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December 31st 2014
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STAR TREK PLANET OF THE APES #1 (OF 5)

IDW PUBLISHING
(W) Scott Tipton, David Tipton
(A) Rachael Stott
(CA) Rachael Stott, Juan Ortiz

COVER PRICE: $3.99
YOU PAY: $2.39
122414-123014
 While supplies last
It's the crossover nobody ever expected! STAR TREK: The hope for the best of mankind's future! PLANET OF THE APES: A chilling look at the fall of humanity! How could these worlds possibly collide? What could possibly cause Captain Kirk and the crew of the Enterprise to side with Dr. Zaius to protect Ape City? And what does Colonel George Taylor have to say about it? It's a madhouse! A madhouse!!

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BASED THIS WEEKS ORDERING

  1) SHIELD #1
  2) ALL NEW MIRACLEMAN ANN #1
  3) STAR TREK PLANET O/T APES #1
  4) IMAGE FIRSTS WYTCHES #1
  5) ABIGAIL AND THE SNOWMAN #1

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  THIS WEEKS HIGHLIGHTS
So Long 2014...
COMICBOOKMAN SEZ: As we enter the final hours of 2014, I was going to write up a Year in Review for this weeks newsletter. Then I thought to myself, "Hey, it's the end of the year and news is slow. Our resident newshound Bocepheus isn't doing anything, why don't I dump it on him?" Hocus Pocus Razz-ma-dokus, he pops one out and there we are. Now I can devote a little more time to getting the 1214 Previews order out the door, and you get Bo's cogent thoughts on the last twelve months. It's a win-win! So, let me wish everyone a happy and safe New Year and take it away Bo...
BO SEZ: December is coming to a close, and itís time to look back at what's happened over the last year and try to put it all into a little perspective. By the way, in case you hadn't heard, I do the news for the store's website and you can access various topics by clicking on the links attached to the different news icons below. Just hover your mouse over them, you'll see. I break the news itself down into three categories:Comic/Movie/Brawling, because really, what other subjects are important to report on? Within each of those three categories I work on three types of news. Comic News is either Marvel, DC or Indy. Media is either Comic Movie/TV, Franchises or just general Media News. Brawling is either WWE, MMA or just general Squared Circle 'rassling news. There's about a year's worth of news stories currently on each of these nine pages. Bon Appitite.

DC: The biggest news coming out of the company was actually the announced move from New York to Burbank, California so the folks at Warners could keep a closer eye on them. The move had some long time employees decide to leave the industry, work at Marvel or pack up and learn to love oranges. DC announced Convergence, which will show characters in pre-New 52 continuity in stories to keep something on the racks while the final moves are made since their big idea was to not publish for two months before someone at Warners told them no. Behind the scenes, Warners won their attempt to maintain the copyright to Superman. 2015 should be interesting, as a mandate has been sent out to come up with books in the vein of Harley Quinn.

MARVEL: Marvelís plan for 2014 was All New, which restarted and reimagined characters but tried not to ignore what had made the characters interesting. For the most part, the idea has worked - even though some of the titles didnít sell. The company also did a series of events, both large and small. Marvel continued their tradition of raiding DC for talent by picking up Charles Soule, Jeff Lemire, G. Willow Wilson and a host of others. The biggest behind the scenes news was the settlement over the Kirby familyís claim that they were co-owners of Marvelís copyrights. Both parties settled which rumors have the Kirby family netting 30 million dollars. 2015 will bring us Time Runs Out, a new Secret Wars limited series and the end of Fantastic Four so Fox canít take advantage of a comic on the racks while the stinker of a movie is in theaters.

INDY: The words, Ďthe promise of Imageí were often thrown around when the company was formed but I donít think it occurred to anyone that promise would be coming from the office of Jim Valentino. Valentino runs Image Central, home of the most interesting comic offerings anywhere. Fatale, Low, Bitch Planet, Southern Bastards all come from there. Valiant has also given us some well told, well drawn titles. Dark Horse and Dynamite keep plugging along as well.

FOUR COLOR: Marvel dominated the movie world while DC did the same on TV. Guardians of the Galaxy supposedly came out of nowhere, and Marvel had a hunch that proved right. Arrow and Flash are often the best shows on their respective nights but DC didnít seem to figure out that movies were where the money was made until this year when they announced their upcoming superhero slate which includes: Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Suicide Squad, Wonder Woman, Justice League, Aquaman, The Flash, Shazam and Cyborg. DC had all the buzz that went along with such an announcement until Marvel announced Phase Three which included: Captain America: Civil War, Doctor Strange, Guardians of the Galaxy 2, Thor: Ragnarok, Black Panther, Avengers: Infinity War Part 1, Captain Marvel and Inhumans. Sony spent half the year defending Amazing Spider-Man (which wasnít that bad) and Fox hit a home run with X-Men: Days of Future Past while trying to ignore the backlash from the Fantastic Four casting.

FRANCHISE: Time precludes going into all the various Film Franchise I wrote about this year. The big news would be Disney's moving forward into the past with Star Wars Episode 7 and the "controversial" trailer they dropped on us last month. The musical chairs at Paramount over the Star Trek creative team has also been a big Franchise story this year. Due in no small part to Trek's 50th Anniversary rapidly approaching. Look for these two and 007 to make big news in 2015. Thankfully, it looks like I'm finally done with Tolkein news now that the Hobbit is out.

MEDIA: The biggest story of the year actually happened at the end with the controversy over Sonyís The Interview. The comedic take on assassinating Korean Leader Kim Jong Un led to the hacking of Sonyís computer network and the release of a trove of secrets. The film was pulled then placed back on the schedule for theaters willing to show it. Box office numbers were inconsistent with some films making massive amounts of money and others dying a slow death. One major event of the year was the expansion of non traditional formats for TV shows. Amazon has a huge slate of TV projects starring Ron Pearlman and others while Sony created the Play Station Network just to show an adaptation of Brian Bendis and Mike Oemingís Powers. Netflix has 5 Marvel projects coming in 2015 as well. 2K15, as of this moment, looks promising with quite a few interesting projects on the way.

WWE: Where do we start? Is it CM Punk being fired on his wedding day or Alberto Del Rio leaving after slapping social media manager Cody Barbierri when he joked about him cleaning up garbage? Is it Sting finally joining the WWE or Undertaker losing to Brock Lesnar and perhaps wrestling his last match? Is it the fact that NXT, the WWE developmental territory added a great deal of international talent and is often booked better that what we see on TV? Or is it the failure of the WWE Network to get to that one million subscribers level by now and the death of PPV on Dish as well as Direct TV? I think I would go with the latter.

MMA: The big dog in MMA is UFC and they went through a year where main events were changed due to a series of never ending accidents. That led to smaller buy rates and the signing of CM Punk because he will move the needle for any card where he is placed. UFC also went through a series of drug failures that ended the careers of Chael Sonnen and Wanderlei Silva. The Ultimate Fighter has, through no fault of its own, become just another TV show, but the TV deal with Fox has placed more eyes on the promotion. Bellator and World Series of Fighting have fought the good fight, yet, still remain the minor leagues of MMA. But Rhonda Rousey is everywhere and thatís a very good thing.

MISCELLANEOUS: TNA had a very interesting year. They lost a lot of talent due to lack of funds, lost their home and are moving to Destination America - a lower rated network. Additionally, they put on some great shows that no one watched and so remain a company that Vince McMahon doesnít consider competition. Ring of Honor keeps plugging along but no one in Chicago can see their shows on TV. Resistance Pro Wrestling had Billy Corgan only to lose him and their proposed AMC show never happened. Itís sad that the only quality smaller promotion can only be seen on the WWE Network when NXT comes on.

And that's 2014
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STORE HOURS CHANGE IN 2015: Just a reminder, starting in the new year we'll be changing our hours. Currently, we're open for you 61.5 hours a week, more hours than any of our area competitors. Starting on 010215 we're tightening up those hours just a bit to 56.5 hours a week. Even with this change in hours we're still open to serve you more than any other store in the area. All changed hours are highlighted in pink below (color may not be visible on some servers). It all begins 010215...
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  At Alternate Reality we order 99.9% of the comics PREVIEWS solicits each month. Keep that in mind as you read the numbers below; they not only break down our week, but they're also a pretty accurate representation of the week in comics nationwide.

Well, this is basically a contractual obligation ship week. The industry has to send out something but there's really nothing left to put on the trucks and ship across the country. On top of that, what is arriving this week is larded up with parallel variants out the wa-zoo. Thus creating the ridiculous situation of our 1st Place Shipper in the Top 5 (Image Comics) really only sending out two new titles, one of which is a reprint and the other arriving with seven parallel variants to get them a top of the pile spot with nine books. The real top shipper for the week is DC Comics with three original titles (each of their current three weeklies) arriving this week and not a variant in sight for any of them. In this case, redundancy trumps creativity and pushes DC down to third place for the week. Anyway, there's not a lot to work with but for the record here's how this weeks 21 titles (read as ten actual) break down on the chart....

 TOP 5 FOR 123114 SHIPPED   COST 15% OFF  YOU PAY
 IMAGE COMICS 9  $ 29.00  $       4.35  $    24.65
 MARVEL COMICS 4  $ 19.96  $       2.99  $    16.97
 DC COMICS 3  $    8.97  $       1.35  $      7.62
 IDW COMICS 2  $    7.98  $       1.20  $      6.78
 VALIANT COMICS 2  $    7.98  $       1.20  $      6.78
 INDY COMICS 1  $    3.99  $       0.60  $      3.39
TOTALS: 21  $77.88  $   11.68  $  66.20
 TOP 5 FOR 122414 SHIPPED   COST 15% OFF  YOU PAY
 DC COMICS 38  $ 138.62  $     20.79  $  117.83
 MARVEL COMICS 27  $ 108.73  $     16.31  $    92.42
 IDW COMICS 15  $    61.82  $       9.27  $    52.55
 DARK HORSE COMICS 15  $    54.93  $       8.24  $    46.69
 IMAGE COMICS 13  $    37.93  $       5.69  $    32.24
 INDY COMICS 53  $ 224.94  $     33.74  $  191.20
TOTALS: 161  $626.97  $   94.05  $532.92
NEW COMICS COST HOW MUCH?!?: With a 21 issue data base to work from (and a lot of those being parallel variants) there really isn't much point in analyzing the numbers for such a small sample. Suffice to say no matter what the price point, you save 15% OFF of ALL this week's New Comics all week long only at Alternate Reality!

THIS WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS: With only ten new titles shipping this week, suddenly every book becomes important and worth a look. Our Book of the Week is is the Boom/IDW cross over of the 20th Century Fox/Paramount franchise properties that make up STAR TREK PLANET OF THE APES #1. As a child of the sixties, the names Kirk, Zaius, Spock, Taylor, McCoy and Cornelius all appearing in one story is a dream team come true. "Phasers on Stun/Ape Shall Not Kill Ape/Beam Me Up Scotty/It's a Madhouse!" What more could anyone ask. Meanwhile at Marvel   Mark Waid and Carlos Pacheco have the thankless job of trying to get you to look past Jim Steranko & fifty years of Nick Fury and instead embrace the lead brick that is the TV version of SHIELD #1. Waid is coming off a great run of Daredevil and Pacheco is a good artist, but I don't know. Marvel's other offering is ALL NEW MIRACLEMAN ANNUAL #1 which could be special indeed because Joe Quesada illustrates Grant Morrison's lost Miracleman story, a disturbing confrontation prior to the Battle of London. Finally, something "new" on the Miracleman front. Following on the heels of the EAST OF WEST WORLD ONE SHOT is this week's EAST OF WEST #16, in which "THE APOCALYPSE: YEAR TWO" begins. The issue is oversized and comes in eight (that's right EIGHT) parallel variant covers and one special limited variant.
 
  KIDZ CORNER BOOK OF THE WEEK
 
ABIGAIL AND THE SNOWMAN #1
BOOM! STUDIOS
(W/A/CA) Roger Landridge
Abigail is a ninegirl with a huge imagination who moves to a small town where she's the new kid at school, struggling to make friends. All that changes when she meets a Yeti named Claude who has escaped a top government facility. Abigail and Claude become the best of friends, but to make sure he can truly be free from the "Shadow Men" chasing him, they must go on an adventure to find Claude's real home!
MSRP: $3.99   YOU PAY: $3.39  

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SAVE 40% ($14.18) ON THESE 7 TITLES 0N 122414!     
 40% OFF this title from 123114 to 010615  MSRP -40%  YOU PAY
 STAR TREK PLANET OF THE APES #1 (OF 5)  $     3.99  $           1.60  $        2.39

"1st DAY SALE" prices are good only for the date listed, only for one copy of each item and only while supplies last.

HERO OF THE MONTH SALE JANUARY 2015: STAR WARS
   
STAR WARS MONTH at Alternate Reality is going on now and our entire stock of Trade Paperbacks featuring STAR WARS CHARACTERS are all discounted...
25% OFF ALL MONTH LONG!

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28 NEW & RETURNING COMICS ARRIVE THIS WEEK
15% OFF ALL OF THE NEW COMICS BELOW, EVERYDAY THIS WEEK (123114-010615) FOR EVERYONE!
 1) NEW IMAGE COMICS-9  MSRP DISC  YOU PAY
EAST OF WEST #16 CVR A  $     3.50  $      0.53  $       2.98
EAST OF WEST #16 CVR B THE PRA  $     3.50  $      0.53  $       2.98
EAST OF WEST #16 CVR C TEXAS  $     3.50  $      0.53  $       2.98
EAST OF WEST #16 CVR D ENDLESS  $     3.50  $      0.53  $       2.98
EAST OF WEST #16 CVR E KINGDOM  $     3.50  $      0.53  $       2.98
EAST OF WEST #16 CVR F CONFEDERACY  $     3.50  $      0.53  $       2.98
EAST OF WEST #16 CVR G UNION  $     3.50  $      0.53  $       2.98
EAST OF WEST #16 CVR H ARMISTICE INCV  $     3.50  $      0.53  $       2.98
IMAGE FIRSTS WYTCHES #1  $     1.00  $      0.15  $       0.85
 NEW IMAGE COMICS TOTALS:  $   29.00  $      4.35  $    24.65
     
 2) NEW MARVEL COMICS-4  MSRP DISC  YOU PAY
ALL NEW MIRACLEMAN ANNUAL #1  $     4.99  $      0.75  $       4.24
ALL NEW MIRACLEMAN ANNUAL #1 QUESADA VAR  $     4.99  $      0.75  $       4.24
ALL NEW MIRACLEMAN ANNUAL #1 SMITH VAR  $     4.99  $      0.75  $       4.24
SHIELD #1  $     4.99  $      0.75  $       4.24
NEW MARVEL COMICS TOTALS:  $   19.96  $      2.99  $    16.97
     
 3) NEW DC COMICS-3  MSRP DISC  YOU PAY
BATMAN ETERNAL #39  $     2.99  $      0.45  $       2.54
EARTH 2 WORLDS END #13  $     2.99  $      0.45  $       2.54
NEW 52 FUTURES END #35 (WEEKLY)  $     2.99  $      0.45  $       2.54
NEW DC COMICS TOTALS:  $     8.97  $      1.35  $       7.62
     
 4) NEW IDW COMICS-2  MSRP DISC  YOU PAY
STAR TREK PLANET OF THE APES #1 (OF 5)  $     3.99  $      0.60  $       3.39
STAR TREK PLANET OF THE APES #1 (OF 5) SUB VAR  $     3.99  $      0.60  $       3.39
NEW IDW COMICS TOTALS:  $     7.98  $      1.20  $       6.78
     
 5) NEW VALIANT COMICS-2  MSRP DISC  YOU PAY
X-O MANOWAR #31 CVR A INTERLOCKING ALLEN  $     3.99  $      0.60  $       3.39
X-O MANOWAR #31 CVR B INTERLOCKING ALLEN  $     3.99  $      0.60  $       3.39
NEW VALIANT COMICS TOTALS:  $     7.98  $      1.20  $       6.78
     
 NEW INDEPENDENT COMICS-1  MSRP DISC  YOU PAY
ABIGAIL AND THE SNOWMAN #1  $     3.99  $      0.60  $       3.39
NEW INDY COMICS TOTALS:  $     3.99  $      0.60  $       3.39
     
 NEW  VARIANT COMICS-7  MSRP
SHIELD #1 DEADPOOL PARTY SKETCH VAR  TBA
STAR TREK PLANET OF THE APES #1 (OF 5) VAR ED  TBA
EAST OF WEST #16 CVR I MCKELVIE VAR ED  TBA
SHIELD #1 DEODATO VAR ED  TBA
SHIELD #1 MAOS PHOTO VAR ED  TBA
STAR TREK PLANET OF THE APES #1 (OF 5) VAR ED  TBA
STAR TREK PLANET OF THE APES #1 (OF 5) BLANK SUB VAR  TBA
 
COMICBOOKMAN FUN FACT:
ALTERNATE REALITY receives more New Sale Items than any other store in Chicago! Each week anywhere between 175-250 brand new and re-order Comics, Books, Trades, Magazines, Statues, etc come through the door and go on sale. So be sure to get a look at CHICAGO'S LARGEST SELECTION of Comic/Genre relatedSTUFF every week right here in SHIP-SHAPE!
10 NEW/RETURNING NON-COMIC ITEMS ARRIVE THIS WEEK
(Prices shown are the MSRP for the item during this week of release and may not reflect later market changes)
 NEW MAGAZINES-10  MSRP
AMERICAS TEST KITCHEN:SLOW COOKER REVOLUTION  $   12.95
CHICAGO MAGAZINE #64.1  $     5.99
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY #1342  $     4.99
FAERIE MAGAZINE #29  $   10.95
KINDRED SPIRIT #133  $     9.99
LOST TREASURE 0215  $     5.50
MENS HEALTH 0215  $     4.99
OTAKU USA #51  $     5.99
VOGUE 0115  $     4.99
WOMEN'S HEALTH 0215  $     4.99
 
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THIS WEEKS LATE LIST
(The following have been pushed back form their original release dates to these new dates)
 VENDOR/TITLE-25 OLD DATE NEW DATE
 ACTION FIGURES/STATUES/MODELS    
Alien Minimates 35th Ann. Box Set 6/24/2015 1/7/2015
Batman Animated: BAS Man Bat AF 12/24/2014 1/7/2015
Batman Animated: BAS Robin AF 12/24/2014 1/7/2015
Batman Animated: BAS The Joker AF 12/24/2014 1/7/2015
Batman Animated: NBA Poison Ivy AF 12/24/2014 1/7/2015
DC Comics Designer Ser. 3: Two Face AF 12/24/2014 1/7/2015
DC Comics Super Villains: Harley Quinn 2nd Ed. Bust 12/24/2014 2/11/2015
DC Comics: Batman Wood Figure 12/24/2014 1/7/2015
DC Comics: Superman Wood Figure 12/24/2014 1/7/2015
Red Lantern 1:1 Scale Power Battery Prop w/Ring 12/24/2014 1/7/2015
Walking Dead TV Series 6 AF Asst. 10/29/2014 1/7/2015
Wonder Woman: Art of War Statue By Cliff Chiang 12/24/2014 1/7/2015
   
 BOOKS & TRADES    
March GN Book 02 1/14/2015 1/21/2015
Morning Glories TP Vol. 8 1/21/2015 1/28/2015
Phantom Comp. Dailies HC Vol. 7 1946-1947 12/24/2014 1/7/2015
TMNT Animated TP Vol. 5: Choosing Sides 12/24/2014 1/7/2015
Will Eisner Spirit Artist Ed. HC Vol. 2 12/24/2014 1/7/2015
World of the Witcher HC 2/25/2015 5/20/2015
X-O Manowar Classic Omnibus HC 12/3/2014 1/7/2015
   
 COMICS    
Grayson #6 Reg./Var. 1/7/2015 1/14/2015
Harley Quinn #14 Reg./Vars. 1/21/2015 1/28/2015
Injustice: Gods Among Us Year Three #7 1/7/2015 1/14/2015
Jupiter's Legacy #5 Cvr. A Quitely (RES) (MR) 1/7/2015 1/14/2015
Justice League Goes Inside the NBA All Star 2015 1/19/2015 1/21/2015
Mortal Kombat X #1Cvrs. A/B/Variant (MR) 1/7/2015 1/14/2015
   
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"What does it mean above when it sez...."

2ND PTG VAR=Second Printing Variant
AF=Action Figure(s)
ANMN=All New Marvel Now
ANNIV=Anniversary
ASST=Assortment
AUXILIARY ED=The designation Avatar Comics assigns to it's 2nd Prints
BK=Book
BLK=Black
CCG=Collectable Card Game
COLL ED=Collected Edition
COLL MAG=Collector's Magazine
CURR PRTG=Current Printing
CVR=Cover
DM=Direct Market (Comic Book Stores only)
ED=Edition
DCU=DC Universe
DLX=Deluxe
FRGTN RLMS=Forgotten Realms
GN=Graphic Novel
GORE=Gory cover image
HC=Hard Cover
INCV=Incentive Cover
LTD ED=Limited Edition
MED=Medium (as in a "Medium Sized Statue")
MLB=Major League Baseball
MMPB=Mass Media Paper Back
MMW=Marvel Master Works
MTME=Transformers More Than Meets the Eye
(MR)=Mature Readers, this item is NOT intended for younger or more sensitive readers.
N52=DC's New 52
NBA=National Basketball Association
NBA=National Basketball Association
NFL=National Football League
NHL=National Hockey League
NOTE PRICE=Price differs from this titles regular price.
NOW=Marvel NOW!
O/A=Order Again
PKT=Pocket
PTG=Printing
PX=Previews Exclusive
Reg./Var.=Regular Cover/Variant Cover
(RES)=Re-solicited Item
RI VARIANT=a Retailer Incentive Variant cover
RID=Transformers Robots In Disguise
SC=Soft Cover
SER=Series
STD ED=Standard Edition
SUB=Subscription as is variant Subscription Cover
SUB VAR=Subscription Variant
TBA=To Be Announced
TNG=Referencing Star Trek "THE NEXT GENERATION"
TOS=Referencing Star Trek "THE ORIGINAL SERIES"
TP=Trade Paperback
T/C=Trading Card
T/S=Tee-Shirt
VAR=Variant
VAR ED=Variant Edition
VOL or V.=Volume
WRAP=Wraparound cover

DATES: Many magazines have a numbered designation based on the month (s) and year of their release, which we list as a 4 digit number. EX: "0309" means March, 2009. "1211" means December, 2011...

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