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Writer Juan Ponce discusses THIRTY-THREE, his latest project, currently in its final days of being funded via Kickstarter.
This week's comics crowdfunding round-up includes new takes on superheroes, and a variety of projects from established creators.
The supernatural crime series follows a teenaged criminal with psychic abilities.
The comics-focused crowdfunding platform has opened its doors to more projects in response to the Kickstarter blockchain backlash.
This week's round-up includes an eclectic mix of projects, from new takes on superheroes to a graphic adaptation of a classic philosophical work.
The British writer explores his critically-acclaimed comics work.
Plus, Brian K Vaughan made a special appearance.
[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Zail7Gdqro] ...and we're back! Comic-Con won't start for another day, but the newsfeeds have been full of it today! There's all sorts of anticipation,...
By Brian Hibbs (Originally published February 2015) “There are three kinds of lies: Lies, Damned Lies, and Statistics” For the twelfth (!) year in a row, I’m...
Greetings, sales charts fans! It's time once again to look at DC's sales figures. Sales were down in November for DC as compared to October. Though October was a five-week month and more books naturally shipped that month, the average sales for DC as a whole and in each product category were down in November as well. But nothing to be too concerned about, as sales in the second two-thirds of 2014 are up roughly 10% as compared to the first third of 2014. Credit both the weekly Batman Eternal and the freely-orderable variant program for that increase. Speaking of variant's, this month's was LEGO. It's hard to see the month-to-month effects of the different variants and they're now being somewhat subsumed by other effects like attrition, crossovers, creative changes, etc. But there were a few titles with LEGO variants that saw a slight increase in sales for no other apparent reason which may be an indicate that retailers ordered the LEGO covers at a slightly higher level than they did last month's Monsters variants (all other things being equal). Anecdotal evidence from some retailers (e.g. Mike Sterling of Sterling City Comics) points to a definite in-store attraction to these LEGO covers, and suggests that perhaps DC is leaving money on the table by not producing a comic based on the wildly popular LEGO Batman video games. (Though perhaps licensing issues are prohibitive)
Ever since Diamond announced their Diamond Digital initiative, allowing comics shops to sell digital comics to customers, I've been wondering about the future of...
The Fantasy Economy continues, with a record comics auction at Heritage, and an amazing array of Hollywood memorabilia from Profiles in History!
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