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SD07: CBLDF party!

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The CBLDF, Image, NYCC, Scholastic and Cartoon books are teaming for a big bash on Thursday night and it's sure to be one of...

The Beat Guide to San Diego

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Well we had a chance to go through all fours days of the San Diego programming. Sure there are plenty of comics folks, company...

To Do 7/9: FoL and MINX at MoCCA

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Friends of Lulu presents a night of Minx at MoCCA next week. DC Comics has created a brave, brand-new world for teenage girls, and...

Repo Man comic book sequel

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"Page out of a comic book A chicken hanging on a hook ...I'll tell you who I am, I'm the repo man" ICv2 reports that reports that...

Industry Issues — UPDATE

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UPDATED: Just to put this in perspective ICv2 posted Diamond's annual sales figures Diamond Comic Distributors has released its annual sales figures, reporting that in...

Vertigo announces Straub/Easton and Jay Cantor projects

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Not too much graphic novel news out of yesterday's BEA, although DC/Vertigo announced a couple of graphic novel projects by established authors. Douglas Wolk...

2007 Manning Award Nominees announced

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From the PR: The nominees for the 2007 Russ Manning Most Promising Newcomer Award have been announced. They are: * Steve Bryant, artist of Athena Voltaire,...

Radical new comic book publisher

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Wow! Radical! And Blatant! And it's another one of those Hollywood Studio development deals. Some very familiar names and faces involved however. Fresh out...

Top Shelf news and notes: sales and parties!

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A raft of news from Top Shelf on many matters, including a 10th anniversary sale going on and a 10th anniversary party to be...

24 Hour Comics Day dates announced

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Via PR: Its time for cartoonists everywhere to start storing up sleep. They're going to need it when October 20th rolls around, because that's the...

David Lapham at Vertigo?

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We're there! DC Comics continues to unveil new collected editions and other book titles for summer 2007 with these projects from Vertigo, WildStorm and more. The...

Tilting at Windmills: Looking at BookScan 2006

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By Brian Hibbs (Originally Published - #154 – February 2007 – “Looking at BookScan 2006”)   “There are three kinds of lies: Lies, Damn Lies, and Statistics” This...

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