Month: February 2019

Back to the Future – 90’s edition

In 1985 when Back to the Future came out, everyone wanted to be Michael J. Fox.  He had an orange vest, an easygoing personality, a beautiful girlfriend (not his Mom), and a wicked sweet ride.  Even now, who doesn’t want a stainless-steel, DeLorean, to drive around town?  Flip those gull-wing doors up and show off […]

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Variant Cover History

The first real variant covers were found in comics used as marketing materials.  From 1945 to 1959 Buster Brown had a series of comics that had different shoe stores printed on the covers.  The cover art was the same but the store at the bottom was different.  This was printed on the cover and not […]

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