"The one closest to me hasn't gotten them for months -- or if they've gotten them, they've moved them to somewhere new that I can't find them. The Walmart I get mine from is a couple blocks away from my new comics shop...and a…"
"@Richard, et al.
As far as I know, ALL Walmarts are supposed to be participating; but speaking from first hand experience as recorded in previous posts on this thread, some Walmarts are definitely much better than others."
"Here's one: After hosting voting for the three features in this summer's Steel Cage sampler, AHOY has decided to publish all three series -- Bright Boy, True Identity, and Noah Zark -- as series in 2020. (Almost as if they planned it…"
"I'm going to be open-minded about this as these are new versions of the classic Legionnaires as this would be, say, Saturn Girl IV, I think.
And the Legion was removed in order to do the Justice League 3000 book which jumped on the…"
"Well, we're through the first half of FtWD Season 5. The show returns Aug. 11 for eight more episodes.
FtWD isn't a bad show. It's just not a great show -- I've been spoiled by Peak TV. 15 years ago, this would have been an…"
"Maybe selling books in Walmart* and possibly Target is a way to diversify genres and gain new readers. Most comic book stores can't afford to invest in a lot of unreturnable comics that their regular customers won't buy. When we lost the…"
"I will be the first to concede that we need more diversity within the comics. Not just with the individual characters but in the genres as well.
At one point there were so many different varieties available. Now it seems anything outside of…"
"“The Legion of Super-Heroes is the biggest project I’ve ever done in my life,” he told Newsarama.
That’s from the guy who re-built the Avengers, created the Ultimate Universe and gave us the Miles Morales Spider-Man.
"Yep, even in 3 big budget movies, seems it would be difficult to adequately show how Scott and Jean matured as characters from adolescents learning how to control their powers and apparently fearful of intimacy to more self-assured young adults and…"
Cap, a slight correction to your "Reprint Wishes" in CBG #1680. It was the Armorines that wore "Iron Man-type armor." The bodies of the H.A.R.D. Corps members were implanted with technology that would allow them to utilize one Harbinger power (such as strength or invulnerability) at a time. H.A.R.D. Corps #4 was my first Valiant book.