Final Order Cut-Off is the last day that shops can guarantee their orders for comics. After Final Order Cut-Off, or FOC, these books will only be available to retailers on Advance Reorder. And that is not guaranteed. So here are the highlights for Monday, 4/15/19’s FOC list. Continue reading “Final Order Cut-off Highlights for 4/15/19”
I don’t get it myself but this book is selling for double cover while still being available at online retailers and probably at your local shops.
It has been announced that the first episode of What If? the animated series on Disney+ streaming service will be What If? Peggy Carter became Captain America. Continue reading “Peggy Carter as Captain America To Be First Episode of What If? for Disney+ Streaming”
Welcome again to Flashback Friday. We take a peek of what we were spec’ing on and talking about a year ago.
The first trailer for Star Wars IX has hit online for those not aware. Continue reading to watch….
Image/Top Cow is pleased to unveil a sneak peek at the forthcoming superhero graphic novel, Paradox Girl, Vol. 1 by Cayti Bourquin and Yishan Li. The series begins this May from Image/Top Cow Productions. Continue reading “IMAGE/TOP COW PRODUCTIONS PARADOX GIRL VOL. 1 SNEAK PEEK”
April 10, 2019 is a special date for Blade Runner fans — it’s the exact date of rogue Replicant Leon “Let Me Tell You About My Mother” Kowalski’s inception. (Even casual fans remember Leon as the Nexus-6 synthetic human who shoots the Blade Runner giving him a Voight-Kompff empathy test during the film’s opening sequence inside the imposing Tyrell Corporation double pyramid).
To mark the occasion, Titan Comics and Alcon Entertainment are excited to unveil the first covers and further details for Blade Runner 2019 — a brand-new, in canon series set during the exact timeframe of the original Blade Runner film. Continue reading “FIRST COVERS AND DETAILS TO ‘BLADE RUNNER 2019’ REVEALED!”
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:
Continue reading “CovrPrice.com Top Ten Selling Comics for Week of 4/11/19”
This week’s throwback takes us back to April of 1988, where Chris Claremont and Alan Davis debuted a new team and comic title called Excalibur, a mix of Captain Britain and X-Men.
Norwick Robinson is a great up-and-coming young creator we have spotlighted before. His book Endigo Society is up for a Fan Favorite award at the 2019 East Coast Black Age of Comics Convention and we want to help push him over for win.
Welcome once again to the another installment of the One Week Later Report. This week we’ll cover the books released on 4/3/2018.
I’m posting this one a little early today cause I think these might help you readers while out at the local shops on new comic book day. So feel free to provide feedback on the timing of these which I also ask specifically at the end.
Batman Who Laughs #4 is in stores tomorrow. It continues Scott Snyder’s pretty epic storyline bringing Batman in conflict with not only the Batman Who Laughs, but Joker, and the Grim Knight as well. This issue sees a pretty epic confrontation between Batman and the Joker. One where Joker pretty much lays out the truth of what he wants out of the relationship with Batman. Check it out below. Continue reading “Spoilers: Batman Who Laughs #4 Jokers End Game”
Flash #68 is in stores tomorrow. The solicitation for the book reads, “Trickster plunges the entire city into madness-and the Flash is powerless to save them!” Interesting. Check out the spoilers below: Continue reading “Spoilers: Flash #68 Tricksters Greatest Trick”