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Exclusive: Complete NYCC 2013 Programming for Saturday October 12

Saturday, October 12   Here's the continuing our rundown of New York Comic-Con's programming in an easily digestible text format, with the schedule for Saturday....

SDCC ’13: Friday Program Schedule

The official website published the current Friday programs. Here's what you can expect. There's a slew of funny book panels -- film and otherwise-- but...

EXCLUSIVE: New York Comic Con programming schedule for all four days

The programming schedule for this year's New York Comic Con has just been released...but in a hard to read format. As we have in past years, organizers have supplied a complete text document of all the programming. You'll note that there is a ton of great programming, but some of it is late at night -- 9 pm Friday for "The Truth about the Hobbit"? Some of us like our nerd stuff AND have a social life! Enjoy:

Archaia Announcements: Space: 1999 Goes Digital Before Print and a Cyborg 009 Remake

Archaia is another company that's throwing its hat in the growing category of "digital release, then print." Certainly, digital comics are an increasingly common thing, but the relationship between digital and print is still evolving. They're taking a direction with a couple titles that I think will end up being fairly common. They're also adapting/remaking a classic manga title.

The Year in Review: 2011

I look back and recall the interesting events of 2011. What's my choice for the biggest event of 2011? Read and find out!

CCI: SD announced 2011 Film Festival lineup

The Comic-Con film festival has become an increasingly important part of the show, with a variety of premieres in the fiction and non-fictin categories. Of note are screenings of comics-related documentaries Superheroes, Comic Books Go to War, My Comic Shop DocumentARy, and To Romero With Love. Complete list follows:

Indie Month-to-Month Sales: June 2010

Buffy may be on a break, but that doesn’t mean that a Joss Whedon book isn’t the top selling “indie” comic this month as Serenity takes the top spot. Further down the list we have lots of Red Sonja comics, a Goon spin-off by Eric Powell, and yet more adaptations of movies and TV shows. Dark Horse had a 3.53% unit share and a 5.30% dollar share, Image had a 3.38% unit share and a 3.88% dollar share, and IDW had a 3.07% unit share and a 3.67% dollar share. I’ve listed every “indie” title in the top 200, every title from Image, Darkhorse, and IDW (ie. “the front of Previews”), and a selection of others. Thanks to and Milton Griepp for permission to use these numbers, which are estimates, and can be found here.

Indie Month-to-Month Sales: March 2010


By Matthew Murray

Dynamite grabs the top indie comic spot this month with the first issue of their adaptation of Kevin Smith’s Green Hornet script. However, issue 2 sees a fairly large drop, and people seem unsure if the market can support the five Green Hornet titles Dynamite plans on launching.

Elsewhere on the chart Green Hornet Year One written by Matt Wagner is the second biggest indie launch of the month, The Guild and Terminator are Dark Horse’s newest launches, and Zenescope shipped a lot of books.

IDW had a 3.61% market share, and 4.02% dollar share, Dark Horse had 3.33% market share and 4.76% dollar share (gotta love those trade paperback sales), Dynamite had 3.08% market share and 3.40% dollar share, and Image had 3.01% market share and 3.22% dollar share.

I’ve listed every indie title in the top 225, every Dark Horse, Image, and IDW title in the top 300, and a selection of other titles.

Thanks to and Milton Griepp for permission to use these numbers, which can be found here.

Norton smash!

To no one's surprise, THE INCREDIBLE HULK came in #1 at the box-office this weekend, keeping up the latest run of #1 openings for...

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