Will Comic Book Stores Survive Without Diamond Distribution? | Comic Book Weekly

Diamond Comic Distributors

Diamond Comic Distributors announce they are shutting their doors due to the Coronavirus. What does this mean for weekly comics and comic book stores. Plus our Top 5 and more!

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Thor Goes Blind! | Comic Book Weekly

Thor Goes Blind

Thor goes blind in the latest issue to face the Black Winter? And how powerful is he that he can take and give back the Power Cosmic at a whim? This and more on this week’s Comic Book Weekly!

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Storm Has 30 Days to Live! | Comic Book Weekly

Storm

Storm revealed to only have 30 days to live due to a techno virus in Giant Size X-Men: Jean Grey & Emma Frost! We talk about this and much more in our comic book podcast this week!

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Batman the Animated Series Returns! | Comic Book Weekly

Batman the Animated Series

Batman the Animated Series to return in comic form, plus Mark Hamill as Skeletor, Alfred’s death, Big Books, Top 5, Under the Radar and more on our comic book podcast!

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Is Black Widow Alive? | Comic Book Weekly

Is Black Widow Alive

This week on our comic book podcast, we ponder “Is Black Widow Alive?” as we talk about the new Black Widow trailer and more as the cast of Comic Frontline converges on Comic Book Weekly at 10pm ET on YouTube and Twitch for their comic book podcast to discuss the latest in comic news and weekly comics, including Top 5, Under the Radar, Chopping Block, Key Issues and more!

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Iris and Jai West Return in Flash Forward! | Comic Book Weekly 04

Iris and Jai West Return

Iris and Jai West return! We discuss this and more as each week, the cast of Comic Frontline converges on Comic Book Weekly for their comic book podcast to discuss the latest in comic news and weekly comics, including Top 5, Under the Radar, Chopping Block, Key Issues and more!

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Teen Lantern’s Origin Revealed! | Comic Book Weekly 02

Teen Lantern's Origin Revealed

This week, Teen Lantern’s origin is revealed in Young Justice #9, Immortal Hulk gets an Absolute Carnage tie-in, Ms. Marvel is a playable character in the upcoming Avengers video game, Al Ewing takes over writing Guardians of the Galaxy, Donny Cates to write Thor, a few wrestling sidetracks, and more will be discussed!

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New York Comic Con 2019 Photo Gallery

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Comic Frontline’s Michael, aka Dude of Rock 18 attended New York Comic Con 2019 and snapped a bunch of photos and recorded a video. Check ’em out!

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Image Comics’ Snowfall Announced: It’s the year 2045 and there’s no more snow…

By: Nicole D’Andria This seems like a very fitting new title considering how unseasonably warm it has been this year. In the world of Snowfall, it no longer snows. This upcoming science-fiction series takes place in the year 2045. According to writer Joe Harris (The X-Files), “With Snowfall, we’re presenting a 21st century America in which the climate has gone completely to shit and where fully recognized corporate personhood and control isn’t just accepted, but necessary. The time for industry forces lying about the effects of climate change have long…

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Black Magick #2 Review: More Procedural than Magickal

By: Nicole D’Andria After the fiery finale at the end of the first issue, I expected a lot from the next issue of Black Magick. Unfortunately, there isn’t a lot of magickal moments this time around. Instead, there are a lot of quiet moments and a poor “twist” at the end, among a few positives that don’t keep this issue from being a bit boring. After surviving the hostage situation, Rowan Black has some questions to answer for IAB. She also has questions to ask: who was the hostage taker…

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Black Magick #1 Review: Spellbinding

By: Nicole D’Andria Black Magick #1 is the most promising start to a new series that I have read all year. On every level this issue hits its mark and I wouldn’t be surprised to see it on some of the best lists inevitably made at the end of this year. Rowan Black is both a police officer and a witch. She’s called away from a gathering to confront a hostage taker who is specifically asking for her. What does he want and will people have to die in order…

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Saddle Up with Black Jack Ketchum Writer Brian Schirmer Interview

Brian Schirmer By: Nicole D’Andria A fantasy western adventure, Black Jack Ketchum is an upcoming Image Comics publication. I interviewed writer Brian Schirmer (Ultrasylvania) about the four issue mini-series including his real relationship to the historical figure Black Jack Ketchum.   Me: You mentioned that you had familial ties to Tom Ketchum. Can you talk about your connection to him and what he was supposedly like in real-life and in the comic? Brian Schirmer: Black Jack Ketchum is a distant relative. Great-grandmother on my mother’s side was a cousin. As…

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Switch #1 Review: The Alternate Top Cow Universe Begins

By: Nicole D’Andria Originally a webcomic, Switch #1 is the brainchild of Stjepan Sejic, an artist on Witchblade who created his own alternate Top Cow universe featuring the Witchblade, the Darkness and the Angelus (so far). While there is almost too much going on in this issue, it is a pretty fun start to what could be a very interesting series. Switch #1 is set in an alternate universe where the Witchblade has chosen a new bearer, teenage UFO seeker Mary. The origins of the Witchblade and one of its…

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Symmetry: A Utopian Future by Top Cow’s President

  Cover A By: Nicole D’Andria Imagine a world where there was no such thing as hunger, sickness or work. No, this isn’t The Purge. This is the world of Symmetry, a new Image Comics’/Top Cow Productions’ series about a Utopian society free from the perils of the world… as well as individuality, creativity and negative emotions. In Symmetry, people live in segregated areas and live a long life full of leisure, games and socializing. No one seems to care that genetically, individuality, creativity and negative emotions have been bred…

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New Nailbiter Story Arc Begins in November

By: Nicole D’Andria The latest story arc for Nailbiter, the ongoing series about a town famous for being the birthplace of serial killers, will be starting this November. What mysteries and scares have the creative team thought of for this arc? The writer of the series is Joshua Williamson (Ghosted, The Illuminati) and the artist is Mike Henderson (Masks & Mobsters, Venom). In this story arc, beginning with Nailbiter #17, a new serial killer is introduced. According to Williamson, “This arc we’ve nicknamed ‘The Devil went down to Georgia,’ and…

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