Happy new year! We’ve added another 100 more comics, trade paperbacks and hardcovers for subscription. DC brings us the Infinite Frontier, with new titles like Batman Urban Legends, Joker, Superman Red & Blue and much more. Image launches the new Scott Snyder series Nocterra. While Marvel brings us Alien and the wrap up of King in Black. All this and more comics shipping beginning March 2021 and beyond!
The year is wrapping up, and so is the future of the DCU! What will the Future State of DC be? What are the Black Hammer Visions? Who is Radiant Black? How do we discover Blade Runner Origins? These and more questions are answered in the new comics previews for product shipping beginning February 2020 and beyond!
We have added over 100 new comics, trade paperbacks, and hardcovers for subscription in the November 2020 previews. DC kicks the doors wide open with Future State, a two month event that takes over the entire DCU slate of titles, the grand launch of Star Wars The High Republic, and more from the new comics previews shipping in January 2021 and beyond.
There’s over 100 new comics, trade paperbacks and hardcovers added for subscription in the spookiest month of the year! Death Metal hits the end game, the start of Marvel’s King in Black, and more previews for comics shipping in December 2020 and beyond!
As the weather heats up, the comics get hotter Batman celebrates his 1000th issue in his own title with Detective Comics 1027, there’s more Death Metal, returns from Bill and Ted, Firefly and Stranger things, PLUS the all new X-Men event – X of Swords, and so much more in the new previews for comics shipping in September 2020 and beyond!
A lot of things have changed in the world of comics since the Global COVID-19 pandemic shut down several industries, including the comics industry back in late March, but many things are still largely the same. Effective this Wednesday (May 20th) new comics will be on sale from Diamond Comics Distribution, although there will be drastically reduced output as all publishers ramp back up.
Diamond Comic Distributors has made a formal announcement about future distribution plans in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Effective April 1st, Diamond will no longer be shipping new product to us for the foreseeable future. We don’t know when things will get back to relative normal, or what this will actually mean in the long run.
UPDATE: In response to advice from Health Canada, Toronto Comicon 2020 (March 20-22 2020) has been cancelled.