Holy crap, this is just too cool!
Two weeks ago, according to Diamond Galleries’ Scoop, an anonymous donor gave the Library Library of Congress some very significant art:
Original Spider-Man artwork by Steve Ditko. The set of drawings for 24 pages of artwork came from Marvel Comicsâ€™ Amazing Fantasy #15, the comic book that marked the introduction of Spider-Man, in August 1962!
I don’t know about you, but I used to stare at reprints of these pages for hours on end. I love the shot of Peter Parker jumping onto the wall to avoid Flash Thompson’s car.
Just looking at this art instantly takes me back to childhood. And to think the owner could be so altruistic. It’s… well… AMAZING.
Read the full article
Links: Subscribe to Scoop
posted in Comic Book News, Pop Culture, Spider-Man |
Writer Of The Sinestro Corps War & Infinite Crisis To Join “DC Nation” panel From 4-5 pm;signing From 5:30 pm â€“ 6:30 pm, March 14-16
Wizard World Los Angeles just announced that Geoff Johns, writer of Sinestro Corps War and Infinite Crisis has been added to the already amazing line up at Wizard World L.A. Johns, who is appearing on Friday only, will join the DC Nation panel at 4 pm, and will hold a signing from 5:30 â€“ 6:30 pm.
Geoff is a Mego lover (Teen Titans, naturally!) and one of the truly COOL comic book creators working today. You won’t regret skipping work to meet him!
For a complete list of events, registration forms, guests, activities, ticket prices, and times, please visit www.wizardworld.com.
posted in Acknowledgements, Collectible Toy Shows, Comic Book News, Comic Books, World's Greatest Toys |
John Borger is a life-long comic book collector. Having recently made out his will, John has decided to donate his entire comic book collection to the University of Minnesota’s Elmer Andersen Library.
John’s wife, Judith Yates Borger, wrote a beautiful Blog about this, and it’s worth a read:
U of M Gets Major Collection â€” of Comic Books
It’s wonderful to know that this history will be preserved. Even nicer that it will be available to anyone who is interested and able to travel to Minnesota.
posted in Acknowledgements, Comic Book News |