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  • Marvel Comics' Dark Tower Adaption

    Is anybody reading this comic book adaption of the dark tower books?
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    i've considered it, is it good?


    • #3
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      I've never read a comic book but I LOVE the Dark Tower series (just started rereading it). Should I check these out? Anybody read them?


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        my husband is reading them and says they're fantastic.
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          Marvel profit up in third quarter

          via The Hollywood Reporter
          Nov 6, 2007

          Marvel Entertainment, which licenses comic book characters like Spider-Man, posted a higher third-quarter profit, helped by worldwide licensing operations and growth in its publishing segment, and raised its 2007 outlook, sending shares up more than 20%.

          Net income for the quarter rose to $36.3 million, or 45 cents a share, from $13.2 million, or 16 cents a share, a year ago.

          Net sales rose 3% to $123.6 million.

          Analysts had expected earnings of 28 cents a share, before exceptional items, on revenue of $90.52, according to Reuters Estimates.

          Net sales at its licensing segment, which benefited from strong contributions related to Spider-Man 3 consumer merchandise licensing, rose 13% and sales at its publishing segment rose 1%.

          "The publishing segment continues to benefit from strong sales of event-driven imprints such as World War Hulk and Stephen King's Dark Tower series," Marvel's chairman, Morton Handel, said in a statement.

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          • #6
            Re: Marvel Comics' Dark Tower Adaption

            If you are interested, the Hardcover version of the entire series comes out this Wednesday, 11/07/07. If you need to know where a local comicbook store is, here is a link that should help.



            • #7
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              Thanks! I may have to go get that this weekend.


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