Update On $80,000 Stolen Comics in the Daily LITG 12th January 2023


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Regarding the $80,000 comics theft in Canada, the hit store CaptCan Comics posted “We are a little better rested today, a little less overwhelmed, but still p-ssed off. We cleaned up the mess so kindly left by our late night visitor, and will be reopening the store tomorrow. We cannot thank you enough, each and every one of you that has taken the time to share what happened or leave a kind note. The support from our community has been remarkable and has certainly helped. We also appreciate everyone’s input on the actual Crime. We have spent hours watching security footage and have provided tons to the police. We know there were at least two people involved and the vehicle used was not plated. We remain optimistic but I will refrain from sharing more on this right now. When we can, we will be sure to share. We have been hard at work on this weeks new releases today, and they will be hitting our website tonight alongside over a thousand new Back Issues. It is a week chalk full of exciting titles! Thanks for reading, thanks for supporting, thanks for thinking of us. Thank you.”

Screencap from CaptCan Comics Facebook video

LITG: The ten most popular stories yesterday

  1. $80,000 Of Graded Comics Stolen From Canadian Comic Store 
  2. Marvel Comics Teases Uncanny X-Men With Animated Look For FCBD
  3. Too Many Wolverines In This Week’s X-Men Comics (Spoilers)
  4. The Sandman Season 2 Not Really A “Season 2”? Netflix Keeping Quiet
  5. Launching Tomorrow On Bleeding Cool – The 5G Files
  6. WWE Sale to Saudi Arabia Rumored with Company Set to Go Private
  7. Always Sunny: Rob McElhenney Video Confirms Season 16 Writing Underway
  8. Time To Revisit The Origin Of Monica Rambeau & The Beyonder (Spoilers)
  9. The Rig: Like a Doctor Who Story Minus The Doctor (Unfortunately)
  10. Marvel Comics Brings A Monster Mosque To Ms Marvel (Spoilers)

ICYMI: More comic book stories from yesterday

LITG one year ago, Gary Frank’s Original 5G Covers

DC Repurposes Gary Frank Generat

  1. The Gary Frank 5G Cover That Wasn’t
  2. Invincible Colorist Suing Robert Kirkman Over Animated Series Profits
  3. MTN DEW Reveals Brand New Flavor Called “Spark”
  4. The Face Of The New Batman Of New York From DC Comics
  5. Doctor Who: John Barrowman’s Interesting Response to Return Request
  6. Dexter: New Blood Finale Made Me A Better Breaking Bad Fan (Opinion)
  7. Action Comics #1 Bought By 13-Year-Old, Will Sell For Over $2 Million
  8. Tini Howard On Knights Of X As The X-Men Of Otherworld
  9. Magic: The Gathering: Signed Black Lotus Stolen From CA Game Store
  10. Generation 1 – 4 Species Still Not Released In Pokémon GO in 2022
  11. John Romita Returns To Spider-Man For New Era In April 2022
  12. Robert Gill Joins Benjamin Percy On X-Force For Destiny Of X
  13. John Byrne’s Marvel Bullpen Bulletins Page Over $30,000 At Auction
  14. Rich Douek & Carlos Olivares’ The Ocean Will Take Us in April 2022
  15. Steve Ditko Amazing Spider-Man #37 Splash Page Original Art For Sale
  16. Rewriting Ace The Bat Hound’s Origin One More Time (Spoilers)
  17. Lunar Distribution Launches “Next Phase” Previews Catalogue
  18. Rarest Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Comic Turtlemania Gold At Auction
  19. David Sutherland At 89, Celebrates 60 Years Drawing Bash Street Kids
  20. Harley Quinn Gets A Get-Out Clause For Future Villainousness?
  21. Vault Comics Tease New Comic From Christopher Sebela & Ben Hennessy
  22. Pokémon GO Unreleased Species In The Daily LITG, 11th January 2022

Comic book industry birthdays

Comics folk are still getting older and still celebrating that special date.

  • Comics journalist and statistician, John Jackson Miller.
  • Richard Pace, artist on The Pitt, New Warriors, Imaginary Fiends.
  • Joe Quesada, former EVP, EIC & Creative Director of Marvel Entertainment.
  • Jeremy Atkins, senior publicist at Lion Forge.
  • Franchesco of Grimm Fairy Tales.
  • Damian Duffy of Bad Muthaz, Kid Code and Kindred.
  • Wagner Reis, artist on Vampirella, Warlord Of Mars and Red Sonja.
  • Marat Mychaels, artist on Brigade, Grimm Fairy Tales, Threshold and Blaze Brothers.
  • Kate Tolibao, International Talent Coordinator at Comic-Con Asia.

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