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January 8, 2016
The bestselling graphic novels in the comic store channel for 2015.
Column by Marcus King
March 11, 2010
In his inaugural weekly(-ish) column, Marcus King looks at what makes a game successful.
A 25,000 Square Foot Game Store / Restaurant
November 11, 2015
We took advantage of a recent trip to the Seattle area to visit a state-of-the-art game store/café in Bellevue, Washington.
Where Are All the Kids At?
November 24, 2002
Tim Davis of Alternate Reality in Chicago, Illinois sent us this well-thought-out and impassioned plea for publishers to produce comics that can be sold to young children.
Column by Marcus King
March 20, 2016
This week, King talks about opportunity cost.
Pressure on Category as New Games Launch
March 5, 2019
The key feature of the Fall market for collectible game products in the hobby was that only some things were working.
Sales Estimates for September Based on Diamond Indexes and Publisher Title Data
October 17, 2016
These are estimates of the sales on graphic novels by Diamond U.S. to comic specialty stores during September 2016.
In Collectible Games
March 8, 2017
One of the oldest collectible games and the newest were the big movers in the category in the September to December Fall season, according to reports from retailers, distributors, and publishers we interviewed. The Pokemon TCG was on fire for its full 20th Anniversary year, and finished strong.
Plus: 'Death Note' Short Stories and More Marvel Manga
October 11, 2021
The announcements also included a collection of short stories based on Death Note and a new Marvel manga, Secret Reverse.
The Shortsightedness of Manufacturers
June 25, 2002
Yu-Gi-Oh is a hot topic with retailers because they can see that this CCG could be a top seller in the hobby if only enough product were available. Gail Burt of Metropolis Comics contrasts M:TG with Pokemon and has some advice for Upper Deck if they want to make Yu-Gi-Oh a perennial seller.
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