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Bisons Superhero Night

Sunday, August 13th, 2017

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On August 19th, the Buffalo Bisons  will have their 3rd Annual Superhero Night:

“Your favorites will be at Coca-Cola Field to save the day again, with Superhero Characters throughout the ballpark to meet and get your picture taken with, compliments of the Superhero Alliance of Western New York. All the young superhero boys and girls are also being encouraged to join forces and come dressed as their favorite characters! There will be a storyline played out on the BisonsTV HD scoreboard that culminates in an on-field battle between the superheroes and evil villains….And we may just be calling on YOU to help save the ballpark! Proceeds of Superhero Night will benefit the Superhero Race & Wellness Walk, held each year at Delaware Park.” - www.milb.com

Get Pop-Cultured 2017

Sunday, July 30th, 2017

Get Pop-Cultured 2017

If you haven’t gotten a chance to check out Barnes & Nobles’ Get Pop-Cultured events yet, consider heading out to one this week! Select stores will be hosting a special birthday celebration for Harry Potter and offering comics-related giveaways!

Further details for this month-long event series are available at barnesandnoble.com

DC to offer titles on Kindles, I-Tunes and Nook

Thursday, December 6th, 2012

DC’s major revamp of titles and heroes last year with their New 52 shook up the comic world and brought new life to the industry. This year they look to broaden their readership by offering all the new titles in digital format on of the most popular and growing e-readers.This makes them the first to offer comics across a major e-print platform.  DC Entertainment co-publisher Jim Lee said. “We’re very excited to work with Amazon, Apple and Barnes & Noble to bring best-selling DC Comics and Vertigo periodicals to their e-bookstores.” Can this ease of access and possible discount for digital format be yet another boost for DC? What do you think? Has anyone downloaded any yet?

Check out this article from the Hollywood Reporter and this article from Publishers Weekly for more information.