A few weeks ago, Archie Comics announced Dick Tracy, the famous newspaper detective, would head to Archie Comics for a new series. Looks like announcements were made a tad early, as Tribune Content Agency made a contractual mix-up.
The detective in the yellow coat is returning to comics in 2018 at Archie Comics.
IDW Publishing sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Complete Chester Gould’s Dick Tracy Volume 16, that you can check out, after the jump.
To anyone putting together a comics convention, it’s what you hope will never happen. The real world took out the Boston Comic Con over the weekend due to a fluid situation regarding chasing down a suspect in the bombing that took place during the Boston Marathon on Monday, April 15.
Press Release The old saying goes, “If a door closes, a window opens.” Well, Shocker Toys’ latest announcement is living proof of that adage. The ‘Closed Door’: Shocker’s Indie Spotlight Series One (The Maxx Series) is being retired. Several big retailers like Hastings and Toys R Us have bought almost all of the entire remaining product and no more of Series One will be produced. What’s the good news? Shocker has slashed prices on the little inventory they have left. Check out http://www.shockertoys.com/store.php for deep discounts and last chance sales.
There was a low rumble last week when those that scurry the Intardwebz discovered someone from Archie Comics sitting on the IDW Publishing panel at the San Diego Comic-Con. The cat is now out of the bag, and those that though IDW was buying Archie just lost a bet, as IDW announces Deluxe Editions of Archie Comics. Press release after the jump!
Shocker Toys sent Major Spoilers one of the figures from its Indie Spotlight Comic Book Heroes Series 1 figure (look for review soon), and they are already cranking out the Series 2 figures that features the Tick, Dick Tracy, Jack Staff and more. The figures are well made, and if you are looking for an indie hero to fight alongside your DC or Marvel figures, then you might want to check out Shocker Toys. The Tick Jack Staff Ignacia Dick Tracy (& Trench Coat w/Tommy Gun Variant) King Zombie (& King Zombie Variant) All Series 2 figures are packed with
(San Diego, CA; January 30, 2009) — IDW’s successful Complete Dick Tracy series is getting biggerâ€¦and better. CEO Ted Adams, who initiated the series and edited its first six volumes, has announced that Tracy is being folded into IDW’s Library of American Comics imprint, alongside Terry and the Pirates, Little Orphan Annie, and other classic newspaper strip titles. Eisner award-winner Dean Mullaney is assuming the helm of the series with volume 7 of Chester Gould’s masterpiece, covering more than 600 chronological dailies and Sundays from 1941 to 1943. “This is a dream come true for me,” says Mullaney. “Dick Tracy
Shocker Toys has been working closely with independent comic book creators to bring a new line of action figures to the market. Indie Spotlight Comic Book Heroes: Series 1 Series 1 (Maxx Series) features Jim Valentinoâ€™s ShadowHawk, Rob Schrabâ€™s Scud the disposable assassin, Terry Moore’s Katchoo of â€˜Strangers in Paradiseâ€™, David Mackâ€™s Kabuki and MTVâ€™s The Maxx in 8â€. Made of sturdy plastics and hyper-articulated joints, these figures can be posed in many ways. Each comes with extra hands, accessories, comics or posters and an Isz from the Maxxâ€™s world. Collect all 7 figures and their UPC’s to mail away
Or – “These Days, The Government Agencies Always Go Bad…” Back in the day, the government agent was someone you could trust…Â Dick Tracy.Â Nick Fury.Â King Faraday.Â James Bond.Â The spies were always honest, and they stopped those with ignoble or antisocial points of view, for the good of America and/or Mother Britain.Â In this, the age of irony, we have seen a paradigm shift, where even Nick Fury has admitted that he’s engaged in monstrous behaviors, engaging wars, setting up innocents to be killed, and generally being a jerk.Â For a couple of years now, Invincible has been