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Dear Mr. and Mrs. Snyder, Ms. Nelson, Mr. Goyer and Mr. Meyer,
Hello, I am writing to you in response to your attempts at making a Superman/Batman movie. I am a longtime fan and enthusiast of these two characters, dating back to early childhood. My earliest memories involve seeing Adam West and George Reeves on television as Bruce Wayne and Clark Kent, respectively, as well as their alter egos, thanks to the magic of television syndication. I am the floor manager of the Times Square location of the largest comics retail entity in the world, Midtown Comics, and that’s in no small part thanks to the actors that have portrayed Superman and Batman. I have taken great interest in your project, but have some reservations. By no means do I want you to discontinue your project, but I would like to bring up some points for you to consider. Read the rest of this entry »
Is it October yet?! On Thursday, August 8th, New York Comic Con tickets will go on sale at 12noon for a special event at Midtown Comics Downtown! This is an early release event for tickets as other Midtown Comics locations will not have tickets for sale until Friday, August 9th, and other NYC comic retailers will not have tickets available until August 12th.
Get your picture with the all new New York Comic Con 2013 Camaro, created in partnership with Chevy! NYCC will be on hand to giveaway cool stuff like t-shirts, stickers, posters, buttons, and more!!!!
$30.00 for a Thursday One-Day Ticket
$40.00 for a Friday or Sunday One-Day Ticket,
$50.00 for a Saturday One-Day ticket,
$65.00 for a 3-Day Ticket,
$85.00 for a 4-Day Ticket and
$5.00 for a Kids Day Ticket.
There is a limit of 6 tickets per customer.
Kids day ticket policy:
Kids Day Tickets must be purchased for Children ages 6-12 for use on Sunday, October 13, 2013 from 10 am – 5 pm.
NOTE: a Kids Day Ticket can only be purchased with the purchase of an Adult Sunday One-Day Ticket, 3-
Day Ticket, or 4-Day Ticket.
The Wolverine heads into theaters on July 26th, and will mark Hugh Jackman’s 5th appearance on screen as the character (6th if you count his brief cameo in X-Men: First Class), and with the films script based loosely on the beloved Wolverine mini series by Chris Claremont and Frank Miller, fans are expecting the best Wolverine their ticket price can buy. But does this tale of ninja and samurai warriors deliver? For the sake of ease in weighing the good with the bad, it behooves us to make a list. (Spoilers ahead.) Read the rest of this entry »
The 2013 San Diego Comic Con was full of huge announcements, but one of the biggest was Warner Bros. plans to expand on the DC Cinematic Universe. Let’s take a look at what they said, and what it possibly means for the future. Read the rest of this entry »
Bloggerinos! Raph here, with a conversation with Friend of Midtown, Matt Fraction! We talk mostly about his Marvel work, but I also got a peak at Satellite Sam, which is his latest series over at Image Comics! Enjoy! Read the rest of this entry »
This morning on The Today Show, you may have seen some really cool toys and comics being talked about. Where do these amazing items come from? MidtownComics.com of course! Check out the full segment below.
How to sell your stuff for extra cash.
From baseball cards to Barbie dolls, Kim Lankford of Kiplinger’s Personal Finance offers suggestions on how you can make a little extra cash on your unwanted belongings.