Straight from the DC Retailer mailer comes a Scott Snyder discussion covering the new Dark Nights book coming soon to a shop near you (and online shop too!).
Some weeks it’s mostly likes, other weeks it’s dislikes.
So what’s grinding my gears this week?
Not sure about the rest of you folks but this is not surprising, news from DC is that they have the final say on their own products, not Diamond.
Click continue to see the direct market email they just sent out regarding their new comics.
So a few days ago, after DC already announced they were proceeding with new distributors besides Diamond to start pushing comics out to retailers, Diamond sent a followup to retailers claiming basically a don’t worry, orders already placed will be fulfilled type of email.
Yet, now it appears almost everything in the FOC monthly at Diamond for DC has vanished.
Previews gives us a glimpse of what’s to come. Here’s the spotlight new books coming out of March Previews for DC Comics who pretty much dominated the last month of speculation and heat.
Previews gives us a glimpse of what’s to come. Here’s the spotlight of new books coming out of February Previews for DC and Black Label books that we are looking forward to, either on the spec level, read level or just gorgeous cover art level.
Welcome once again to another installment of the One Week Later Report. Usually these are books that heated up or were good pick up for flipping, even going as far to report if books fell flat and you can now find at cheaper prices.
This week we’ll cover the books released on 02/05/2020.
Previews gives us a glimpse of what’s to come. Here’s the spotlight of new books coming out of November Previews for DC that has us excited, either on the spec level, read level or just gorgeous cover art level.
Welcome once again to my spec and my drek and Happy Halloween Eve.. if there is such a thing. I pick what I think will be winners, not only if you make money by flipping but winners as in either a great read or just awesome art.
Then there’s the pesky drek, the comic you should avoid altogether or not fall into the buying every variant trap.
Previews gives us a glimpse of what’s to come. Here’s the spotlight of new books coming out of October Previews for DC Comics.
We highlight books in Previews at the beginning of each month, now it’s time to recommend a select few before final order cutoff after we obtained advanced preview copies we could read, which gives us a good idea not only if the book has the potential to heat up (if the demand is there) but if it’s just in general a great read, with great art.
Previews gives us a glimpse of what’s to come. Here’s the spotlight of new DC comic books coming out of September Previews.
One year ago, we spec’d on new books hitting the shelves. Now it’s time to see how those specs and picks are doing now. This is Part II for August of 2018.
Seems there is some early chatter for the upcoming Young Justice hitting shelves in November with an appearance by Naomi after a Bendis tweet today.
I’m taking us back to 1972 with a Jack Kirby creation that was created due to a request by DC for a horror type comic and character.
In the past we always tend to focus on the Killer B books for these upcoming DC books. I figured it’s time we expand into all of DC’s forthcoming titles and covers.
Once again, that time is upon us. This week it’s the middle of the month for May, with two Wednesdays now behind us and two still in front, hopefully a winner will come out of this weeks books unlike the past few weeks which seem to be a little more dead, at least with books carrying any heat.
We are now half way through April already. It was tax day on the 15th here in the U.S. so I hope all you comic book buyers didn’t have any huge tax bills that affected this weeks purchases.