This is a list of the top 10 comics for March. The list is compromised and created according to the information provided by Diamond Comic Distributors, the world’s largest distributor of comics, graphic novels, and pop culture merchandise. Top 10 Comics of March are: 1 PRINCESS LEIA #1 2
1700 Broadway, New York has DC Comics address for the past 75 years. This Friday, they have closed their doors and relocated to sunny Burbank in California! The reason for the move is so that DC can be closer to their partner, Warner Bros. Studios (the people behind Batman vs Superman,
Diamond Comic Distributors has just announced their latest agreement with a graphic novel publisher, TPub. The British comic book/graphic novel publisher specializes in suspense, terror, and mystery (with a hint of humor). The publisher was created in 2011 and up until now, their products were only available in the UK.
This July, DC Comics and IDW Publishing will have a crossover out of this world… literally. The six-issue miniseries crossover will be written by long-time Star Trek writer Mike Johnson and penciled by Angel Hernández. The crossover will be putting together Green Lantern and Star Trek. The crossover involves The Green Lantern Corps being sent
What will in the cards for the X-Men when the dust settles and “Secret Wars” comes to a close? In an interview with Comic Book Recources, Marvel’s Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso talks a little about what to expect from the “X-Men” franchise once “Secret Wars” blows over. “…to build an entire
With April now here, the inevitable is upon us: Deadpool will die…maybe. In “Deadpool #45,” our favorite Merc with the Mouth will be killed off. This last issue will mark the 250th issue in total in the “Deadpool” series. In an interview with Nerdist, Gerry Duggan talks about issue #250
IDW Publishing’s Orphan Black #1, written by series co-creator John Fawcett and arriving in shops in advance of the third season premiere, is the best-selling comic book of February 2015 according to information provided by Diamond Comic Distributors, the world’s largest distributor of comics, graphic novels, and pop culture merchandise.
Marvel reveals (via Wired.co.uk) their post “Secret Wars” plans. With all the commotion that is “Secret Wars,” people may have wondered what’s in store for their favorite characters after the big event. The new comic is titled, “All-New, All-Different Avengers.” The title includes a new line-up of heroes. The rooster
Mark Hamill promotes FCBD 2015! Mark Hamill, known for his role as Luke Skywalker from the Star Wars trilogy, has also been a part of the comic book culture as he played the voice of The Joker in various Batman animated TV shows, movies and video games. He is also making a
Marvel, via CNN, announces their plans on revisiting the “Civil War” storyline.Marvel revisiting the “Civil War” storyline will take place within the “Secret Wars” event. In an interview with CNN, Charles Soule (writer for the new “Civil War”), explains what the latest “Civil War” storyline is about. “Secret Wars” is an opportunity
Marvel announced via ComicBook.com that Marvel is ending 33 titles for “Secret Wars.” With “Secret Wars” quickly expanding everyday, Marvel needs to make room for the huge event. So, for that to happen, Marvel will be ending 33 titles. The ending of “616 Finale” is where the “Last Days” storyline
April is just around the corner and Diamond Comic Distributors has released its April PREVIEWS catalog! The April PREVIEWS catalog will be available in comic shops, hobby stores, and other specialty outlets on March 25th and features comic books, graphic novels, toys, and other pop culture merchandise scheduled to go on sale
Marvel has announced another series heading to the “Secret Wars” event, “Armor Wars.” In an interview with ComicsAlliance, James Robinson talked about the series. “When it came to turning this title Armor Wars into enough of a concept it was worthy of a whole area of Battleworld, I felt there should be
The “Secret Wars” event just keeps getting bigger and bigger. It was announced via Entertainment Weekly that Brian Michael Bendis will be bringing his Guardians of the Galaxy series into the “Secret Wars.” The series will enter the “Secret Wars” event under the title, “Guardians of Knowhere.” The series will be set on the moon
Marvel has revealed six more variant covers for April’s What the Duck?! event in celebration of “Howard the Duck #1” debuting next week. Here is a list of the additional six variant covers: ANT-MAN #4 – WTD Variant Cover by Dave Rapoza • DAREDEVIL #15 – WTD Variant Cover by Marguerite
In the latest “Secret Wars” tie-in 1872, Captain America, Iron Man, and Hulk will be living life in the Wild West! The three heroes as well as the rest of the Marvel Universe will be recast in the 19th century in a town called Timely (named after Timely Comics, Marvel’s