Katie Green's 'Lighter Than My Shadow' Tops List
November 8, 2017
Amazon’s editors have picked their top 20 graphic novels of 2017.
Column by Steve Bennett
November 22, 2017
This week, Steve Bennett looks at the world of dog comics.
DVD Round-Up: 'Despicable Me 3,' 'American Assassin,' 'The Simpsons,' 'Twin Peaks,' 'Fargo,' & 'Sailor Moon'
Week of December 5, 2017
December 3, 2017
This week’s home entertainment releases include 2017’s most popular animated film (so far), the latest seasons of The Simpsons and Fargo as well as the revived Twin Peaks , and the third season of the new Sailor Moon series.
Plus 'Green Hornet' Relaunch
December 20, 2017
Dynamite has new series planned for Pathfinder (with Starfinder ) and Green Hornet in March.
As Trade Book Sales Grow
January 23, 2018
Kids graphic novels were a bright spot in the book business, according to information released by The NPD Group.
See How Many Copies the Top 20 Sold
February 9, 2018
This reporting on the actual sales reported by NPD BookScan on the Top 20 Adult Graphic Novels helps see the relative sales on the bestsellers, and is also instructive when compared to the sales for other graphic novel subcategories in the book channel, or to sales in the comic store channel.
From Dynamite Entertainment
February 9, 2018
Here's a preview of Jim Butcher's The Dresden Files: Dog Men HC, published by Dynamite Entertainment.
Using a Web Store, Newsletter, Watching the Subs, More
February 15, 2018
"People are nostalgic for Golden Apple. This place meant something to their childhood or their yesteryears."
Suggestions for Fans of 'Tokyo Ghoul,' 'My Hero Academia,' 'Dragon Ball,' and 'Legend of Zelda'
February 28, 2018
What are the series to suggest to fans of the current big hits?
Week of March 6, 2018
March 4, 2018
This week’s home entertainment releases include Taika Waititi's fun-loving Thor: Ragnarok, Greta Gerwig's critically acclaimed slice-of-life drama Lady Bird, an underrated holiday film, the first season of Donald Glover's innovative Atlanta TV series, and two fascinating documentaries, one from the BBC and another from pioneering female director Agnes Varda.