Column by Steve Bennett
January 29, 2007
This week, Bennett looks at his won-loss record on previous columns and the comings and goings of superhero comics.
Witha New Cover By Brett Booth
October 24, 2006
Marvel Comics and the Dabel Brothers are going back to press with the sold-out Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter: Guilty Pleasures #1.
Including Alison Bechdel, Frank Cho and Jeff Smith
September 25, 2006
A Paid Advertisement. The list of guest appearances at New York Comic Con is building rapidly as the countdown to the next show heats up.
Has Written Over 20 YA Novels
February 26, 2006
Marvel Comics has announced the signing of 'youth lit' author Tamora Pierce to an exclusive contract.
Videogames and Variants
August 21, 2005
In Part 3, we talk about whether videogame licenses help or hurt comic sales and the risks and rewards of variant covers and reprints.
Appellate Court Decision Unanimous
June 23, 2005
An Appellate Court panel of five judges unanimously agreed that Judge Charles Ramos had overstepped his bounds in a ruling in the lawsuit brought by Brian Hibbs against Marvel Comics in which the Judge rejected the settlement worked out by the two sides.
Ruling on Appeal By June
February 14, 2005
Retailer Brian Hibbs' class action lawsuit against Marvel Comics (for failure to accept returns) has been dealt a setback by the presiding judge.
Hidden Gems Available For Retailers
April 11, 2004
The 16th annual Eisner Award nominees have been announced.
Strong Support for the CMAA
May 16, 2001
Marvel's unilateral decision to withdraw from the CMAA (Comics Magazine Association of America) and the Comics Code has brought forth strong statements of support for the organization from its other members.