Dynamite Entertainment has four books arriving in stores this week.Â Take the jump for a sneak peek of The Complete Dracula #4, Army of Darkness: Ash Saves Obama #4, The Boys Definitive Edition Volume 2, and Battlestar Galactica: The Final Five.
Diamond Comic Distributors sent the breakdown of the top comics sold during February 2009.Â Not surprising, Marvel’s Amazing Spider-Man #583 ruled the top spot with the fifth printing of the Obama cover. This lead to Marvel taking the number one position for publishers during the month, grabbing nearly 45% of the dollar share for the month. Batman #686 came in second place with only Justice League of America #30 joining the title in the Top 10 list.Â Buffy once again served Dark Horse Comics well, placing 12th once again.Â Of the series that were canceled by DC in February, Blue
Never wanting to make a Presidential endorsement, President Obama sidestepped a recent grade schooler’s questioning on his favorite superhero. MTV Shows Man, that’s gotta cheese Marvel’s EIC Joe Quesada off. I can just imagine the reaction to the news in the office of the House of Ideas… INT. JQ HQ. DAY An exhausted intern rushes into the palacial office of Joe Quesada quite out of breath. Intern: (out of breath) News from the front, sire! Joe Q: (views the video clip, then becomes quite enraged) He likes Batman too!? We’ve got the guy on the cover of Amazing Spider-Man, the
If you are wondering if newly anointed President Obama is soft on crime, just take a look at this freakin’ awesome action figure of number 44 as he fights Darth Vader, slashes the criminals with his dual katanas, and woos the ladies with his panty-dropping vocals. This is a Japanese figure, and while the main site is delivering up a classic 404 error when you click on the page (no doubt due to the throngs of devotees who are trying to buy three mint condition figures at the same time), it is a sure bet this figure will sell out
When Marvel’s Amazing Spider-Man #583 arrives next week, it will feature a special story featuring Spider-Man fighting those who would prevent President-Elect Obama from being sworn in.Â No, I’m not talking about Rumsfeld and Cheney, but real Spider-Man foes like the Chameleon. â€œWhen we heard that President-Elect Obama is a collector of Spider-Man comics, we knew that these two historic figures had to meet in our comicsâ€™ Marvel Universe,â€ says Marvelâ€™s Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada.Â â€œHistoric moments such as this one can be reflected in our comics because the Marvel Universe is set in the real world.Â A Spider-Man fan moving