Newspapers & Magazines

DEVASTATOR Magazine Promo Video Features Villain Arcade

In the magazine's upcoming fourth issue, the writers: cash in our life savings for precious arcade tokens with takeoffs of Marvel vs. Capcom, Rampage, Chuck E. Cheese and so much more. Contributions from James Kochalka, Jon Schnepp and Super Meat Boy are worth their weight in 1-ups. Remember: winners don't use drugs, but comedy magazines also make excellent rolling papers.

THE MAD MAGAZINE FOLD-IN COLLECTION (1964–2010)

In this deluxe four-volume set, each of Al Jaffee’s 410 fold-ins is reproduced at its original size, with a digital representation of the corresponding “folded” image on the following page (collectors won’t have to “fold” their book to get the jokes). Featuring essays by Pixar’s Pete Docter and humorist Jules Feiffer, The MAD Fold-In Collection is the definitive gift for the millions of fans who’ve grown up with MAD for nearly 60 years

UPDATE: Wizard & Toyfare Magazines Canceled as Wizard World Goes Public

Wizard has closed the doors of it's two print publications after 20 years serving the comic book community, effective immediately; the company will now focus on conventions and an online magazine.

GAREB SHAMUS UNDERTAKES PUBLIC COMPANY WIZARD WORLD, INC. AND LAUNCHES NEW ONLINE PUBLICATION ‘WIZARD WORLD’

Gareb Shamus, recently appointed President and CEO of public company Wizard World, Inc. (“Wizard World”) (OTC: GOEE.PK), today announced that the Comic Con Tour, which consists of pop culture conference events that provide high visibility marketing opportunities to pop culture brands and companies in multiple venues throughout the year, is now being produced by public company Wizard World.

More Images of GREEN LANTERN Movie Based Figures from Toyfare Magazine

The magazine, which goes on sale January 12th, is said to showcase a plethora of alien Lantern Corps member designs; several of which have already become available online.

Michael J. Fox and Lea Thompson Reunite to Discuss BACK TO THE FUTURE

Entertainment Weekly has been able to get the cast members from memorable TV and film franchise together for a Reunion issue of the magazine.