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Soon You’ll Be Able to Buy Comics in Gamestops

Though the announcement to test-sell comics may come as a surprise to many, in some ways it does make sense as the company has had some past-experience when it comes to printed media. Up until 2004, bookseller Barnes & Noble had control of Gamestop, after which the latter became its own company.

SD Comic Fest ’18: The ‘What’s Wrong with Comics?’ Panel Explores...

“Five years ago, Marvel was in charge, and they ruled everything I did as a retailer. It was ‘Marvel first.’ Now, they are the bastard children of the industry. I’ve lost probably 25% of my comic readership because 25% of my Marvel fans got tired of my higher cover prices, the non-sequitur storylines, the almost incomprehensible X-Men this and that… Marvel has done nothing to drive the industry towards us.”

INTERVIEW: San Diego Comic Fest’s Matt Dunford Discusses “Dunford Con” and...

"What I love most about San Diego Comic Fest is that it dedicates itself to the small, intimate atmosphere. All the while, it still manages to be entertaining."

WonderCon ’18: Dan Jurgens, Yancey Labat, and Chris Uminga Advise and...

When asked how his art has changed and evolved over the last 30 years, Jurgens said, “The changes to my art are influenced by what I write. The best way to tell a story also changes over time.”

INTERVIEW: Daryl Gregory, Author of “Spoonbenders”

Fantasy author Daryl Gregory’s newest novel, Spoonbenders. centers around the Telemachus family in the very distant and backwards year of nineteen-ninety-five. The Chicagoan family...

SDCC ’17: Interview: Author Karin Tidbeck Uncovers the Dreamlike Storyline of...

Karin Tidbeck is a science-fiction and fantasy author, born in Stockholm, Sweden. Her latest novel, Amatka, focuses on a colonized alien-planet where the physical...

Interview: First Second’s Scott Westerfeld Talks of His Graphic Novel “Spill...

First Second, publishers of “great graphic novels for every reader”, have just released today the story of Spill Zone. Written by New York Times...

San Diego’s Little Fish Comic Studio Is Educating A New Generation...

In recent years, more teachers and librarians are finally recognizing the educational appeal of comic-books. Yes, we the fans have known of their artistry,...

#SDCC ’16 First Second’s Gene Luen Yang: The National Ambassador for...

By: Nicholas Eskey As one of the most influential graphic novel publishers in the United States, First Second is proud to celebrate 2016 as their...

#SDCC ’16 Dave McKean Talks Art and WWI in his Latest...

By: Nicholas Eskey Artist Dave McKean is in every aspect a Renaissance Man. He expresses himself in illustration, art installations, music, theatre, writing, graphic design,...

Interview: Jennifer Crute Opens Up in Jennifer’s Journal

By Nick Eskey Jennifer Crute is a native New York City artist, turned comic creator. She began her love for making art at an early...

Review: Nothing And Everything Left To The Imagination In James Robinson...

by Nick Eskey For starters, this work is not for kids, and there might be a plot spoiler. With that out of the way, let’s...