'They Don't Care'
February 11, 2003
Mark Amoroso of Blackthorn Game Center in Dickson, Tennessee saw our coverage of Marvel Masterworks being published by Barnes & Noble and retailer Sara Gray's comments on it, and had this to say.
One-Shot in May
February 11, 2003
Wizard Entertainment has announced that it will be publishing Ultimate Anime Games and Yu-Gi-Oh! Guide , a one-shot from InQuest Gamer, in May.
Top 10 Cool Reports for December 2003
February 9, 2003
Our final 2002 Top Ten Cool survey of the sell-through of pop culture products in December serves as a fitting capstone, since the major trends that we have been noticing are evident in abundance.
Serving His Customers
February 5, 2003
Daniel McAbee of The Tangled Web in Spartanburg, South Carolina saw our article on the Barnes & Noble exclusive on trade paperback editions of Marvel Masterworks and the Marvel response, and went about dealing with it.
Newsstand Sell-Through Over 63%
February 2, 2003
Beckett Publications announced that it is shipping 800,000 copies of the upcoming February/March issue of its Yu-Gi-Oh Collector magazine.
Foil Covers on Feb. 1-8 Issue
January 28, 2003
TV Guide examines the Yu-Gi-Oh craze in a cover article for the Feb. 1-8 issue of America's leading television magazine.
Tsunami Line Launches in April
January 23, 2003
In its third consecutive daily press conference today, Marvel announced its new 'tsunami' titles, which consists of a first wave of six new ongoing series, with more to follow later in the year.
Goes Bimonthly in Feb.
January 16, 2003
Wizard Entertainment is changing the name of its anime-themed publication from Wizard Anime Invasion to Wizard Ani me Insider, and ...
Twelve Weekend Mall Events
January 8, 2003
Upper Deck and Konami are kicking off a twelve-week Yu Gi Oh promotional tour this weekend, with events planned for high-profile malls in nine states.
Cartoon Network Down, Kids WB and Nick Up
January 7, 2003
As Cartoon Network increasingly focuses on adult animation, its ratings for kids have been declining, with kid TV powerhouse Nickelodeon and up-and-comer Kids WB taking up the slack.