Dynamite Entertainment sent me their Women of Dynamite Vampirella statue and I did up an unboxing video. The statue is based on the art of J. Scott Campbell and sculpted by Jason Smith for the Brewing Factory. To order your statue, click here.
Last I checked, they still had copies at Gosh Comics in London, priced at £25 (around $30-35), a maximum of two per customer. Maybe not for long. A copy of Alan Moore’s Jerusalem we highlighted earlier in the week has just sold on eBay for $500 with eleven bids. Quite a jump…
I’m a big fan of Black Panther, Ryan Coogler and Chadwick Boseman, so understandably, I’m pretty excited for th standalone movie. The character made a confident start in Civil War, so I can’t wait to see what he does with a whole movie. It seems we might get to know a little about the history of… Read more »
The DC Comics statistics for direct market sales for August 2016 showed them dominating DC Comics. I used the word “humiliated” but some folk really didn’t like that. Shh. You were destroyed & humiliated. I know. 'Cause I read that online. Why won't you feel humiliated & destroyed?! https://t.co/scVSdGWz5n — Dan Slott (@DanSlott) September 19,… Read more »
The Flash’s second season saw Barry struggling with the power of Zoom and a failing ability to run. But he was not the only member of Team Flash to face a difficult year. For Dr. Caitlin Snow and Iris West, the year began with grief, but both characters discovered details about family and alternate selves… Read more »
Marvel representatives have stated that pre-orders for Champions #1 have topped 400,000. That beats out Black Panther #1, Uncanny Avengers #1, in fact anything without a Loot Crate. So how did they get that figure? Well, presumably, not through Loot Crate, which these days adds half a million copies to a comic book. There are certainly lots… Read more »