• DC Comics PUBWATCH – April 2019 Edition

    DC Comics PUBWATCH – April 2019 Edition0

    The biggest news this month for DC Comics was the full-on committal of the company to getting their comics on the DC Universe App. At Wonder Con it was announced that soon they’d have their entire digital catalog (with a twelve-month delay for new issues) on the platform, and they’re doing their best to make

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  • DC PUBWATCH – January

    DC PUBWATCH – January0

    The biggest DC news this month is the expansion of their Walmart exclusive Giant line. I was in favor of this idea when it was launched, and I am still a fan of getting more comics into more hands cheaply, even if I don’t have a Walmart near me to access them. The line is

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  • DC To Release Anthology Comics in Walmart

    DC To Release Anthology Comics in Walmart0

    Starting July 1, DC Comics will be partnering with Walmart to sell four monthly anthology comics. Each issue will be priced at $4.99, and will be 100 pages of both new and reprinted material. Each issue will have one new story, and three reprinted issues. Some of comics biggest names are set to contribute, with

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  • DC PUBWATCH June

    DC PUBWATCH June0

    Oh hey! A new look, a new schedule, and a lot less stress on your DC beat writer! We decided to move to a monthly column rather than weekly, and to only fully review a handful of books a month. The ten books I liked most, as well as the five books I liked least,

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  • The Castle Offers Fictions Within Fictions

    The Castle Offers Fictions Within Fictions1

    If you’re going to read a comic co-written by Brian Michael Bendis and Kelly Sue DeConnick and edited by Sana Amanat, you probably want them all to be pretending to adapt a novel written by a fictional character from a television show. Right? Isn’t that what people want? That’s what happened in 2011, when Marvel

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