Cyber Monday ComiXology Sales!...

ComiXology is having an awesome Cyber Monday sale! For the first time ever, they are having an ENORMOUS Buy One, Get One Free sale on all DC and Vertigo comics and trades released digitally before 9/1/15! Just use the code DCBOGO at check out to take advantage of this awesome deal. This also includes digital-first series like Batman ’66, DC Bombshells and Sensational Comics. Also, on Cyber Monday they have sales on select Dark Horse trades, select VIZ manga, as well as continuing their Black Friday sales! Here’s your guide to comiXology’s sales on Cyber Monday: Cyber Monday: DC Comics Buy One, Get One Free Sale – Use promo code DCBOGO at checkout • Offer good on all DC Comics and Vertigo titles released digitally before 9/1/15 Dark Horse Sale – 30 trades for $2.99 each – Highlights include: Archie vs. Predator Eight Vol 1 Lady Killer Vol 1 Rat God Hellboy and the BPRD: 1952 VIZ Sale – 10 volumes for $2.00 off each – Highlights include: Assassination Classroom Vol 1 Tokyo Ghoul Vol 1 Time Killers Vol 1 Marvel X-Men & The Black Vortex Sale – Every issue of this crossover event is only $0.99 each! ComiXology is also continuing its awesome Black Friday sales, which you can read more about here. You can go directly to the comiXology sale page...

Black Friday Comic Book Sales!...

Black Friday isn’t just a day to camp out in the parking lot of your local Best Buy or Wal-Mart. It’s also the day to score some major deals on comic books. If you live in the New York City area, here are some stores that are having excellent Black Friday sales. If you’re outside of NYC (or buy your comics digitally), we have information for online and digital comic book Black Friday sales too! NYC Comic Book Stores:  St. Mark’s Comics The St. Mark’s sale starts Friday morning, and runs the runs all the way to Tuesday! All back are issues half price, plenty of comics will be priced at only a buck each, and much more! Midtown Comics In-Store: 25% off everything in the store at all three locations on Friday from 8 AM to 12 noon. 20% off everything in the store from Friday at noon through the close of business on Sunday. Online: Up to 75% everything on the site. Discount varies by category and item. Good luck using their online search tool. I can never get that thing to work correctly. But if you’re patient, you might find yourself with a very good deal staring back at you from your screen. Forbidden Planet 20% everything in the store on Friday, 9 AM – midnight. JHU Comics The sale starts today, Wednesday and run through Sunday. Note: they are closed on Thanksgiving. The more you buy the more you save! 40% purchases of $300 or more, 30% off purchases of $75-$299.99, 25% off purchases of $30-$74.99, and 20% off purchases of $19.95-$29.99. This is good at both locations. Online: Image Comics The Image Comics sale has started already, and runs until 12/2/15 11:59 PM at imagecomics.com. $0.99 single issues and 50% select...

Tuesday Night Comics Podcast 99 – Should You Buy Dark Knight III?...

Episode 99! Listen and find out whether or not you should buy Dark Knight III: The Master Race. We review Batman: Europa, Uncanny Avengers Annual #1 and more. Plus, listen up for the details regarding a very huge comic book related Cyber Monday sale!     http://ia601508.us.archive.org/29/items/TuesdayNightComics99/Tuesday%20Night%20Comics%2099.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android |...

Tuesday Night Comics Podcast 98 – Superman: American Alien Reviewed!...

Did you read Max Landis’s Superman: American Alien #1 this week? Dave and Billy did, and they debate the merits of the first issue on this week’s episode. See if you agree more with Billy or Dave. Plus, the guys give their picks for the new comics they are most excited for this week, and rank all of the so-far released Darkseid War one shots! http://ia601502.us.archive.org/21/items/TuesdayNightComics98/Tuesday%20Night%20Comics%2098%20.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android |...

Attack on Titan: Part One – Review Nov11

Attack on Titan: Part One – Review...

Attack on Titan is a mega-successful hit anime and manga which I have never watched or read. So when a friend asked who wanted to see the live action adaptation of the property, of course I said yes.   A group of about eight of us went to see Attack on Titan: Part One in the theater. Out of everyone, I was the one least familiar with the series. I have intended to dive into Attack on Titan for some time now, but just kept finding other books to read, movies to watch, and TV series to get lost in. Before the movie started, there was already a palpable feeling of dread in the audience, and with good reason. Early reviews had not been kind, and beloved characters had been dropped from the live action version. The names of these characters were meaningless to me. The most I had read and watched of Attack on Titan before this was flipping through a few pages of this year’s Free Comic Book Day offering and watching @ilikecomictoo’s video of the Attack on Titan-themed Escape the Room event that took place at the Staten Island Yankees game over the summer. But imagine if the Harry Potter movies had dropped Dumbledore. From talking to people at the theater, it was this big a change. In a way, I was lucky to not be familiar with the characters or story. Any changes, big or small, would be lost on me. That said, as I was watching the movie, I couldn’t tell if some of the not great bits were or weren’t just created for the movie. Judging the movie strictly on its own merits as a standalone film, it’s not very good…and that’s being generous. If I was giving it a letter...

Tuesday Night Comics Podcast 97 – Mariah Carey is Voicing What Batman Character?!?...

Billy and Dave are back with another episode of the Tuesday Night Comics podcast! In news of the weird, hear whom Mariah Carey is voicing in the next Lego Batman. And if you’re heading to the comic book store this Wednesday, listen to the guys’ picks in The Twenty, where they keep their recommendations to a $20 budget. Plus, reviews of last week’s comics, which were full of some very unexpected letdowns and some very unexpectedly awesome comics. http://ia601509.us.archive.org/2/items/TuesdayNightComics97/Tuesday%20Night%20Comics%2097.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android |...

Tuesday Night Comics 96 – Supergirl TV Pilot Reviewed!...

Billy and Dave review the first episode of Supergirl and recommend some most likely overlooked comics that are coming out this Wednesday. Want to find out what comic you missed? Listen to the new episode! http://ia601505.us.archive.org/31/items/TuesdayNightComics96/Tuesday%20Night%20Comics%2096.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android |...