Yes, that’s a Curt Swan cover you’re looking at.
We review this week’s 25 cent showcase of upcoming big DC storylines and the oversized capper for the Jurgens Action run
“You’re one of us now.”
Saga is the week’s bestseller and Wolverine’s return seems dwarfed by Jane Foster.
All sorts of Publishers are having digital sales right now.
“Five years ago, Marvel was in charge, and they ruled everything I did as a retailer. It was ‘Marvel first.’ Now, they are the bastard children of the industry. I’ve lost probably 25% of my comic readership because 25% of my Marvel fans got tired of my higher cover prices, the non-sequitur storylines, the almost incomprehensible X-Men this and that… Marvel has done nothing to drive the industry towards us.”
DC Comics is trying something new. In the wake of their Rebirth initiative, the publisher has rapidly expanded its content to include diverse new imprints such as Young Animal, Wildstorm, Black Label, Ink, and Zoom. As their lineup expands, it can be hard to figure out what to pick up each week. That’s what the […]
The Retailer’s View returns with a warning about the future of the comics industry… and a look at what can hopefully be done to fix it.
First $0.99 Marvel sale books rule the chart, now $7.99 Action #1000 is on top. That’s what you call contrast.
Looking back, Berger could see how the idea was very much in Shelley Bond’s and Vertigo’s interests. “The thing about Grimm Fairytales, the real fairytales, are that they are frick’n scary and bloody,” she said. “There is something domesticated about them nowadays… And I think most people today have their ideas of fairytales because of Disney.”