The Comics Code Authority, a self imposed guideline for publishing that was a direct reaction to Fredrick Wertham’s “The Seduction of the Innocent” and the media and judicial scrutiny that followed, is seemingly on its way out.  Under Joe Quesada Marvel had stopped using the comics code approval stamp, electing to rate their own books […]

Bleedingcool.com has a taste of what digital distributors like Comixology and Graphicly are subject to when distributing Marvel comics on their digital storefronts. So you’re a digital comics distributor. How do you get to distribute Marvel comics? Well, there are rules. This is a major brand, one of the biggest in comics. You need to […]

While the cast majority of comic book lovers are the antithesis of our stereotype, it doesn’t mean we don’t say some really stupid things.  And it was only a matter of time before our freinds behind the counter started dishing on those crazy things we do and say.  Our Valued Customers is a blog devoted […]

I have to admit that this is one of the perks of running the site, getting to talk with creators who I’ve been admiring from afar.  Dan Hipp, whose work always gets me very excited about the entire medium of comics, can be seen in The Amazing Joy Buzzards from Image, Gyakushu from TokyoPop and […]

The folks over at Newsarama got some retailer reactions to Archie Comics’ new push in the digital realm, putting out digital versions of their comics the same day as print version.  Many retailers are worried that this will eat into their sales. From the article: The response from most retailers, however, was less one of […]