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Surprising Strength in Weak Month
September 11, 2001
The initial advance orders to Diamond Comic Distributors for comics shipping in September showed surprising strength this year, with an increase of around 6% vs. August.
Quantity Estimates Based on Diamond Indexes and External Title Data
September 11, 2001
Estimated quantities for the top 300 comics ordered by pop culture stores for shipping in August, 2001.
First U.S. Shojo Publisher
September 5, 2001
The key to the development of a market for Viz's shojo titles is the mostly shojo Animerica Extra anthology magazine which has more than doubled its circulation during the past year.
We Are Never Going To Overprint
September 4, 2001
At today's Marvel Press Conference, President and COO Bill Jemas announced that pre-orders for Marvel's October books were the highest (both in dollar and unit terms) since December of 1996, when the numbers were buoyed by the Onslaught crossover with DC.
Plus the Return of Pan & Scan
September 3, 2001
Two recent trends are the lowering of SRPs on backlist titles and an increasing interest in 'pan & scan' versions.
FF and Iron Man Games in Pipe
August 29, 2001
Activision has added Fantastic Four and Iron Man to its roster of Marvel properties, which already includes X-Men, Spider-Man and Blade .
Will Smallville Change the Superhero Ethos?
August 27, 2001
In an article in today's Los Angeles Times , staff writer Geoff Boucher asks whether Superman is 'Undressed for Success?' in Smallville , the new WB television series that chronicles the Man of Steel's teenage years.
Yellow Brick Road Leads To 7th Heaven
August 19, 2001
Variety reports that David Hayter, the screenwriter who wrote the first X-Men movie and is about to hand in a script for the sequel, is writing a pilot for a new television series based on the 45 novels in L. Frank Baum's Wizard of Oz series.
Enters Long Pipeline of Marvel Flicks
August 13, 2001
Variety is reporting that in ongoing negotiations, the union representing Canadian actors has offered a no-strike agreement to 20th Century Fox so the studio can begin shooting its Daredevil film in Montreal as early as November.
Demonstrates Shojo's Potential
August 13, 2001
Robert Boyd of LPC, the company that sells Tokyopop titles to bookstores, told ICv2 that Sailor Moon sells better than any of the other graphic novels his company reps by a factor of 'at least' 1.5.
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