Latest 'comic prices' news
Writer Tim Seeley to wield the Witchblade
USA Today reports that Hack/Slash‘s Tim Seeley will begin writing Top Cow’s Witchblade series with issue #151, due Oct. 26. Seeley replaces Ron Marz on the title, who, along with …
Is Marvel cutting pages from $2.99 books?
If you thought some of your recent Marvel Comics purchases seemed a little slimmer than usual in terms of story pages, you aren’t alone. On Wednesday, David Uzumeri at ComicsAlliance …
DC’s Eddie Berganza to Marvel: You lie!
“Let’s put it this way…we lowered our prices and didn’t lie about it.” —DC Comics Executive Editor Eddie Berganza at C2E2’s “Brightest Day” panel this weekend, responding to a fan …
Quote of the day | Tom Brevoort on DC’s “Drawing the line at $2.99” initiative
[Reader 1:] What do you think of DC’s “Drawing the line at $2.99” pledge? [Brevoort:] I think that if it works for them, and they can run their business and …
$2.99 across the line, new letter columns, Milligan on Red Lanterns top DC announcement onslaught
Wow, DC Comics has returned from the holiday break with a vengeance. On its multiple blogs and here on CBR, the publisher has unleashed a veritable avalanche of announcements and …
Comics A.M. | DC to promote $2.99 comics, Eisner family pledges to museum
Publishing | DC Comics will roll out a marketing campaign next month in support of its new $2.99 price initiative. The campaign, apparently revealed in a communique to retailers, will …
Comics A.M. | Detective Comics auction, comics prices and anti-piracy bill
Comics | A copy of Detective Comics #27 bought for 10 cents by Robert Irwin in 1939 sold at auction Thursday for $492,937. It’s not a record price for the …
Marvel clarifies rollback policy, lowers Incredible Hulk price
After nearly a month of online confusion and criticism regarding its announced price rollback, Marvel has clarified what titles may be affected by the policy. “The pricing structure is that …
Brevoort: Marvel’s price announcement ‘either misreported or misconstrued’
The widely circulated news that Marvel would lower prices to $2.99 on new titles was “either misreported or misconstrued,” says Vice President-Executive Editor Tom Brevoort. The reports stem from remarks …
– Economically Speaking
How is the downturn in the affecting comics retailing? Brian Hibbs isn't seeing any contraction and he explains why, plus advice for publishers considering raising their prices in the coming year.