The response to the signed books was overwhelming and I sold through the batch I had signed by Kurtis Wiebe (Peter Panzerfaust) and Roc Upchurch. People have been asking me if they are still available. Third Eye Comics, the store that hosted the event, has made available to me and the blog readers, signed copies they had gotten. If you do buy it now, the books are $14.95 shipped for the first copy and $10 each additional copy. Please wait to be invoiced so you get the discount. Mke sure you mention the blog when you request an invoice for 1 or more copies.
Thanks to Terry Hoknes at www.hoknescomics.com for the tip on this one. Most online stores are sold out. Continue reading “Farlaine the Goblin heating up, interview”
It is going to be another great Wednesday. There are a ton of great books coming out this week. As always, we give our picks of the week on books that we see could have heat behind them.
Continue reading “Comic Picks of the Week 10/2/13”
Thanks to Terry Hoknes at www.hoknescomics.com for putting this together.
Here are all the Image new ongoing series #1 issues this year
Sales are pretty consistent (20,000 to 30,000 range) for most of them and they are now all sell outs Continue reading “All Image Comics 2013 Series Print Runs”
God I love Wednesdays. New comics, New promise, new chances to make money flipping books. Here are the books I am scoping out for next week. Some big ones show up too, Continue reading “A look ahead to Wednesday 10/2/13”
Update: Third Eye Comics contacted me and have some extra copies they had signed at the store. They are letting me offer them up to you guys first. Once again, let me know if anyone is interested in getting a copy of Rat Queens 1 signed by Kurtis Wiebe and Roc Upchurch.
Email me at email@example.com.
update: All books and lithos are sold out. Thank you guys for buying the signed books. I will be doing it again with “Pretty Deadly” with Kelly Sue Deconnick in a few weeks. Keep an eye out for details.
update: I have four copies left and the litho has sold.
I had sold a few of these on pre-order and had a couple of people who said they were interested but didn’t end up getting them. I have 8 copies of Rat Queen #1 signed by Kurtis Wiebe and Roc Upchurch still available. Hit me up at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested. I also have a signed lithograph print available. There were only 30 of these made, and were produced just for the signing. The 30 prints were broken down between each of the four characters so there are less than 8 of each character made.
And for the third of three stories on recent Image sell outs, this has the biggest print run. We also just reported Rat Queens and Zero, both from Image have sold out. The print run follows the bump.
Continue reading “Sex Criminals #1 From Matt Fraction sells out”
Kurtis Wiebes newest book Rat Queens is a sell out and will be heading back for a second printing. The print run for the book was Continue reading “Rat Queens #1 from Image sells out”
Print run after the bump.
Continue reading “Zero #1 from Image sells out. Going to 2nd print”
With Arrow, Smallville, a Flash show on the way, as well as a Gotham Gordon show coming out, people are looking to jump on the DC comics band wagon. Constantine may be coming from NBC
A few weeks ago we spotlighted this deal, as this is a money maker, as copies have been selling for $30. You can get The Walking Dead #115 NYCC Variant for $2.99. It’s limited 1 per person. Continue reading “Walking Dead #115 NYCC variant for $2.99 (available for pre-order again)”
Regular Comicsheatingup.net commenter UKpondside tracked down Batman Family writer and Joker’s Daughter creator Bob Rozakis and spoke to him about his creation Joker’s Daughter.
Furthermore, according to Ukpondside, he is willing to answer question on the character.
The Diamond Comics Advanced reorder list is a peek into what is hot or heating up. It is based on what retailers are upping their orders on before final order cut off. This is where books sell out. These last orders can be a follow up to a hot first issue, increased demand on an ongoing series, or based off internet chatter on blogs and message boards.
Rich Johnston of Bleedingcool nukes a 3d copy of Joker’s Daughter. One less on the market to compete with.