Spawn #350 New Direction Sends Shockwaves Through The Spawn Universe


This month marks a pivotal moment in the history of Todd McFarlane’s Spawn. The monumental issue #350 promises an unprecedented shift and new direction for the acclaimed Spawn series—initiating not only a new era for Spawn, but also sending shockwaves through the rest of the Spawn Universe of titles. In Spawn #350, after a 250-issue vacancy, a NEW …

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Weekend Box Office Sacked By Super Bowl


The Super Bowl sacked the domestic box office this weekend as revenue fell to historic lows due to the weekend-long frenzy over Sunday’s showdown between the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers in Las Vegas, and an ongoing winter slowdown in major Hollywood studio titles. Matthew Vaughn‘s big budget bust, Argylle, placed No. 1 …

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Bestselling Audible Fiction Series ‘Impact Winter’ Gets Graphic Novel Collection

Impact Winter

Skybound and Image Comics, in collaboration with Anonymous Content and Audible, announced a graphic novel based on the #1 Audible Original of 2022, Impact Winter. The post-apocalyptic prequel from Audible series creator/writer Travis Beacham (Pacific Rim, Carnival Row) will collect Impact Winter #1, Impact Winter: Rook #1, and the upcoming Impact Winter: Evenfall #1 and will …

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Groundbreaking McFarlane Toys Celebrates 30Th Year Of Innovation In The Toy Industry

McFarlane Toys

McFarlane Toys, a trailblazer in the realm of action figures and collectibles, proudly marks its 30th anniversary in 2024 – commemorating three decades of innovation by setting new standards for the toy industry and design excellence. What began as a small, privately owned business in the early 90’s has evolved into …

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Skottie Young & Jorge Corona Reteam For Dark Western Fantasy Series ‘Ain’t No Grave’ This May

Ain't No Grave

Eisner Award winning writer Skottie Young and Eisner Award nominated artist Jorge Corona—the team behind Eisner Award nominated Middlewest and Bram Stoker Award nominated The Me You Love In The Dark—reunite for an all-new story titled, Ain’t No Grave. This five issue miniseries is set to launch in May from Image Comics. Ain’t No Grave is …

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Go, Ninja-Go! Skybound & Image Announce The All-New Lego Ninjago : Shatterspin #1  


Skybound and Image Comics, in partnership with global children’s book publisher AMEET, announced LEGO NINJAGO: SHATTERSPIN #1, the all-new series from critically acclaimed writer/artist Tri Vuong (Everyday Hero Machine Boy, LEGO NINJAGO: Garmadon). The newest installment of the worldwide phenomenon arrives in comic book stores May 22, 2024.  New and longtime fans …

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‘Argylle’ Bombs But Still Wins The Weekend Box Office


Matthew Vaughn‘s pricey spy comedy Argylle bombed at the North American box office in the biggest miss to date for Apple’s theatrical ambitions.  The movie opened to an estimated $18 million from 3,605 cinemas against a price tag of $200 million to $250 million, according to sources. The results weren’t much better overseas, where Argylleopened …

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Disney’s Hercules Embarks On An All-New Epic


This April, one of the greatest heroes throughout all of storytelling is setting out on a big comic adventure, as Disney’s Hercules returns for a brand-new comic book series presented by Dynamite Entertainment with writer Elliott Kalan and artist George Kambadais! The new comic follows the events of the beloved …

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Record-Breaking Spawn #350 Gets New Ruler, New Artist, New Direction

Spawn #350

February 2024 marks yet another milestone for Todd McFarlane’s Spawn comic. Not only will Spawn issue #350 break ANOTHER Guinness World Record, but will crown a NEW RULER to sit on the Throne of Hell, which has been EMPTY since issue #100. Spawn himself is also getting an overhaul with a NEW costume. As an added bonus for fans, …

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‘The Beekeeper’ Edges Out ‘Mean Girls’ To Win The Weekend


The Beekeeper is claiming victory over Mean Girls at the weekend box office with an estimated $7.4 million from 3,337 theaters, but Mean Girls was hot on its tail.  Both films are in their third weekend, and their domination underscores the worrisome situation facing cinema operators as the production pipeline slows to a trickle because …

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