As of Friday, March 20th both the Culver City and Long Beach stores are closed to the public. In addition, our distributor, Diamond Comics, has announced they are no longer shipping comic book stores new products as of April 1st, so the week of Wednesday, March 25th will be the last week we have new comics and graphic novels for the near future.
First let us assure all, this does NOT mean the stores are closing. We will still be open for curbside pickup and mail order of any items you have on hold and you can still place orders for comics, graphic novels and collectibles we currently have instore (Previewsworld/Pullbox is your friend).
Please make sure to read our weekly email newsletters and follow us on social media to get the most up to date info on how we are handling this crisis, and each stores home page for specific info, hours, specials we are running and more. And, as always, please feel free to contact us with any questions!
Stay safe all – Team(s) Pulp Fiction Culver City and Long Beach
PUBLISHERS HELPING STORES
These indie publishers are being extremely helpful and generous during this crisis, sharing 50% of their online sales with comic book shops when your order from their site (you must specify your local store when ordering)...let’s support them by checking out their products and making some orders!
AROUND THE WORLD WIDE WEB
Italian comic book writer/artist Milo Manara has crafted artwork paying tribute to those on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The hunger of an evil living planet is humanity’s biggest threat in Junji Ito’s cosmic-horror tale Remina, set for an English release this year. Read all about it at CBR.com Junji Ito is the Stephen King of horror manga – highly recommended! Check out all his books on Previewsworld.com…and remember
CBR.com takes a look back at the most important things during the first phase of the current direction of the X-Men franchise, Dawn of X.
CBR.com reports that new casting descriptions for Netflix’s Sandman adaptation have surfaced online, hinting at the first season’s story.
No one believed in a movie about four overgrown turtles who are trained in martial arts and named after Italian artists. Then it made more than $200 million, and launched a nationwide phenomenon…
Publisher TKO, known for titles such as The Banks, Sentient, and The Fearsome Doctor Fang, is helping direct market retailers fight back against financial hardship by offering 50% of profits from its online sales directly to comic stores.
The lists have already started… Publisher’s Weekly have chosen their top five adult graphic novels for 2019. And so it begins… I;ve read (and enhoyed) three of these, look like I have something to put on my Christmas list. Clyde Fans Seth (Drawn & Quarterly) Drawn over 20 years, Seth’s exacting