Spider-Man Superman Spider-Gwen NYCC

It just wouldn’t be New York Comic-Con without a Midtown Comics booth! This year, you can find us at booth #2036, and we’ll have plenty of fun stuff for you to check out! Not only will we have 20% off ALL graphic novels at our booth, but we’ll also have cool exclusives, contests going on during the event, and you can even pose for a picture with Captain America’s iconic shield! There will be SIX exclusive covers to buy, TWO exclusive Marvel t-shirts, THREE exclusive Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice caps, and FOUR BVS shirts !

Interested in getting your hands on an awesome exclusive cover? Here’s the information about all five of them:

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All-New All-Different Marvel Midtown Comics

In the aftermath of Marvel Secret Wars, an all-new all-different lineup is on the horizon.  We’ve created a guide to help you keep track of the 45 newly revealed titles.  All that’s left to do is sit back, relax, and see what’s in store for your favorite Marvel heroes!

Read on for the complete list below and enjoy!

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Marvel Comics

By Dan Gladston

You’ve probably seen our guide to DC’s upcoming films by now, but what about Marvel’s upcoming releases? We’ve now created a list of some of the most anticipated films coming from the Marvel cinematic universe.  If you’ve been aching to learn more about these future hits, look no further!

Please enjoy the list that follows and we hope you post your thoughts, concerns, and opinions in the comments section below!

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30 Jan, 2013


Posted by Raphael in: Opinion | 6 Comments

MIDTOWN BLOGGERINOS! Raph here, with a sense of nostalgia. I happened to think about a list a few days ago, a list I didn’t like. In issue 70 of Wizard Magazine, way back in 1997, they had a list of the 10 toughest superheroes. At the time, I could understand some of their choices, but I was baffled by others. Normally, I try to be above the typical fanboy debates, because they can last forever without a clear cut winner. There’s plenty of reasons why Spider-Man loses to Iron Man, or Thor beats Wolverine… but I did happen to buy this issue of Wizard from our back issue bin, and thought, let’s have some fun! I’m going to follow the same basic rules Wizard did:

  1. We’re limiting these to active superheroes: the dead and the villainous need not apply (Sorry Professor X, Sentry, Molecule Man and Ares…) Anyone deceased as of Jan. 30th,2013  is disqualified.
  2. We’re also limiting this to a certain degree of power: let’s leave Galactus and co. out of this one.
  3. This is a knock-down, drag-out fight to the death. No one is holding back.

For the sake of sanity I’m limiting this list to Marvel, doing Marvel vs. DC just makes my head explode.

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