Thanksgiving / Black Friday Sale 2017
November 14, 2017 – 10:27 pm | Comments Off on Thanksgiving / Black Friday Sale 2017

Phantom of the Attic
13th Annual Black Friday Sale! (with special Thanksgiving evening sale)
November 23-24, 2017
November 23rd
10:00pm to 12:00am (or later)
50% Off Regular Back Issues (excludes premium back issues)
50% Off All Dollar & 50 Cent Comics
40% …

Read the full story »
Shipping Lists

Want to know what’s coming our way? Check here to see what new and restocked items are hitting Phantom’s shelves. Updated weekly.

Cover Gallery

Want more than just a list of the comic goodness we’ll be getting each and every week? Cast your gaze on the Cover Gallery section!

Phantom News

The “All Phantom, All The Time” Channel. Phantom News, Updates, Announcements, Blog and Store Photos.

Comic News

Comic Book Industry (and related) news. We’ll scour the Internet for the most interesting news items, tidbits, videos, etc. and bring it here for your perusing.


Discover What Lurks in the Brain of Phantom! Here is where we electronically transmit our thoughts and opinions on all things visual and auditory.

Home » Phantom News

Monroeville Library & The New 52

Submitted by on September 1, 2011 – 7:09 pmNo Comment

Check out this nice blog post about DC’s New 52 (and a Phantom of the Attic mention, too). Thanks to “Ms. B” for the head’s up and the blog post. Here’s an excerpt:

“Now, when I say “comic books,” I’m talking primarily about superhero comic books — the capes-and-tights-wearing characters who fight crime on the streets of their various fictional (or fictionalized) cities with their respective superpowers or high-tech gadgets. Comic books starring superheroes have been around in the mainstream of pop culture since the appearance of Superman in 1938, although their popularity over the years has ebbed and flowed with the changing cultural zeitgeist. Their focal audience has shifted as well; while children were generally the main target audience of superhero comics in the beginning, the last few decades have seen publishers concentrate more on appealing to adults.”

Check out the full blog post here: Monroeville Library Blog

Comments are closed.