'With Everybody on Board and Feeling Unified as One Industry, I Think We Can Do It.'
May 13, 2020
We talked to GFE CEO Steve Geppi about the campaign to learn more about it.
Kids' Market Stays Solid in Tough Times
May 12, 2020
Kids graphic novels are still growing despite pandemic shutdowns.
Spot the Differences
May 11, 2020
The chart includes new releases that were distributed in the book channel but not in comic stores due to the Diamond Comic Distributors shutdown.
Big Impact in the First Full Month of Coronavirus Impact
May 11, 2020
While the bookstore closures and other coronavirus effects have not wiped out adult graphic novel sales, they have definitely had a big impact.
World According to Griepp: The Origins of Distributor-Produced Advance Order Catalogues ('Previews,' 'GTM,' 'Meeple Monthly')
And Why They Should Die in the Coronavirus Era
May 7, 2020
It's time to lay them to rest. They're an anachronism, and have been for at least a decade.
As Collectibles Continue Surprising Quarantine Performance
May 5, 2020
Original art by five premier artists drew six figure prices in last week's $9 million Heritage Auction, with comics, Pokemon, and video games all bringing strong prices as well.
Column by Scott Thorne
May 4, 2020
This week, Scott Thorne looks at Konami’s organized play announcement and shares a thoughtful piece by Chad Boudreau of ComicReaders in Regina, Saskatchewan about the future of games and organized play in their store.