More To Come 56: DC’s 3D Cover Woes

More to come

Recorded by the Comics World division of Publishers Weekly Magazine, it’s More To Come! Your biweekly dose of insider comics publishing news, discussion and controversy.  Starring Heidi MacDonald, the Eisner-nominated blogger of ComicsBeat.com, Calvin Reid, Senior News Editor of Publishers Weekly and Kate Fitzsimons, More To Come’s intrepid producer!

In this week’s episode,  the More to Come Crew discuss DC’s 3D novelty cover shortage and how it impacts retailers, the DC Comics ICv2 interview, new digital business models from Mark Waid’s Thrillbent, Keith Knight and the Sequential app, creator rights topics including the Kirby WFH legal ruling and Chris Claremont’s movie snub,  movie reviews of The Wolverine and Two Guns, manga obscenity arrests in Tokyo and much more in this podcast from PW Comics World.

Stay tuned in for our next regularly scheduled episode – there will definitely be More To Come!

 

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Boom! Addiction – Episode 2: 2 Guns, 3 Guns, and More Guns!

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Show Notes

Welcome back to the show!

This episode we go over a bit of news, congratulate everyone involved with the 2 GUNS movie, and go back to the miniseries that started it all. And afterwards we dive into 3 GUNS #1 and give our thoughts on this new miniseries. We finish up by looking ahead at what’s coming out for the next two weeks in bookstores from Boom!

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