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    Quote Originally Posted by fearless-freak View Post
    seems that IDW Publishing will be releasing a comicbook miniseries titled "Wraith", also written by Hill, that takes place in Christmasland and features characters from the novel
    Cool! the Wraith is supposedly included in the SubPress limited of Nos4a2. Probably the written version though.

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    Locke & Key: Omega #5 goes on sale June 5.

    http://www.comicbookresources.com/?p...ticle&id=45668

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    I've got a whole bunch of comics for sale -

    They include -

    Thief of thieves 2-13 nm never read
    East of west 1, 2 nm never read
    The manhattan projects 3,4,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13 nm never read
    Nowhere men 4,5 nm never read

    Pm me if interested

    I also have a huge collection of Locke and key I would consider selling for the right price signed by joe hill
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    Any Sk art portfolios
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    Salem's Lot Prints and Traycase!

    ANY SK S/l #54 or #464

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    Looking forward to this one--a retelling of Elric of Melnibone. As of now, it is only going to be released in France. Guess I'll need to take some lessons.

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    COMIC CON MINNEAPOLIS
    I will be in Minneapolis during this Comic Con
    http://www.wizardworld.com/home-minneapolis.html

    I have not attended any and am wondering if I should check this out even though not a big comic collector.
    I do not recognize any familiar artist (King related) however again not a topic I am well versed on.
    Suggestions if I go?

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    Matt Smith, Karen Gillan, Nathan Fillion, Jewel Staite, Summer Glau, Alan Tudyk, Adam Baldwin, heck basically the entire cast of Firefly, William Shatner, Robert Englund, Bruce freakin' Campbell -- you couldn't keep me away.

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    Garth Ennis is back with more War Stories: http://www.bleedingcool.com/2014/07/...-avatar-press/

    If you've read the first two collections or any of his Battlefields, you'll know how great this is.

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    New 2000AD documentary coming out soon. Here's a trailer for it (warning: some strong swearing within):



    Definitely excited about this. 2000AD is by far one of my favourite comics out there, and its great that its getting a little more attention with a documentary like this, especially one that involves some of the key writers, artists and editors of the comic (I actually bought umyself an imported myself a copy of the blu ray from Australia simply because the UK copy didn't have a short but great Judge Dredd featurette with some contribution from John Wagner, Carlos Ezquerra, Brian Bolland and other people who'd worked on the comic). It seems clear from the trailer that there's a real understanding of what makes the comic stand out so much is its very punk vibe, so really looking forward to this.


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    B&N have a sale on Marvel and DC titles online. Buy two, get one free. That includes omnibus editions so have yourself an early Christmas.

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    I bought the Shadow Show comic today and it says there are subscription covers. I can't figure out on their site to get a subscription. I would love to have this sent to me. Does anyone know how to do this or am I just not understanding what a subscription means? Thanks for helping.

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    http://firewireblog.com/2015/06/23/b...bus-hardcover/
    The stories that catapulted Batman to legendary status are collected here in a single, massive volume. These original stories from Detective Comics #27-56 and Batman #1-7 include the origin of the Dark Knight, as well as the debuts of Robin, Commissioner Gordon, Professor Hugo Strange, The Joker, Catwoman and more!

    Batman: The Golden Age Omnibus Hardcover is written by Bill Finger, Gardner Fox and others with art by Bob Kane, Jerry Robinson and more. The cover was created by Darwin Cooke.

    The 784 page hardcover will go on sale November 4, 2015 for $75.


    This is listed as Volume 1, so there's hope there will be more. Looks like there's a similar book for Superman already out. As a huge Batman fan I would love to collect everything Batman in nice uniform hardcovers, but I don't know how feasible that would be. DC's started lots of different book series but they never seem to complete anything. Even that cheap Batman Chronicles softcover series was launched with the specific goal of collecting every Batman story in publication order, and it too stalled with Volume 11 a couple of years back. So frustrating. Why can't they just publish all of it?

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    I have the "jumping-on-point" fatigue. How many times can DC and Marvel possibly restart the franchise only to tell the same stories over and over again?

    This generation needs their Moore, Ellis, Gaiman, and Morrison. The movers and shakers with fresh ideas. Rucka and Hickman are solid. I had high hopes for Lemire until he started his bullshit work-for-hire heartless books for DC.

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    If anyone is attending the SDCC and would be willing to pick me up a copy of the Con variant for Tales From the Darkside, I'd be forever grateful .
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    STEPHEN KING FANS…AUTHOR BERYL EVANS, AUTHOR OF CHARLIE THE CHOO-CHOO WILL APPEAR AT SAN DIEGO COMIC CON ON FRIDAY JULY 22, 2016


    Author Beryl Evans, author of Charlie The Choo-Choo will appear at San Diego Comic Con for the very first time. Stop by Simon & Schuster’s Booth #1128 on Friday July 22 at 12 pm PDT for limited edition giveaways.

    For Stephen King fans, Charlie the Choo-Choo was a book purchased by Jake Chambers at The Manhattan Restaurant of the Mind in The Dark Tower III: The Wastelands.

    It tells the story of Charlie the Choo-Choo and Engineer Bob. In the book, Charlie is very friendly and dependable, yet Charlie’s smile is often described as being untrustworthy. Charlie bears many similarities to Blaine the Mono.

    In Jake’s world, the author of the book was Beryl Evans. In Roland’s world, the author listed is Claudia y Inez Bachman. This name holds special significance. It has 19 letters, a special number in The Dark Tower Series. Also, Claudia y Inez Bachman is the wife of Stephen King’s pseudonym, Richard Bachman.


    As we all know, Beryl Evans is a made up author - be interesting to see who turns up!
    "A real limited edition, far from being an expensive autograph stapled to a novel, is a treasure. And like all treasures do, it transforms the responsible owner into a caretaker, and being a caretaker of something as fragile and easily destroyed as ideas and images is not a bad thing but a good one...and so is the re-evaluation of what books are and what they do that necessarily follows." - Stephen King

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