My graphic novel and trade paperback picks for 2019.
A review of "Scooby-Doo Team-Up" volume 7.
A review of the sixth trade paperback volume of "Scooby-Doo Team-Up."
The holidays are almost here. Some are likely looking to buying graphic novels for loved ones. But which ones are worth buying as gifts? Ideally, you should buy graphic novels in a genre
For decades, the single-issue pamphlet-formatted comic (or “floppy” as some fans call them) has been the default format for American comic books. There’s much nostalgia for the format, plus
Comichron and ICv2 have released their annual join report on the state of comic sales as a whole. This includes figures for not just comic shops, but bookstores, online orders, digital, and even
Reading comics isn’t always the cheapest means of entertainment. Recently, I wrote about how much prices have risen in recent years for single-issue comics. At $4 for what amounts to a
Once again, Comichron and ICv2 have released their annual joint report on the fiscal state of the comics industry. The good news is that 2015 was one of the best years in awhile;
I thought it might be useful to offer up a post listing my recommended trade paperbacks and graphic novels. The list is compiled from my comics solicitations posts for the period from January
Bleeding Cool reported a few days ago that DC Comics is raising the price of its newsstand comics to $5. Not a rumor, but true. I saw on a trip to Barnes and