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Column by Scott Thorne
February 23, 2020
This week, Scott Thorne shares his picks for the truly game-changing titles through the history of the games industry.
'My Hero Academia' Stays on Top, Junji Ito Hits #3
February 24, 2020
VIZ Media's My Hero Academia was the top manga franchise in the U.S. in the Fall 2019 season.
As Coronavirus Cuts Projections for Year
March 6, 2020
Funko is doubling down on its new games division for 2020, but is projecting a very tough first half with coronavirus delays contributing to lower sales expectations.
From Asmodee Group
March 9, 2020
Gamegenic, one of the studios that is a part of Asmodee Group, announced the release of its Essential Line of TCG accessories for March 11 through March 13.
And Helping their Comic Book and Gaming Customers
March 19, 2020
Ralph DiBernardo of Jetpack Comics shares how they're taking care of their comic book and gaming customers in wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
Column by Milton Griepp
March 24, 2020
The announcement Monday that distribution of new comics to comic stores was being suspended and that one of the largest hobby game distributors was shutting down hit me hard.
Column by Scott Thorne
March 29, 2020
This week, Scott Thorne talks about the situation for retailers in week 2 of the Covid-19 lockdown, and offers an obituary for small press game publisher Bill Levy.
An ICv2 Editorial Event
April 27, 2020
Despite the coronavirus crisis, sales of kids graphic novels are continuing to grow, with sales of the Top 20 Kids Graphic Novels in March up over the same month a year ago.
Sales Estimates for March Based on Diamond Indexes and Publisher Title Data
April 29, 2020
These are estimates of the sales on graphic novels by Diamond U.S. to comic specialty stores during March 2020.
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.
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