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?
Marvel Comics may be pushing fourteen retailer exclusive variant covers for May. But in June, DC Comics is doing just one. As a result of the original