Today at Midtown Comics Times Square, Gregg, Vic, Jay, and John show off this week’s brand new releases as well as some must have trades! Take a look at what Marvel, DC, Image, and many other publishers have in store for your eyes this week!

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Article by Jarrett Kruse

Article by Jarrett Kruse

 

It has been quite a year in the toy industry and as the 2016 holiday season arrives, MIDTOWN COMICS & AFJ are ready to give you the definitive gift giving guide. Whether it is at one of our amazing NYC stores or online, MIDTOWN has the Junkies in mind. Whether you are a fan of figures, statues, busts, or POP Vinyls, MIDTOWN has you covered. Lets’ dig right in!

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On November 19th, Midtown Comics will help celebrate Local Comics Shop Day! Come support your local shops and check out a number of exclusive items you can only find at participating shops like Midtown Comics, only on Local Comic Shop Day! These comics will be available IN-STORE ONLY and are limited to one-per-person. Find them while supplies last! Select items will be available online on Monday, November 21st! Highlights include a DC Universe Rebirth Deluxe Edition Hardcore, Champions #1 Neal Adams cover, a Lying Cat from Saga statue, and a Bloodshot USA #1 variant! Supplies will be very limited, so make sure to act quickly! Please see below for the full list of releases.

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Get your hands on a copy of Civil War II #3 here: http://bit.ly/29QlTgZ

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There’s a new inhuman in the Marvel Universe. The guy’s name is Ulysses, and he has quite a power: it appears he can predict the future. Captain Marvel wants to use this ability to prevent tragedies and crimes from occurring. Iron Man, however, thinks it’s wrong to take action against someone before they’ve committed a crime – or maybe even before they’ve thought of it. Now, Ulysses had a vision of the Hulk lashing out. With Civil War II #3, Captain Marvel, Iron Man, and many other heroes visit Bruce Banner to talk about the violent vision Ulysses had about the Green Goliath. But when all is said and done, one character is no longer alive.

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The best day of the year is almost here! Midtown Comics is thrilled to celebrate yet another edition of Free Comic Book Day, both in-store on Saturday, May 7th, and online on Monday, 9th! All of the FCBD titles from every participating publisher will be offered for free, with no purchase required, in-store and online while supplies last. We’ll also have special Midtown-branded editions of two FCBD Marvel and DC Comics – read on for more info on those exclusives!

Please note: Everyone is welcome to one copy of each FCBD title while supplies last. Some titles will be in very limited quantities and are not expected to last all day, and we recommend that you arrive/order online early. FCBD books are not bagged and boarded, condition (grade) is not guaranteed, replacements will not be available. All FCBD titles from our website will start to ship on Wednesday, May 11th. There may be delays due to the volume of orders. We appreciate your patience.

Due to new industry-wide policies, FCBD books cannot be offered online until the Monday after FCBD. Please be aware that while the books are free, there is a handling fee per book

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Order The Wicked + The Divine here: http://bit.ly/1Sy2sGC

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Article by Enrique Varona. Art by Jamie McKelvie and Matthew Wilson.

The Wicked + The Divine by Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie is the best comic you aren’t reading yet. And if you’re already reading it, you know why everybody else should be. The series focuses on a pantheon of twelve gods that are brought together every ninety years, blessed with supernatural abilities and incredible fame. However, the glory comes at a steep price; they die after two years. And once again, they return, to start the cycle for a new generation.  As the young Laura finds herself roped into this world of intrigue and glamor, she finds that not all gods are good and that fame isn’t everything you want it to be. Oh, and did I mention that the gods are based on pop culture icons such as Rihanna, Kanye West, Daft Punk, David Bowie, and Prince? Now we’re talking.

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