Another founding exhibitor of San Diego Comic-Con is bowing out.
Spinner racks, comics journalmalism, C0n 3.0, and Avengers Infinity War. Plus M’Baeku’s first con.
§ Nice Art: A page from Suehiro Marou’s The Laughing Vampire, reviewed here by Sarah Horrocks. Marou is a Japanese manga artist known for his extremely disturbing books, like Panorama Island and Mr. Arashi’s Amazing Freak Show, which depict erotic horror in a very precise style. Why Marou? Keep reading. § Saladin Ahmed, writer of […]
§ In the biz we call this “Hell Week” because you have to get everything done for con in JUST ONE WEEK. Emails at 1 am. Emails at 6 am. Corrections. Schedules. Powerpoints. 15 minutes of hold music. Caffeine, and lots of it. And, the ritual posting of the “San Diego Horror” gif from The […]
By Gabriel Neeb In a stunning reversal, after attending the San Diego Comic Con as a vendor for 44 years, Chuck Rozanski announced that his Denver based store will not have a presence at this year’s SDCC. Mile HIgh has traditionally occupied a huge row of tables along the wall in the “Old town”/Comics section […]
CBS Denver initially reported that a woman crashed her car into Mile High Comics in Denver Yesterday. The 17-year-old woman died as a result of the crash. Nobody was inside the store at the time of the collision and no other injuries resulted from the accident. CBS News followed-up on the event with a separate […]