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Box Office: JOHN WICK CHAPTER 3 Surpasses Expectations with $57 Million Opening

AVENGERS: ENDGAME is officially the 2nd highest grossing movie of all time!

FCBD 2019: Read It Or Leave It?: Gold Titles

Here are the gold titles on offer for FCBD 2019

Advance Preview: Archie #699 is a $1.00 Catch Up Issue

The Lipstick Incident explained

SDCC ’18 – All of Sunday’s Comic-Con News in One Place

And then we'll catch you up on the rest of the show

Nick Spencer and Marguerite Sauvage Are the New Archie Creative Team

They'll take over with #700 in November

The Starting Line: TANK GIRL for those who missed it, plus Betty & Veronica...

The Wednesday before Free Comic Book Day had been somewhat quiet the past few years, 2018 FCBD is anything but empty as over a...
Diamond graphic novel distribution

Tilting at Windmills #268: Looking at BookScan 2017 – and this time it’s certified

THIS IS THE BIG ONE! Retailer Brian Hibbs analyses 2017's bookstore sales with actual numbers, and this time with the complete cooperation and help of NPD Bookscan.

ONE OR DONE REVIEWS: The Old Guard is out and 2017 can just end...

With last week being light on debuts and convention obligations to prepare for, ONE OR DONE took a bye week. What a comeback though!...

Dark Horse July 2015 Coming Attractions: Barb Wire #1, Unseen Frank Frazetta,The New Deal...

Dark Horse's July comics previews are out and here they are with Mignola, Kindt, the return of Barb Wire, The New Deal, a new graphic novel by Jonathan Case, the collected Astro Boy, the final book of Oh My Goddess and MORE. I haven't really looked at the Dark Horse line in a while, and they are putting out some good stuff.

The Retailer’s View // The Death of Archie and Selling Comics

by Brandon Schatz On Monday, the pop culture bereft owner of my shop phoned had asked if I had ordered enough of the “death of...

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:

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