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Get Free Stuff, Win Great Prizes!
April 9, 2002
An ICv2 release. ICv2, with the support of sponsors Topps, Diamond Comic Distributors, and WizKids, LLC, is launching its 'May Movie Moolah' promotion today...
Five Extra Pages in Every Book
April 8, 2002
Marvel has announced final details of its May Insert program, which will encompass every comic the publisher will release that month to sample the additional readers that are expected to pick up comics as a result of the Spider-Man movie.
THQ Also Developing 'The Call'
April 8, 2002
Marvel announced a new agreement today with THQ, Inc to create a series of videogames based on the classic Marvel characters Captain America , The Punisher , and Nick Fury .
Is Jemas the Vince McMahon of Comics?
April 7, 2002
Jemas will write six issues of a comic that will be known as The Marvel while Peter David will continue to write Captain Marvel , a low circulation title whose life will be extended to compete against The Marvel .
May End Up as TV Series
April 7, 2002
Comics2Film reports that Dimension Films has bagged its adaptation of Marvel's Cloak And Dagger.
Publishers Consider Litigation Against Bank
April 4, 2002
In addition to listing the amount that LPC owes CDS, PW's article also provided the amounts that LPC listed for its top three unsecured creditors, all publishers of graphic novels.
Behind Marvel, Dreamwave, Dark Horse, CrossGen
April 1, 2002
Comic and graphic novel orders from pop culture stores jumped sharply in April, posting the best dollar total since January and ending four consecutive months of seasonal declines.
80s Titles Top Comic and Graphic Novel Lists
April 1, 2002
Both the top-selling comic and the top-selling graphic novel ordered by pop culture retailers for April are for properties initially popular in the US in the 1980s.
A Look At Movie Merchandising Prospects in 2002
March 29, 2002
ICv2's second annual look at the merchandising potential of Hollywood movies comes at what could be described as both the 'worst of times' and the 'best of times' for selling tie-in goods.
3 Books Will Not Face 25-Cent Hikes
March 28, 2002
Newsarama is reporting that Marvel Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada has decided against a 25 cent increase in the cover price of three low-selling titles, Captain Marvel , Black Panther , and Spider-Girl . Michael Doran of Newsarama quotes Quesada and Captain Marvel writer Peter David, who both indicate that Marvel will maintain current cover prices
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