‘Justice League’ #12: DC reveals Superman’s new leading lady… and it’s a doozy — EXCLUSIVE
San Diego Comic Con 2012 Exclusive #92: BOOM! Studios Fanboys Vs. Zombies #1 Get-A-Sketch Comic Book
Price: 20.00 Production Run: 500
Available only at San Diego Comic-Con 2012, when there is no more room in Hell, the undead shall take over Comic-Con with this exclusive FANBOYS VS. ZOMBIES #1 “Get-A-Sketch” variant cover. Watch as series artist Jerry Gaylord sketches zombified version of fans to create a unique, one-of-a-kind cover just for you. Don’t miss your chance to bring home one of these brain-munching limited exclusives.
Price: 10.00 Production Run: 500
The Peanuts gang is back! Available only at San Diego Comic-Con 2012, don’t miss this rare PEANUTS #1 exclusive variant cover featuring art by Matt Whitlock. From long-time fans to first-time young readers, everyone will find something to love about Snoopy, Woodstock, Linus, Lucy, Pigpen, Schroeder and, of course, good ol’ Charlie Brown!
San Diego Comic Con 2012 Exclusives #42: Diamond Select Battle Beasts #1 Comic Book with Exclusive SDCC Cover
Battle Beasts #1 with Exclusive SDCC Cover
The first issue of IDW’s new Battle Beasts comic book mini-series is here, and SDCC will have its very own cover! Depicting heroic beasts Vorin, Merk and Gruntos about to do battle on the steps of the San Diego Convention Center, this souvenir edition will be available from Diamond Comic Distributors (Booth #2401) and Diamond Select Toys (#2607), as well as numerous retailers on the show floor.
San Diego Comic Con 2012 Exclusive #23: Quantum Mechanix Firefly Little Damn Heroes Maquette #7 – Book
Recommended by Chris Sims of Comic Alliance!
A collection of comics by the legendary creator of Scrooge McDuck, Carl Barks.
The Big Book of Carl Barks’ Barney Bear reprints these strips for the first time in color and in English, and while I’ve never heard of it before, it’s high on the list of things I want to pick up. As much as I love Barks’ work on the Duck books — and Yoe’s previous collections of “lost” classics like Dan DeCarlo’s Jetta — this one’s an easy sell.