While Mary Beth is geeking out at New York Comic Con this week, the rest of the AdBiblio team is back at home trying to live vicariously through her updates & social media posts. Sometimes you just can’t be everywhere you want to be. But if you’re a comic book, graphic novel, or manga publisher, and the place you want to be is wherever your book buyers are, we’ve got the best solution for you! Proximity ads for comic books, manga & graphic novels put your titles right in front of exactly the right readers, in exactly the right places in the real world. Here’s how…
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AdBiblio Case Study: Surely Books Launch from ABRAMS
We love that queer representation is being brought to the forefront of comics, graphic novels, and manga. From fan favorites like Heartstopper and The Witch Boy to series like The Legend of Korra and Lumberjanes, LGBTQIA+ creators and stories are more popular than ever. When we heard about the launch of Surely Books – the new line of LGBTQIA graphic novels from ABRAMS – we jumped on board to help spread the word with AdBiblio book advertising!
Reach Sci-Fi / Fantasy fans & Comic book enthusiasts!
I’m currently in a very Sci-Fi / Fantasy mood. Next week I’ll be heading to NYCC in my new “Never Forget Barb” Stranger Things T-Shirt (pictured below). I just started binging Maniac on Netflix (so weird, but so good). And this week I finished the magical YA debut Children of Blood and Bone!
Captain’s Log: NYCC Stardate 2017
The AdBiblio team has been to NY Comic Con many times, but I personally have never had the pleasure… until now! And as a huge Star Wars nerd, what better timing than the year when The Last Jedi is being released?!
To be honest, I was expecting the atmosphere to be a lot like BEA with more costumes. If you’ve ever been to both BEA and NYCC though, you already know how wrong I was. (Except about the costumes – there are definitely more costumes at NYCC.)