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Way of X #1

It’s a new week and we have a lot coming at you on the site. We’ve got a packed week of reviews, interviews, unboxings, and more! We’re kicking off the day with news and reviews from around the web you might have missed this weekend.

KRGV – Records: Edinburg assistant principal admits to stealing $400 worth of comic books from McAllen store – Sigh. So, like one new issue?

The Beat – A Year of Free Comics: Will GEMINI JOURNEY land a fantasy job? – Free Comics!


CBR – Murder Hobo: Chaotic Neutral #1
That Hashtag Show – Specter Inspectors #3
Laughing Place – Way of X #1

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Nubia: Real One

It’s a new week and new month and we’ve got lots coming for you. Lets kick things off with some news and reviews from around the web.

Mankato Free Press – Five charged in alleged comic book burglary ring – Well ok then.


Comic Attack – Excellence #10
Collected Editions – Hawkman Vol. 4 Hawks Eternal
NPR – Nubia: Real One
How to Love Comics – Rogue Planet
CBR – Write It in Blood
Talking Comics – X-Men Legends #1

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It’ a new week and it’s MLK Day here at GP HQ. We have lots coming your way today though with our normal coverage as we take the day to reflect and maybe prepare a bit for the rest of the week.

Kotaku – The New York Times Is Worried Kids Are Playing Video Games Too Much During The Pandemic – We’d be more worried about the brainwashed parents taking up arms due to conspiracies.

Niagara This Week – Comic books worth thousands recovered after Niagara Falls theft – Glad these were found.


Talking Comics – Future State: Justice League #1

Future State: Justice League #1

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X-Men #9

It was to be new comic book day yesterday. Did anyone go to your comic shop? What’d you get? What’d you enjoy? What’d you dislike? Sound off in the comments below! While you think about that, here’s some comic news and reviews from around the web.

CBLDF – Retailer Checklist For Temporary Store Closures – A handy guide.

Calgary Herald – Three rare comic books worth $50,000 stolen from Calgary shop – If anyone has any information, please do the right thing.


The Beat – No One’s Rose #1
But Why Tho Podcast – Star Wars: Bounty Hunters #2
Newsarama – X-Men #9

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Runaway Princess

It’s a new week as the first month of the year comes winding to a close. We’ve got lots on tap coming at you. To get things rolling here’s some comic news and reviews from around the web to start the week!

Kotaku – The next issue of Jump Square will have an 87-page one-shot Death Note manga. – Nice!

Boston.com – Pow! Three arrested in theft of $250,000 worth of comic books – Glad they were caught.

CBLDF – Jason Reynolds Named Library of Congress’ national ambassador for young people’s literature – Congrats!

ICv2 – IDW Publishing Lost $800,000 in Fiscal Q4, $5.2 Million for the Year – That’s not good. It was a rough year for the publisher with lots of shake-ups. We’ll see if things can turn around in 2020.

Smash Pages – 2020 Eisner Hall of Fame nominees announced – Congrats to all the nominees!

Newsarama – Marvel Cancels Hulu’s Howard the Duck and Tigra & Dazzler Shows – This isn’t surprising. We were expecting the entire line of shows to be canceled after the Marvel Studios shake-up and Ghost Rider not happening at Hulu.

Kotaku – Five-Year-Old Batman: Arkham Knight Gets New Cosmetic DLC – Everything old is new again!


Geek Dad – Runaway Princess
Blog Critics – The Trial of Kitaro

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Wizard World

Check out some comic news and a review from around the web as you wait for the weekend to begin!

SyFy – Kapow! Comic book store owner helps nab thieves who tried to sell him back his own stolen books – And the award for the dumbest criminals goes to…

ICv2 – Wizard Losses Continue – These are still going on?

The Beat – A Year of Free Comics: Laura Ķeniņš on The Sixth Mass Extinction – Free comics!


Comics Bulletin – Batman Universe #2

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We’re still recovering from San Diego Comic-Con and have lots of interviews to get up on the site over the next week. But, that’s not stopping us from regular coverage! While you wait, here’s some comic news and a review from around the web.

KSRO – 70-Year-Old Comic Book Law Resurfaces In Sacramento – There’s a lot of these types of laws around.

Kotaku – Glitch Allows 4 Spider-Mans In One Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 Party – Multiverse in action?


Talking Comics – Superman’s Pal Jimmy Olsen #1

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Clue: Candlestick #2

We spent the weekend at the ALA Conference and will have our thoughts later in the day (it was amazing). It was an amazing experience celebrating books, comics, libraries, and more! While you wait for that, here’s some comic news and reviews from around the web.

Kotaku – Streamer Raises Almost $1 Million For Charity In Just Four Hours – Not comic related but great to see this.

New York Post – Ex-employee of famed comic shop accused of swiping $50K in merchandise – That’s not good.

Queensland Times – Comic book drug plot alleged ringleader in court – This has been fascinating to learn about.

CBR – Venom 2: Sony Confirms Sequel is Happening, Tom Hardy Returning – The first made a ton of money. Of course it’s returning with Hardy!


Newsarama – Captain America #11
Clue: Candlestick #2

Man Arrested for Comic Theft at C2E2

Stephen Bowles, 51, of Remington, Indiana was charged with three felony accounts of theft in related to rare comic books take at this past weekend’s Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo (C2E2).

Bowles is accused of stealing over $9,000 in comics from three vendors. He was ordered held on $10,000 bail and being held at a Cook County Jail until he can post a $1,000 bond.

A vendor alerted Chicago police and Bowles was arrested. He was found with some of the reported stolen comics. He is alledged to have taken $4,500 worth of comics from one vendor, $3,500 from another, and a third for $1,200.

Bowles admitted to the theft after being arrested.

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The weekend is almost here! What geeky things will you all be doing? Sound off in the comments! While you wait for the work day to end and the weekend to begin, here’s some comic news and reviews from around the web in our morning roundup.

Comicmix – There’s been an arrest in Modesto comic book store burglaries – Good.

Kotaku – Unions Stole The Show At Last Night’s GDC Awards – Will the comic industry follow the game industry?

The Beat – A Year of Free Comics: A Delightful Journey in Priya Huq’s The Bride’s Quarry – Free comics!


ComicsBulletin – Spider-Man: Life Story #1

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