I recently sold a comic book on eBay. It was The Walking Dead #19 and it sold for over $230. The United States Postal Service damaged it during transit, but they paid the insurance claim in full, so I guess it all worked out. It did cause some unneeded stress, so I had been reluctant to
Here lie the posts I've written about comic book and comic book related culture.
DC Comics began their massive relaunch yesterday with the publican of Justice League #1, written by Geoff Johns and drawn by Jim Lee. The relaunch is aimed at getting people back into reading superhero comic books. The theory is that if you reboot each book in the DC Universe to issue #1, lapsed readers will
Next month, DC Comics will be embarking on one of the strangest events ever attempted in comic book publishing: they are canceling all of their superhero books and restarting most of them with first issues. September will feature 52 “new” books featuring every superhero of the DC universe. Why would they do something like this?
Larry Young, publisher at comic book company AiT/PlanetLar has written an interesting piece over at Comic Book Resources dealing with the phenomenon of online negative comic book reviews. It’s where people with a website go out of their way to read comics they know they are not going to enjoy so they can have something to review. None of them