A look at some COVID-19 public service announcements (PSAs) featuring cartoon characters, including DC and Marvel comic superheroes.
A look at graphic novels of interest coming out in November 2021. Also, tips on dealing with the paper shortage affecting comics.
I look at reasons why the 2020 Summer Olympics took a ratings nosedive in the US, from Tokyo’s time zone to the changing media landscape.
The big entertainment news this week: the AMC Theatres chain is refusing to carry any and all Universal films. This is due to Universal’s success… Read More »AMC bans Universal films over “Trolls: World Tour?”
A month ago, Diamond was forced to temporarily cease shipping new comics and shut down, due to the coronavirus pandemic. Granted, a lot of local… Read More »Diamond plans to resume shipping comics on May 20
Late last year, Bookshop.org launched as an online bookstore that supports independent bookstores. (Bookshop has ties to the American Booksellers Association’s IndieBound.) While initial attention… Read More »Bookshop.org picks up steam during the pandemic
Normally at this time of the month, I’d write about upcoming new comics solicitations for books set to come out in several months—June in this… Read More »Diamond to cease shipments of new comics starting April 1 due to coronavirus pandemic
With the entire country (and world) embroiled in the coronavirus pandemic, “social distancing” and staying at home are becoming more and more common. Ditto working… Read More »Alternatives to visiting movie theaters, libraries, and comic book shops
The coronavirus pandemic is keeping many people at home, including families thanks to multiple school closings. There’s also encouragement to practice “social distancing,” which means… Read More »“Frozen II,” “Birds of Prey,” other films coming to home video early