What did Alex Lu, Brandon Montclare, and Amy Reeder think of CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR?
In the sixteen years since the release of X-Men, visual styling in superhero films has evolved in a dramatic way, but the X-Men franchise still looks strikingly similar now to the way it did in 2000.
by Xavier Lancel Welcome to a new analysis of the Marvel sales. Reminder: I’m French, that’s why I’m talking funny. Please address your complaints to my you-can-fire-and-insult-your-employee-for-being-gay-because-eh-he’s-a-hairdresser country. If this memorable French court decision hasn’t reached your side of the ocean, I’d be delighted to share it with you in the comment section. As expected, […]
Marvel may need a bit more than a “bless you” to recover from this illness.
Ain’t no rest for the wicked…or the Marvel Universe, for that matter. This week, the publisher launched a second Iron Man ongoing series, with Brian Michael Bendis once more at the helm. Given the flood of ongoing series debuting at the publisher, can Bendis manage two on-going Iron Man series at the same time? Will he switch up […]
A new challenger has entered the arena!
On this week’s show, Brandon and Alex face off to create totally new, totally different Marvel and DC universes, fantasy sports style.
Our resident Marvel analyst takes a look at the publisher’s November sales, discerning which All-New All-Different titles are posed to be failures and which might become breakout successes.
by Xavier Lancel Welcome to a new analysis of the Marvel sales. Reminder: I’m French, that’s why I’m talking funny. Please adress your complaints to my all-over-the-news country. Reminder: these sales numbers are estimates of sales to comics shops situated in North America. American comics do get sold somewhere else in their original floppy edition. […]
Tune in your ears and listen as Brandon Montclare and Alex Lu take an in depth look at October 2015’s ICv2 Direct Market Comics Sales Figures.