We’ve got two new mags shipping this week: COMIC BOOK CREATOR #16 (75 years of Archie Comics, and interviews with Dean Haspiel and Dan Parent) and JACK KIRBY COLLECTOR #73 (on Kirby’s one-shot ideas and series).
Ahh, heck, just go to our home page and click on the covers on the spinner rack at the top of the page, and you’ll go to the previews, with ordering info. Trust us, you’ll love ’em!
Back Issue #103 is an All-Star Editors Issue! A Pro2Pro roundtable of past and present editors reveal… “How I Beat the Dreaded Deadline Doom”! Plus: retrospectives of Archie Goodwin and Mark Gruenwald, a vintage interview with fan-turned-pro E. Nelson Bridwell, a career-spanning interview with Diana Schutz, Allan Asherman revisits DC’s ’70s editorial department, Marvel Assistant Editors’ Month, and a history of the most famous editor in comic books, Perry White! Featuring an unpublished alternate cover of 1981’s Captain America #259 by Mike Zeck! Edited by Michael Eury. Preview it HERE!
And Back Issue #61: Longbox Edition reprints the original sold-out issue #61 at standard magazine size, so you can fill the hole in your Back Issue collection! It looks at “Tabloids and Treasuries,” spotlighting every all-new tabloid from the 1970s, and a checklist of reprint treasury editions. Superman vs. the Amazing Spider-Man, The Bible, Captain America’s Bicentennial Battles, The Wizard of Oz, even the Paul Dini/Alex Ross World’s Greatest Super-Heroes editions! Commentary and art by Adams, Garcia-Lopez, Grell, Kirby, Kubert, Mayer, Romita Sr., Toth, and more. Wraparound cover by Alex Ross! (Note: This issue is not part of your subscription, and must be ordered separately!) Pre-order it HERE!
Draw! #34 and BrickJournal #49 are both now shipping!
You can view a FREE preview and order Draw #34 (featuring Greg Hildebrandt and Brad Walker) at:
And you can preview BrickJournal #49 (celebrating LEGO Tecnic’s 40th anniversary) here: http://bit.ly/BrickJournal49
Shipping today is ALTER EGO #150, which is a big celebration of Stan Lee’s 95th birthday. Editor Roy Thomas has pulled out all the stops to give readers a wealth of insight into unknown areas of Stan’s career, including Ger Apeldoorn‘s amazing article on Stan’s various attempts to get out of comics from 1956-62 (and aren’t we all thankful he wasn’t successful!).
You can see a preview and order HERE!
Now through New Year’s Day, all pre-2017 print magazines are 36-66% off! The older the magazine, the greater the savings. So if you’ve been waiting for a big annual sale from TwoMorrows, THIS IS IT!
The above is a general guide to the sale prices. There are a few exceptions (such as Back Issue #50 which had a higher cover price and extra pages, so it would fall under $5 instead of $4). And some issues are sold out, so please consult the individual item pages online.
HEADS-UP! We’re already running a couple of days behind on shipping due to high order volumes, and this sale will bring in many new orders, putting us further behind. So don’t delay, ordering if you need these in time for Christmas! We’ll do our best to get them out quickly, but the longer you wait to order, the longer it’ll take to get to you.
BrickJournal #48 ships today, with secrets of building LEGO® Mecha creations!
Preview the issue, and pre-order your copy at 15% off HERE.
Or subscribe now so you don’t miss an issue.
You can also find this issue at Amazon.com and on newsstands in November, or at your local comic book shop using Diamond Comic Distributors Order Code: JUL172505
Mark Voger’s follow-up to Monster Mash is now shipping, and it’s GROOVY, baby!
Subtitled “When Flower Power Bloomed in Pop Culture,” GROOVY looks at comics, music, TV shows, and more areas that were influenced by the hippie movement of the 1960s, and features interviews with (and amazing photography of) icons of grooviness such as Peter Max, Brian Wilson, Peter Fonda, Melanie, David Cassidy, members of the Jefferson Airplane, Cream, the Doors, the Cowsills and Vanilla Fudge; and cast members of groovy TV shows like “The Monkees,” “Laugh-In” and “The Brady Bunch.” GROOVY revisits the era’s rock festivals, movies, art—even comics and cartoons, from the 1968 ‘mod’ Wonder Woman to R. Crumb.
This book is a fun departure from our comics-centric output, and just like Monster Mash, Mark’s hit this one out of the park. GROOVY is available to preview, and purchase in both print and digital editions now at THIS LINK!
We’re having a STARVING ARTISTS SALE at TwoMorrows, with 60% OFF on books about comics creators! Stuff your bookshelves (or gift someone else) with these great titles! HARDCOVER and SOFTCOVER biographies on these comics legends:
Plus all MODERN MASTERS volumes on sale (as low as $5.98 each, with free Digital Editions)!
This sale is for two weeks only, and ends on Thanksgiving, November 23! Find the full list HERE!
Happy Thanksgiving y’all!
SHIPPING TODAY! Back Issue #101 is our Rock ’n’ Roll Comics Issue, featuring an exclusive interview with Sam J. Jones, star of the rock/sci-fi classic, Flash Gordon. Plus: KISS in comics, Marvel’s Alice Cooper, T. Rex’s Marc Bolan’s interview with Stan Lee, Sir Paul McCartney: Fearless Front-Facer, Charlton’s Partridge Family, David Cassidy, and Bobby Sherman comics, Marvel’s Steeltown Rockers, Lila Cheney and Hypno-Hustler, the Monkees’ comic connections, superheroes’ favorite bands, and Comic-Con’s house band, Seduction of the Innocent. Featuring Amy Chu, Max Allan Collins, Jack Kirby, Angel Medina, Bill Mumy, Don Sherwood, Alan Weiss, and others!
It’s edited by Michael Eury, and you can see a free preview and order HERE!