WarnerMedia Joins Disney, Netflix in Stance on Filming in Georgia

AT&T's WarnerMedia Considers $16-$17/Month Streaming Service; DC Universe Future in Doubt?

Remember WarnerMedia's plan to have a three-tiered streaming service system in place? Well, in the ever-changing world of streaming services things have a tendency to change – so scratch all of that. The Wall Street Journal reports that WarnerMedia CEO John Stankey revealed the move to a single-tier system to analyst Craig Moffett of MoffettNathanson. […]

GameStop to Trial Selling Monthly Comics in Ten Days

Once upon a time, James Parker took the Hastings chain and put direct market comics into the chain store, creating hundreds of new comic stores ordering from Diamond Comic Distributors. And, it seems, that side of the firm worked really well, launching exclusive cover variants even as the rest of the store atrophied, and the stores closed. […]

Love And Rockets Becomes A Monthly Comic (NOT), From September

They had a very successful Free Comic Book Day. Fantagraphics originally published Love And Rockets in the eighties as an ongoing not-monthly magazine, the schedule of which became more erratic, before moving to separate mini-series and graphic novels. But in September, it is becoming a monthly comic book, in the standard US comic book size. […]

TMNT Universe With Kevin Eastman And Bill Sienkiewicz – A Second Turtles Monthly Comic From IDW

IDW Publishing will launch a second ongoing comic series based on Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles in August. Paul Allor and Damian Couceiro create a dangerous new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles foe — the U.S. government. While in a back up strip, TMNT co-creator Kevin Eastman teams with Bill Sienkiewicz. Freddie E Williams II of Batman/TMNT will do covers. This new spin-off series will spotlight characters […]

Ed Piskor's Hip-Hop Family Tree To Go Monthly From Fantagraphics

The Hip-Hop Family Tree books from Ed Kiskor, telling a history of hip hop music through the imagery of comic books of the time has been a successful and critically acclaimed series of graphic novels. But now Fantagraphics are "uncollecting" the books into a monthly comic book series featuring new material, with thirteen issues already […]