Comic shops are closed! What are we gonna do!?
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The Coronavirus escalated, hitting local comics shops this past week. Will we actually get back…
More comic conventions were postponed or cancelled this week, and that was just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to changes in pop culture due to the Coronavirus.
Last week, I mentioned in my column about the Coronavirus and its impact on C2E2. Wow, has a lot happened since then! Several cons have had to shut down or postpone their events, leaving creators reacting, well, creatively!
It’s time to launch into a new year of comic conventions, and it looks like this will be an interesting and transformational year for comic cons!
As of this writing, comic book fans are coming to terms with the departure of Dan DiDio from DC Comics, who served as the co-publisher for the company for 18 years. Where will DC go from here?
As seen here at MajorSpoilers, DC is making changes or updates to their history/continuity. I’m conflicted about whether this will be a good thing or not.
Marvel recently announced that the first issue of X-Men/Fantastic Four will soon be available in a Director’s Cut format as reported here at MajorSpoilers. Should you buy one or pass on it?
Something I have long hoped for is actually happening! Comic books are coming to a theater near you—at least the Regal Cinemas and Landmark Cinemas showing Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn)!
DC is gearing up for an 80th anniversary celebration for Robin in March, 2020. However, there’s quite a controversy going on in several online forums about just who this event should really be about!
Something interesting is happening with DC Comics titles featuring Wonder Woman and The Flash.
The comics industry has been shifting from the monthly title to more mini-series and such recently.
It’s only hours now until we leave 2019 behind and meet 2020. I always like…
I think it’s always good to look back at a year just about over… what went well, what didn’t. I wrote a similar column last year, so I thought it was time to reflect as we turn the last few pages of 2019.