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Swipe File: Original Sin Annual And Zagor #85
This is Francesco Francavilla's variant cover to Original Sin Annual #1.   And this is Gallieno Ferri's cover for Zagor #85 from July 1972. Thanks to Eurocomics USA Invasion for the spot! In Swipe File we present two or more images that resemble each other to some degree They may be homages, parodies, ironic appropriations, coincidences or works of the lightbox[...]
Thor And Thorstein Veblen Top Retailer Advance Reorders
Swiss watches are a good example, which is why they will be immune from the Apple Watch phenomenon. Another appears to be the Original Sin hardcover We reported that Marvel had increased the price to $75 (though gave both individuals and retailers a way to get it for less) And then advance reorders of the book[...]
Thor's Comic Review Column – God Hates Astronauts, Original Sin, Futures End Week 1, The Death-Defying Doctor Mirage, God Is Dead: Book Of Acts Alpha, Lumberjanes, The Woods Vol. 1
This Week's Reviews: God Hates Astronauts #1 Original Sin #8 Futures End Week 1 The Death Defying Doctor Mirage #1 God is Dead: Book of Acts Alpha Lumberjanes #5 The Woods TPB Vol 1 God Hates Astronauts #1 (Image, $3.50) By Bart Bishop Originally a web comic collected in trade by Image, God Hates Astronauts may be the craziest comic I've read, like, ever[...]
ContinuityGlitchWatch: Where Original Sin And Captain America Just Don't Match Up.
The perils of writing a shared continuity… Over the weekend, Bleeding Cool pointed out a slight problem with Original Sin #6, featuring a Thor, with his hammer, shown after he had been made unworthy to wield it with a whisper. And then, afterwards, going right back to not being able to pick it up again.   However this scene[...]
So Hang On… What Was Thor Doing With His Hammer In Original Sin #8?
Something to fix for the now-$75 Original Sin hardcover? From the final issue 8…. Hang on, who is that bottom left? Thor? I thought he was still elsewhere, struggling to lift his hammer Maybe he took a break He didn't seem to be in the main battle, maybe he was behind a Mindless One But he still[...]
Original Sin Hardcover Jumps In Price By 50% – But Can Glitchwatch Save It?
The hardcover collecting Original Sin will no longer be $49.99 as solicited, but $75 retailers are being given a week to adjust their orders, but they might consider making an advance order from Amazon instead. The collection is currently listed at a discounted price reflective of the original, not the changed price, at $33.90. At 55% off[...]
Confessing To The Ending Of Original Sin #8
So you know that moment when you realise you've worked out the ending of a comic book four months before it's published. But because it seems so silly, you just go ahead and say it? And then when it's published, it's pretty much bang on? Original Sin #8 is published today. I kinda did Oops. I'm just going to say[...]
Watch Out For Original Sin #8 Printing Problems Tomorrow
Christopher Rupp of Rupp's Comics store gets in touch regarding problems they have with every one of their regular cover issues of Original Sin #8, published tomorrow The top comic is the variant cover, the bottom is the regular cover. Pages 1-8 are correct. It is at this point that the misprint begins. Page 9 in the regular edition, restarts at Page[...]
Marvel Comics' The Avengers To Publish Its Final Issue With #44 In April 2015
But how literally should we take this? Because Marvel have announced to retailers a new promotion for the Avengers #44 Final Issue Variant to help bump advance orders of Axis #1. Just as retailers were encouraged to do with Wolverine #1 and Wolverine #12, retailers are told that they can exchange two ripped off front covers of[...]
So What Exactly Did Nick Fury Say To Thor?
It isn't the first time we've had a mystery phrase said by one Marvel character to another, too small to see… And we were able to zoom in on the digital version to reveal that it said, That's "You will make me remember everything" superimposed backwards on itself. Well, in Original Sin #7 yesterday, there was the word[...]