Written by Writrzblok
on Thursday, February 16 2017 and posted in News with Benefits
"Marvel Comics Adventures" is still waiting by the phone.
Source: Publisher's Weekly
Announced today, Marvel will enter into a partnership with Archie Comics to create and publish "Marvel Comics Digest." They will showcase a collection of stories featuring Marvel's iconic superheroes in a smaller formatted book that will be distributed to retailers sometime in June 2017.
For those who remember buying your comics in drugstores and newspaper stands, Archie Comics Digest have been a popular mainstay for decades. They are a major part of keeping everyone's favorite fire-haired flirtatious flake alive in pop culture well into it's own modern resurgence.
Marvel Senior Vice President Of Sales and Marketing David Gabriel said that the partnership would advance the reach and scope of the Marvel brand name. As well as provide:
our retailer partners, local comic shops and large chain retailers, a new, fun, and easily digestible way to dive into the Marvel Comics Universe and produce life-long fans.
No word yet on whether or not Secret Wars on Infinite Riverdales will ever be a thing.
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About the Author - Writrzblok
Jeff Gwinnup/Writrzblok is a comic book-loving, movie-watching, mac-and-cheese devouring Florida-born nerd who would like to write for a living one day. That is, if the inanities and stress of modern living don't kill him first. He's been reviewing/critiquing in either print or video form for almost seven years and shows no signs of stop-
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