I thought this week I’d talk about why NYCC is important for the industry as well as what I felt works on many levels.
What happened between Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi? No one knows – no, seriously, no one knows as anything that might have been written or released has been removed from continuity. Now, Marvel Comics is taking its Star Wars comic book series into a realm of the unknown in January 2020!
Oni Press is proud to announce the publication of the next book by Strange Fruit: Uncelebrated Narratives from Black History creator Joel Christian Gill, detailing his upbringing and relationship to the violence that surrounded it.
Dark Horse Comics and Panda Mony Toys are excited to announce a new publishing partnership based on Panda Mony Toy’s line of exciting and unique human-animal hybrid figures, Alter Nation!
Valiant Entertainment is taking its comic book characters and sending them to Harper Collins for a series of young adult novels. Kicking off the new YA novel line will be Faith: Taking Flight from author Julie Murphy.
Random House Graphic has jumped into the YA reader market with four graphic novels arriving in the first quarter of 2020.
Lion Forge has donated $100,000.00 of seed money to Binc to establish this special fund for comic shops.
Days before the doors open to the convention hall for this year’s pop culture spectacle of New York Comic Con, Lion Forge announces Gail Simone to attend the show to debut Catalyst Prime: Seven Days, the widely anticipated event which will determine the future of comics’ most diverse and and inclusive superhero universe!
Creators Evan Dorkin, Veronica Fish, and Andy Fish bring us back to the Blackwood College campus with the new four-issue series Blackwood: The Mourning After, starting February 2020!
Dark Horse has announced a new statue for The Last of Us Part II fans out there – a statue based on central character Ellie.
Abrams ComicArts returns to the New York Comic Con next week, and has released its panel schedule for the show.
Zenescope Entertainment has announced its plans for New York Comic Con 2019.
Titan Comics will be at the New York Comic Con (Booth #2142), and has released a rundown of show exclusives, debuts, signings, and more.
Marvel has announced it panel line-up for the New York Comic Con that kicks off on October 3, 2019 at the Javits Center in NYC.