Monthly Archives: July 2016

Visit TwoMorrows at Comic-Con at our GIANT booth #1301 this week!

We’ll be at our DOUBLE-SIZE BOOTH #1301-1303, with 40% OFF almost everything!
It’s located just through the main doors for Hall B1 and B2, next to the Golden & Silver Age Pavilion.

Get there early to pick up these debut/pre-release new issues of our magazines, before they’re available in stores:

• Jack Kirby Collector (#68)
• Alter Ego (#142)
• Back Issue (#91)
• Draw (#32)
• BrickJournal (#41)

We’ll also have a limited quantity of these new books debuting at Comic-Con, a month or more before they’ll be in stores:

Comic Book Fever (George Khoury’s look at his his personal golden age of comics, 1976-1986)
The MLJ Companion (the complete history of the Archie Comics superhero characters, from the Mighty Crusaders to Dark Circle)

And don’t miss Brandon Griffith’s awesome Comic Bricks display at our booth, featuring LEGO recreations of classic comic book covers!

On Friday night, we’ll be at the Eisner Awards ceremony, where we’re nominated for not one, not two, but THREE EISNER AWARDS for Best Comics-Related Periodical/Journalism for:

Back Issue
Alter Ego
Jack Kirby Collector

On Saturday, from 5:00 – 6:00pm in Room 23ABC, to celebrate the impending release of our MLJ Companion book, we’re hosting this panel:

Archie Comics’ Super-Heroes: The Mighty Crusaders from MLJ to Dark Circle
Join moderator Rik Offenberger, along with TwoMorrows Publisher John Morrow, Archie Comics President Mike Pellerito, comic historians Chris Squires, Jim Simon (son of comics legend Joe Simon), and Michael Uslan (Batman movie producer) for a lively conversation about the Mighty Crusaders in all their incarnations from the Golden Age to today—as well as information about The MLJ Companion book, debuting at Comic-Con from TwoMorrows Publishing.

And we’ll be on hand for the annual Jack Kirby Tribute Panel, Sunday, 10:00-11:15 AM in Room 5AB:
Featuring Kevin Eastman (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles), Kirby biographer Ray Wyman, Jr., Scott Dunbier, (Director of Special Projects for IDW Publishing) and attorney Paul S. Levine. It’s moderated by former Kirby assistant Mark Evanier.

See you this week at booth #1301!

Back Issue #90 features Eighties Ladies


Now shipping from us (and in stores next Wednesday) is Back Issue #91, featuring Eighties Ladies of the comics. Elektra, Dazzler, and many more turned heads during that decade, and editor Michael Eury has assembled a massive history of those famous femmes.

You can view a free preview and order the Print Edition (at 15% off with a free digital edition) or Digital Edition only (just $3.95) HERE!

50% Off BrickJournal, now through July 17

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For the next 10 days, we’re offering all in-stock issues of BrickJournal (except the brand new one, #41) at HALF-PRICE! So take this chance to complete your collection at 50% off.

Several issues are about to sell-out, so don’t delay! CLICK HERE to download an interactive PDF flyer of all our issues! (Then just click on any cover to be taken to its ordering page.)

LEGO robots invade BrickJournal #40!


Nothing says July 4 like hot dogs, fireworks,and giant LEGO robots. So don’t miss BrickJournal #40, shipping today from (who else) TwoMorrows.

Builders Benjamin Cheh Ming Hann and Kelvin Low demonstrate how to build mechas, and Seth Higgins shows us his amazing transforming LEGO robots! And even cyborgs will love our regular features on Minifigure Customization by Jared K. Burks, AFOLs by cartoonist Greg Hyland, step-by-step “You Can Build It” instructions by Christopher Deck, DIY Fan Art by BrickNerd Tommy Williamson, Mindstorms robotics lessons, and more! Edited as always by Joe Meno.

Preview the issue, and order your copy at 15% off here!