The caped crusader has largely been ignored by AE format books. A fan-favourite era for Batman was the 70s-80s, where some of the greatest artists of that time were working on DC’s flagship character. Which one would you choose?
Taking the Artist’s Edition Index from print to the spoken word, join me monthly for a look at all things Artist’s Edition. This month we take a look at shipping changes, March 2019 Solicitations, November 2018 Sales Numbers, Out Of Print Sales November 2018, Thicker Than Blood: Collected Artwork Edition, and Neal Adams’ Thrillkill: Artist’s Edition Portfolio.
Neal Adams redefined the look of comics in the 1970s. His groundbreaking dynamic storytelling, coupled with a sense of realism that was never before seen in mainstream comics, has made Adams one of the most influential artists of the last 50 years. He was responsible for what many consider to be the definitive version of […]
In March 2017 I took a look at announced or solicited AE format books that had yet to materialize in AE MIA: Missing After Announcing. Thankfully two from last year’s list have seen publication, so there is hope! If a book is still actively scheduled through Diamond, such as Dynamite’s Best Of Vampirella Art Edition, it won’t be part of this list. As well, if a book hasn’t had any mention since the last MIA it won’t appear here, such as Carl Barks Uncle Scrooge Artifact Edition.
In 1968, Bob Kanigher and Joe Kubert launched a new kind of war book, one that showed military conflicts from the other side of the coin. Thought by many to be Kubert’s most powerful work, Enemy Ace told the story of a World War I flyer who had a keen sense of honor and deep-rooted […]