KC COLUMN: PREVIEWS REVIEW FOR FEB ‘20


Wolverine #1

Wolverine #1


There are lots of new comics available for pre-order at Westfield Comics.com. KC Carlson points out some of his favorites including Wolverine #1, Amethyst #1, and Archie Meets the B-52s.

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Markley’s Fevered Brain: Then and Now


Green Lantern: The Silver Age Vol. 1

Green Lantern: The Silver Age Vol. 1


What are your favorite comics? Who are you favorite characters? Wayne Markley shares thoughts on three of his favorites; Green Lantern, Flash, and Dial H for H.E.R.O.

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New from DC


Batman #50

Batman #50


The latest and greatest from DC Comics are now available for pre-order at WestfieldComics.com. Don’t miss out on Batman #50, Superman #1, Justice League Dark #1, Catwoman #1, and more!

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Markley’s Fevered Brain: Lost and Found


Action Comics #958

Action Comics #958


Wayne Markley continues his look at DC Rebirth titles including Aquaman #1, Flash #1, Wonder Woman #1, and more! Be warned, there are some minor spoilers.

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For Your Consideration: DC’s The Flash by Mark Waid Book One


The Flash by Mark Waid Book One

The Flash by Mark Waid Book One


Mark Waid’s work on The Flash has long been a fan favorite run of the book. DC begins collecting these comics in The Flash by Mark Waid Book One! Robert Greenberger recommends this upcoming volume and speaks with Waid about The Flash as well!

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Markley’s Fevered Brain: Hey Joe!


By Wayne Markley

Dong Xoai

Over the last 60 years, Joe Kubert has been one of the steadiest, and arguably greatest, artists of all time. His work has spanned everything from Hawkman and the Flash in the 1940s to his own caveman creation Tor, (which he still revisits as recently as two years ago) to perhaps the work he is best know for, Sgt. Rock. It also includes almost every other DC war hero ever created to Tarzan in the 1970s to his most recent work, Dong Xoai. I would highly recommend all of his work and I am going to review a handful of his prodigious output in this column.

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Too Much Cool Stuff – Not Enough $$$ – February ’10


Heroic Age

by KC Carlson

This month, the big news from Marvel and DC is, respectively, The Heroic Age and Brightest Day. Most details on The Heroic Age are still CLASSIFIED, other than the fact that it will launch in May with the publication of a new Avengers #1 by Brian Michael Bendis and John Romita Jr. (No word yet on when the numbering will revert to the long-standing Avengers numbering, as most Marvel titles eventually do, but at this point, with several more-or-less interconnecting Avengers titles over the past few years, it might be just too difficult – or controversial – to calculate.)

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Fifth Degree: Mark Waid’s Flash


Flash #0

by Josh Crawley

In honor of New Avengers #61 shipping this week, I’d like to talk about Mark Waid’s first run on The Flash.

I know that seems like an odd leap to make, but I don’t want to spoil anything.

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For Your Consideration: Al Williamson’s Flash Gordon


by Robert Greenberger

Welcome to the latest regular feature here at Westfield Comics. During each order cycle, I’ll be identifying one or two collected editions that merit your attention and try to explain why reading this will be worth your time and money. Having grown up a reader and professional, I know a little something about the field and after years assembling collected editions contents, I think I know what makes for an excellent volume.

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KC’s Bookshelf: DC Comics Classic Library: The Batman Annuals Volume One


by KC Carlson

Collecting Batman Annuals #1-3 (1961-1962). DC Senior VP and Creative Director Richard Bruning calls the early DC Annuals, in his informative Afterword, “the first DC collected editions.” So this is actually a collection of collected editions. Dude, you just totally blew my mind!

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