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What Was Once Meltdown Burns Down In Los Angeles

What Was Once Meltdown, Burns Down, In Los Angeles

Industry-leading and highly prominent comic book store Meltdown Comics of Sunset Boulevard,  Los Angeles closed down for good back in 2018 after twenty-five years.  Famous for appearing in many movies and TV shows, with a prominent A-list actor customer base and a tendency to hit all manner of headlines, with promotions, launches and premieres The[...]

Marguerite Bennett Sets Aside Some Time For Fans In L.A.

Marguerite Bennett Sets Aside Some Time For Fans In L.A.

Marguerite Bennett will be heading to Meltdown Comics and according to her Twitter, she wants to spend some time with you! The signing is for her book Secret Loves of Geek Girls which was a Kickstarter success. Irene Koh, Soha Kareem, Adrienne Kress and editor/publisher Hope Nicholson will also be there to chat about the project[...]

Meltdown Comics To Be The First Comic Store To Take DogeCoin

Meltdown Comics To Be The First Comic Store To Take DogeCoin

Tomorrow, at Meltdown Comics in Los Angeles, there will be a Dogeparty to explore the fiuture pf crypto currency And get free pizza.Meltdown Comics will also be the first comic store to accept Dogecoin as valid currency, and follows their move last month to be the first to accept Bitcoin.Tomorrow, at Meltdown Comics in Los[...]

Kevin Eastman To Exhibit Himself At Meltdown Comics Through November And December

Kevin Eastman To Exhibit Himself At Meltdown Comics Through November And December

From November 30th until January 4th, Turtles co-creator Kevin Eastman will be running five different shows in Metldown Comics' new gallery space at 7522 West Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles. And exhibiting himself. This will include a new art exhibit opening on New Comics Day, every Wednesday from 6pm to 10pm. Basically, expect Kevin Eastman to […]

Patton Oswalt Says Goodbye To DC Comics Over Nielsen Surveys

Patton Oswalt Says Goodbye To DC Comics Over Nielsen Surveys

Linked to the online survey (including questions about a mysterious comic called Nekar, and confirmation that trade paperbacks of the New 52 would start in the Spring.)But we also reported there would be physical surveys and interviews, conducted in stores with retailers and customers alike.And it looks like they may have got a bit heavy.Comedian[...]