The world of the dead returns as Funko brings the comic book mini series DCeased to life with a special mystery GameStop box
When Diamond UK returned to distributing comic books - and took back the UK/European distribution deal for DC Comics to comic book stores - it had a lot
Bleeding Cool mentioned the other day that DCeased: Dead Planet #1 was getting a fourth printing alongside a second printing for DCeased: Dead Planet #2.
DC Comics has sent a number of Batman comic books back to the printer, including Batman #90 getting a third printing, and the first two issues of Batman:
DC Comics tease "The Road to Earth War" for Swamp Thing and John Constantine in the pages of September's DCeased: Dead Planet #3.
DC Comics are sending two comic books back to the printer, DCeased: Dead Planet #1 getting a third printing and Death Metal #2 getting a second, both for
DC is sending DCeased: Dead Planet back to the printing mill, while Marvel has a third printing of Venom #25, a second for Venom #26 which was out today
Last night Bleeding Cool ran the news of a new - if schedule indeterminate - Marvel comic book event called Dark Ages by Tom Taylor and Iban Coello.
This is the Top Ten Bleeding Cool Bestseller List, as compiled by a number of comic stores from their sales on Wednesday and Thursday. It measures what
DC Direct has provided a list of #Diamond canceled orders for their products retailers will have to reorder through other providers.
Again, if you can get past the somewhat retrograde concept at the core, there's a decent share of entertainment in DCeased: Unkillables #3.
Batman is back with some new statues from Diamond Select Toys and one of them might have the hankering for brains.
DC Comics is publishing a new digital-first DCeased series, twice a month, starting today, once someone presses a button in Burbank Towers.
The April edition of Diamond Comic Distributors’ monthly Previews catalog arrives in comic shops and digitally on Wednesday, March 25th (Thursday in the
This week's DCeased: Unkillables #2 gives us an answer to the question: what would Gotham's police commissioner do if faced by the coronavirus pandemic?