Name: Mike Harrison
For Comics shipping on 06/19/13
- X-FACTOR #258
- AGE OF ULTRON #10
- CAPTAIN MARVEL #13
- RED HOOD AND THE OUTLAWS #21
- ANIMAL MAN #21
- BATMAN AND BATGIRL #21
- BATWOMAN #21
- BIRDS OF PREY #21
- FABLES #130
- SUPERGIRL #21
- WONDER WOMAN #21
- THE SIXTH GUN: SONS OF THE GUN #4
- THE SIXTH GUN #32
- HARBINGER #13
- BLOODSHOT #12
- X-MEN LEGACY #12
- THE SUPERIOR SPIDER-MAN #12
- THUNDERBOLTS #11
- NEW AVENGERS #7
- INDESTRUCTIBLE HULK #9
- FANTASTIC FOUR #9
- AVENGERS #14
- A + X #9
- WITCHBLADE #167 (COVER A: CHRISTOPHER)
- MIND THE GAP #11 (COVER A: ESQUEJO)
- THE X-FILES: SEASON 10 #1
- JUDGE DREDD: YEAR ONE #3
- DOCTOR WHO #10
- GREEN LANTERN: NEW GUARDIANS #21
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May 9, 2013 8:02 am The comic book stores in Toronto don't really get the most out of FCBD for the most part. They either set limits on what you can get, or put their free comics far away from the rest of the store so they aren't even letting people see what they have for sale. For example from this year: 1,000,000 Comix : Only limit is one copy of each comic per person, so you can get everything, but they put their comics on a table at the front of the store, far away from the racks with all the new comics which are in the back. People just come in, get their free stuff, and leave. Labyrinth: They put their free comics in the midst of where all their trades are, but they limit it to 5 free comics total per person. So stingy that as a potential customer, I have no reason to even go there. Silver Snail: They put the FCBD comics on a table down the block, on the corner of an empty lot. The actual store is not visible from there, and if you do find it, they had a nightclub-style lineup to get into the store. They limit the free comics to 10 per person, which is reasonable. However, they put 4 of the FCBD comics inside the store, no advertising that they are up there (the 2 DC and 2 Marvel ones), so a lot of people will miss out on those.
April 20, 2013 9:15 am Actually you can share, just log in using your userid on their tablet. I have my, my wife and daughter's iPads set up to all use the same Comixology account. Works great, and it even tells me when my wife or daughter have left off at a certain page when I download a book that they are reading.
February 20, 2013 12:05 am They are really scraping the bottom of the barrel for new series ideas. Vibe, really? Do we really need a whole series about this guy?
February 12, 2013 8:17 am They should cut all the ancillary books and just continue on with Green Lantern and maybe Green Lantern Corps and that's it. No new guardians, red lanterns, etc.
February 7, 2013 5:32 pm This show is like a Batman show. Arrow = Batman, Diggle = Alfred / Robin, he lives in a mansion, The Count = The Joker. There are a few parallels.
February 7, 2013 3:18 pm Greg Land? This was probably traced from a pack of diapers then. And then he drew an iron man helmet over it.
February 1, 2013 2:37 pm Walmart should put a comics section in their stores. Would make it easy for people to get them, no going miles out of their way to a comic shop.
February 1, 2013 10:56 am Marvel needs to start dropping their digital prices on a more timely basis. They are losing out on a lot of sales by waiting 1 year before they drop down to $1.99. If they dropped prices after a month like DC does, they would increase their digital sales quite a bit. It's ridiculous right now, AvX is still full price, Thunderbolts 169- are still full price, and Thunderbolts 169 came out over a year ago now. Journey into Mystery is still full price after the Fear Itself tie-ins. There are a lot of people out there who wait for sales and price drops before buying.
January 28, 2013 2:44 pm It's like AvP: No matter who wins, we lose! or in this case we pay! They said right there: everybody pays!
January 22, 2013 4:25 pm Who will replace Ron? Without Ron who will provide the positive X-Men reviews?