“Justin’s Jabber” – Back Issue Comics! 6/23/17

I’ve said this a few different times in this … blog, I guess you could call it … but I’ll say it once again: don’t hate on my boy Howard The Duck.

Howard was an innovator in this comic book movie game; he was one of the first ones out of the gate.
Howard was a waterfowl ahead of his time, so show some respect.


Fear #19, first appearance of Howard The Duck, Very Fine (8.0) condition , $100.


Howard The Duck #1, Fine Plus (6.5) condition, $25.


We also have a large selection of non-Howard-The-Duck-related comics here at the store, but I would encourage you to not overlook Howard The Duck’s important contributions to cinema as well as the medium of graphic and sequential art.
Don’t get me wrong, the books that I’m about to list below are very collectible and awesome, but they do suffer from a noticeable absence of Howard The Duck … just sayin’.


DC Comics Presents #26, first appearance of Cyborg, Raven, Starfire, and the New Teen Titans, Fine Plus (6.5) condition, $60.


All Star Western #10, first appearance of Jonah Hex, Fine Plus (6.5) condition, $150.


EC Essay Contest!

Which movie did you like better comic book fans, Howard The Duck or Jonah Hex?

Please send you answer in essay form to the following email address:


You may win a prize package containing a piece of original art featuring Howard The Duck and Jonah Hex engaged in a vicious saloon brawl with a group of ornery bandits who also happen to be Garbage Pail Kids.

The usual formatting and citation rules apply: 6,000 words or more, single spaced, please research your piece carefully and cite sources accurately.

[Chad says: Oh dear, once again — please don’t!!! If you “win,” he’ll only scribble something on a napkin and tell you it’s Howard and Jonah and Garbage Pail Kids.]


(Please note: the digital images above are only for identification purposes, and are not the actual comics for sale. Please call us at 727-398-2665 with any questions about the comics.)

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