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Article by Jarrett Kruse

Toy Fair is the Super Bowl for Action Figure Junkies and this year was a big one for AFJ, personally, since I got snowed out two of the four days in 2015. So it was all business for me in 2016 with a solid 16 appointments set up and a madcap schedule for the four day marathon event. By the time I came around to my DC COLLECTIBLES walk-through, I was pretty much spent for the day desperate to take a knee.  However, as if the doctor had pulled the paddles out and yelled, “CLEAR!!” to his staff, new life was brought to me in the form of DC COLLECTIBLES’ court jester, Mr. Jim Fletcher.

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This week is jam packed with guests, as our intrepid hosts Gavin, Gregg, and Ted interview Brad Walker (Aquaman), Declan Shalvey (Civil War II: Choosing Sides, Injection), Scott Snyder (Batman: Rebirth) and Tom King (Batman, The Vision)!

Also, our X-Men Apocalypse signed poster giveaway is extended ONE MORE WEEK!

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This week, Gavin and Ted chat about E3 and all the exciting video games coming out soon, plus a former “Teen Wolf” star is the Superman, and all the upcoming signings at Midtown Comics including Brad Walker, Declan Shalvey, Tom King, Scott Snyder, Ethan Van Sciver and Mark Millar!

If you have any suggestions or questions for the show please let us know through our Twitter, Facebook or email us at podcast@midtowncomics.com.  Leave a question on our voicemail at 980-MIDTOWN and we’ll play it on the show! Remember to subscribe on iTunes!

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It’s almost time for another epic sale at our warehouse over in LIC, Queens! We’ve refreshed our stock and we’re offering up to 50% OFF back issues, action figures, graphic novels, collectibles, DVDs, and more on Saturday, June 18th, from 10am-5pm!  The first warehouse sale was a huge success – hundreds of fans walked away with some great additions to their collection, and they saved a whole lot of cash! So, we’re going to do the MEGA WAREHOUSE SALE all over again! It’s a sale so big that it warranted using bold and caps lock! Our warehouse is easy to get to, and only minutes from Grand Central Station.  See below for detailed travel instructions.
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Midtown Comics Episode 094 We’ve Got Soule!

This week, Ted and Gregg chat with writer Charles Soule about his book Strange Attractors! Plus, Gavin and Ted talk about Supergirl casting news, X-Men Apocalypse reviewed in full, and an X-Men themed giveaway!

If you have any suggestions or questions for the show please let us know through our Twitter, Facebook or email us at podcast@midtowncomics.com.  Leave a question on our voicemail at 980-MIDTOWN and we’ll play it on the show! Remember to subscribe on iTunes!

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Article by Enrique Varona. Art by Ivan Reis and Joe Prado.

 

My first issue of the Flash changed the way I looked at comics. It was during the Geoff Johns run, and the Flash was teaming up with Nightwing, fighting against Gorilla Grodd in the Flash Museum. It was an immediately exciting issue, but there was something more to it that hooked me; The Flash Museum itself. The Flash was smashing through exhibits focused on his villains, while Grodd tore through statues in his quest to vanquish his foe. There was a history to these characters, and their world. Nightwing and Flash were best friends, and referenced their past. It was a whole world of curiosity and adventure. With DC Rebirth, I feel this same sense of adventure. I feel a history, I feel a curiosity, I feel a smile creeping across my face as I turn every page. And it’s a feeling I welcome.

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