Mad Magazine Illustrator George Woodbridge Dies at 73
January 22, 2004
George Woodbridge, a cartoonist and illustrator whose works graced the pages of Mad Magazine back in the humor magazine's heyday, died this week at the age of 73.
And Moves a Distribution Hub
January 15, 2004
Advanced Marketing Services, the parent company of Publisher's Group West, has admitted providing clients with inaccurate figures concerning the circulation of its magazines and catalogs during a four-year period from 1999-2003.
XEVOZ Has an Elaborate Backstory
January 15, 2004
Hasbro is set to release a new action figure game with 5' figures.
Phenomenon, Controversy, Flop of the Year
December 29, 2003
Our Phenomenon of the Year is apparent every time you open a distributor's catalog, while our 'Flop' of the Year would be a big hit for some publishers.
Phenomenon, Deal of the Year
December 28, 2003
Our Phenomenon of the Year is a new force driving anime sales, while the biggest deal of 2003 in anime may have been the one that wasn't done.
Debuting in August
December 4, 2003
A spokesperson for Wizards of the Coast has confirmed to ICv2 that WotC will be issuing a Star Wars Collectible Miniatures Game .
With 15-City Mall Tour
December 3, 2003
Wizards of the Coast has announced that it will launch its highly anticipated Duel Masters collectible card game (CCG) in March 2004.
For Well-Heeled Collectors
November 30, 2003
Sideshow Collectibles has released images of its new 1:4 scale Dracula figure featuring the likeness of horror legend Bela Lugosi.
Navia Drapt Features a Flip-Dial System
November 25, 2003
Bandai America has announced the June release of Navia Drapt , an original collectible miniatures game which combines elements of chess with a fantasy backstory, and offers a multitude of strategic possibilities thanks to a unique flip-dial system.
Licenses 'Classic' Versions' of Characters
November 9, 2003
Bowen Designs has signed a new agreement with Marvel allowing it to begin production of more statues and mini-busts featuring 'classic versions.'