Here are some more videos with comics and coffee cups.
Honestly I wasn’t aware there was such a thing as World Book Day until I came across an excellent post of Suppaduppa666 on Instagram. David Cubero, aka Suppaduppa makes very funny photographs with action figures. And he shows a lot of great Marvel Heroes in funny situations.
Check out Alex Saviuk’s website and his instagram.
Remember the infamous Clone Saga from the 1990s? Well, it’s wasn’t as bad as you think. As a matter of fact, I’m currently reading The Complete Ben Reilly Epic Book 5 and I kinda like the adventures of Spider-Man’s clone. Even though I know what’s going to happen in the future, the comic book makers make sure I feel for the characters thanks to their excellent storytelling-skills.
Check out Batman Knight Fan op instagram.
My big plan for 2021 is quite simple: to read more back issues. I’m not a big fan of the stuff that’s currently coming out by Marvel and DC Comics, so I’ve decided to go back to the past and read a lot of back issues and old series this year.
Starting with the Incredible Hulk (see this video about that) and Superman: The Man of Steel by John Byrne.
American comic book artist Sal Buscema has drawn hundreds of comics over the years. He put the Hulk on paper for more than ten years. Buscema is my favorite Hulk artist and in this video I show why.
Check out Djeroon on Instagram where he will post a Dutch comic of Marvel, Dc Comics or Image (or something else translated) every day of the year.
The Netherlands is again in lockdown because of the pandamic. This situation will be at least until January the 19th 2021. So don’t travel to Holland or Amsterdam. And stay safe wonderful comic nerds outthere!
This is a short video about the comics I bought in December 2020. I hope you enjoy. Like en Subscribe and say ‘Hi’ to a stranger on the street today.
A Christmas tale by Peter David, Mark Beachum and Pat Redding.
From Peter Parker, the Spectacular Spider-Man 112 (coverdate: March, 1986)