Column by Chris O'Neal
November 7, 2017
Chris O'Neal looks the ins and outs of licensing, and reveals the title of the new game.
Column by Rob Salkowitz
November 6, 2017
Several strands of comics culture braided together in the Pacific Northwest last weekend, creating an interesting conceptual alternative to crowded, commercial mega-conventions.
Column by Scott Thorne
November 6, 2017
This week, Scott Thorne shares some Facebook stats on holiday shopping.
Week of November 7, 2017
November 5, 2017
This week’s home entertainment releases include a rare Pixar failure, the first seasons of the HBO sci-fi series Westworld , and Guillermo Del Toro’s animated fantasy Trollhunters, plus the 15th season of Family Guy , a 50th Anniversary Speed Racer giftset, a collection of all 30 DC direct-to-disc animated movies, and Your Name , one of the best anime feature films of this decade.
4th Biggest Opening of 2017 So Far
November 5, 2017
Sequelitis may be infecting other sectors of Hollywood, but the Marvel Cinematic Universe has managed to overcome the box office law of diminishing returns once again with its third Thor film, Thor: Ragnarok , which debuted with $121 million, the fourth largest opening of 2017 so far.
Column by Steve Bennett
November 1, 2017
This week, Bennett talks about Robert Kirkman’s non-zombie series and the Hallmark Channel pushing the Christmas promotion a bit too far.
Column by Scott Thorne
October 30, 2017
This week, Scott Thorne looks at the new Magic: The Gathering holiday product, who it targets, and how.
Week of October 31, 2017
October 29, 2017
Typically having five release dates in a month means meager offerings in the final week, but it’s now the fourth quarter, so we have one of the summer’s more interesting failures, a moderately-budgeted adaptation of Stephen King’s The Dark Tower , plus the first season of the Robert Kirkman-created horror series Outcast , and a full house of holiday-targeting “complete series” releases from the BBC that includes the geek favorite series Orphan Black and Sherlock .
'Jigsaw' Tops Weak Domestic Session With $16.25 Million
October 29, 2017
With the domestic October box office going out with a pathetic whimper, Thor: Ragnarok opened in about 52% of the world market and earned an impressive $107.6 million.
Column by Steve Bennett
October 25, 2017
This week, Steve Bennett looks at his history retailing BD, and some favorites from the wide range of titles available.
Column by Rob Salkowitz
October 23, 2017
Acquiring MCM is a huge move for ReedPOP in both relative and absolute terms.
Column by Scott Thorne
October 23, 2017
This week, Scott Thorne takes a deeper look at the Games Workshop – WizKids deal.
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