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Geoffrey's Demise in the Amazonian Age

In the 80’s, Geoffrey was the brand, but as years progressed and Moore’s law improved computing, communication, and e-commerce, Geoffrey and his brand began to weaken and as new toy companies started to manifest they literally started taking Geoffrey’s dollars out of his pockets….Now Geoffrey is dying….

Funko Files for IPO: Should you Invest?

Approximately 1 to 2 days ago, Geekwire announced that Funko will be filing an IPO soon. What does this mean? It means that fans and collectors of those little vinyl statues can now own a piece of the company. The question from this announcement should be: “Should I invest in the company?” or “Is it worth investing?”

NYCC 2017 - Saturday - Day 3

With increased attendance and the popularity of NYCC growing, this event has turned into the number one place to go to in New York City every first weekend in October. But this year, something has changed. As I looked around the show room floor, listened to the panel discussions and the voices of the fans and vendors, something changed about the con and I can’t quite understand it.

Jesse Cohen: Wize Guy

 A hard man to contact, a series of phone calls for two weeks was all it took to interview one of the greatest collectible sellers along the east coast. Since seven to eight years of age, he has been selling collectibles, such as trading cards and comic books to his peers. It was when he obtained an “epic comic book collection” as he calls it, that he started  building his comic channels, by creating a network with various comic book stores and his customers.