Picking up where yesterday's post left off... this is the second half of a rundown of ten books scheduled for August 2007 that aren't in the "front of the book" solicitations. As great as stuff from Dark Horse, DC, Image, and Marvel are, if you only look at those solicitations, you're missing a wealth of other great books
When the comic book industry releases its upcoming solicitations (two months in advance), there's always a lot of buzz and fanfare over the announcements for the four "front of the book" publishers: Dark Horse, DC, Image, and Marvel
When Warren Ellis and Ben Templesmith launched Fell, a 24-page comic series about a detective banished to the worst part of a corrupt city, there was a lot of talk that it would fail. A regular comic in full color for just $1
I have a confession to make: I really know very little about Avril Lavigne. Don't get me wrong, it's hard to not know that she exists, but the only song of hers I could instantly recognize from the radio is "Complicated" and that's thanks to all the ads for that horrible Uptown Girls movie with Brittany Murphy and Dakota Fanning
One of the things I love about the English language manga explosion from the past couple of years was that as more Japanese comics are translated into English, we get a widening list of genres and styles
I'll admit that I never read Legion of Super-Heroes until the infamous "Five Years Later" series by Keith Giffen and Tom & Mary Bierbaum. I'd enjoyed it enough that I went back and read some of the Paul Levitz issues as well, but when it comes to LSH history, that's as far back as my knowledge really went. So
If you've ever seen a BookScan sales chart for graphic novels and trade paperbacks in bookstore chains, you might have noticed a certain little book called Naruto. Specifically, the fact that every time a new volume shows up it dominates the sales charts
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