Column by Steve Bennett
September 21, 2016

This week, Bennett discusses Monsters Unleashed, G.I. Joe, Darkwing Duck, the Atlantic magazine, and more.

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Column by Scott Thorne
September 19, 2016
This week, Thorne takes a look at the historical miniatures business, and why it stopped getting new customers when it moved online.
Week of September 20, 2016
September 18, 2016
This week’s home entertainment offerings include new Blu-ray editions of classic, cult-hit Stephen King miniseries, a compendium of all extant Twin Peaks sagas, more of the revived Doctor Who , and a couple of 2016 movie sequels that flopped, though one of them isn’t all that bad.
'Bridget Jones,' 'Blair Witch' Sequels Disappoint
September 18, 2016
This weekend proved to be one of the worst of the year at the box office with total earnings of $74.6 million, just a shade ($136K) away from matching the worst frame of 2016.
Column by Paul Levitz
September 15, 2016
No, not that other side. Don’t write obits yet. I’m talking about the other side of our industry.
Column by Steve Bennett
September 14, 2016
This week, Bennett discusses how digital comics didn't destroy print, and talks about how Hoopla has helped him discover a new series.
Column by Rob Salkowitz
September 13, 2016
Amazon is up to some new tricks in its ongoing takeover of the retail universe.
'We've Always Been the Shop Where Everybody Goes'
September 12, 2016
In Business 3x3, a business retailer or executive will share their experience with three things they’ve done right, three things they’ve done wrong, and what else they’ve learned along the way.
Column by Scott Thorne
September 12, 2016
This week, Thorne looks at some possible outcomes of the Fantasy Flight – Games Workshop split.
Week of September 13, 2016
September 11, 2016
After months of nondescript home entertainment releases, it’s blockbuster time.
'Adult Drama' Earns $35.5 Million
September 11, 2016
Clint Eastwood’s Sully , a recreation of the “miracle on the Hudson” starring Tom Hanks as airline pilot Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger, easily topped the weekend box office with a $35.5 million debut, the best bow ever for the weekend after Labor Day, which traditionally marks the appearance of the first “adult dramas” with Oscar pretentions.
Column by Rob Salkowitz
September 6, 2016
Tablets and phones are growing in popularity as platforms for reading, but digital in general still lags far behind print editions in terms of overall uptake.
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