Nightwing 87 Pre order Cover A | Nightwing continuous image issue | Nightwing splash issue

Nightwing #87: Pre-order the Issue Everyone’s Talking About!

Our pre-order initiative for Batman #118’s Todd McFarlane homage variant was so successful, we’ve decided to push our luck and try it with December’s Nightwing #87! You may well ask, what’s so special about Nightwing #87, every issue of Nightwing flies off the shelves as it is and why do I not already have a pull list at Ash Avenue Comics to make sure that I get my copy every month? And we would say to you, My good friend, these are fair hypothetical questions that deserves fair hypothetical answers.

It’s because Nightwing #87 is a bravura effort by artist Bruno Redondo to tell a 22-page comic book story as one continuous image—one giant, 22-page splash image through which he unfolds the story sequentially! You’ve never seen anything like it—because no one has! Everyone’s going to be talking about it, so strike a blow against FOMO and reserve your copy today! Reserve lots of copies for your loved ones, too, they make great holiday gifts!

Read more about the issue here:

Bleeding Cool | Nightwing #87 Will Be a 22-Page Wide Splash Comic

CBR | December’s Nightwing #87 Plays Out As One Continuous Image

Batman 118 (Cover C)—Front Cover

Pre-orders Live for Batman #118 McFarlane Homage Variant!

Batman 118 (Cover C)—Front Cover
Here’s the World’s Greatest Detective pondering the mystery of how to climb down off this slippery stone sculpture in the rain without breaking his neck.

The comics world is all abuzz about Viktor Bogdanovic’s upcoming Batman #118 variant cover, a fun, fond homage to Todd McFarlane’s classic Spider-Man image from the cover of 1990’s Spider-Man #1! Originally a 1:25 retailer incentive variant, it quickly captured the imagination of the comics community, and DC has responded to the demand by making the issue available as an open-order variant.

Spider-Man #1Batman 118 (Cover C)—Front Cover
Move the slider back and forth to compare the two images.

It’s sure to be a hot seller, and if you want to lock down a copy for yourself right now in the name of peace of mind, we’re now taking pre-orders here on our site! All orders within the state of Arizona will have the option of local pick-up in addition to the delivery efforts of the hard-working men and women at the USPS. Don’t miss the start of this landmark new Bat-era!

Free Comic Book Day 2021 | Spider-Man | Spider-Gwen | Ash Avenue Comics

A Free Comic Book Day to Remember!

Thanks to you, Free Comic Book Day 2021 was a resounding success! It was a pleasure to spend the day in the company of old Ash Avenue Comics friends and to have the opportunity to make new ones. We got a special treat when Spider-Man and Spider-Gwen swung by to plug in some gaps in their back issue collections! To live in such a rich, diverse community of comics fans and pros is a gift that we don't take for granted. Thank you for choosing to shop at Ash Avenue Comics, and we hope to see more of you in the year ahead! On to Free Comic Book Day 2022!

New Releases This Week | Ash Avenue Comics | Marvel Comics New Releases This Week

New releases this week

NEW! DC Comics for Tuesday, July 27, 2021

ACTION COMICS #1033
BATMAN: SECRET FILES – HUNTRESS #1
BATMAN: REPTILIAN #2
BATMAN/SUPERMAN #20
CHECKMATE #2
DETECTIVE COMICS #1040
HARLEY QUINN #5
I AM NOT STARFIRE
ICON & ROCKET: SEASON ONE #1
INFINITE FRONTIER #3
LOONEY TUNES #261
MISTER MIRACLE: THE SOURCE OF FREEDOM #3
THE OTHER HISTORY OF THE DC UNIVERSE #5
ROBIN #4
STATIC: SEASON ONE #2
STRANGE ADVENTURES #11
SUICIDE SQUAD: TRIAL BY FIRE
THE SUICIDE SQUAD CASE FILES, VOL. 2
SUPERMAN: SON OF KAL-EL #1
TEEN TITANS: ACADEMY #5
WONDER WOMAN #776
WONDER WOMAN: BLACK & GOLD #2

Best of 2020: Ash Ave Comics Staff Picks

 

And here we are, 2020 is finally coming to a close. It was as strange a year for comics as it was for the rest of the world, but the industry showed its resiliency and managed to survive nine months of a pandemic. Our little shop survived too. I read a lot of comics this year, many from years past, but there was plenty read this year as well, and a lot of what I read were some really good comics. A few of the titles in my best of list really deserve a second (or first) look if you didn’t see them in the shop. One of my favorites was Garth Ennis and PJ Holden’s The Stringbags, a World War II graphic novel that is as good of a comics war story as I have ever read, and really stands up as testament to Ennis’ place as comics’ greatest living war writer. I also want to shout out Alan Moore and Richard Corben for providing me with so many amazing comics from the past that I have either dived into for the first time, or am rediscovering.

While we can’t read everything, here’s what we read and loved that was published in 2020. Happy New Year, see you in 2021!

Drew’s best comics of 2020

 

Department of Truth (Image)
The Loneliness of the Long Distance Cartoonist (Drawn & Quarterly)
The Stringbags (Dead Reckoning)
Strange Adventures (DC)
DCeased (DC)
Pulp (Image)
Jack Kirby: The Epic Life of the King of Comics (Ten Speed Press)
One Million Tiny Fires (Silver Sprocket)
Reckless (Image)
What We Mean by Yesterday (Instagram)
Rorschach (DC)
Sports is Hell (Koyama)
Paying the Land (Metropolitan Books)

Best reprints of the year
Biologic Show (Hollow Press)
Complete Noir: Manchette and Tardi (Fantagraphics)
Yoshiharu Tsuge: The Swamp (Drawn & Quarterly)


Angela’s picks

 

 

 

 

 

 

Aggretsuko (Oni Press)
Eat and Love Yourself (Boom)
Something is Killing the Children (Boom)
Lois Lane (DC)
BL Metamorphosis (Seven Seas Entertainment)
Heartstopper (Scholastic)
Venus in the Blind Spot (Viz)

 

Sierra’s selections~

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tartarus (Image)
Dying is Easy (IDW)
Crossover (Image)
Scumbag (Image)
TMNT The Last Ronin (IDW)
Mercy (Image)
Locke and Key/Sandman (IDW)
Die!namite (Dynamite)