BOOM! Studios today announced the new DAY ONE RETAILER SUPPORT SERVICES PROGRAM, an industry-first plan to immediately support comic shops and their communities worldwide.
It is odd that we are looking at the top selling comics for March 2020 today, as most of the month suffered from shutdowns as the United States of America reacted to the CoVID-19 virus. Even with a lower number of comics selling, Spider-Woman #1 is still the tops.
Under the robust new program, comic book readers will have more variety of content and immediate access to stories that have never been available on digital platforms.
Things changed over the weekend, as Alterna Comics announced it has officially departed Diamond Comic Distributors.
Comic Con International has announced that the San Diego Comic-Con 2020 has been official canceled amid Covid-19 concerns.
BOOM! Studios has signed a two-year TV first look deal with Netflix for live action and animated series.
Today, the publisher reopens its Magnetic Press webstore, offering introductory discounts on backlist titles, new releases, exclusive merchandise, and the ability to preorder upcoming releases directly.
As we all turn an eye toward the future, The Kubert School will be waiving its application fee throughout the month of April for students applying for our upcoming 2020/2021 school year.
Humanoids has announced it is pushing its publishing slate several months due to COVID-19, but the company is working to make sure those comics will arrive on their new dates.
The first Wednesday without new paper comics has come and gone, and the Coronavirus is still rocking the industry! Could we have seen the last of Diamond Comics Distributors?
Kodansha USA Publishing has made the decision to shift on sale dates for many of its spring and summer 2020 print titles to later in the year.
Dark Horse Comics is teaming with Asmodee Entertainment to bring many of the game publisher’s properties to our coffee tables with a series of tabletop gaming art books.
Dynamite announces an immediate pause to all digital distribution for new comic book releases with an original release date starting with April 1.
The famed Kubert School is proud to announce, for the first time in its history, that it will be offering an online studies program to the general public beginning Wednesday evening, April 15th.