Marvel Merges Its Universes With ‘Secret Wars’
Jan22

Marvel Merges Its Universes With ‘Secret Wars’

By Hei­di Mac­Don­ald | Jan 21, 2015| Publisher’s Week­ly Com­ic book uni­vers­es are a lit­tle bit easy come, easy go, and in 2015 they are most­ly going. Mar­vel has joined the ranks of the uni­verse smash­ers with a qua­si-reboot in May grow­ing out of an eight-issue mini series called Secret Wars. The move will see the clas­sic “Mar­vel 616” uni­verse which includes all of your favorites such as the Avengers, the X-men and...

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Top Selling Comics & Publisher Market Share: August 2014

by Mat ‘Infe­ri­orego’ Elfring See what the top books and com­pa­nies were for August The num­bers for August are in! Dia­mond Com­ic Dis­trib­u­tors has com­piled the data from August and placed into awe­some tables for math nerds, like us, to stare and enjoy. Let’s get right down to the num­bers. Mar­vel Comics is once again the top dog for the month of August. Includ­ed this month, from the folks at Dia­mond, is a cou­ple of pie...

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Golden Aged Heroes
Oct01

Golden Aged Heroes

By Bet­sy Town­er | AARP Bul­letin Happy 50th, Superheroes! 1963 was a ban­ner year for Amer­i­can cru­saders. “The Amaz­ing Spi­der-Man” com­ic book first hit news­stands in the spring, and the X-Men and the Avengers debuted that autumn. Here, we remem­ber clas­sic heroes who qual­i­fy for their very own AARP mem­ber­ships. Spider-Man Debut: Cre­at­ed a year ear­li­er, Marvel’s Amaz­ing Spi­der-Man earned his own com­ic book in 1963....

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