In an odd marketing strategy, the latest Wonder Woman trailer was dropped around 8 pm on a Saturday night. Saturday nights are generally a dead zone for entertainment news, but this is WB, the same studio that announced their initial superhero movie slate on a marketing call. Regardless, this trailer looks pretty spiffy! And look! […]
by David Carter Greetings, sales charts fans! It’s time once again to look at DC’s sales figures. Still no sign of the Diamond end-of-year numbers for 2016; according to comics sales figures guru John Jackson Miller they are still forthcoming, though indefinitely delayed. One they are (finally) made available I’ll adjust the figures in the […]
Kyle takes a look at the latest issues of Wonder Woman and Future Quest, just how do they stack up?
David Carter dives in DC’s December 2016 sales!
2017 will bring us yet another new year of comic conventions. When one thinks of San Diego and comics, it’s not difficult to summon images of San Diego Comic-Con, one of the largest celebrations of comics and popular media in the entire world. But there’s more to San Diego than just Comic-Con. This year signifies […]
David Carter examine DC’s sales in November 2016!
It’s been quite a while since the “Has Dc Done Something Stupid” clock has been reset, but I suspect it may get a new countdown today. The Legend of Wonder Woman by Renae De Liz and Ray Dillon was one of the best reviewed books of the year, showing up on multiple best of lists. […]
Not too long ago, we reported on how Wonder Woman had been named an honorary ambassador for women’s empowerment worldwide at an impressive event at the United Nations. At the time we also noted the announcement was greeted with some controversy within the UN, as many were upset that this honor was given to a […]
Alex Lu and Kyle Pinion dive into a collection of works by DC’s latest rising stars!
Alex Lu and Kyle Pinion explore DC’s newest digital-first comic and check in with an old British friend!