Dave is the founder and editor-in-chief of the Comic Book Herald, and also the head of assigning himself elegant titles. This will be the third consecutive year that Ice Cream Man is my favorite comic, and until another comic takes a step forward and takes the title, Ice Cream Man loses it. Ever since comics began to be a special item and not something that children would pick up for a penny from a kiosk, people have been valuing the resale potential of their comic book purchases. While the wave of comic creators at Substack is still in its infancy, Stevenson's transparent autobiography style is perfect for comics sent directly via email and, without a doubt, the highest recommendation in the Substack catalog to date.
Comic Book Herald orders and reading guides are also possible thanks to the support of readers on Patreon and generous donations from readers. With movie theaters slowly returning more and more movies to comics, movies related to comics have returned and will finally return to movie theaters this year, helping to increase demand for several backlog issues. Ultimately, one of the best ways to get into the comic book collecting game is to enter the comic book reading game. A dream issue from the third year of a comic book related to a video game set on an Earth parallel to the main DC universe is a very strange inclusion in this list, except that it demonstrates the sense that other media are driving the rise in comic book prices.
I've read a lot of comics by writer Brian Michael Bendis, and Phenomena, the new fantasy for all ages with Andrew Lima Araujo through Abrams Comics Arts, isn't what I expected. I'm a big fan of Rick Remender's work in the early 2000s, with books like Uncanny X-Force, Fear Agent and Deadly Class among some of my favorite comics of all time.