21 Sep, 2012

A look at Green Arrow!

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Midtown Bloggin Hoods! Raph here, to talk to you about the latest hero to get his own television series: Green Arrow!

Oliver Queen has been around since 1941, and he’s had lots of landmark moments, here’s a brief look at his comics history.

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New York Comic Con tickets are now on sale at all 3 Midtown Comics locations!

Friday/Sunday $35 SOLD OUT!
Saturday $50 SOLD OUT!
3-Day (Fri, Sat, Sun) $65 SOLD OUT!
4-Day (Thurs, Fri, Sat, Sun) $85 SOLD OUT!

FREE Valiant comics!

With every purchase of a NYCC ticket from Midtown Comics, receive a FREE copy of Bloodshot #1 from our friends at Valiant Entertainment, while supplies last. To our friends outside of NYC, we’re sorry, but tickets are available in-store only!

October 11th-14th 2012

Midtown Bloggerinos! Raph here, with a special interview. I’ve been at Midtown for 4 and a half years, and I spent a great deal of that time with the man I interviewed. Hal Johnson is an institution here at Midtown Comics, and we’re all happy and proud that he has released his first book, Immortal Lycanthropes. Here is a short interview with him, enjoy!

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Take a look at this! This is the first of three Midtown exclusive Marvel NOW covers by J. Scott Campbell. Click here to pre-order all three and save 15%!

Be sure to check out our exclusive interview with J. Scott Campbell and making of the cover here!


This November Alex Ross returns to painting interior comics with writer Chris Roberson for the pulp hero crossover series Masks from Dynamite Entertainment. Get a look at some of the amazing Alex Ross art as well as a chance for you to win an extremely limited edition J. Scott Campbell variant cover to Damsels #1 from Dynamite Entertainment!

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11 Sep, 2012


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Midtown Bloggerinos! Raph here, and this time I’m going to share with you my experience at Baltimore Comic-Con! It was a two day affair at the Baltimore Convention Center, and I think it might become a part of my regular rotation of conventions! Read on!

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