Plus some Silver Age too!

Comics calendars are groovy by definition but it’s even cooler when they’re homages to the Silver and Bronze Ages. Good thing, then, that Marvel and Trends International have teamed up again for the 2023 Marvel Comics Wall Calendar.

Dig this official description from an Amazon listing, as well as some sample pages:


Classic Marvel comic book covers fill this 2023 Marvel Calendar, and fans of all ages will also enjoy the added bonus of some interior strips. From Spider Man to Thor to Captain America, all your favorite superheroes are here. DateWorks 16 Month Wall Calendars feature a calendar page for each month of 2023, as well as the last four months of 2022. Each monthly calendar spread features enough room to mark important dates or write down reminder notes making them perfect for staying organized and productive all year long. 2022 2023 Calendars make a great gift for anyone on your list!

THIS 2023 MARVEL COMICS WALL CALENDAR features monthly pages for January to December 2023, as well as the last 4 months of 2022.
13 HIGH QUALITY IMAGES printed on premium paper.
 Calendar Dimensions are 12 in. x 12 in.

The calendar lists for $16.99 and is due Sept. 7, 2022.

There’s also a smaller version for those of you still working in cubicles. I’m not sure if it has the same art but the cover suggests that’s the case:

I’m already ready for next year, aren’t you?


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Author: Dan Greenfield

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  1. Venom seems out of place with this assortment. Gotta luv some Marvel Bronze Age.

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    • Yes, definitely a case of “one of these things is not like the others”. That’s enough to make this unappealing to me…:(

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    • Venom is slightly out of the time frame by a couple years but he’s so popular I’m not surprised he was included. Personally, that wouldn’t stop me from getting it.

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      • So’s the Keith Pollard Spider-Man. I liked his work okay, just an anachronism here.

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  2. My favorite Marvel calendars were the classic cover editions published by Asgard Press in the 2010’s.

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  3. Nothing says “The Bronze Age of Marvel Comics” like including Venom. Lol. I’m wondering if some licencensing issues are at play here, because characters like The X-Men, Daredevil, The Silver Surfer and The Fantastic Four are very conspicuous by their absences on this calendar.

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    • Jeopardy question: What characters are currently featured in Marvel movies, TV shows or studio adjacent projects? (and I would swap Venom for Daredevil in a heartbeat).

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