2016


The Top 50 Best-Selling Comics And Graphic Novels In December 2016

Compiled by Diamond Comic Distributors from the comics they have supplied to comic stores, conventions and subscription boxes in North America, across 2016… These are just the unit sales, which also include the free copies overshipped by Marvel on a number of titles. And at least one retailer exclusive cover for Justice League Vs Suicide […]

George R. R. Martin On 2016: Too Much Death

It’s been a hard day for fandom as everyone struggles to come to terms with the passing of actress Carrie Fisher as well as author Richard Adams earlier today. The outpouring of sentiments on social media included both eulogies specific to those who passed away today, as well as a general feeling that 2016 has been a […]


A Look Behind Romani Concerns Expressed At New York Comic Con

A number of Romani comic book fans, concerned regarding the general representation of Romani character in mainstream superhero comic books have organised to ask questions about this topic at a number of diversity-related panels at comic shows over the last couple of years. And no one seemed to really care. Concerns were dismissed or placated and […]


Justin Jordan, Looking For A Home For The Family Trade

As shown off at New York Comic Con, Justin Jordan has a new comic book looking for a home. The Family Trade in ashcan form, written with Nikki Ryan,  painted by Morgan Beem and lettered by Rachel Autumn Deering. We got a rather attractive piece of gothic fantasy storytelling. With a strong central character, Jessa Wynn, […]


The Surprise Appearance At NYCC

By Joe Glass One final surprise of NYCC I only personally discovered on the very last day. Whilst tabling at the LGBT HQ booth, a young man approached and asked me if I knew where the Scruff booth was. “Scruff? Like, the dating app?” “Well, yeah.” I had to say, I was surprised to hear […]


When Carlos Bernard Returns As Tony Almeida In 24: Legacy

Paul Gullas writes, The following contains some minor spoilers for the series premiere of 24: Legacy. “SHOOT HIM AGAIN!” On Saturday afternoon, the NYCC Main Stage auditorium filled with cheers and bloodthirsty hoots of delight, as the audience watched a terrorist getting pumped full of bullets. The 24: Legacy panel kicked off with a special […]

Talking Godzilla: Rage Across Time With Kahil Schweitzer

By Octavio Karbank Ever since I was a child, I’ve had a fascination with giant monsters and giant monster movies. With so many made, there’s sure to be something for every Kaiju-lover. For me, it was Godzilla. That’s why I was ecstatic when IDW started putting out Godzilla-themed comics. From Godzilla: Rulers of Earth to […]

The (Mighty) Power Rangers Comic Book Panel At New York Comic Con

By Octavio Karbank If you’re like me, and are either a fan of comics or Power Rangers, then it probably comes as no surprise that I’m reading, and every much excited, about the current Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers comics line by Boom! Studios. I can only hope you are too. They are really good. Seriously. […]

Sleepy Hollow’s Return At New York Comic Con

By Octavio Karbank Sleepy Hollow has been absent from our lives now for quite some time. Well, that might not be entirely true, but it’s certainly felt that way. With the sudden and dramatic changes at the season of Season 3, many have wondered how, if at all, the show would come back to being […]

From The Mona Lisa To Banksy – The Electric Sublime At New York Comic Con

By Jason Borelli Among the many, many books debuting at New York Comic Con this year was The Electric Sublime from IDW Publishing. Con-goers got a chance to get an advance look at the collaboration from W. Maxwell Prince (Judas: The Last Days) and Martin Marazzo (The Great Pacific, Snowfall, Nighthawk) before it hit comic […]

When Assassination Classroom Comes To New York

by Jason Borelli On the surface, the manga Assassination Classroom seems offbeat, even for Japan. A class consisting of hard-luck cases are looked down upon by other students and their principal, who encourages the scorn. This class has a new teacher: a creature with a huge head, smiley face and tentacle body. He destroyed most […]

When Paul Cornell Had An Idea That Could Only Work With The Third Doctor Who

by Jason Borelli Titan Publishing has wasted little time in establishing their licensed Doctor Who comics. In addition to publishing books covering the modern era of the show (as portrayed by Christopher Eccleston, David Tennant, Matt Smith and Peter Capaldi), miniseries have also been released for past incarnations played by Tom Baker and Paul McGann. […]


Body Confidence And Positivity In Cosplay At New York Comic Con

By Ale Bodden Of all the panels I was able to sit through this year I must say this was the panel I ended NYCC still thinking about. It was short and sweet, and it hit right in the feels. However, all I can think about is designing my cosplay for the next convention I […]

A Personal Perspective On The #BlackComicsMonth Panel At NYCC, With VIDEO

by Ray Flook   When I signed-up to cover #BlackComicsMonth: Diversity/Inclusivity in Comics at this year’s New York Comic Con (NYCC), I was going into it with the hope that the panel would do its part in being the final piece I needed to stitch together a post I’ve had rumbling around in my head […]