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Holy Cash, Batman! $850,000 for Number One

Some serious coinage has been traded this week. A collector has sold a Batman No. 1 comic to an investment partnership for $850,000. Dallas-based Heritage Auctions arranged the private transaction and announced the sale Thursday. Heritage vice president Ed Jaster says the collector had paid $315,000 for the comic about two years ago. The comic book…

C2E2 Post-Report

A weekend of human density, popular culture, digital, print, and toy entertainment came to a close on Sunday April 15th with the McCormick Place north building lights dimming at 5pm to signal it’s time to get out, but the love and excitement of what was in this massive building continues every day in the fans,…

Q101 @ C2E2, Day One

Certainly one of Q101’s most arduous adventures into the wild, is the Chicago Comic and Entertainment Expo (C2E2). It’s quite a task to work one of these conventions, but Q101 balanced it all with a steady hand! Q101 found itself in Artist Alley, but look! We had a corner, which means more space. We did…

Q101 + C2E2 = Win.

Yes, you’re reading this right. Q101 will be at C2E2, this weekend April 13th – 15th at the McCormick Place North building in downtown Chicago! We will have our own corner of the world, in Artist’s Alley, booth #O11. We will be wandering the convention floor, selling shirts, handing out goodies, spreading the goodwill and…

Wow, Wow, Wondercon!

Anaheim Convention Center, March 16th-18th 2012 is the Place. WonderCon is the deal.  Started in the San Francisco Bay Area in 1987, Wondercon is part of the yearly staple of the “comic-con” world. Moving through several places in its existence, WonderCon has been significant for its early showings of movies like Spider-Man 2, Batman Begins, Fantastic…

DC Reboots Elsewhere.. Their Site

DC Comics, which is a part of Warner Brothers Entertainment, made huge waves last year, with their announcement that they were “rebooting” the entire DC universe, and there was a lot of trepidation as to whether it was going to be successful, but the men that run the show like Jim Lee, Dan DiDio, and…

How Voltron Came To Be Is Coming To The Comic Shelves

28 years ago, a delightful little show about 5 people piloting giant robot lions came into our homes. When it was necessary, these 5 lion formed into a giant, colorful kick-ass robot named Voltron. An action backed cartoon that helped bring the wave the 80’s animation and toy craze. The original cartoon faded from the airwaves,…

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