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WHICH WILL BE THE BEST REBOOTcomic book flick? Okay, everyone knows that Spawn and Hellboy are being rebooted. It's Spawn and Hellboy franchise 2.0, and we have waited quite a while for both.

Hellboy is casting and Spawn has been greenlit and I think casting is probably beginning. Another reboot that's on the mill is CROW, and word is that it is starting PRE PRODUCTION! Jason Mamoa has been cast as Eric Draven.

Who is going to be the BIGGER BOX OFFICE SUCCESS and has the most heat? It's the battle of the comic reboot flicks. Ding! Ding!

1. SPAWN?
2. HELLBOY?
3. CROW?

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The Crow

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Holy Moly! Key Issue Galore! Good God! $21K....NOT MINE, but wish it was...

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Just a reminder that Punisher is ready for streaming on Netflix, me fellow comic fans. It's either going to be one AWESOME weekend or one big disappointment and having to hear for the umpteenth time that Dolph Lundgren Punisher is still the best adaptation.
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A fun poll to see what you guys think will be the new break out show or the most popular on the Marvel side of things concerning some lesser known comic characters. I mean lesser known as in known to non-comic fans.

Okay, we all know Punisher interest is high, so this poll will not include any of the established Marvel shows like Punisher or any of the Netflix Marvel stuff.

We are talking about the new kids or the questionable shows that are coming out soon. So up are these options (once again Marvel questionables):

1. Cloak and Dagger
2. Damage Control
3. New Warriors
4. Runaways

Which do you think will be the biggest hit show?
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First leak from Tracy Comic Show! Me and +Kevin Erickson have talked about this one for a while and it's still crazy over-looked. However, the Year One story is extremely influential on the character of Batman. C'mon, it's Frank Miller after all.

Guy brought Batman back to a dark and gritty place in comics. The Year One story line also changed the characters of...

James Gordon - It tells his origin of when he first transfers to the Gotham City Police Department. Therefore, it tells how him and Batman first meet and strike up a friendship.

Barbara Gordon - James Gordon's wife. Not that Babs Gordon as in Batgirl. Character was used in Chris Nolan's Dark Knight trilogy.

Babs Gordon - Yes, this character known as Batgirl. She is the adopted niece of James Gordon in this Post-Crisis reboot. Furthermore, because of the dark and gritty influence that Miller brought back, Babs tenure as Batgirl did not fit in according to creatives. This brought upon Alan Moore's The Killing Joke in which we all know Babs was paralyzed. What did that evolve into? It reinvented Babs as the character Oracle.

Selina Kyle - While Selina is first introduced in New-Earth continuity as a prostitute, it was later changed that this was just a cover so she could thieve. However, her more gritty beginning with this very comic did stick. In fact, the EAST END of Gotham where she is from and operates in debuted in this very issue.

1st appearance of Holly Robinson - Long time supporting Catwoman character. Holly did take up the mantle of Catwoman in Catwoman #53 volume 3. Yes, that comic is an Adam Hughes cover and HARDLY even talked about for it being Holly Robinson's first appearance as Catwoman. Selina Kyle pops out Helena Kyle as well in that issue, but not a major character in the world of Catwoman comics.

NEWSSTAND - This is the first decent newsstand copy I've seen in the wild. It's the most a VF with a press 'n clean. Not that great but not spectacular either. 2 very noticeable spine ticks that break color. Probably a bit more.

I see direct market editions all over. My ratio in the wild is now 12 to 1 (in terms of actively searching). Online is a DIFFERENT story. While there are more direct market editions on the bay, it is not difficult to snag a newsstand edition of this issue.

I've been looking for HIGH GRADE CGC Newsstand copies and they pop up every now and then on eBay but not as often as I'd like. CANADIAN EDITIONS of this issue. You can bet I'm on the hunt for a CANADIAN PRICE VARIANT of Batman #404 at what I consider a decent price (which probably means very few are willing to sell at that price).

While my goal was to thin the herd of my own collection, I ended up picking up more comics at this show.

Good seller at that show, as in at my booth? PUNISHER comics! And I mean 1987 on-going series Punisher comics which were the very comics from my collection as a kid (I have acquired higher grade duplicates over the years).

Of course, this is not all in the very least! Working on new video that will reveal all and that will drop on the tube pretty soon, and I did not get that for $12.
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With Sony's announcement of a Morbius spin-off flick, some are looking for Morbius keys to snag up. This one done not too long ago back in early of last year.

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double cover!!
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Although there is only one day where we stop and thank our service men and women for their courage in defending the ideals of our country and what it is and the hopes and dreams of what potential it can become, many of us recognize and appreciate your bravery and sacrifice every day. Thank you, +Robby Ragos and all American veterans on this day! Much respect, gratitude and love!
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Most peeps know that I rarely back a lot of Modern comics. There's always exceptions but I rarely do. I do have to say that the Runaways comic series is first and foremost an amazing series.

If the show is anywhere as good as the comics, it could be the breakout show of 2017 like Stranger Things was for 2016. I love the comic series so far, and it's such a different take on superhero comics and has a good sense of humor about it. I laughed a lot reading volume 1 and volume 2.

These comics have a very high chance of having low North American distribution, and there are more keys in the series than just the 1st issue.
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