Greetings my Comics Heating Up Family. Just a few quick thought. Stargirl is just a great t.v. show based on a comic book and Warrior Nun was fun as hell. Now lets make some money with some comics love you guys and thanks for being a great blessing in my life Continue reading “Blind Adam’s Hidden Gems Vol. 124”
Welcome to this weeks spec and drek, where we pick the winners each week we think will be spec worthy, a great read or just cool looking art on the cover. I also dive into the pesky drek, the book you should probably avoid if you can or perhaps not invest so heavily into.
Game publisher Com2uS has teamed up with Skybound/Image Comics to create Summoners War: Legacy, a brand-new comic book series based on the worldwide mobile phenomenon Summoners War. Revealed during the “Skybound X Summoners War” panel at Skybound Xpo, Summoners War: Legacy is helmed by Justin Jordan and Luca Claretti and serves as an action-packed prequel to the Summoners War mobile game.
Continue reading “COM2US, SKYBOUND, IMAGE COMICS ANNOUNCE SUMMONERS WAR: LEGACY COMIC BOOK”
This August, Titan Comics and Guerrilla will embark on an exciting adventure together, as the first original comic book series set in the world of the global smash-hit PS4 game Horizon Zero Dawn comes to comics. This new series takes place after the events of the game as Talanah, a strong and determined hunter, struggles to find purpose after her trusted friend Aloy disappears. When a mysterious threat emerges in the wilds, she sets out to hunt and to defeat it, only to learn that a whole new breed of killer machines stalk the land!
Continue reading “Titan Comics Reveals Horizon Zero Dawn #1 Peach Momoko San Diego Comic-Con Exclusive Cover!”
Marvel released Web of Venom Wraith digitally a little early. We review the issue. The book is in stores 9/9/20. The issue gives us the connection between Wraith and Knull, as well as a look at Wraith’s origin. Is he a symbiote? Let’s check it out. Continue reading “Review and Spoilers: Web of Venom: Wraith #1”
FOC is the last chance to put in your orders with your comic shops and likely get at a discount for pre-ordering.
In addition to the two regular covers of Venom #27, Marvel has announced a new 1:100 ratio variant cover for Venom #27. Continue reading “VENOM #27 1:100 SKETCH VARIANT BY RYAN STEGMAN ANNOUNCED”
Coming out of Skybound Expo, Robert Kirkman announces that The Walking Dead is going to be released as The Walking Dead Deluxe, and in full color for the first time. Continue reading “Walking Dead To Be Rereleased in Color as Walking Dead Deluxe”
In the next few minutes Skybound Expo, an on-line convention for all things Skybound is going live. You can watch it below and see the full line up of panels. Continue reading “Skybound Expo Going Live”
As part of its unique collaboration with San Diego Comic-Con, IGN announced the official lineup for its Comic-Con@Home on IGN Live programming, taking place July 22 – 26. IGN’s programming includes exclusive panels, interviews, trailer and news breakdowns, expert analysis, and more. Continue reading “Comic-Con@Home on IGN Live Stream Schedule Officially Announced”
Artist Jason Fabok’s iconic art from the cover of Batman: Three Jokers #1 gets two special treatments on the ratio variant covers to this blockbuster debut issue, written by Geoff Johns. Continue reading “DC REVEALS THE RATIO VARIANT COVERS FOR BATMAN: THREE JOKERS #1 “
This October, there’s more trials and tribulations than tricks and treats in store for Batman and Gotham City!
As his ferocious battle against the Clown Prince of Crime comes to an end, there are more questions than answers ahead for Gotham’s guardian! Continue reading “BATMAN #100 MARKS THE CONCLUSION OF “THE JOKER WAR” NEW VILLAIN GHOST-MAKER”
This info first appeared on the forum, you should go check out what goes on over there. Continue reading “Alana’s Quick Spec – Momoko Madness, First Immortal She-Hulk?, Casting News”
I thought it’d be fun to do an article on 🍑 Peach Momoko’s 🍑 rarer and or harder to find covers which ultimately will be the winners long term. Now, my primary focus was normal released titles.
Since her rising popularity is increasing print runs on books, this is making them much easier to obtain, causing the value to not rise as fast. You know, that whole supply vs demand…
This article was originally published on DrunkWooky.com.
The tweet above was sent out by @NXOnNetflix early Wednesday announcing that the long-running comic property Usagi Yojimbo will be adapted as an animated cartoon for Netflix. Continue reading “Usagi Yojimbo Animated Show To Be Adapted for Netflix + Comic Spec!”
As promised, the Covrprice.com runners-up list. Think of this as the second half of the top 20. Continue reading “CovrPrice Runners-Up for 7/16/20”
Since Covrprice.com came on the scene, they have become a go to spot for watching eBaytrends on comics. They scour thousands of eBay sales to cultivate data to spotlight the hottest selling comics. Here is this week’s Top Ten Comics: (Please note, potential spoilers do follow, and, these results are for auction that closed last week. )
Continue reading “CovrPrice Top 10 for Week Ending July 17, 2020”
Wednesday, the best day of the week, new comic book day.
We open things up to hear from you. A free for all.
The 293rd edition (and the 12th quarantine edition) of the open forum!
Every week, hundreds of new comics hit the stands, each with potential. We pick the ones we think have the best shot at heating up. Here are our picks of the week for delivery 7/15/20. Continue reading “Comic Picks of the Week For Delivery 7/15/20”
This article was originally published on DrunkWooky.com.
Warning! There be spoilers ahead!
This review continues my painful read through Snyder and Capullo’s latest DC Event, Dark Nights Death Metal. Check out my review of issue #1 here. I’ll get this conclusion out and clear from the very beginning. Dark Nights Death Metal #2 is a convoluted mess of a comic that seems to have little interest in even trying to get the reader to take it seriously or build interest in it. Continue reading “DrunkWooky Comic Review: Dark Nights Death Metal #2 (Snyder, Capullo, 2020)”