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Tag Archives: IDW
It’s a new year so I’m going to try some new stuff for all you CHU readers and fans this year. A Throwback Thursday seemed fun to explore previous news or history in the comic book world. So for this … Continue reading
You all still like free stuff right? Well, here’s another giveaway. So for all you who missed out in going or nabbing one of the exclusives at NYCC 2018 this year, here’s your chance at the Rick and Morty vs. … Continue reading
NYCC is upon us and I must say, I’m impressed with the convention exclusives announced so far this year for NYCC 2018 coming out of the IDW booth. Here’s some of the highlights I think will be winners.
Hey, CHU, DrunkWooky here! Well, IDW has moved on to the Empire Strikes Back adaptation run of Star Wars vol. 1 issues for their Mini Comic Collector’s Packs. I purchased a single pack of the A New Hope Mini Comic … Continue reading
Still trying to figure out if this is an anomaly but it was already mentioned in the comment section so I wanted to bring it to light. Ragnarok #1, which sold out through IDW has been seeing some heat
Last one for the night I promise. Two more flipable pre-orderable books coming out of San Diego Comic Con. These are for Dr. Who books from IDW. This show has a huge fan base and could be easy sells.
Thanks to Terry Hoknes at http://www.hoknescomics.com for this little tidbit. I know people laugh at kids comics being valuable or collectible, but I can say that I sold a ton of My Little Pony #1 Phantom Variants when they came … Continue reading