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The Natural Way

The Manster fills in for Sir Jon and discusses with Ganache a whole bunch of comic show casting news, and react to some new trailers released in the last few weeks. After that things get festive as Dem Boyz discuss some favorite contemporary Christmas songs, and read off the picks of friends of The Pint. Read More

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Those That Are About to Die (Again)

  I spent a couple of hours yesterday watching the pilot episodes of the new comic book based series on the CW Network, DC’s LEGENGS OF TOMORROW. It’s been a widely anticipated show, gathering together a group of characters introduced on both the CW’s other DC Comics’ based shows, ARROW and THE FLASH. Some previews Read More

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I GOTS COMICS (and some other stuff)

So I have a lot of comics to sell, amongst some other stuff. If you’re looking for something, message me through the page and I’ll get back to you. What I have: Comic books from the 60’s to current, but piecemeal stuff. I have no complete series. If you’re looking for a lot of early Read More

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26 Comics that Affected Me

Spreading the word about excellent comic book series has always been a passion of mine. Typically I tend to focus on one or a small handful at a time, giving each a good amount of attention, hopefully sending some interested parties to them. For this, I’ll be picking a single title from each letter of Read More

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NBM Publishing 40 Years in Business

NBM has been a key publisher of esoteric works for 40 years now, and are celebrating by redesigning their logo. As a fond fan of their publications, I’d like to celebrate with them by giving them a showcase here. If you like fantasy, translated works from France, Germany or Spain (and beyond), non-fiction works or Read More

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State of the Industry – December 2015

The final month of 2015 had sales of comics settle down somewhat, as the Xmas shopping season drove to a conclusion. Comic titles with sales of 100k or more dropped from 13 in November to six for this month. DC and Marvel split the top six with three each, with Marvel taking six of the Read More

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Sir Jon’s Comic Book Review – Swamp Thing #1

DC Comics have done little to attract my attention as a reader since the inception of their “New 52” Universe, which drove me away in ways my similes and metaphors cry about. Some things, mostly from their withered Vertigo line of titles, find me interested, if I’m not at least skimming them. A few ideas Read More

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State of the Industry — November 2015

Comic sales changed little in the month since October, yet so, so much. In October, an unprecedented number of fourteen titles (unprecedented by current distribution standards) sold over 100k issues each to retailers in the North American market. For November, the trend continued, dropping slightly to only a lucky thirteen titles selling over 100k. DC Read More

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Shopping Suggestions 4: The Quest for Hope

A fourth edition for the 2015 Xmas shopping season starts with a recap for those that don’t wish to hit all the earlier posts. The list, in order of department: Comics: Knights of the Dinner Table from KenzerCo. Atomic Robo, formerly of Red 5 Comics, now at IDW Publishing. Infinite Kung-Fu, a Top Shelf top Read More

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Beer is the Answer

“Ah, good ol’ trustworthy beer. My love for you will never die.” ~ Homer Simpson While covering the 2015 New York Comic Con for another website, I attended a panel that crossed over into the areas of brewing and comic books. I was curious as to how a panel with decidedly different interests might operate, Read More

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Charlton Comics

Charlton Comics, the little company that almost could, has a strange history that’s been researched and bandied about the comic book community for decades. Numerous people have dug into the oftentimes bizarre setup that kept Charlton printing their extremely low-budget titles that occasionally struck gold. For fans of the company, historians of comics or of Read More

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