Check out this map that breaks down more than two-dozen popular comic book superheroes and documents their origin, hideout location, and which areas of NYC they are known to protect.
Comic books are graded on a wide variety of factors including evidence of rat or mouse chews, staple rust, mothball smells, and even fingerprints. Grading also involves some unusual terms such as “cockling” and “foxing”. Here’s the inside scoop on how comic books are assessed and graded.
Words like variants, trade dress, exclusives, and virgin variants have a unique meaning in the pop culture collectible arena. For people just getting into collectibles, it can be really confusing.
Check out the table below which illustrates how the plot for each movie suggests the original movie is named incorrectly.
One of Funko’s standout features is the huge number of different figures that are available. As of this writing, here’s what Funko Pop! offers today.
We’ve all collected cards, action figures, stickers, and comic books but thus far, digital collections are a technical challenge. That may soon end. Dapper Labs introduces a digital collection technology that could become a cultural phenomenon. And they’re doing it using blockchain.
There are plenty of ways to watch Marvel movies and get an idea about how the MCU is put together. You can watch them in chronological order (the order the events in the MCU played out), by the date the movies were released, or even by popularity (as ranked by independent websites).
Popeye gained his strength by downing a can of spinach. This wasn’t always Popeye’s path to strength though. In early comic strips, Popeye became strong by rubbing a lucky chicken named Bernice the Whiffle Hen.
Danny the Street is one of the most innovative characters to come out of DC Comics. Oh, let’s just say it. Danny the Street is the most imaginative comic book character, ever.
How well do you know your Marvel superheroes? Can you name the superhero from a picture of what they looked like in their debut?