On Graphic Novel Sales, DC's New Graphic Novel Lines
August 7, 2017
We talk about the dip in comic store graphic novel sales and the impact of Wonder Woman on sales, plus DC revealed two new graphic novel lines in the planning stages.
DVD Round-Up: 'King Arthur: Legend of the Sword,' 'Snatched,' 'Wimpy Kid 4,' 'Blindspot,' 'Portlandia,' & 'Tokyo Ravens'
Week of August 8, 2017
August 5, 2017
The Dog Days of August don’t typically see the release of great films on disc, and this week is no exception with three of the summer of 2017’s many box office duds getting home entertainment releases including a frenetic Arthurian fantasy from Guy Ritchie, a rare comic misfire from Amy Schumer, and a failed “reboot” of the Wimpy Kid series, though this week’s lineup is leavened a bit by new seasons of Portlandia and Blindspot as well as the disc debut of Tokyo Ravens .
Week of August 1, 2017
July 30, 2017
The big fall home entertainment releases are still a few weeks away, but this week the caper comedy Going in Style offers sheer entertainment, while the social media-examining The Circle raises plenty of interesting questions, the dark comedy Big Little Lies features a A-level cast in a prestige series that has been nominated for 14 Emmy Awards, while the BBC series Fortitude is a claustrophobic thriller set on the top of the world, and Mobile Suit Gundam: The Origin is a 2015 retelling of the original Gundam TV anime.
Shares Art for 'Wonder Woman: Earth One Vol. 2'
July 20, 2017
San Diego Comic-Con News: Grant Morrison made an unannounced appearance during DC Comics "Meet the Publishers" panel to show off art from his upcoming OGN Wonder Woman: Earth One Vol. 2 .
'Spider-Man: Homecoming' Posts the MCU's Second Worst Drop Ever
July 16, 2017
Matt Reeves' well-reviewed War for the Planet of the Apes won the weekend with an estimated $56.5 million, but, in yet another example of what could be “sequelitis,” War’s debut was down 22% from its predecessor's.
And More 'Jem'
July 7, 2017
While some kids comics publishers are holding on to their big announcements until San Diego Comic-Con, some stories just can't wait, including the news that a webcomic with a huge audience now has a publisher.