various minis that interest me
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various minis that interest me
I organize mine either by shared universe (Marvel, DC, Star Wars) or in the order I started collecting them. I keep them in a huge square box, using only bags and boards for the first issue of each...
It worked for you, but whatever. Don't care anymore.
Yup. Seemed like it was going to be one of the few non-X-Men, Spidey, or Avengers titles to stay at $2.99.
Don't worry, they're not.
Post #18 says it better and more eloquently.
Prior to the Disney acquisition with Marvel, I might have agreed with you, but not now. At this point, Disney has been trying to keep as much of its TV...
Look at post #18.
Not entirely, because movie and TV rights can be tied to one another. In instances in which that isn't the case, it's generally a result of one company getting TV or movie rights before another does...
Actually, what it means is that Disney has the rights to Cloak & Dagger. Sony does not.
I was on board for the initial series featuring the Dodsons on art chores and that was a blast. I was already sold on this new series and added it to my pull list yesterday.
IIRC, Cloak & Dagger was already optioned by Disney as a possible TV series for ABC Family, but that was shortly after they acquired Marvel and nothing has been heard about that since. Still, I think...
My excitement died upon learning it's going to be a $3.99 book now.
I never saw Seed Destiny, but this is the prevalent sentiment I've heard from people who have.
Quite a few people I've met share that opinion. I've been out of the loop with Gundam since 00, so I...
Miho Nishizumi (Meg McDonald)
Saori Takabe (Jessica Calvello)
Hana Isuzu (Caitlynn French)
Yukari Akiyama (Rebekah Stevens)
Mako Reizei (Molly Searcy)
That wasn't always the case. And given how much time has passed since then, Gundam Build Fighters might be the show that re-launches their U.S. market.
Gotta cover up the boobies.
I think it's the last shot of getting Gundam back on U.S. television and (perhaps more importantly) Gundam toys back in U.S. retail stores like it was during the early 2000s.
IIRC, Teen Titans Go and other comedy cartoons get better ratings and/or really pulls in CN's most desirable demographic (6-11 year olds).
Comedy and toy-driven cartoons just do better on CN proper rather than action-adventure cartoons (those seem to have a better chance of at least airing on their late Saturday night/early Sunday...
I'm really starting to love Dark Horse's new superhero line.
For me, it's an even tie between:
Ichigo Kurosaki from Bleach
Medaka Kurokami from Medaka Box
Seriously? Marvel's now pricing all-ages books at $3.99 too?
I thought they wanted more kids reading comics, not less...
I think I've just outgrown events (not just from Marvel, but from everyone). Or it just may be that I'm tired of buying extra crossover books every time I turn around and I'm content with the number...
Not everything produced by someone is going to be a winner to someone else.