Syfy to air Beau Smith’s Wynonna Earp next March, eBay sales jump

Thanks to Rick D. for this one.

Syfy Channel announced back in July that they were picking up Beau Smith’s comic Wynonna Earp. Since then, more movement on the show has been announced, including that it will air in March. Continue reading “Syfy to air Beau Smith’s Wynonna Earp next March, eBay sales jump”

Free Comic Wednesday: Amazing Spider-Man Renew Your Vows #1 Decomixado Variant

All July we are giving away free comic variants. This week we have another great one brought to you by our friends at Decomixado. Up for grabs Amazing Spiderman Renew Your Vows #1 Decomixado variant.

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Special Edition NYC review

Special Edition NYC as a comic con is considered the little brother of THE BIG ONE in October ,but this was in no way a small show. Tons of Cosplay, tons of dealers, and tons of artists. I’m going to give you a quick rundown and review of the show, so here we go. Continue reading “Special Edition NYC review”

Bleeding Cool's Speculators’ Corner: Gotham And Harvey Bullock

Bleeding Cool ran this tonight, of course, we covered it back in March here and here.

The first episode of Gotham airs tonight. Everyone at Bleeding Cool has seen it, and I think it’s great. Mad as a bucket of badgers, closer in tone to Luthor in that respect, but most entertaining.
And while most viewers will be familiar with Batman, Catwoman, the Penguin, even James Gordon, for most – if they didn’t watch the cartoon – Harvey Bullock will be a brand new discovery.
He first appeared in the Batman comics back in 1974, namely Detective Comics #441, by Archie Goodwin and Howard Chaykin. I guess it must go for a pretty penny?
Not really.
At a peak, $38 for a VF+ copy but you can get a VG copy for less that five dollars. But with Constantine and iZombie prices rocketing, it might be worth checking a few back issue bins to see what you can find….
Of course what DC Comics really want you to buy are the collections of Gotham Central and the collected Gordon Of Gotham, GCPD, Gordon’s Law…. but you never know. If you can pick up enough copies of this comic cheap, you might be able to flip them and buy the collections!
The price of comics can, of course, go down as well as up. And usually do.