Leprechaun

Leprechaun

Name: Quincy Wiley

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September 2, 2013 12:53 am Thanks guys and gals. This has been my favorite website for comic news. iFanboy introduced me to so many great comics, thanks for everything. Wish you the best of luck in the future. I understand change happens,but I ain't always a fan of it. Still looking forward to the podcasts.
February 6, 2012 11:43 am I work in sales/marketing for a large food company and all we care about is sales dollars. Moving more units is nice, but making more money is the key number. So my assumption is Marvel looks at the numbers and sees they win, because they made more money. The Mouse looks at $$$, not units.
October 11, 2011 8:46 am This was a great article. Publishers should read this article just to understand the motives of piracy. I don't think that the publishers understand the motives and make decisions based on fear.
October 3, 2011 12:43 pm I would love to read this interview. I have never understood why someone would pay money for the comic, then take the time to upload the comic, and never receive any money for it. Why go to all this trouble for free? Lending out comics or trades to friends is one thing, but this is for people that you don't know and most likey will never meet or discuss comics. Do they hate publishers so much that want to spend money on the product, then give it away for free? What do they have to gain?
August 22, 2011 1:40 pm The library is a great resource for finding trades. (This was something I learned by listening to Ron on the podcast) I live in a suburb of Kansas City and my local library has a great selection. Recently, I discovered they has all 6 omnibuses of James Robinson's run on Starman, so I have been discovering this comic. And to make things easy, everything is in the Graphic Novel section next to the mystery books (other fav of mine).
December 10, 2010 10:55 am Fables was a issue that cost $9.99 and the cover helped sell it. From the beautiful art, to the big 100, and to the names of the writers or artists in the center; you knew you were getting something special. The cover should sell the issue and this cover did just that! I didn't think twice about spending more than double the normal price on a single issue.
August 24, 2010 10:07 pm

Don looks at Lex, "Your shell is about to be cracked! I am sorry to tell you, Mr. Luthor, but we have decided to go another direction."

Lex looks confused, "What do you mean Mr. Draper?"

Don smiles and lits a cigarette, "WayneTech has asked us to to explain why a super man is needed in Metropolis. Also, they have hired Sterling Cooper Drapper Pryce to showcase some non-profits that WayneTech is involved in. So Mr. Luthor have a good day."

As Don walks away, Lex tears away his suit to show a green exoskeleton. He raises his hand to show a glowing light from palm of the glove. As a burst of energy is discharged from the center of the glove, a burst of red and blue stop the light from hitting Drapper. There stands Superman as the energy bounces off his chest. Superman and Lex begin to fight. Don never turns around, he walks to his Corvette and drives away.

Don Drapper goes with the money and Bruce Wayne has more money than Lex Luthor. So Don wins! 

August 17, 2010 11:06 am I think that comic superhero movies have become the cool new way to do an big budget action movie. For a long time action movies were the lone cop/private detective against some evil guy. Then it was human vs. aliens. Now is a guy in a rubber costume vs. a big evil villain. It will go for a while, then it will pass. With the recent success of The Expendables, and if The A-Team and The Losers do well on DVD; then the next big budget action movie trend will be a group of heroes against a huge almost unstoppable villain. Wait....like the Avengers??? 
August 17, 2010 8:42 am I own the reissued paperback of The Outfit and it is one of my favorite in the Parker series. This should be great.
July 15, 2010 9:18 am I paid $2.00 for this and last week paid $4.00 for Shadowland. I read this three times in a row and enjoyed every moment of it.  The Parker series are some of my favorite books, so I have read most of them.  The big thing in this book is that Parker get plastic surgery on his face.  So he is not recognized by his old pals. This is a theme that runs through the series.  So Cooke had to set it up for the next books.