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Raised by Accounting for Kickstarter Projects
April 13, 2020
CMON Limited has posted more information on its website about one of the three audit issues that are delaying its 2019 financial statements, a delay which led to the suspension of trading in the stock.
Giving the Money Directly to Stores
April 10, 2020
Comic writer/artist Rob Liefeld is auctioning sketches for comic store relief, linking a store to each sketch and sending them the money directly.
'Exhibit Hall' Allows Fans to Buy from Nearby Stores, Based on Live Inventory
April 10, 2020
Crystal Commerce has launched a virtual game convention on its site, with an exhibit hall where fans can browse and select products, then place the order with a nearby store based on live inventory and geolocation.
Make Mine Manga!
April 9, 2020
Manga was more prominent than ever on the list of the Top 20 Adult Graphic Novels in the book channel.
Social Distancing Hits the Top 20
April 9, 2020
Sales look pretty similar to sales in March 2019, a sign that rumors of panic book buying by readers going under safer-at-home orders may be true.
'Mad' Stalwart Passes at 91
April 9, 2020
Mort Drucker, who did as much as anyone to create the look and feel of Mad Magazine for decades, passed away yesterday of non-coronavirus causes. He was 91.
Plans Online Event on Original Dates
April 9, 2020
GAMA has postponed Origins Game Fair to new Fall dates, and scheduled an online event on the original dates.
Varying Problems, Solutions
April 9, 2020
Two more manga publishers have detailed their plans for releases over the next few months, reflecting multiple problems and approaches to solve them.
April 3, 2020
April 9, 2020
We wanted to see what the graphic novel and merch displays looked like in the midst of the coronavirus lockdown, when mass merchants like Targets were among the few retail stores open.
A Look Back at the Early Days of Distribution in the Business of Geek Culture
April 8, 2020
The coronavirus crisis, which threatens the network of independent retailers and the distributors and publishers that serve them, heightened my interest in looking back at a time when that network was just forming.
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