“Doing stunts I felt like Tom Cruise this season. It’s been great.”
Diamond has just released the year end sales charts for 2017 and it was a close one, but Marvel had the #1 periodical comic of the year with Legacy #1. DC came in second with Metal #1. DC and Marvel split the top 10 comics, but Marvel had another year at #1, beating DC by […]
This winter, all your wildest dreams are coming true, when Funko releases a line of Saga Pop! vinyl figures, coming from Skybound. Saga is the award-winning SF comic by Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples that’s sat atop the bestseller lists since it launched in 2012. Staples’ character designs for the cast of aliens, […]
After some delays caused by work on the oversized Walking Dead special, a new chapter of Barrier by Brian K. Vaughan, Marcos Martin and Muntsa Vicente is up, with a pay what you wish model for digital downloads via their Panel Syndicate site. Barrier, a follow-up to their stunning The Private Eye, is a SF tale […]
Labor day is one of the more bittersweet holidays. On the one hand, it represents an extra long weekend of fun in the sun, family barbecues, and poolside relaxation. On the other hand, it’s the end of summer. For our luckier readers, that means very little. For those of us in the Northeastern United States, […]
By Chris Hayden In 2015, hit writer Brian K. Vaughan (Saga, Y: The Last Man) and acclaimed artist Steve Skroce (The Amazing Spider-Man, Cable) released the six issue miniseries We Stand on Guard through Image Comics. The story is set one hundred years ahead of the present and focuses on a group of Canadian citizens […]
Announced a few Image Expo‘s ago, Brian K. Vaughn (Y: The Last Man) and Marcos Martin (Spider-Man) finally released their special Walking Dead one-shot, titled: The Walking Dead: The Alien. The 31-page one-shot set in Spain is available now via Panel Syndicate. The story is set only a few weeks into the outbreak of zombies and […]
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We weigh in on how Image Comics could raise their fortunes in 2016!
by David Carter Greetings, sales charts fans! It’s time once again to look at Image Comics’s sales figures. Just a reminder that I’m not doing this as a permanent gig; just filling in until Heidi finds someone to take on the indy month-to-month chart. Please refer to July’s column for a preamble and explanation as […]