Monthly Archives: September 2016

Two books to look out for this week Matt Hawkins posted on his facebook page wednesday night that we were about to see a Hollywood related announcement surrounding his creator owned series, Postal. The book almost immediately started selling for double cover price. Today the Hollywood Reporter broke the story that Postal was being put in “development” by Hulu. Now

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Week in Review September 21

Scout comics keeps producing books that sell out and double in price on ebay. Many of the titles Scout publishes are originally published elsewhere, Like Henchgirl and Once Our Land – both of these titles originated as self-published titles, with Once Our Land only seeing publication after its successful Kickstarter campaign. Scout Comics announced at SDCC this year that they

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WORD?! PEPE THE FROG?

Right when the American election couldn’t get weirder and more in your face, the Hillary Clinton campaign reminded everyone that comic books characters can still be important. Hillary Clinton’s campaign is currently targeting Donald Trump online supporters, here is a screen capture from her website. Pepe the frog is a comic book character that through websites like 4chan and reddit

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WORD?! MORE SINESTRO

Another rumor that just hit the internet about the DC universe involves the Green Lantern and helps reinforce some of those reddit rumors. Moviecreedlive and several other websites are reporting that Luke Evans is currently in talks with DC to play Sinestro in the Green Lantern Corps film (to be released in 2020). While this doesn’t really effect the price

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