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Free Rack of Titles Not Usually Available in Pop Culture Stores
July 31, 2001
Diamond Comic Distributors is offering retailers a chance to enlarge their offerings of magazines that is virtually without risk. Retailers who sign up for the six-month program get a free, expandable, modular rack that rolls on coasters and is delivered to their stores without any freight costs by UPS.
DVD Rules!
July 24, 2001
The retailer sales numbers that ICv2 has collected for June continue to display the trends that we have seen over the past six months.
One-shot Movie Adaptation
July 18, 2001
Dark Horse Comics announced the acquisition of the license to publish a one-shot comic book adaptation of the Disney/Pixar computer animated film Monsters, Inc.
Also Xander, Star Wars, More
July 10, 2001
The July issue of Diamond Previews includes a shared exclusive (with the Electronics Boutique chain) of Radioactive Man and Fallout Boy figures from the comic-savvy Simpsons TV series (and, of course the Bongo Comics series).
Anime Sources for Retailers
July 4, 2001
This is a directory of anime distributors with links to profile pages, which provide additional information and ordering contacts.
Anime Reviewed In N.Y. Times
June 23, 2001
Jin-Roh: The Wolf Brigade , the most intriguing science fiction anime release since Ghost in the Shell , begins a theatrical run at the Cinema Village in New York City this weekend.
First Star Wars DVD Is ???Loaded???
June 18, 2001
On October 16, Lucasfilm Ltd. and Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment will release the DVD edition of Star Wars: Episode 1 -- The Phantom Menace.
Books that Feature Top Properties
June 4, 2001
The large number of movie/TV books available this season should provide opportunities for a wide range of pop culture stores.
Autographs, Episode II Sneek Peeks
June 3, 2001
The Topps Company is preparing to issue a new series of Star Wars trading cards that features all the top characters.
Pop Culture and the Book World ComeTogether
June 2, 2001
A quick trip around the exhibition floor at Book Expo America demonstrates two very important facts.
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