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First Titles Launch in February
August 30, 2016
New comics publisher already has development deals on future titles.
First New Series Launch in February
August 30, 2016
New comics publisher Vault Comics has announced the first titles it will launch, and news on development deals for several titles.
The Latest Summer Horror Release to Surprise
August 28, 2016
Fede Alvarez’ horror thriller Don’t Breathe topped the weekend box office with an estimated $26.1 million, earning roughly 2.6 times as much as it cost to make on its first weekend of domestic release.
Targets $1B in Category Sales by 2019
August 25, 2016
GameStop Corp., which operates over 7500 stores in 14 countries, wants to be the “global leader” in retailing collectibles merchandise.
Column by Steve Bennett
August 24, 2016
This week, Bennett discusses how modern movie fandom has become a full-time investment.
Week of August 23, 2016
August 21, 2016
As the late summer doldrums ebb, home entertainment releases are ratcheting up, especially in the TV category with this week’s complement of five comic book-based TV series including the initial seasons of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow , Lucifer , and Ash v
16 Big Budget Films Have Flopped So Far in 2016
August 21, 2016
Warner Bros.’ Suicide Squad moderated its box office free fall, dropping just 52% in its third weekend as it topped the box office with an estimated $20.7 million.
Sales Estimates for July Based on Diamond Indexes and Publisher Title Data
August 15, 2016
These are estimates of the sales on comic books by Diamond U.S. to comic specialty stores during July 2016.
Sales Estimates for July Based on Diamond Indexes and Publisher Title Data
August 15, 2016
These are estimates of the sales on graphic novels by Diamond U.S. to comic specialty stores during July 2016.
'Sausage Party' Surprises
August 14, 2016
Suicide Squad , fresh off setting all sorts of August box office records last weekend, followed the lead of Batman v. Superman (-69%), tumbling 67.3% in its sophomore session, though at $43.8 million it still had more than enough box office muscle to hold
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