One of the toughest things about picking covers each week is how many fantastic illustrations I have to leave out because the text laid over it just didn’t serve it well. I make a point to only display covers here that have all their text elements, because that’s just as important to the whole […]
Quantum & Woody and Archer & Armstrong! Its a Valiant COmics team-up and its coming this August, with The Delinquents, a four issue mini series by James Asmus (Quantum and Woody) and Fred Van Lente (Archer & Armstrong) and artist Kano (Quantum and Woody, Immortal Iron Fist). Of couse there will be variant covers, one by Paolo Rivera and a #ValiantCraft shelf cover by Valiant 8-Bit artist Donovan Santiago.
For the last few weeks, a war has been brewing between Amazon and book publishing giant Hachette, which publishes Yen Press, and distributes Marvel’s graphic novels to the book trade. At stake: the trade terms between the two companies as Amazon is trying to make more money (something it actually doesn’t do too much of) […]
The National Cartoonist Society gave out their annual awards this weekend. Non Sequitur’s Wiley Miller won The Reuben Award as presented to the outstanding cartoonist for the year. Miller reacted to the Washington Post: “At my age, I’ve been around long enough [to know] that this doesn’t mean I’m going to make more money or, […]
§ So X-Men: Days of Future Past lived up to predictions and crushed at the box office, making $111 over the holiday weekend, making it the fifth largest Memorial day opening, and surging to $302 million worldwide. (I should note that the $111 was below this optimistic Variety report’s $120 mil. Does that make it […]
We’re not going to keep doing weekly updates on comics Humble Bundles, but since this is a new way of promoting comics—digital bundles on a pay-what-you-want model to a mostly gaming audience—is seems worth checking in on the first couple. The first comics Related HUmble Bundle was with Image comics, and raised about $400,000. The […]