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Archie’s Kevin Keller wins GLAAD award

Archie's ongoing Kevin Keller comic won Outstanding Comic Book at the GLAAD Media Awards, presented Saturday evening in San Francisco. The book beat out...

What You Should Read, What You Should Leave, During Free Comic Book Day, Part...

Yes, there are 52 comics being offered this Saturday!  (Collect them all!)  Some of them are from well-known publishers and characters, others are a...

RIP: George Gladir

The co-creator of Sabrina the Teenage Witch, George Gladir passed away Wednesday night at the age of 88. The winner of the 2007 Bill Finger Award, Gladir wrote countless classic Archie stories in a career that went back to the 50s. Even in the last decade, he was still creating comics and attending Comic-Con to promote them, as recounted in this touching memorial by friend Batton Lash:

Archie now gets zombie-themed ongoing

Having met KISS, Glee, and Nick Cannon, the Archie gang is now going undead in a new ongoing series called AFTERLIFE WITH ARCHIE that's...

Batwoman, Kevin Keller etc get GLAAD Award nominations

The 2013 GLAAD Award nominees recognizing media for outstanding images of the LGBT community have been unveiled and they are: OUTSTANDING COMIC BOOK Astonishing X-Men by...

Indie Month-to-Month Sales November 2012


Walking Dead is only the number three indie book this month, as IDW’s My Little Pony, and Dynamite’s Masks take the top two spots on their first issues. Saga, Spawn & Adventure Time all see good jumps, and there are decent launches for Judge Dredd, Shadowman and Clone. Elsewhere it’s relatively quiet. There are a clutch of new books launching, notably Great Pacific, which is getting great write-ups, and the final series of Locke & Key, hitting new heights.

Diamond Announces 12 Gold Sponsors for Free Comic Book Day 2013

You may have thought of Kris Kringle jingling in your mind, but over at Diamond it's already planning for balmy May and Free Comic...

News notes from around: Archie, Takei, Schulz, Moonstone, etc

Some quickies from the mailbag and around:

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:

Frank Doyle and Steve Skeates win the Finger Award

Frank Doyle—a prolific writer for Archie—and Steve Skeates, a busy comics writers of the '70s, have won the Finger Award, which honors two writers, one living, one deceased, whose contributions to the comics medium have been underappreciated. Two great choices. The awards will be presented during this year's Eisner Awards.

REVERSEDALE features Archina, Ronnie, and Billy for gender-swapped Archie

The Archie staff has been busy sitting around dreaming up more outrageous what-ifs, including this gender-swapped natural. Shark jumping...or classic?


Although we rarely race to post those "sell out" pr's from comics company, given the controversy over the issue, the sell out of the Kevin Keller issue of ARCHIE is worth reporting on, as is the company's strong stance on sticking by the character.

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