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Tommy #1 (Limited to ONLY 200)
Writer: John Ulloa / Al Bondiga
Art: Juan Navarro

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Writer: John Ulloa
Art: Ulises Carpintero – Greg Navasa
Cover Art: Jeff Dekal

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Hot Picks Top 5 #61

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InvestComics put out a late article on Friday due to numerous request from our fans. We usually cover the Free Comic Book Day comics, but this year we were going to cover “some” on our social media outs. But many fans emailed and messaged us asking where the article was covering the FCBD 2016 comics. So we released the Free Comic Book Day 2016 Hot Picks late Friday for our fans. Click the image below and see what you may have missed. If you missed anything important, click the Red links or comic covers to see if they are available on Ebay from ALL available sellers. Thanks again for asking us to get on it! We enjoy bringing you fresh content all the time.

FCBD 2016

Free Comic Book Day 2016 Hot Picks

….Before moving ahead, we’d like to say hello to our friends over at Nerd Fu. These guys cover our Hot Picks Top 5 each and every week on their show and we want to let them know we appreciate it immensely. We listen to their superb high quality podcast each week and can say with no doubt or hesitation, they are the best podcast guys out there each and every week. It’s informative, it’s fresh, and it’s fun. Go to their website and check them out right HERE, you’ll see exactly what we’re talking about. No BS, these guys bring it. Thanks again Nerd Fu.

Action Comics #52 – DC fans are showing their love for Superman. This issue features the battle between the pre-New 52 Superman and Today’s Superman. Only one shall walk away. We’ll see about that. Anyways, the John Romita Jr. variant is sold out.

Web Warriors #7 – Spider-Punk will be joining the Web Warriors party. Check out more details in this weeks InvestComics Hot Picks #423 on what we had to say about his appearance. 

All New All Different Avengers #9 – An all new Wasp makes her first appearance.

Alan Dracon #1  – Doctor Who fans have responded to buying up this comic. Writer Stefano Martino of Doctor Who will give fans a new number one comic this week from Amigo Comics. It’s sold out at the distributor.

Black Panther #2 – The Midnight Angels are appearing in this series. Read lots more on this comic in this week’s InvestComics Hot Picks #423.

Action Comics #52

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Web Warriors #7

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All New All Different Avengers #9 Alex Ross variant

Top 5 – Click To Buy/Bid

Alan Dracon #1

Top 5 – Click To Buy/Bid

Black Panther #2

Top 5 – Click To Buy/Bid

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Here are the rest of the comics appearing in this week’s InvestComics Hot Picks #423. Click the link for more details!

 
 

IC 100 Club Pick: Uncanny X-Men #25 1966 (Graded 7.5)

Gwenpool #2

Gwenpool #2 – Click To Buy/Bid

Silk #8

Silk #8 – Click To Buy/Bid

Gwenpool #2

Silk #8

Doomwar #5 (2010)

Guardians Of The Galaxy #8

Amazing Spider-Man #10 (2015)

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. #5

Venom Space Knight #7

Darth Vader #20

Harley Quinn and Her Gang of Harleys #1

Harley Quinn and Her Gang of Harleys #2

Satellite Falling #1

Fix #1

Fix #2

Forgive Me Father #1

Jackpot #2

Frontlines Requiem #1

Unleash #1

Penny Dreadful #1

 

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Invest wisely. Read comics.

Carpe Diem.

Jay Katz – Social Media Strategist

 

Hot Picks Video #423

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X-Men #25

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Each week InvestComics seeks out a comic(s) on Ebay for $100 or less and then brings it to the attention of our fans. We call it IC 100 Club Pick. The idea is to get a great book at a great price. We do not own nor are we selling these comics. The comics are found by a random process. We do not know the ebay seller(s), nor are we promoting the Ebay seller. Any knowing from the Ebay seller of InvestComics or its affiliates is purely coincidental. (See disclaimer for more details).

IC 100 Club Pick: Uncanny X-Men #25 1966 (Graded 7.5). This comic is from the original X-Men series of the early 1960’s. The 25th issue from the original series graded at a nice 7.5 for only $95 and FREE shipping. A Jack Kirby cover and the introduction of El Tigre. A fantastic Silver Age graded comic at an affordable price. And FREE shipping. Good deal.  

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Silk #8

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Gwenpool #2

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Black Panther #2

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Guardians Of The Galaxy #8

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Doomwar #5

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Gotta love that new Gwenpool #2 cover. DC Comics gives fans a parody character of Deadpool a few weeks back; Red Tool. Now Marvel has this cover of Gwenpool on the cover resembling a certain DC character that welds a big hammer most of the time. Sometimes a baseball bat or whatever she can really get her hands on, but preferably that really BIG hammer is usually her “go-to”. Make of the cover what you will, but that sure does look like that DC girl. One more thing, the Gwenpool #2 Reilly Brown incentive cover is sold out.

Marvel Comics introduces yet another character on one of their covers. Seems like a trend now each week doesn’t it? Boy they market so well, catering to the comic collector. Silk #8 will feature Silk The Worthy (Silk as Thor). May never amount to anything, but the thing is, they seem to nail awesome looking characters! Create the character, the demand may come, a follow up on making the character a part of the actual Marvel Universe and there you have it, an introduction on a comic cover.

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Writer Ta-Nehisi Coates of the new Black Panther series will probably make readers realize that his particular take on this character is unlike anything they’ve ever read before. Black Panther #2 comes out on Wednesday and will prove this point even more so. The Midnight Angels make an appearance to stir things up a bit. The Midnight Angels first appeared way back in 2010’s Doomwar #5, a comic that features lots of guest spots including Deadpool. And Black Panther, of course. Marvel’s new Apocalypse variant covers are killing it too these past couple of weeks. The Apocalypse Black Panther #2 variant is proof of this.
….And Dale Keown’s Guardians Of The Galaxy #8 Apocalypse cover is ridiculously wonderful.

Amazing Spider-Man #10

ASM #10 – Click To Buy/Bid

All New All Different Avengers #9 Alex Ross variant

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All New All Different Avengers #9

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Web Warriors #7

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Web Warriors #7 features a character we told you about a while back. We wrote about the possible breakout of this character someday. Well, maybe the time has come now. Spider-Punk makes his way back into the pages of a Spidey related book. Spider-Punk first appeared in Amazing Spider-Man #10 (2015). You already knew this because you follow InvestComics and realize we are the best thing since sliced bread. Maybe sliced comics. No, no, don’t slice your comics, not good.

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Marvel will introduce Grant Ward into the Marvel Universe this week. See that happen in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. #5.
Staying on topic of introducing characters in the Marvel Universe, take a look at All New All Different Avengers #9. This issue will introduce the All new Wasp! The regular and variant Alex Ross covers kick as*.
Venom Space Knight #7 may introduce a new foe. Or it features more depth on a newer character. Check this one out to reaffirm.
Another week, and more Star Wars comics to read! Darth Vader #20 begins a new story arc and begins a backup story with Triple-Zero and Beetee.

Agents of Shield #5

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Darth Vader #20

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Harley Quinn and Her Gang of Harley's #2

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Venom Space Knight #7

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There are many DC covers paying homage to their own series this Wednesday. With many issues hitting that proverbial 52nd issue, DC will regurgitate the covers from it’s premiere issue in its own series with issue number 52. It all seems so contrived at this point with the New 52 in so many ways. Homage to a number one issue from 51 issues ago? Really?? Okay.

Learn more about the new character Harley Sinn introduced in Harley Quinn and Her Gang of Harleys #1 in this week’s Harley Quinn and Her Gang of Harleys #2.
Check out a major status quo change in Selina’s life coming up in Catwoman #52.
Fans could possibly witness the death of Superman this week. Again. Who cares? It’s all in good fun storytelling. Check out Action Comics #52 as Superman from pre-New 52 meets up with the current Superman. Only one may survive.

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Action Comics #52

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Catwoman #52

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Jackpot #2

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Unleash #1

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Satellite Falling #1 from IDW Publishing will appeal to sci-fi fans, so get your read on.
Image Comics’ Fix #1 sold out last month, pick up Fix #2 if you missed that first issue and see what you may be missing. Then pick up Fix #1 by clicking our link!

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More Indie’s you must check out this Wednesday.
Creature Entertainment releases Forgive Me Father #1. Written by John Ulloa, art from Ulises Carpintero and Greg Narvasa. Check out this second volume from CE. It’ll be a great read indeed.
We love the eye candy cover from After-Shock Comics’ Jackpot #2. We have Brian Stelfreeze to thank for that. Thank you Brian!
Frontlines Requiem #1 (Jet City Comics) comes from a best selling novel. A four issue mini written by Ivan Brandon and art by Gary Erskine.
Writer Stefano Martino (Doctor Who) scribes Alan Dracon #1 (Amigo Comics). It’s sold out. Amigo Comics also delivers Unleash #1 on Wednesday. Two comics to check out from them!
Penny Dreadful #1 (Titan Comics).

Forgive Me Father #1

Forgive Me Father #1 – Click To Buy/Bid

Satellite Falling #1

Satellite Falling #1 – Click To Buy/Bid

Fix #2

Fix #2 – Click To Buy/Bid

Alan Dracon #1

Alan Dracon #1 – Click To Buy/Bid

Frontlines Requiem #1

Frontlines Requiem #1 – Click To Buy/Bid

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Invest wisely. Read Comics.

Carpe Diem.

Jay Katz

WIN Tommy #1 Variant

Creature Entertainment has given InvestComics the red hot Tommy #1 variant to give to a lucky fan! This comic has already sold on Ebay for more than $100! Cover art/interior art: Juan Navarro, story by John Ulloa & Al Bondiga.

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Tommy #1As always, the rules are simple, but you MUST follow them or you will NOT be eligible to win!!
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We will announce a winner in the InvestComics Hot Picks #419 article on April 15, 2016 (tax day!)  Good luck to everyone!!

Fine Print: If you have won a giveaway from InvestComics LLC within the last 6 months, you are not eligible in this giveaway. InvestComics LLC and the parent company within this giveaway is not responsible for any lost item(s) shipped after the giveaway is over. There will be no replacement item(s) shipped out once the product is in the sole possession of the delivery service of our choice. We are not responsible for the condition of the product once it leaves our possession. If you do not respond via message or email to our announcement that you’ve won on any of the social media that we post and tag you on within 15 days, your prize will be forfeited. No rainchecks. We will not chase you. InvestComics does not send out prizes. The above company or creator giving away the item(s) sends out the prize(s). Once we receive your address information we send it to the company or creator so that THEY send it to the winner. InvestComics is NOT responsible for any item(s) not shipped out in a timely manner. Please contact the company or creator directly if you deem it necessary to do so. We will NOT be the middle man handling the shipping of your item(s). 

Hot Picks Top 5 #52

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Hot Picks Top 5 based on InvestComics Hot Picks #414 and new comics coming this Wednesday 3/9/16. Click the link to read the article now.

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**Please, if you are a new reader or a regular reader of this article and have not seen or read the disclaimer, we urge you to read it (link provided above).
Every  week before new comic book day, here are the Top 5 NEW comics to speculate/read from this Wednesday. This list is pulled straight from the latest (weekly) InvestComics Hot Picks article.
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NOTE. Please understand that when InvestComics releases the Hot Picks article on Friday that many of the independent comics may not be available on Ebay yet. Most of the time, some of the more obscure titles make their way onto Ebay later on in the week or right on/at/before new comic book day on Wednesday. Be sure to check back and click the links or cover(s) to see if the books you want have been listed on Ebay. They usually show up, so be sure to check back!

We are not responsible for comics not shipped on time and or changing of release dates regarding this article or any article on InvestComics. We report on the comics DUE out the coming week. We have NO control of release dates nor will we change our article to accommodate a change in shipping, release date or cancellation.

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Spider-Man Deadpool #3

Spider-Man Deadpool #3 – Hot Pick of the Week 2 – Click To Buy/Bid

Mockingbird #1

Mockingbird #1 – Hot Pick of the Week 1 – Click To Buy/Bid

Disney Kingdoms The Haunted Mansion #1 – This Disney comic will not only be great, but the Skottie Young variant will probably sell out too.

Spider-Man Deadpool #3 – Mercs For Money make their first appearance in this series. InvestComics gave fans a heads up on this group a little while ago, right HERE, HERE and HERE. Each time giving fans the first appearances of the members in Mercs For Money. A team and individuals to watch out for.

Mockingbird #1 – Newcomers Chelsea Cain and Kate Niemczyk bring fans a new series. We wait with bated breath for this series to deliver the goods. Which we think will.

Samurai #1 – From Titan Comics is sold out.

Action Comics #50 – Aaron Kuder provides the cover to the Savage Dawn pre-finale. We love this cover. 

Here are the rest of the comics that appeared on this past week’s InvestComics Hot Picks #414 (Click the link to read now!).

Fantastic Four #67

Fantastic Four #67 – Click To Buy/Bid

Marvel Premiere #1

Marvel Premiere #1 – Click To Buy/Bid

Logan’s Run #6 (1977) 9.0 – IC 100 Club Pick

Marvel Team-Up #95 (1980)

Fantastic Four #67 (1967)

Marvel Premiere #1 (1972)

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Spider-Gwen #6

All-New Wolverine #6

New Suicide Squad #18

Detective Comics #50

Jupiter’s Circle #4

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Tommy #1

Elasticator #1

Henchgirl #5

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Logan’s Run #6 (1977) 9.0 – IC 100 Club Pick – Click To Buy/Bid

Marvel Team-Up #95

Marvel Team-Up #95 – Click To Buy/Bid

Voracious #2

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Aw Yeah Comics Action Cat #1

Leaving Megalopolis Surviving Megalopolis #3

Gutter Magic #3

Heroes Godsend #1

Power Button #0

Baker Street Peculiars #1

Street Fighter V The Life and Deaths of Charlie Nash #1

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Invest wisely. Read comics.

Carpe Diem.

Jay Katz – Social Media Strategist

Hot Picks Video #414

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InvestComics Hot Picks #414

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Hot Picks based on new comics coming this Wednesday 3/9/16

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Logan’s Run #6 – Click to Buy now

NOTE. Please understand that when InvestComics releases the Hot Picks article on Friday that many of the independent comics may not be available on Ebay yet. Most of the time, some of the more obscure titles make their way onto Ebay later on in the week or right on/at/before new comic book day on Wednesday. Be sure to check back and click the links or cover(s) to see if the books you want have been listed on Ebay. They usually show up, so be sure to check back!
We are not responsible for comics not shipped on time and or changing of release dates regarding this article or any article on InvestComics. We report on the comics DUE out the coming week. We have NO control of release dates nor will we change our article to accommodate a change in shipping, release date or cancellation.

Each week InvestComics seeks out a comic(s) on Ebay for $100 or less and then brings it to the attention of our fans. We call it IC 100 Club Pick. The idea is to get a great book at a great price. We do not own nor are we selling these comics. The comics are found by a random process. We do not know the ebay seller(s), nor are we promoting the Ebay seller. Any knowing from the Ebay seller of InvestComics or its affiliates in purely coincidental. (See disclaimer for more details).

IC 100 Club Pick: Logan’s Run #6 (1977) 9.0. If you’re a Thanos fan you’ll know exactly what this comic brings. A backup story appears in this comic and it happens to be the first ever Thanos solo story. A story from Scott Edelman and Michael Zeck. This nice grade will only cost you $66.99. If you’re a Thanos fan and a big Thanos speculator, this book is for you.

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Marvel Team-Up #95

Marvel Team-Up #95 – Click to Buy/Bid

Mockingbird #1

Mockingbird #1 – Click to Buy/Bid

Mockingbird #1 Afu Chan

Mockingbird #1 Afu Chan Cover – Click to Buy/Bid

All New Wolverine #6

All New Wolverine #6 – Click to Buy/Bid

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

         

Mockingbird #1 will be an interesting book from different vantage points. First, the character itself. Although Marvel is literally screaming in the solicit that we “DEMANDED IT!” we’re quite sure in actuality, in real life, we probably were not demanding it, but hey Mockingbird is a character within the comic book realm rarely looked at as a major character, If ever really. Not taking away from the potential of bad as* she can probably deliver in her own series, it’s just all so…..new. And it would be nice to get a deeper scope of a character that is making her way on the television series right now. As for the creative team. Best selling author (that’s books with no pictures in them) Chelsea Cain will scribe her third comic book ever. The first was a Mockingbird story, naturally and her second was a Hellboy story. Very new blood here and that’s a great thing. Maybe add a different flavor to this particular series and character we haven’t read yet. Moving onto the artist; Kate Niemczyk. Kate is so new that she has no penciling credits we can find. Nothing in the data basis. So we’re looking at a possible first published work here. All and all, a new rookie creative team may bring a bolt of life into this character not seen before. Keep an ear to the ground on this series. If word gets out that this series is bringing it, Mockingbird #1 will be a keeper. One more thing. A semi-newcomer does a fantastic action variant cover; Afu Chan. Check it out.
Mockingbird first appeared in Marvel Team-Up #95 (1980) with a Frank Miller/Bob McLeod cover.
Mr. Cosmic Jim Starlin returns to Marvel with a new Cosmic story, Infinity Entity #1. The story centers around Adam Warlock. As any fan of InvestComics already knows, we have been a buyer for many years on anything Adam Warlock. Adam’s first appearance as “HIM” was in Fantastic Four #67 (1967). His first appearance as Warlock was in Marvel Premiere #1 (1972). Both of these comics and anything in-between are solid comics to own. This all said, having Jim back into the mix again is a good thing. He never disappoints and always delivers great storytelling. Alan Davis will provide the art and the Marco Rudy variant is sweet. Yes, all around a definite pick up this week.

Not only will Disney Kingdoms The Haunted Mansion #1 be a fantastic story, but Skottie Young is doing his thing with the variant cover. It’ll be sold out in no time.

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Action Comics #50 Martin Ansin cover

Action Comics #50 – Martin Ansin Cover – Click to Buy/Bid

Action Comics #50

Action Comics #50 – Click to Buy/Bid

New Suicide Squad #18

New Suicide Squad #18 – Variant – Click to Buy/Bid

Detective Comics #50

Detective Comics #50 – Click to Buy/Bid

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

InvestComics gave fans a heads up about Deadpool’s team Mercs For Money right HERE, HERE and HERE. Lots of first appearances in there! Now comes Spider-Man Deadpool #3. Guess who makes their first appearance in this series? Yep, Mercs For Money! Not only will the Mercs For Money be a team of serious validity eventually, but the Spider-Man Deadpool comic series will be one of longevity. Get the early issues now before they are in demand later on. Click HERE for all available Spider-Man/Deadpool comics on Ebay.
Some serious eye candy coming from Spider-Gwen #6. A Cap cover from Robbi Rodriguez and a variant Women Of Power Cover from Emanuela Lupacchino. And speaking of the Women Of Power covers, All-New Wolverine #6, Vanessa Del Rey cover is sold out. 

Marvel Premiere #1

Marvel Premiere #1 – Click To Buy/Bid

Fantastic Four #67

Fantastic Four #67 – Click To Buy/Bid

Spider-Man Deadpool #3

Spider-Man Deadpool #3 – Click To Buy/Bid

Infinity Entity #1

Infinity Entity #1 – Click To Buy/Bid

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

New Suicide Squad #18 will come with a Tony Daniel Batman V Superman variant cover. It’s sold out.

DC’s Savage Dawn story line will be coming to a close very soon. The pre-finale Aaron Kuder Action Comics #50 cover is simply outstanding. And It looks like DC will be going with polybag Batman v Superman variant covers this week. We love the ‘ripped’ out eyes with the title of the comic. Detective Comics #50 will don the ripped eye cover as well. Great stuff here.

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Mark Millar will introduce a new villain in Jupiter’s Circle #4 (Image Comics).
Writers John Ulloa and Al Bondiga, along with artist Juan Navarro bring us a story about a sadistic killer rabbit that only a 7 year old knows about. Sounds like fun! Get Tommy #1 from Creature Entertainment. One of the variants is sold out. If the Elasticator #1 (Scout Comics) cover is any indication on what is going on inside the comic, we are all in. Mikey from Brooklyn on that cover. Yes, more please. Scout Comics also delivers another sold out Henchgirl comic; Henchgirl #5. Action Lab Entertainment follows up their sold out Voracious comic with Voracious #2.

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The title alone here will get fans interested; Aw Yeah Comics Action Cat #1 (Dark Horse). Written and drawn by Art Baltazar. Aw Yeah, we’re in!

Also from Dark Horse this week; Leaving Megalopolis Surviving Megalopolis #3. Gail Simone and Jim Calafiore continue their hit series.

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…..and more indie’s to check out! IDW’s Gutter Magic #3 from Rich Douek and Brett Barkley. Heroes Godsend #1 (Titan Comics), Power Button #0 (Alternative Comics), Baker Street Peculiars #1 (Boom Studios), Samurai #1 from Titan Comics is sold out, and Street Fighter V The Life and Deaths of Charlie Nash #1  from Udon Entertainment is also sold out.

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After the explosions on July fourth this weekend, seems there is nothing that will resemble the output within the speculative market this coming Wednesday, but there are some potential comics and as always some fantastic reading gets.

There is no shortage of the ridiculous variant craze coming on new comic book day this week. If you would buy all the variants between Archie #1 and Star Wars Lando #1 you’d wind up in the neighbor of about 40 comics (probably more actually). That’s 40 comics on two comic releases alone. Absurd right?

 

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But as many would know from reading the InvestComics article on a weekly basis, there is ONE exception. ONE reason that would make any of these variants worth exploring and buying, ONE reason. Anyone recall what the InvestComics rule would be? That rule will always be (from a speculative viewpoint), the guts. Yes the outside is fancy and new on every single one of the variants. Some catch the eye of the collector, they buy it thinking they got themselves the next big thing on Ebay. Maybe for a moment that holds true (see Star Wars #1), but in the long market (buy market), we see nothing but a trophy wife. Pretty on the outside, but no substance for your self being. If a comic upon its release carries an absurd amount of variants (Star Wars #1) and you’re looking OR thinking you’re to make any kind of speculative cash 25, 35, 50 years from now on that Star Wars #1 variant, you’re missing the entire point of collecting. A couple of rules here; remember to buy a variant first and foremost because you LIKE it, not because it’s going to be worth money. Secondly, if that very expensive variant is calling you out and the resistance is very strong, you have an option to buy it because you really really like it or you can not get it because you think it’s going to be worth a lot of money someday. Newsflash, it’s not. Unless that ONE thing….the guts. As InvestComics has taught readers time and time again, it’s the inside that matter. Always will be. Unless it’s some obscure 3D Deadpool cover. This does happen from time to time, where a variant breaks out on its own due to its “looks”. The only way a variant will truly stand the test of time is because of the story on the inside. There must be an introduction or a uniqueness about it. Either one of these two characteristics will carry a modern comic. Be it a variant or not. Once you put an introduction or something with substance inside of a comic book, you instantly have the potential of something greater when it comes to the “value” of it. There is nothing wrong with a great story. That’s what comic fans always yearn for first and foremost. That said on the flip side, the speculator has to understand that buying the Star Wars Lando #1 Alex Ross variant for $240 is a big gamble. There better be a good reason to buy a comic that literally came off the presses a few days ago and is being bought for $240. Yes the ratio factor, we get it, but better than that folks. That could have been $240 spent on a Bronze Age book that would have been a better way to go. If the Star Wars Lando #1 contains the introduction that warrants an aftermarket spike, then by all means buy a variant. It’s now when the speculator needs to figure out if this is a hyperbole or a true introduction that will pay dividends for years to come. It’s an easy task actually because if the market is hot, sell it. If you make a 35% or a 233% profit, you still make money on it. Move along. Never worry about what could have been, how much more you could have made. You made profit, move on. It’s the greed and love that kills. The speculator who holds on for an extra dollar, the market passes them by, the speculator that falls in love and can’t let go of their comic, those are the ones that lose. We’re on topic of the Star Wars Lando #1 variants more so than the Archie #1 variants because at least 24 or so of the Archie variants are cover price. Like an Archie cover, buy it, done. The Lando books are priced more on different levels. So with Archie #1 you have an all new start, an all new look, new all-star creators, and onward we go! This relaunch will pertain to anything Archie regarding the film or television market Archie Comics has spoken about for a couple of years now. Archie #1 is the beginnings of it all from here on out. If Archie is a hit on the big screen or television, which it will be, look for the vibe to be directly taken from the new direction of the company. Viewers will not see the campy Archie or Jughead, they’ll witness hipster style Archie and Jughead. Watch as Archie #1 literally comes to life in time. The uniqueness will carry Archie #1 because of its banking on breaking it to film or television the way it’s storytelling and edgy looks go. If there is an introduction of any kind and that comes to fruition via film or TV, then you really have a winner on your hands. Archie #1 will have more upside than Star Wars Lando #1 if both have solid storytelling and no introductions. Lando gets the edge with an introduction……for now. Be smart, pay attention to the market.

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One more thing, if you’re a Lando fan. His first COMIC BOOK appearance (not magazine/graphic novel) was in Star Wars #43 (1981). It also happens to be the second appearance of Boba Fett.

It looks like our friends at Creature Entertainment have another hit on their hands. The Gun #1 from writer John Ulloa and artist Jose Varese looks like a solid offering. Both the regular cover and the Juan Navarro variant is sold out!

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Image Comics reaches back into the vault this week. Rob Liefeld is back with Bloodstrike #1. Let the fun begin! And please refrain from the insults of Rob’s talent here on the site or on any of the InvestComics social media outlets. Seriously. You bought his Deadpool, X-Force, etc books back in the 90’s if you’re old enough to remember, right? You continue to insult? Can you do any better? Honestly? If so, why are you not a wealthy comic book creator yourself then? Stop it already, following everyone’s recourse of insults because you want to “fit in” is not the way to go anymore. You’re not breaking ground by insulting Rob Liefeld. Time to realize he’s created some neat characters (Deadpool and Cable) and right the ship to a better way then trying to bully just because you feel it’s your right. It’s not. Don’t like it? Change the channel, don’t buy it, move on. Get a hold of yourself. We’re talking about comic books here, relax.

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Star Trek Green Lantern #1 from IDW Publishing. One of the oddest (in serious storytelling) crossovers in some time. Writer Mike Johnson and artist Angel Hernandez. Lots of variant covers to choose from here. The Francesco Francavilla cover is a simple but poignant one.

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New villains Killer Mimes are introduced in Red Hood Arsenal #2. 1872 #1 from Marvel Comics gives readers a very different take on things. Sheriff Steve Rogers leads the charge in this town called Timely. Interesting take indeed. Starfire #2 looks to continue its success, the variant is sold out as is the Spider-Verse #3 Phil Noto Incentive variant. Spider-Island #1 will be a good read. Titans Comics; Home #1 and Minions #2 are both sold out. Tomorrows #1 (Dark Horse) with artist Jason Copland is one to check out.

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Strange Fruit #1 from Boom Studios. Writers J.G. Jones and Mark Waid, with art from J.G. Jones. This extremely profound story regarding racism and human exploration is a must read from these two all-star creators.

 

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Jay Katz

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An extremely busy week as far as speculation/reading goes. So many comics on tap coming out this Wednesday, but before we get to all of that we want to quickly touch on some other things.

If you haven’t done so already, you must join the hottest comic speculation Facebook page right now. The page is called InvestComics: Investing in Comic books 101 (IC Poet Society). Click the link to go directly there and request to join. One of our admins will approve you and the gates of speculation heaven will open up. So many great discussions going on there daily. It’s so informative and a chill environment. Please read the simple rules for the thread before proceeding though. It is not a thread for any fanboy to just post a random picture of a comic book within their collection. It’s a comic book speculation page. A big boy page. So go there now and join, get more informed, and most of all have fun.

InvestComics was at London Super Comic Con a couple of weeks ago. There were several pictures featured on the InvestComics Facebook page as well as our other social media outlets. Our London team lead by Giles Hargraves and Jamie Wright were superb. There are more pictures and some video forthcoming from the show. InvestComics is in the Netherlands this weekend covering the Dutch Comic Con. There are a few pictures posted on the InvestComics Facebook page and our other social media outlets right now. You should check them out. There are many pictures sitting in our bay that will be released from that show shortly. Our Netherlands corespondent Andres Sandoval is killing it right now. Be sure to follow all of the InvestComics social media to get the maximum impact of our Worldwide assault. Here are just a few of our networks of many to Like and follow;

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The InvestComics Hot Picks have been a weekly speculation source for 10 years now. There are so many newcomers each and every week. It’s very important that you read the disclaimers. This goes for the veterans as well. Please read the disclaimers.

So what is the InvestComics Hot Picks article about? Many think this is a place to just post about the latest hot back issue comic that hit yesterday or a potential comic down the road because news came out last week about some possible movie. This weekly article covers the new comic releases that are coming out on Wednesday. That’s it. We give readers and speculators the heads up on potential books to either monetize on or just to enjoy a good read regarding new comic book day. There have been many emails, messages, random post saying “what about this book?!” or “Jay you should include this comic in your Hot Picks.” While we love and appreciate the input, this is not what this article is about. Never was in all of its ten years. We sometimes feature solo articles regarding the “breaking news” books. We also post on the InvestComics Facebook page and our other social media outlets. This is why it’s so important for speculators to follow and or like our pages too. InvestComics broke the Thor Hulkbuster comic on our Facebook page and also we gave the scoop on the Black Panther sister book, the Captain America Crossbones book, the Inhumans first appearance (more on this book in a bit), and the list goes on. Don’t miss out anymore, get over there! Again, as far as the InvestComics Hot Picks go, this is strictly about the new comics coming out and then touching on the older comics that relate to the new ones. The real money is within the older books we have always recommended. If you were privy enough to capitalize on all of the back issues we have recommended, you are sitting on a beautiful collection. As always said here regarding the new books; buy new to buy old.

A NEW WEEKLY article will be hitting this week, so look out for it. The new article is going to be fun and we cannot wait to share it with everyone. Look for it before new comic book day on Wednesday. We also want to thank everyone for making the other weekly new article; InvestComics Top 5 a hit too. The response has been a great one. Continue to look for that before Wednesday too.

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So let’s get to this crazy busy week…..

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Another year, another big event. DC comics is promising to change things drastically (again) with their Convergence event. The event starts up with Convergence #0 this week. The event claims to cover the lifespan of the entire DC Universe. Sounds like fun! Probably going to be some awesome reading ahead here. Probably also going to be the potential of some first appearances too which is always nice. What we do know is there will be completely new looks for many of the characters. How well received will these costumes be? So far 50/50. Will it equate to a speculation rally? Potentially yes, but maybe not for that long. It really depends on a couple of factors. If the new looks will make its way to the big screen and or sustain the duration of its title and not changing it again and again, which tends to happen more often than not. Thus killing the spec market on the new costume deal. The new Superman duds seem to be the one drawing a lot of flack. Oh well, DC doesn’t care what the fanboy wants, they never did and rightly so. They shouldn’t cater to the few. The many pay the bills, not the screaming fanboy. So for now that’s what DC wants and that’s what they will stick with….for now. As for Convergence, great potential on a big storyline here, the spec side is a wait and see. One thing we will give you a heads on is the Adam Hughes Convergence variant is sold out already. A good book to possibly get signed and graded quickly to flip. A pricey $50 variant (now $100 already) makes for making real money a bit harder though. Must score a high grade here to max your return.

New 52 Futures End #48 will have possible ties to Convergence, so pick this one up if you are all in on the Convergence deal.

Harley Quinn #16 will feature the debut of the Gang of Harley’s. What more do you need here really? A Harley comic with an introduction? Yes, massive potential here. Two $15 variants are sold out. The Left hand variant and the right hand variant. No really, those are the variants. Be sure to click the red link to buy/bid on Ebay right now if you want this one. There is also a very cool WonderCon variant as well. We told you to click the Darth Vader #3 link last week when the variant there was $9.99, did you do that? Should have right?

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The Inhumans is one of those teams that InvestComics has recommended over the years time and time again. With Uncanny Inhumans #0 coming out this week, it’s time to strongly reiterate the absolutely, positively one of the best investments sitting out there right now. That investment is Fantastic Four #45 (1965). Could care less how high the price is for this comic right now. Buy it. Buy it. Buy it. This comic still has upside and will not stop for many many years. Here’s why and please remember to credit InvestComics with this information okay? Thanks. Fox Studios will not give up the rights to the X-Men over to Marvel Studios. What is the big mouse to do right? Well this is very easy. Go with their other team that is the closest thing to the X-Men and franchise. In come the Inhumans. Why do you think the title of this comic is “Uncanny” Inhumans? The Inhumans movie is going to be huge. So huge that the Inhumans will have their own movie flow as does the X-Men. Their own storyline, their own individual universe if you will. The Inhumans team will turn the comic book “team” concept movie upside down on its head as did the Guardians of the Galaxy. But the Inhumans will rival the X-Men and that is going to be some serious cash flow for Marvel Studios and more importantly the comic book speculators. Buy the Inhumans. Buy the Inhumans. Buy a low grade Fantastic Four #45 if you do not have the cash to buy a high grade. The low grade is better than NOT having that book at all. It must be in your collection. So go to your local comic shop and see what they have. Click on the red Fantastic Four #45 link to shop on Ebay. We cannot stress enough how much up side this book has. As for the Uncanny Inhumans #0 comic this week, it will focus on the leader of the group, Black bolt. A good pick up here, but a long wait time to make any real monies. The $50 Siya Oum is already sold out. This might be the better buy with a high grade and signature(s) on it. Fantastic Four #45 is where it’s really at.

Marvel continues their onslaught of new Star Wars books this week with Kanan Last Padawan #1. It seems with Marvel’s Star Wars these days, everything is hot. Will this comic be hot? Probably, maybe. Will it last? Maybe. Does it have big buy potential? Not really, but that can change rather quickly in the world of comics. All this character needs is an announcement of appearing in one of the new Star Wars movies and you have yourself a frenzy. That hasn’t happened. It may never happen. So what happens then? Well you then have an animated character making his solo comic debut. Actually an earlier appearance in print is in Star Wars Rebels magazine #2 from last month, but who’s paying attention to that? Ha! Click that red link if you want that magazine. But getting back, animated characters never equate to big dollar signs in comic books unless your name is Harley Quinn. A breakout will happen occasionally, but it’s a rarity for animation characters to bring a big return for speculators. Buy the Kanan Last Padawan #1 comic this Wednesday for a good read and a $4.99 risk. Maybe something will occur. Maybe the comic will get hot right out of the gate and you have yourself a hot book to resell. Anything is possible. The TV show variant ($10) and the Killian Plunkett variant ($15) are both sold out. So if you think the potential is there, buy them. Remember one thing (as said here quite often), sold out comics DO NOT mean there is money to be made. It’s just a heads up for the speculator to make a judgment call.

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A couple of weeks ago InvestComics gave fans a running start on the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #44 comic. The “death” of a character was the calling there. Turns out it was Donatello and it looks as though he will make it to issue number 45 after all. This week we present the storyline that will give readers the demise of long time character Snakeyes from G.I. Joe. Look for G.I. Joe #212 for the beginning of the end for Snake Eyes. The problem with death in comic books is that there is no death in comic books. No one stays dead. This storyline however will be a hot one. Lots of eyeballs will be on it. Lots of speculators on it. Do not look for long term here. This is going to be a great story, but Snake Eyes will come back eventually. Maybe as someone else, but the character will be back in some form. IDW will bring it as they always do, so definitely check out this storyline. The Larry Hama and Anthony Fuso variants are both sold out. If you’re in the market for these books, better it now if you want them at a lower price. There are currently no G.I Joe #212 comics on Ebay. Many speculators are holding of to see where the marketplace goes. Otherwise you’ll have to wait a while for the prices to come back down to a normal level after the frenzy dies down to purchase a copy.

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Long time friends of InvestComics; Creature Entertainment have a hit on their hands. Check out Ravenous #1 this Wednesday. If you ever have the chance to get on over to the Creature Entertainment booth at a convention, do yourself a favor and do so. John Ulloa and Jose Navarro are great guys. Their product is superb too. Killer artist Jose Varese is part of the team and is the penciler on Ravenous #1. Support this Indie company Creature Entertainment and buy this already sold out comic. The variant is a beauty too.

Wonder Woman continues her torrid pace thanks to David and Meredith Finch. Wonder Woman #40 features one of those cool movie variants. InvestComics has touched on a few of the movie variants to have some fun with and either monetize on or to have a one of a kind book for your collection. Wonder Woman #40 features the 300 movie variant. Get actor Gerard Butler and artist for the cover Bill Sienkiewicz to sign this comic. Get it witnessed/graded and you have yourself an amazing book. Again, we don’t want to get fan mail or fanboys screaming “How do I get actor Gerard Butler to sign my comic??? He’s never at a comic convention!!!” Stop it. Really, stop it. This is all in F U N. The odds of running into ANY of the people we suggested to sign your movie comic variants in the last few weeks is extremely slim. You will probably never get Prince, Geena Davis, Alec Baldwin, Tommy Lee Jones, etc, but the potential of ever getting an opportunity to get a signed/graded comic book movie variant by Prince is just flat out fun. Please calm down with the actual thinking that InvestComics is telling fans to actually find these celebrities and get this done. It’s merely an outside the box way of thinking to get a unique book in your collection or to sell. Oh and by the way, Wonder Woman #40 David Finch variant is sold out.

Avengers Ultron Forever #1 will fast forward 500 years into the future. Ultron has won and all humans are now extinct. Dr. Strange brings the Avengers from the past to try and defeat Ultron. Fun times! Superheroes fighting villains, we all love that right? The three part series is brought to you by the awesome artistry of Alan Davis. Two variants are extinct already; the Black Widow and the Captain America. Expect sell outs across the board here.

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When talking about the return of comic book characters earlier and how they never really die, they return in some way or another eventually. Wolverines #13 will be just that. Wolverine is “dead” but Deadpool will bring him back in his own way. Yes there will be a Wolverpool? Deadvernie? However you want to call it, but this will be the debut of something. That something being Deadpool as Wolverine. A hot book as a novelty, nothing substantial to come of this later on.

And speaking on debuts, there might be one in Iron Fist Living Weapon #11 this week. Thumb through it to see what’s what.

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Spider-Gwen #3 will guest star the Punisher. There are so many variants with this issue. Nice too though. Earth 2 Worlds End #26 has Darkseid winning it all. He’s a bad dude. And have you seen the cover on this one? Darkseid dangling the defeated heroes in the air like dead mice. So awesome. Sticking on topic about covers, the new Nailbiter #11 cover is as disturbing as the number one issue isn’t it? The Punisher #17 cover by Mitch Gerads is awesome too.

The new Puppet Master #1 will have 24 variant covers. Yes that’s 24, not a typo.

Two followups to sold out number one comics come this Wednesday. Blackcross #2 and Citizen of the Galaxy #2. Let’s see if readership keeps in stride and good word comes out that these series are for real.

Here is the long list of number one comics to check out this week; UFOlogy #1, Arkham Manor Engame #1, True Believers Age of Apocalypse #1, True Believers Marvel Zombies #1, Avengers Millennium #1, Sinestro Annual #1, Empire of the Dead Act Three #1, Rick and Morty #1, Gotham Academy Endgame #1 will have a possible introduction here, Poet Anderson Dream Walker #1, Guardians of the Galaxy Best Story Ever #1, No Mercy #1, Hoax Hunters #1, My Little Pony Fiendship is Magic #1 and Looking For Group #1. Wow that’s a lot of number one comics coming out. Better get those reading glasses on.

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Andra Walt: I see that you were born in California but migrated to So Fla.  What brought you to this area?

John Ulloa: Yes, I was born in East LA but we left when I was only 6 after the big earthquake of ’72 so I don’t remember much other than a few things.

AW: When did your love of comics begin?

JU: Since I could read I’ve loved comic books. I even remember the comic book that got me hooked it was Fantastic Four #72 when they fought the Silver Surfer. After I read the book I cut it all up and pasted the images on my school folder, I wish I hadn’t done that.

AW: You are establishing Creature Entertainment as a multi-level Entertainment entity. Which part of this do you enjoy working with the most; movies or writing comics?

JU: I love doing both movies and comics, but if I had to choose one it would have to be comics. You don’t have to deal with any actors.

AW: You have been in the comic industry for many years, and have had several small press ventures.  Tell us about some of these.

JU: I started a comic book company back in the early 90’s called High Impact. We were very successful with our biggest title Double Impact which sold over 50,000 copies on its first day.

AW: Ravenous and Forgive Me Father look like the two newest titles.  Are these to be mini-series, ongoing books?

JU: Forgive me Father is a 3 issue mini and Ravenous will be an ongoing series.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AW: Your books have vibrantly colored covers and when you see them you cannot help but pick them up to look at them.  Who is responsible for the covers?

JU: We are lucky to have been given the opportunity to work with several great artists; Jose Varese is our art director and he has done a few covers. Patrick Reilly and Jeff Dekal have done the majority of our covers.

AW: How do you market your books?  Are they in any local comic stores?

JU: Right now we are only doing conventions, but you can get a few of our books at Tate’s who has been great in their support of indie comics, and Florida super comics, who also have been very supportive.

AW: Have you been able to get your books into the Diamond catalogue, or is this even something you are striving for?

JU: We have met with Diamond and are looking to be in their catalog this summer.

AW: Do you think the Indy market is having any impact on the big boys (DC and Marvel)?

JU: Some have already made an impact, the major one being IDW.  They stated off as Indy and now they are one of the big boys.

AW: I see that Creature Entertainment was at NY Comic Con.  Was that a good experience?  Do you feel that your exposure in that area of the country will be important in getting your books into more readers’ hands?  Are conventions the only avenue for the Indy publishers?

JU: NY was great, but I don’t think you should just count on conventions. You have other ways to get out there and if you don’t get into Diamond there are still ways to get your book out there. You can use Comics monkey as one, and if you want to go digital you can try Graphicly. All good ways to get out there.

AW: Of the movies, what are you working on now?

JU: We are finishing up TS-101 (I’ll make sure to get you an invite to the release party), and next we will be working on Tommy, a story of a young boy and his murderess pet rabbit, or so he thinks it is his rabbit.

 

 

 

 

 

AW: Where do you film your movies?  Do you use local talent?

JU: We film mostly in Miami and all of our actors are local.

AW:  Where can people see your movies?  Do you show them at cons?

JU: TS 101 will be shown at Megacon and we are hoping to get it into San Diego con. But if you can’t make it to any of those you can still see most of our movies at PalmCon, this September.

AW:  Where can people find you at Megacon?

JU: We will be in the small press section.  I don’t remember what booth number it is, but you can’t miss us.  Our banner will be bigger that our booth.

AW:  Have you set your convention schedule for 2012 as yet? 

JU: So far all we are doing is MegaCon, San Diego ComicCon, Florida Super Con and PalmCon.

AW: What is the ultimate plan for Creature Entertainment?  Where do you hope to be in 5 years, 10 years, etc?

JU: The plan is to be on the big screen. If we get picked up by a major studio I might be sitting in a Jacuzzi in a big house on the Hollywood hills in 5 years.

AW:  Do you have a favorite comic hero, and why (or why not)?

JU: I would have to say the Silver Surfer.  The way he handled the Fantastic Four and then went after Galactus was just bad ass.

AW: Is the climate better for the Indy market today that it was years ago, and why?

JU: The market is nowhere near what it was in the 90’s. This is the digital age and we have to adapt or die. But Hollywood is looking for fresh new stories and they have been picking up a few indies like Scott Pilgrim and a few others. The market has taken a new direction much like the music industry has, but nothing has been set in stone yet so we might see more changes in the future.

AW: Are any of your books being put out digitally?  How do you think this format will affect the local comic shop owners?

JU: Yes, you can find some of our books on Graphicly and as for the retail market I think it will be a while before the comic book store goes the way of the record store. There will always be some people who still want to hold a book in their hands.

AW:  How do you solicit for talent for all your ventures?

JU: On our website creatureentertainment.com and word of mouth.

AW: It would appear that Creature Entertainment is made up of a few key players. Who are the major shakers and movers behind Creature Entertainment?

JU: For our comic book part, there is Juan Navaro our editor-n-chief, Jose Varese art Director. For the movie side Anthony Dones, Rick Porven and Julio Alvarez shoot and direct our movies, and Rene Quesada is our movie editor, and Al Quesada is our web guy and part time colorist.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AW: How do you fund your projects?  Have you ever used Kickstarter as a funding source?

JU: We self fund everything but we are looking to start a Kickstarter project.

AW:  Can we listen to you on any podcasts in the area?  Do you ever listen to any of the local podcasts?

JU: I listen to a few podcasts like the Pow Wow show and Nerd Nation and our very own Juan Navaro has his own pod cast, but I haven’t been on one yet.

AW: I personally liked your book ‘The Gun’.  Are there other issues of this book on the drawing board? 

JU: The Gun #2 will be at MegaCon. 

AW: Do you sell any of your movie titles, or are these just for viewing at cons? 

JU: Our movies will be for sale at MegaCon too.

 

Thank you John! See you at MegaCon in a couple of weeks!

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