Comic Culture November 14th

This week Comic Culture hosts Chris and Walt tackle some interesting topics including Tony Harris’ recent rant, the October comic book sales numbers, good news on the Goon movie front, Michael Arndt’s new gig as screenwriter for Star Wars Episode 7, Fearless Defenders #1 and more. The guys also cover of the new comics hitting the stands today at your local comic book shops. OK so lets all just kick back, relax and enjoy the Comic Culture radio show.

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Enjoy Comic Culture November 14th 2012 Edition:

 

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Walter Durajlija
Walter Durajlija is an Overstreet Advisor and Shuster Award winner. He owns Big B Comics in Hamilton Ontario.
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2 Comments

  1. Memory Lane Books comic shop opened in Toronto in 1967, four years before Now And Then Books.

    Retailers generally don’t pay more for variants; because they have to buy more books to get the variants they pass that cost along to the consumer.

  2. Yes, the Captain George shop in TO was definitely the 1st. Harry Kremer’s Now and Then shop in Kitchener, Ontario bridged those early days to the establishment of the Direct Market comic book shop.

    Retailers will weigh what variants to get and how many to get based on what they can get for them and how many they think they can sell. Retailers do pay extra for the variants, it just comes back to them IF they sell.

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