Believe it or not, a Black Lightning pilot is shooting in Atlanta and here’s a photo to prove it.
Xavier Lancel dives into January’s and February’s Marvel sales!
Also featuring thoughts on Kamandi Challenge #3!
I’ve got a lot to say about preordering, All Time Comics, Smurfs, the Fourth Disruption and Steve McQueen, and by god, I’m going to say it.
“As a journalist our job is to seek out the truth and display it for all to see. And in that act the truth becomes beautiful.”
In this age of reprints for all, there are a bunch of holy grail comics that are returning to print or seeing print for the first time – from Miracleman to the lost Kamandi story….and now the cult comic Neil the Horse is finally coming back to print in a collected edition from Conundrum Press. And even more […]
As The Beat told you last week, Marvel has just their first retailer summit in nearly 20 years, in which 14 retail organizations from the Top 300 Marvel accounts were invited to meet with Axel Alonso, David Gabriel and other top execs to talk about the steps Marvel is taking to improve sales.
While this isn’t the first trailer for Spider-Man: Homecoming, it’s the first real look we’ve gotten at Michael Keaton’s take on Adrian Toomes/The Vulture, and his general reasoning behind becoming a bad guy in this upcoming re-do of the Spider-Man franchise – this time in the hands of Marvel Studios. As you can see, there’s […]
At Publishers Weekly, the kids department is rounding up some facts and figures for 2017, including all the best sellers via Bookscan. You can see all the numbers here, but I’ve pulled out the GNs and the mixed use titles (Wimpy Kid and Dork Diaries) and highlighted two titles in red, a MArvel story book […]
It’s been a long and winding road on the relationship between writer Tony Isabella and DC Comics. Back in the 70s Isabella created Black LIghtning, along with artist Trevor Von Eeden, the first African-American character to have his own title at DC. Then many things went pear shaped, and Isabella stood by his claim that […]