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Posted by: Brian Hibbs on January 29, 2014
The first signing for Comic Outpost is a super-doozy: Industry legend James Robinson (who, fun fact, had his first GN release with LONDON’S DARK the same year I opened my first store) will be appearing to support FANTASTIC FOUR #1 (on day of release), as well as ALL-NEW INVADERS and his Image comic THE SAVIORS. I couldn’t be more excited. Comic Outpost is located at 2381 Ocean Ave in San Francisco. There is buckets of free parking north of the store, and we literally have a stop of the K line streetcar right in front of the shop; we’re all of 8 stops on the underground from downtown, it is a short and easy hop. (And thank you Jeff Lester… Read More…
Posted by: Brian Hibbs on January 24, 2014
So I just got the 2013 BookScan data, but for me the biggest hole is ALWAYS “stuff that didn’t get categorized correctly” — supposed to be coded as “comics”, but, instead, it is listed as something else. This happens the most frequently with “Memoir” books — I have to manually request things like Maus and Persepolis every year, because they’re not natively on the “Comics” list. Usually, I spend a few days combing through the previous year’s invoices, hoping to spot something obvious, but this year, with the second store, I barely have time to write the BookScan column at all, let alone being fussy about trying to find those 1-2 books that are worth reporting on, but got missed…. Read More…
Posted by: Brian Hibbs on January 20, 2014
The first Saturday in May is coming soon, and with it Free Comic Book Day. I Love Free Comic Book Day. Adore it. It’s the happiest day of the year, as far as I am concerned. But one thing it very much isn’t is “free” for the retailer. I count fifty-seven FCBD comics for 2014. If your retailer were to let you have one copy of each release, her cost would be $16.83. That doesn’t count the shipping, either. Figure about another $2.85 to get those comics into the store. The total, then? $19.68. It’s just something to bear in mind when you rush down to FCBD — Just three comics for you can be over a dollar (depending on… Read More…
Posted by: Brian Hibbs on January 18, 2014
This is how you know I am beyond overworked right now — I totally forgot to link to the new column on CBR. My opening thoughts on running two stores. (GOD, I AM SO TIRED AND OVERWORKED, it isn’t even funny!!!!) Read it, love it, comment here, if you like -B
Posted by: Brian Hibbs on December 12, 2013
I’m pretty excited to say that I just completed the asset transfer agreement, and we’ll be taking over San Francisco’s Comic Outpost as of 12/16/13. It only took me 24 years to do it, but finally Comix Experience will have a second store! -B
Posted by: Brian Hibbs on September 18, 2013
Just because I’m not seeing anything on any of the News sites, let’s print out today’s news release: ************ Due to a production shortage, DC Entertainment announces an update on allocations to these Villains Month 3-D Motion Cover issues: • Batman #23.4: Bane (JUL130188) will ship at approximately 93% of your previous allocation. • Batman/Superman #3.1: Doomsday (JUL130184) will ship at approximately 84% of your previous allocation. • Superman #23.4: Parasite (JUL130183) will ship at approximately 90% of your previous allocation. All three of these issues are scheduled to arrive in stores on September 25. As a reminder, the standard editions of these titles are available for advance reorder ************* If you don’t speak retailer, that says that… Read More…
Posted by: Brian Hibbs on September 17, 2013
Follow this link to Mark Evanier’s site and watch this video of the Mike Douglas show and see video of DM founder Phil Seuling discussing comics on national TV in 1977. Astounding footage! I never had the pleasure of meeting Seuling, or, prior to this ever even seeing video of him — so this was a fabulous and fantastic find for me. Thanks Mark!! I especially like how they’re just taking the old comics and flapping them around — “Oh, look, a FAMOUS FUNNIES #1; here, catch!” Without that guy you almost certainly wouldn’t be reading blogs about comic books today… except maybe in the most nostalgic way. -B
Posted by: Brian Hibbs on September 10, 2013
So, I’m waiting for UPS this AM, and because my driver is the most passive-aggressive one in the system (it’s a long long story) he’s way down on the far corner so he doesn’t park where I can instantly spot him (seriously, LONG story!) Then I see two gentlemen strolling down the street in front of the store, carrying Diamond box. I dream about Diamond boxes. I can spot one from a mile away, most likely. I walk outside. “Uh, excuse me, guys, but would you mind telling me just why you’re carrying my box down the street?” The one not carrying the box puffs up like a rooster, “Yo, bitch! This ain’t your box, this is OUR box, got… Read More…
Posted by: Brian Hibbs on August 7, 2013
I’ve already written a great number of words on the subject of next month’s DC “Villain month” cover stunt, and I suggest that you follow that link for some reasoned background. Sadly, the real villain of the month is DC Entertainment. As some of you might know (though, not it would seem, from the actual comics press: CBR, Robot 6, The Beat, The Reporter, I’m not finding a single link as I write this at 8:30 in the AM the day after the announcement) DC announced that each and every 3D cover is going to be allocated, and that they’re doing a same-day 2D reprint for $1 less…. oh, and by the way, that’s the digital price as well. Below… Read More…
Posted by: Brian Hibbs on July 1, 2013
Same thing as the previous, just this time focusing on the BOOKS part of the business. This is the list that genuinely excites me, again, under the jump!
Posted by: Brian Hibbs on
Hey, hey, that time of the year again, where we peek in and see what is doing well at Comix Experience. Find it down below the jump, if you are interested!