Jeffrey Eyser from the ‘Revenge Of’ local comics shop in L.A. is the guest during Episode #559!
I recently came across a story here on MajorSpoilers about Local Comic Shop Day! I had to know—just what is that event?
Saturday, May 7, was the first “real” Free Comic Book Day we’ve seen in a few years! I think it went very well!
BOOM! Studios recently announced that Someone Is Killing the Children #21 will come out in March, 2022, after the previous issue arrived in September of this year. When did comics taking breaks become popular, even acceptable?
Every week, we get more and more announcements that a “known” comics creator is starting a blog or related content on Substack. Is this what comic books want to be when they grow up?
Local comics shops are doing the very best they can these days! However, I recently came across three stores, all within five miles of each other, that are doing things very differently!
Marvel has recently cancelled several titles including Dr. Strange, Ghost Rider, and Strikeforce. The interesting part is that they happened publicly.
On Friday, DC shook up the comics industry by ending their long affiliation with Diamond Comics Distributors. Now what?
I was reading a recent interview with Image Comics Publisher Eric Stephenson about the “state…
Saturday was what some folks call “Free Comic Book Day Lite,” otherwise known as Halloween ComicFest.
Looks like this second FCBD each year is picking up steam, which makes me as a fan of the comics industry very happy!
For a long time, I’ve been saying that a theater showing a comics-related movie ought…
Something that’s been happening more and more in the comics industry is the effort to…
The last several days I’ve been reading from several sources about another company, GameStop, and their experiment with selling DC and Marvel comics in a limited number of their stores.
All I can say is, go, GameStop, go!
These days, a lot of folks are turning to trade paperbacks instead of what some now call “floppies” or individual issues. (I guess they use that term since computer discs have largely fallen out of favor.)
There are good and bad aspects to this, so I thought I’d elaborate a little on them.