Tired of making it in late on Wednesday, only to find that your favorite book's already gone off the wall? There's a simple and cost effective way to deal with that - subscribe! If you're looking to start or update your subscription file, this is the place to do it. We'll also go over common questions you might have as well as our expectations for what it means to be a subscriber here at Phoenix.Read The Story
This week brings us an ending and a new beginning. This Wednesday, we'll have the final issue of DC's Dark Nights Death Metal on our shelves...along with a brand new set of titles: DC's Future State. We thought we'd begin the year with a look at these books, along with some information for our subscribers and our thoughts about how to decide what to read from among this line-wide not-a-reboot.Read The Story
Welp, here we are. End of the a year that felt like it could go on forever. We went into this year with some pretty ambitious plans that had to get summarily thrown out the window, but we're still here through it all. It's in moments like this that I like to look back at the year that was, then forward at the year to come.
Content Warning: short discussion of 2020 with all associated pandemic stuff.Read The Story
Hey folks! I'll keep this post pretty short, cause honestly there's not a lot to say. Due to the increasing amounts of Covid-19 Infections, and in accordances with Governor Inslee's mandates, we're rolling back our hours beginning Monday, November 16th.Read The Story
Wow, it's already October, which means the election is right around the corner. It's time to check up on your voter registration and get ready to vote not just in this year's presidential election, but also to participate in choosing who represents you in the US Congress, Senate, and in local matters such as state legislature and city council. Your vote is important and this year, more than maybe any year prior, it matters that you get out there any cast your ballot. So please, take a moment to remind yourself whyRead The Story
At the end of March, the comic industry did something unprecedented in its history – for nearly a month and a half, it shut down. Lots of factors went into this decision, including distributor shut-downs, publisher delays, and a host of other issues all related to the global pandemic. By the time comics began returning to the shelves, a cascade of changes had been set off within the industry, affecting delivery times and ordering schedules for pretty much every comic book publisher out there. Now, a few months down the line, we think it’s a good time to talk about what’s changed inside the industry, and how that’s affected comic book retailers and consumers.Read The Story
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