Results 660-670 of 679
Sort by: Date | Relevancy
East Meets West In New Urban Vinyl Figure
June 18, 2002
A Paid Advertisement. The everyday street life of Hong Kong is making its way to the U.S. in the form of Eric So's 'Estate' Sam Lee Previews Exclusive Vinyl Figure, available only from Diamond Comic Distributors!
It Didn't Work Here
May 6, 2002
Ron Savino of Ron's Collectors World and Jim Schifeling from Acme Comics share thoughts on how FCBD didn't work out at their stores.
The 'Call' of Duty Starts in June with 'The Brotherhood'
May 1, 2002
Marvel Comics used its conference call with the comics press today to outline plans for three new reality-based comic series.
Alias Scribe To Pen Script
February 16, 2002
This week Variety announced that Will McG, the director of Charlie's Angels , had been signed to direct the next film in the Superman franchise.
What about Quality?
January 11, 2002
Marvel's new hardcover program continues to draw retailer response. Here's a different take from a retailer who's more concerned about production quality than price -- Terry Allen of Bonanza Books and Comics in Modesto, California.
Strasser on Hovorka
January 5, 2002
A couple of weeks ago, we published a story on Marvel's new hardcover program for 2002. Here's a continuation of a dialogue between Ilan Strasser of Fat Moose Comics and Games and Tricia Hovorka of TalesofWonder.com.
He Doesn't Like It
December 9, 2001
Ilan Strasser of Fat Moose Comics Comics and Games in Whippany, New Jersey, took issue with the way Marvel is pricing its upcoming hardcover books.
More Retailers Have Something To Say
November 14, 2001
We've continued to receive comments on Marvel's Walmart program from pop culture stores. This is the fourth such series of comments we've published.
Bows September 25
August 13, 2001
Based on the popular shojo manga title by Clamp, X is a fascinating take on the post-apocalypse science fiction/fantasy adventure.
Marvel's Mangaverse and Kia Asamiya's DC Covers
July 10, 2001
There is no doubt that manga's influence on American comics appears to be growing. Witness two stories that appeared on Newsarama this week. Michael Doran broke the story of Marvel's plan for an eight-title Marvel ' Mangaverse ' event planned for January, 2002, while Matt Brady detailed plans at DC Comics to use manga artist Kia Asamiya (Silent Moebius, Dark Angel) for a series of Titans covers.
<< < 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 [67] 68 >