The Fox is back, and Wayne Hall has a few excited thoughts about his return.
Accomplished creator Jeff Lemire has signed an exclusive contract with Image Comics, now his comics “home” for the foreseeable future.
As pointed out in the Major Spoilers review, Avengers #50 came with a price tag of $9.99. Granted it was a triple-sized issue, but now that the $10 mark is in our sights, can issue prices continue to rise beyond that?
The Holiday Season is upon us again, so maybe we should be thinking about giving digital comics in 2021?
That Green Arrow guy is in the news a lot these days! There’s a team-up series coming with Ollie and Aquaman, which I hope will lead to more of this kind of thing!
It’s the topic that never dies! Can the comics industry move away from local comics shops and go completely digital?
Immortal Hulk is ending with #50. After that, Donny Cates and Ryan Ottley will take their turn trying to solve the problem that is the Hulk.
James Tynion IV has announced that Batman #108 sold over 200,000 copies. That’s big news!
These days, I sometimes can’t be sure if I’m reading a Marvel comic or a DC!
I read Christopher Rondeau’s review of Spider-Man: Spider’s Shadow #1 about the comic that asks, “What if Spider-Man never shed the symbiote?” I had to wonder, what if we had more “What If” stories?
If you’re going to buy Image Comics’ The Art of AMC’s The Walking Dead Universe, I hope you enjoy it! Sadly, that doesn’t include me!
I read with interest that BOOM! Studios will be releasing a hardcover edition of the first 12 issues of Once & Future by Kieron Gillen and Dan Mora. I searched long and hard for the softcover collected edition of those issues, so why would I even consider buying the hardcover edition?
San Diego Comic-Con has scheduled an in-person event over Thanksgiving weekend this year. Will it work?
As found here at MajorSpoilers.com, Marvel Comics and Penguin Random House Publisher Services signed a distribution agreement that will begin starting October 1.