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90s Comic Books Are On The Rise (Part 1 of 2)

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90s Comic Books Are On The Rise (Part 1 of 2)

Lately, the entire comic book market has been affected by nostalgia buying. More than affected,, almost driven by it. Maybe it always has been that way. But we certainly have seen a shift in what buyers are looking for. More and more we see a gravitation toward 80's properties like GI Joe, Transformers, TMNT, etc.  But for buyers looking for ROI, you have to be willing to look ahead. Next up is the 90s and that wave has already begun. So with that in mind, my fellow comic investor Jason and I collaborated on a 2 part 90's Bolo buy...

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Top Five Star Wars Characters That Should be Given Screen Time by Angela Rairden

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Top Five Star Wars Characters That Should be Given Screen Time by Angela Rairden

(Warning: if you haven’t watched the second season of The Mandalorian, you may find a few very minor spoilers here.) For fun, I created a list of characters that I’d really like to see either in a Star Wars movie, or in a television show. I feel as though Disney+’s The Mandalorian has given us so many amazing characters, from new ones like the Mandalorian himself and Grogu, to ones many have wanted to see in live action for awhile, such as Ahsoka Tano and Bo Katan, that it feels as though almost anything is possible now. Even cult favorite...

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Frankie's Reviews: Radiant Black #1, Teen Titans #2, The High Republic Adventures #1, Dark Detective #3, Home Sick Pilots #3

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Frankie's Reviews: Radiant Black #1, Teen Titans #2, The High Republic Adventures #1, Dark Detective #3, Home Sick Pilots #3

Future State: Teen Titans #2 and the fantasy art of Star Wars: The High Republic Adventures #1 shined, Dark Detective #3 delivered a unique take on Gotham City while Radiant Black #1’s opening anthem hit a sour note.

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