Saturday, November 20, 2010

Design of the Week Redux--AIEEE! WereWolf!

This week, we re-post a limited-edition design, to be sold for exactly 7 days, then replaced with another, but this one has done so well, we're keeping it going for another week!
This week...
We're continuing our roll-out of horror comics-themed goodies with this vintage 1950s horror comic cover from the new Werewolves 2011 12-Month Calendar that'll be on assorted collectibles like iPhone cases, mugs, t-shirts, iPad/Kindle/messenger bags and the like for only 7 days! After that, it's back to the tomb, only to be seen on the calendar!
Combine it with one of the demonically-delightful books or DVDs below for a kool-ghoul gift set for birthday or holiday

Friday, November 19, 2010

Pre-Holiday Pop Culture Collectibles Sale!

Starting 12:01am, Saturday, Nov. 20th to 11:59pm, Tuesday, November 23rd...
$10 off total orders of $50 or more on EVERYTHING from  
Atomic Kommie Comics™ 
or The Atomic Kommie Comics Annex™!
That includes iPhone cases...
...iPad / Kindle / messenger bags...
 ...wall clocks...
...t-shirts, and a host of other goodies!
Just use code
at CheckOut!
Save $10 off orders of $50 or more excluding shipping charges, gift wrap charges and applicable sales tax. Excludes Gift Certificates, Flip products, SIGG bottles, CafePress Groups purchases and bulk orders. Coupon code FRIEND10 must be entered at check out. Promotion starts on November 20, 2010 at 12:01 a.m. (PST) and ends on November 23, 2010 at 11:59 p.m. (PST).

Thursday, November 18, 2010

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

YouTube Wednesday: THE GREEN HORNET "Deadline for Death"

Continuing our weekly feature "YouTube Wednesday"...
A series of robberies of wealthy homes has one thing in common...all the victims had recently been profiled by Daily Sentinel reporter Mike Axford!
Has he used his interviews to case the homes?
When Axford is arrested at the site of the latest break-in, The Green Hornet and Kato must uncover evidence to free the hapless newshound.
The Green Hornet has his first solo fight scene...which he loses! (To be fair, it is against three guys.) When he and Kato catch up to the three crooks in the finale, guess who wins?
Seeking info, The Hornet questions a stolen-goods fence named Tubbs, indicating that he's been allowing the fence to continue operating as long as he served The Hornet when needed. A nice touch, adding credibility to the crimefighter's cover as a criminal.
Later, there's a scene at Reid's home where the duo, in costume, but without masks or hats, review evidence. This happens several times in the series. (You never saw Batman and Robin partially in costume)
More location shooting, this time at a small local airport and aircraft hanger also used in several Batman episodes.
Much more day-for-night photography.
Here's the 12th filmed and aired episode..."Deadline for Death".

Monday, November 15, 2010

Lost Heroes of the Golden Age of Comics vs HITLER!

Rottener than the Red Skull!
More lethal than Lex Luthor!
More menacing than Moriarity!
Deadlier than Doctor Doom!
He's the Ultimate Villain!
And, he was REAL!
Adolf Hitler tricked or forced millions into obeying his maniac desires, and plunged the Earth into the deadliest global conflict ever!
The Allied armed forces (including the US Army, Navy, and Marines) were the REAL heroes who defeated him.
But, on the home front, comic books provided Americans with inspirational imagery of superheroes clobbering, smashing, bashing, kicking, even SPANKING Der Fuerher!
Here are a dozen of the best of those classic images from the war years, digitally-remastered and restored directly from the actual comic books, on our newest 12-month calendar for 2011...Lost Heroes of the Golden Age of Comics versus Hitler!

Perfect birthday or holiday present for the WWII and/or comic book fan in your life, especially combined with  one of the books below or another of our Lost Heroes of the Golden Age of Comics™ collectibles to make a gift set!
And then go "...heil (razzberry), heil (razzberry), right in Der Fuehrer's Face!"

Sunday, November 14, 2010

Pop Culture iPhone Cases

It's the 21st Century, and while we still don't have flying cars, we do have Star Trek communicator-sized cell phones!
And Atomic Kommie Comics™ has the cases to store them in!
We now have cases for the iPhone 3G, as well as iPhone 4 Clear Cases and iPhone 4 Slider Cases!
There's only a few now, so bookmark the sites and keep coming back as we add more and more from our library of over 1,000 classic comic book covers and movie posters!