To Breathe or not to Breathe.. That is the question for Robin!

Will the Bubble Burst for the Boy Wonder?!! In the early 1940's as Batman and Robin soared in popularity, Jerry Robinson was one of the great early Batman artists that worked with Bob Kane.  This cover of Detective Comics #70 by Robinson features Batman rescuing…

Wonder Woman’s Thrill-A-Second-Adventure…..

"DANGER on the SPEEDWAY!"   Wonder Woman gets fast and furious on the Slicker Stadium speedway when she has to save the Holiday girls from a horrific crash engineered to prevent them from racing and winds up out-pacing all the cars herself with her swift-footed…

CAPTAIN MARVEL – Mightiest of Mortals!

CAPTAIN MARVEL - Mightiest of Mortals! There is perhaps one superhero in the DC Universe with powers that rival those of Superman - Captain Marvel.  While Superman's powers are derived from his exposure to Earth's yellow sun, Captain Marvel's powers are based solely in magic. …

Batman and Robin vs. Abraham Lincoln and George Washington?!

Batman and Robin vs. Abraham Lincoln and George Washington?! This winter-themed cover for Detective Comics #119 represents every criminal's dream.  Batman and Robin as snowmen are easy targets for these criminals!  Unfortunately for them, the real Dynamic Duo appear on the scene to take them into…

Mascot Monday with the Boy of Steel’s Best Friend – Krypto the Superdog!

Mascot Monday with the Boy of Steel's Best Friend - Krypto the Superdog! The 1950's was a whirlwind time for the rapid expansion of the Superman mythos.  In this issue, readers were introduced to a Boy of Steel's best friend, Krypto the Superdog!  When Kal-El's…

Justice Society of America: A Cure for the World!

Justice Society of America: A Cure for the World! Beyond this patriotic cover, the united heroes of DC Comics crusade against bullying and discrimination.  When Dr. Mid-Nite sees a boy beaten for attending a different place of worship than his assailants, he brings a passion…

Halloween with Wonder Woman!

Halloween with Wonder Woman! Our Wonder Woman featured cover for October, 2018. Commentary provided by Bill Jourdain. Wonder Woman is likely one of the most popular superheroes of all time, and one of the earliest female superheroes on the scene in the 1940's.  Her superpowers…

The Asgard Press Captain of Commentary, Bill Jourdain – SALUTE!

The Asgard Press Captain of Commentary, Bill Jourdain - SALUTE! Bill Jourdain holding the Asgard Press 2017 Vintage DC Comics Calendar for which he provided commentary. Today we'd like to tip our hats to Bill Jourdain, and share a very brief interview we conducted with…

Introducing….”THE FLASH!”

Introducing...."THE FLASH!" Vol.1, January 1940; Cover Art: Sheldon Moldoff. The Flash was one of DC's most popular superheroes.  He made his first appearance in Flash Comics #1 (January 1940), shown in the image above.  His alter-ego is police scientist, Jay Garrick.  Garrick, while an excellent…

Wonder Woman Wednesday – “The Last Witch Hunt”

Wonder Woman Wednesday - "The Last Witch Hunt" It's Halloween, and the Amazon Princess is pressed into partying with Steve Trevor, Etta Candy, and the rest of the Holliday girls.  Everything starts innocently enough with a witch's ride through the night air courtesy of Wonder…

Asgard Press Interviews real live Zombie Doctor!

Asgard Press Interviews real live Zombie Doctor! Dr. Arnold T. Blumberg - Head Zombie and Asgard Press contributor. Well, kinda.  Read on and you'll see...  Dr. Arnold T. Blumberg is a comic book and pop culture historian, author, educator, book designer, and former museum curator…

It’s National Comic Book Day!

It's National Comic Book Day! Hello Pannapictagraphist Pals!  Break out your Comic books in all their dialogue bubble and balloon glory.... It's National Comic Book Day!  Would you believe we suggest celebrating and treating yourself by purchasing one (or all!) of our brand spankin' new 2018…