The coronavirus pandemic continues, affecting the sports, comics, and technology worlds.
Disney announced “Love, Victor,” a “Love, Simon” spin-off, will go to Hulu instead of Disney+ due to content, despite that “The Simpsons” is still on Disney+.
The RIAA reports that 2019 US music revenue saw streaming services responsible for 79% of such, up from 75% in 2018.
My thoughts so far on the local impact of the coronavirus outbreak, plus Emerald City Comic Con being postponed.
I take my annual look at my social network usage, both for the blog and for personal purposes.
I’ve finally decided to completely drop cable TV in favor of just broadband and streaming services. I give my thoughts on how this is going so far.
I take a look at comics of interest coming out in May 2020 (and beyond), including the return of Goldie Vance. Also, thoughts on Dan DiDio’s DC departure.
“The Lion King” remake dominated the animation-related awards for the 2020 NAACP Image Awards.
I take a look at the question of how to get new readers interested in comics, and offer some suggestions (TLDR: push graphic novels, not singles.)
I take a look at whether or not the “Big Two” nickname for DC Comics and Marvel still actually fits, based on direct market and book channel sales information.