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'LEGO Ninjago' Falters, 'Friend Request' Denied
September 24, 2017
Once again a comic book-based movie topped the box office, only this time it wasn’t a superhero film.
With Variant Covers
September 19, 2017
Marvel will welcome back the original Jean Grey with a series of variant covers in December.
More 'Marvel Legacy' Reveals
September 19, 2017
The creative teams for three more Marvel Legacy titles have been revealed.
Plus 'Marvel Two-in-One: Fate of the Four'
September 15, 2017
Marvel revealed five new Marvel Legacy series covers and creative teams.
Sales Estimates for August Based on Diamond Indexes and Publisher Title Data
September 11, 2017
These are estimates of the sales on comic books by Diamond U.S. to comic specialty stores during August 2017.
Sales Estimates for August Based on Diamond Indexes and Publisher Title Data
September 11, 2017
These are estimates of the sales on graphic novels by Diamond U.S. to comic specialty stores during August 2017.
'Marvel's Inhumans' Nets Negative Reactions With IMAX Screenings
September 03, 2017
This was the first Labor Day weekend in 25 years that didn’t include the debut of a new film in more than 1,000 theaters, and while that lack of competition led to minimal week-to-week drops for the holdovers, it also produced the lowest grossing Labor D
Worst Weekend for the Top 12 Films SInce September of 2001
August 27, 2017
Hurricane Harvey shut down theaters in much of South Texas, and the much ballyhooed fight between boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. and MMA fighter Connor McGregor helped lower Saturday attendance as Hollywood limped to the end of a disappointing summer season wi
More 'Marvel Legacy' Revelations
August 21, 2017
In Marvel’s ongoing marketing push for Marvel Legacy , the publisher has revealed more covers and creative teams.
August 2017 Box Office Now Down 34% From 2016
August 20, 2017
The R-rated action comedy The Hitman’s Bodyguard , which stars Samuel L. Jackson and Ryan Reynolds topped the weekend box office with a better-than-expected $21.5 million, but Hollywood’s late summer swoon continued as ticket revenues were down 44.7% f
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