Comic Book Villains

Synopsis: Told from the point of view from Archie, a comic book collector, this is the story of a rivalry between two comic book shop owners. One does it for the love of comics, while the other shop, run by a husband-and-wife team are in it strictly for the money. The situation brews to a head when a sneak collector, Conan discovers a large collection of perfectly-preserved classic comics, leading the two shops to vie to acquire them, along with a "villain" who hopes to steal them first.
Genre: Comedy
Director(s): James Robinson
Production: LionsGate Entertainment
92 min

the modern version

because of the fishnets.

How about the valkyrie

from the




I'd agree with you, uh,

except for

the fact that she was

in suspended animation.

She started screwing

the airboy in the 1940s,

then she comes out

of cold storage

and starts

screwing the new airboy

in the present?




the new airboy

in the present

is the son

of the original.

That means the valkyrie

was doing

the father and the son.

That is fucked up.

Ah, ah, gentlemen,

she was lost.

She was lonely.

She was looking

for love, ok?

Which of us,

under those conditions,

wouldn't do the same?


And this is conan.

He calls himself that

'cause he says

he calls himself that

'cause he says

Robert e. Howard,

the guy who created

conan the barbarian,

was his great uncle,

which I know is a crock.

He's my Dr. doom,

my archfoe.


He has more money than me,

and he snags

the comics I can't.

Plus, he's in

with Raymond, too.

In fact, it was him

that started all

the craziness.

Though I admit it seemed

innocent at the time

when he opened his mouth,

sweet as pie, and said...


do you know a guy

named David cresswell?

Do you know a guy

named David cresswell?

David cresswell...

No, no. Should--should I?

The new books come in?


by mignola.


by allred.

The others,

they're the same old crap.

Is that it, arch?

Yeah, unless

my poster came in.


Well, what about my

Alex Ross signed hardcover?

Nope, again.

You're not having

much luck today.

Ring me up.

Ring me up.

What's going on?

You seem kind of down.

You all right?

I'm fine.

You know, I just really

don't want to talk about it.

Why not?


among friends.

Um, do you remember

my cousin Sam?

I brought him in once

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