Articles tagged “Comicogs”

Most Wanted & Collected Comics Of 2018 & Database Trends

The Comicogs database has more than doubled in the past year, thanks to your amazing contributions. We ended 2017 with 16,454 comics in the database. This year we’ve had just under 18,000 more submissions – about 10,000 of those have been in the second part of the year – bringing the database total up to […]

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SPIN On The Sister-Sites: Submission Stats

Filmogs VHS collection

Discogs September Pledge Initiative is an annual submission drive to document and catalog as many music releases throughout month as possible, ultimately pushing towards Discogs goal to catalog every release in the world (you can read more about Discogs’ SPIN results here). This goal also extends to all of Discogs’ newer sister-sites: Bookogs, Gearogs, Comicogs, […]

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8 Bands Who Have Taken On The Comic Universe

Some of music’s larger-than-life ideas, concepts, and characters can’t be contained in just one medium; they demand a visual form as well. Where better than on the pages of comics? Some music genres seem to be more predisposed to the comic crossover than others. Heavy metal and comics share plenty in common – from over-the-top […]

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RECKATZ: Your New Favorite Comic About Collecting Records

Reckatz comic about collecting records

Reckatz is the comic by a record collector for record collectors about record collectors. Some of the situations depicted in Reckatz feel eerily familiar, to the point where you’ll be wondering if artist/author, Tim Schulze Dieckhoff has been tailing you. From explaining your new record haul to a disinterested partner, convincing said partner you love […]

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The Best Records Based On Books & Comics: Staff Picks

Kate Bush’s ‘Wuthering Heights’ narrative was borrowed from Emily Brontë. The charming devil The Rolling Stones give their sympathy to stepped straight off the pages of Mikhail Bulgakov’s ‘The Master And Margarita’. And Gary Numan probably questioned whether friends are in fact electric because of Philip K. Dick’s ‘Do Androids Dream Of Electric Sheep’. These are just some […]

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