Monthly Archives: September 2016

Back Issue #92 ships today from TwoMorrows


Back Issue #92 (84 full-color pages, $8.95) is our Bronze Age Halloween Issue covering: The Swamp Thing revival of 1982, Swamp Thing in Hollywood, Phantom Stranger team-ups, Paul Kupperberg and Mike Mignola’s Phantom Stranger miniseries, DC’s The Witching Hour, and Marvel’s Monster That Didn’t Make the Big Time—the Living Mummy. Plus: an issue-by-issue index of Marvel’s 1970s’ horror anthologies! Featuring the work of Rich Buckler, Andy Mangels, Val Mayerik, Martin Pasko, Michael Uslan, Thomas Yeates, and many more. Cover-featuring Yeates’ 2001 recreation of his 1982 cover for Saga of the Swamp Thing #14! Edited by Michael Eury.

NOTE: We are experiencing unprecedented levels of reorder activity on our magazines. Case in point: Back Issue #88, only a few months old, is already completely SOLD OUT. We can no longer guarantee copies will be available for long after initial release, so don’t wait for a convention or sale—order now!

You can view a free preview and order the Print Edition (at 15% off with a free digital edition) or Digital Edition only (just $3.95) HERE!

Eight-issue Print subscriptions are $73 US ($116 International, with free digital editions), or $31.60 for Digital Only, available HERE!

Or order the Print Edition at your local comic book shop using Diamond Order Code: JUN161840

This issue will be in stores tomorrow, and is now shipping directly from TwoMorrows.

The MLJ COMPANION (complete history of Archie Comics’ super-heroes) ships today!


The MLJ Companion documents the complete history of Archie Comics’ super-hero characters known as the “Mighty Crusaders”—The Shield, Black Hood, Steel Sterling, Hangman, Mr. Justice, The Fly, and many others. It features in-depth examinations of each era of the characters’ extensive history: The Golden Age (beginning with the Shield, the first patriotic super-hero, who pre-dated Captain America by a full year), the Silver Age (spotlighting those offbeat, campy Mighty Comics issues, and The Fly and Jaguar), the Bronze Age (with the Red Circle line, and the !mpact imprint published by DC Comics), up to the Modern Age, with its Dark Circle imprint (featuring such fan-favorites series as “The Fox” by Mark Waid and Dean Haspiel).

Plus: Learn what “MLJ” stands for! Uncover such rarities as the Mighty Crusaders board game, and the Shadow’s short-lived career as a spandex-clad superhero! Discover the ill-fated Spectrum line of comics, that was abruptly halted due to its violent content! See where the super-heroes crossed over into Archie, Betty, and Veronica’s world! And read interviews with Irv Novick, Dick Ayers, Rich Buckler, Bill DuBay, Steve Englehart, Jim Valentino, Jimmy Palmiotti, Kelly Jones, Michael Uslan, and others who chronicled the Mighty Crusaders’ exploits from the 1940s to today! By Rik Offenberger, Paul Castiglia, and Jon B. Cooke. Now full-color throughout, with 60 pages of key MLJ stories, and new cover by Rich Buckler and Joe Rubinstein!

The MLJ Companion is now shipping from TwoMorrows, and available in comics shops worldwide: order using Diamond Comic Distributor’s code MAY161832.

You can see a free preview and order through this link:

Go outta this world in BrickJournal #41


BrickJournal #41, our magazine for LEGO enthusiasts, blasts off today! It’s an out-of-this-world issue with the space-themed LEGO creations, including 2001: A Space Odyssey’s Orion space plane, and other amazing LEGO structures. You can see a free preview, and order HERE!