Thanks to Ilke for sending this in.
Sinister Six and Spiderman original sketches by George Perez! Sinister Six colored by Joe Rubinstein and Spider-Man colored by Marat Mychaels! Can't wait to frame these up!
Back Issue #94 shipped yesterday... note that it will arrive in comic book stores on January 25, as noted in previewsworld.com.
Back Issue #94 and Comic Book Creator #14 ship today! (And CBC #3 sells out!)
This entry was posted in TNT on 18 January 2017 by Mr. Morrow.
BACK ISSUE #94 spotlights INDIE SUPERHEROES! NEAL ADAMS Ms. Mystic interview, Continuity Comics, BILL BLACK Captain Paragon interview, Justice Machine history, STEVEN GRANT/NORM BREYFOGLE Whisper “Pro2Pro” interview, and the ’80s revivals of Mighty Crusaders and T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents. Featuring RICH BUCKLER, MIKE DEODATO, MARK ELLIS, TOM GRINDBERG, MIKE GUSTOVICH, TONY ISABELLA, DOUG MURRAY, BILL REINHOLD, JERRY ORDWAY, GEORGE PÉREZ, DANN THOMAS, and more. Preview the issue, and order your copy HERE!
According to gamefilia.com, the Fringe alternate Crisis #7 cover (featuring a Supergirl holding a dead Superman) the Fringe's Crisis art was originally drawn by Juvaun Kirby, but the actual published version used on the television show and comic book cover, was modified by Carlos D'Anda by copying Kirby's cover and changing Supergirl's hair.
Image below for comparison.
@JerryOrdway writes:10:09 PM - 11 Jan 2017
10:06 PM - 11 Jan 2017
Cover image for variant issue#1,2 of Planet of the Apes/Green Lantern Corp, pencils by George Perez.Dec16 previews
BOOM! Studios Extended Forecast for 01/18/2017
January 15th, 2017 9:29pm by ComicList
Updated shipping information for BOOM! Studios comics and products being released beyond the week of 01/18/2017, provided by Diamond Distribution and our friends at Things From Another World.
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George Perez Sirens Panoramic Poster cancelled
posted Apr 20, 2016, 5:05 PM by Vu Nguyen
The photo of the address fold is likely from the August 1994 issue of Entertainment This Month.
#TBT Throwback Thursday: Entertainment This Month and American Entertainment
Posted on June 23, 2016 by Walt
Once upon a time–over 21 years ago–I would occasionally get mail like this:
And I looked forward to this. It meant a new catalog–or catalogs plural–for mail-order comics! As of this typing, I don’t remember for certain, but I’m pretty sure there’d be a new Entertainment This Month catalog with the current month’s worth of "new, hot comics" available for pre-order with an accompanying general catalog of "back issues" and such in the American Entertainment catalog.
MAGAZINES: COMICS BUYERS GUIDE
Monday, January 9, 2017
Comics Buyer's Guide, published from 1971 to 2013, was the longest-running English-language periodical reporting on the American comic book industry. It was probably my favorite comics magazine, featuring well-written and researched articles that fell between the fanboy gushings of Wizard and the verbose, opinionated and sometimes pretentious offerings in Comics Journal.
Love Is Love is the #1 selling graphic novel for the month of December; Sirens #6 in top 300 comic book
Love Is Love is the #1 selling graphic novel for the month of December 2016.
Posted by ICv2 on January 13, 2017 @ 7:44 am CT
These are estimates of the sales on graphic novels by Diamond U.S. to comic specialty stores during December 2016.
Sirens #6 at #286 in the top 300 comics chart for December.