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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.
Week of September 27, 2016
September 25, 2016
This week’s home entertainment releases include one of this past summer’s biggest comedy hits ( Central Intelligence ), a superior shark-attack thriller, a $160-million adaptation of World of Warcraft , and a masterful film by the man who has been chosen to direct the next Thor movie for Marvel Studios.
'Monstress Vol 1: Awakening' is Number One Pick
November 16, 2016
Amazon’s editors have picked its 20 best graphic novels of 2016.
Factory Entertainment Toy Fair Pics
March 2, 2017
At Toy Fair 2017, ICv2 toured the Factory Entertainment booth to preview new offerings from the maker of high quality licensed toys and collectibles.
Plus new manga from 'Yuri!!! on Ice' creator
October 13, 2017
There was a heavy manga presence at New York Comic Con, where manga publishers announced a number of new titles.
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.
'Black Panther' Now the #1 Superhero Film (Unadjusted)
March 25, 2018
Pacific Rim: Uprising earned an estimated $28 million, as it finally ended the five week reign of Black Panther, but it was a lackluster debut for the $155 million production.
It Takes 'Guts'
October 8, 2018
Next year will be a big year for bestselling comics creator Raina Telgemeier, who announced the release of a new graphic memoir during New York Comic-Con.
Jeff Smith, Raina Telgemeier, Zombies, Bruce Lee, and More
December 19, 2018
Scholastic’s Summer 2019 catalog includes a couple of comics heavy hitters and much more.
Now Certain to Earn Over $1 Billion
January 6, 2019
James Wan's Aquaman topped the box office for the third weekend in a row, remaining on track to set a record for DCU films by topping the charts for four straight weekends.
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