Sneak a peek at Image/Skybound’s new series GASOLINA 

Creators Sean Mackiewicz and Niko Walter team up with colorist Mat Lopes and letterer Rus Wooton for an all-new crime/horror adventure, GASOLINA, from Image/Skybound Entertainment and reveal interior pages for a sneak peek into the new story. Continue reading

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Potentially 71 Stores refuse to order the Marvel Lenticular Covers

DC made their recent and previously released Lenticular covers open to order. Marvel took a different tact by making them orderable only if shops ordered an x number of books above other books in order to get them. For example if they ordered 10 copies of one book they would have to order 15-17 to qualify to order the lenticular covers. Continue reading

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Quick Spoilers: Secret Empire #9

We already gave away the cover of the book a while back, here as a matter of fact, but here are two quick spoilers for Secret Empire #9 out tomorrow. Continue reading

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Wednesday Open Forum



Wednesday, the best day of the week, new comic book day. It is like your birthday in the middle of each week (well, one where you buy your own presents.)

We open things up to hear from you. A free for all.

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Mel V.’s Variant Picks for August 23, 2017

What Up CHU? Mel V. here with your weekly variant picks for the week of August 22ND. It is almost time for Baltimore Comic Con and NYCC and time for this year’s Mel’s Convention T Shirts Reveal. For those who don’t know, I take covers from the year and add the images to T-Shirts for convention use only (NO I DO NOT SELL THEM!) I like the selections I’ve made this year. Hopefully I can meet up with some of you guys in Baltimore and NYCC… POYO if you’re coming up this year, let’s grab some drinks. It’s a Monster week this week for some visually great looking books as well as a regular cover that will be a candidate for cover of the year… Let’s get into it
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Poyo’s Picks for August 23rd, 2017

What a week for comics eh? There’s just not a whole lot going on this week for the most part. Maybe I should just skip this week but we don’t want to make Anthony mad. So here we go.. I’m gonna do my best, not to please you all but make the boss man happy. Continue reading

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Comic Picks of the Week for Delivery 8/23/17

Each week hundreds of new comics hit the shelves, each with potential. Some live up to that potential. We pick the ones we think have the best chance at heating up. Here are the ones we think have the best shot at heating up. Here are our picks of the week for delivery 8/23/17: Continue reading

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Image Comics celebrates 25th anniversary with final month of covers in tribute to THE WALKING DEAD

Image Comics is pleased to reveal the six of 30 variants planned for the final month of 25th anniversary variants—October covers in homage of iconic THE WALKING DEAD cover designs.

This final month of variants will pay tribute to some of the hottest, most jaw-dropping moments from Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard’s long-running, and industry-changing series that went on to become a pop culture phenomenon.
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Drunk Wooky’s Variant Envy: Darth Vader #8 Mattina Variant

Mattina has been killing it with his Darth Vader Variants. Issue 8 is no exception. In fact, this one cranks it up hotter than an Ewok funeral pyre. Check out the full cover below, it is too good to put a small teaser photo up: Continue reading

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Alana Tries PGX, Unboxing and Review

Aloha CHUniverse, today I would like to share my unboxing and overall experience with PGX grading services. While I own many graded books from all 3 of the big graders this is the first time I’ve sent books my self to be graded. I chose PGX for a few reasons, price, turn around time, and in house pressing. Price is really important to me because CGC would want a lot of money on some of the books I had graded with their crazy % pricing based on Fair Market Value. Turn around time, being my first time sending high dollar collectibles I definitely want them out of hand as little as possible. Finally in house pressing saves $ from having to send to a pressers then to a grading company, also less people messing with the book. I sent books that are all important keys that all deserved grading let’s see how I did! Continue reading

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