They've got good concepts from Mark Millar, J. Torres, Fred Van Lente, and more over the alst few months and Q turned all of them down.
I've been told my two people that two comic stores lost a lot of business when Omega Flight was cancelled, one shut down after issue 5 came out (the store had been open for 12 years and was doing well until late 2007), the other store says they dropped 15% of their business when Marvel ditched Alpha Flight. Even they were surprised by the backlash, my friends said. One store in Regina, one in Winnipeg.
See if Fan Expo delivers, for a change.
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