An ICv2 Release. ICv2 has announced the release of ICv2's Internal Correspondence #84, which is released to the trade by Alliance Game Distributors, Diamond Comic Distributors, ACD Distribution, GTS Distribution, Southern Hobby Supply, AAA Anime, Bookazine, Esdevium, other distributors, and is also available directly from ICv2.
Internal Correspondence #84 is a flip book that covers the hobby game market on one side and graphic novels (including manga) and movies and TV on the other. This issue includes our market reports on the Fall season for both games and comics, plus our evaluations of current trends, a look at what’s selling and why, feature articles, and the Pick Hits to Click for Summer 2014.
For more on the contents of this issue, see "Comic Retailers Optimistic."
Digital copies (PDFs) are available instantly from your favorite DriveThru store. For librarians and educators interested in subscribing to ICv2's Internal Correspondence, order from EBSCO (title #408-601-128), DEMCO (product #60001562), or WT Cox (title #128411).
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If you are a retailer, you can get a free copy. If your distributor is on the list above, just ask for your free copy of Internal Correspondence, or if not, e-mail Dennis Viau at email@example.com to request a copy.
Fall 2013 Markets
Posted by ICv2 on March 12, 2014 @ 1:23 am CT
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