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Spotlight on: Fire Power by Robert Kirkman

Join us as we look at the Advance Edition of Robert Kirman’s new on-going series Fire Power!

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Weekend Update with Nico

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Week in Review: July 3

Welcome to the Week in Review – where we look at the books being released every week and highlight which ones have potential to heat up online. This week seems to be focused around comic book publisher – Image Comics. Jason Aaron is releasing a new creator owned series with Image Comics titled Sea of Stars. Sea of Stars #1

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Oblivion Song – REVISITED (in production at Universal Studios)

  Over the last year and a half we have written two articles (1) (2) about the Robert Kirkman series Oblivion Song. Earlier today news broke that Kirkman’s Oblivion Song was being adapted by Universal Studios as a feature film. Since the news broke over 100 copies of Oblivion Song #1 have sold online. I think now is a great time

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Oblivion Song #1 Pink Signature

When Skybound Comics announced Oblivion Song #1 we started to see speculation that we might see a pink signature chase variant. Skybound has done this twice previously with Walking Dead #171 and Redneck #6 and both of these were done by Oblivion Song artist Lorenzo De Felici. This week pink signature copies of Oblivion Song started popping up online in

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Word?!?! Oblivion Song

Oblivion Song is a new on-going series written by Robert Kirkman and published by Skybound Comics. Any time Robert Kirkman has a new series out there is usually a lot of hype behind it, the last time Kirkman released a new on-going series, Thief of Thieves, first prints sold out at the distributor level and the book was quickly “optioned”

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