Marvel Knights 1998

Daredevil #254

Infinity Wars #5

Typhoid Fever #1

Click on the RED links, Images/comic cover to buy/bid from All available sellers on Ebay

Loki introduces his new team in full force; Infinity Wars #5. Meet “Loki’s Cosmic Avengers.” What, no Cosmic Ghost Rider? Do you hear the fanboys screaming yet?
Typhoid Fever X-Men #1 features the awesome villain Typhoid Mary. Back in springtime of 2008, our old site InvestComics was slaying it (as usual) and recommended Daredevil #254 (1988). This comic is the first appearance of Typhoid Mary. At the time was found in the one-dollar boxes. Maybe even in some 50 cent boxes. A CGC 9.8 sold for $349+ a couple of weeks ago. Yeah-yeah, InvestComics was the innovator.
Never too early for turkey! Or the longest comic book title of the week! Marvel Super Hero Adventures Captain Marvel #1 Mealtime Mayhem. That’s a mouthful. Writer Seanan McGuire and artist Mario del Pennino.
Superstar writer Grant Morrison begins the dubious task of igniting a much-needed spark for the Green Lantern character with a relaunch; Green Lantern #1. Artist Liam Sharp joins this party. Look for this comic to trend as Grant and Liam start GL on a new journey.

Punchline #1

Green Lantern #1

Outer Darkness #1

Doctor Who 13th #1

Empty Man #1

Click on the RED links, Images/comic cover to buy/bid from All available sellers on Ebay

Trending Pop Culture Indie Hot Picks; Some Indie comics (small press) do not always show up on Ebay right way. Please check back on a regular basis, some of the smaller print indie books usually list after new comic book release day or a few days after.
Antarctic Press has a very big hit on their hands. A sold-out Punchline #1. Writer Bill Williams and artist Matthew Weldon.
The thirteenth doctor gets her own comic. Doctor Who The Thirteenth Doctor #1 from Titan Comics. Along with the release comes 13 variant covers. One of our favorites, Babs Tarr (pictured in this article). Writer Jody Houser with artists Enrica Eren Angiolini and Rachael Stott bring number thirteen to life in the funny books.
Outer Darkness #1 (Image Comics) from writer John Layman (Chew) and artist Afu Chan.
Writer Cullen Bunn, with artist Jesus Hervas; Empty Man #1 (Boom Studios).

Jason

Superman

Wonder Woman

Freddy

Trending items arriving this Wednesday. Most are sold out. Click on the RED links or the image to buy/bid on these hot items via eBay from ALL available sellers.
5 Star Horror – Jason VoorheesFunko
Nightmare On Elm Street 4 Dream Master Freddy Krueger ARTFX Statue Kotobukiya
DC Superfriends Best Of Heroes Action Figure – SupermanFigures Toy Co.
DC Superfriends Best Of Heroes Action Figure – Wonder WomanFigures Toy Co.

Secure your legacy.
Carpe Diem.
Jay Katz