25 Oct, 2011
25 Oct, 2011
21 Oct, 2011
Take a look at all our coverage from the 2011 New York Comic Con!
The New 52 races on! Get a look at all the great DC New 52 books heading your way this November!
19 Sep, 2011
New York, NY, September 19, 2011- Midtown Comics in New York City will present writer Ron Marz signing his DC Comics New 52 book Voodoo #1 at Midtown Comics Downtown on Wednesday, September 28th from 6:00PM to 7:00PM.
Ron Marz has been writing comics for two decades, after leaving a job in journalism when he found out that just making stuff up was a lot more fun. Marz started his career with a lengthy run on Silver Surfer for Marvel. Since then, he has worked for virtually every major publisher and compiled a long list of credits, including stints on Green Lantern for DC, Star Wars for Dark Horse, Witchblade for Top Cow, and as a staff writer for CrossGen Comics.
Voodoo #1: Who is Voodoo? Is she hero, villain – or both? Learn the truth about Priscilla Kitaen as she leaves a trail of violence across America. Discover the new DCU through her eyes, because the things she sees are not always what they seem…
MIDTOWN COMICS opened its first store in 1997, and is now the industry’s leading retailer of comic books, graphic novels, and manga, with its online store as well as three landmark NYC locations in Times Square, Grand Central and Downtown. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and the Midtown blog! More information available online at: http://www.midtowncomics.com
13 Sep, 2011
THIS CONTEST HAS ENDED! Congratulations to the winners!
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Ten lucky winners will win a fist print copy of the DC New 52 book Justice League #1 signed by artist Jim Lee and writer Geoff Johns!
09 Sep, 2011
UPDATE: It has been reported that the man who stole Mike Meyer’s Superman collection has been brought to justice and his collection has been returned! We will no longer be accepting donations. You can read more about the arrest at Comics Alliance. We’re happy to see that Mike was able to get his collection back.
Our hearts go out to Mike Meyer, whose entire Superman collection was stolen by a former co-worker. As Greg Hatcher mentions on CBR, Mike has been on a special-needs disability pension for the last twenty years, and supplements that meager income by working part-time at a fast-food place. The one thing that he really cherished was his Superman collection.