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New Doc Ock Hits Spider-Man
Have you seen the new Doctor Octopus, designed by fan-favorite artist Humberto Ramos? Click to dig the Doc.
Marvel Hires New Publisher
Following such rumors, Marvel today announced that Bill Jemas has been replaced as Publisher. Now read who took his job.
CrossGen's Solus #7
CrossGen thinks you'll love George Pérez's new issue of Solus. And to prove it, here's a five-page preview.
Marvel Searches For She-Hulk
Writer Geoff Johns and artist Scott Kolins reunite for Marvel's Avengers as they search for She-Hulk.
Virtex Returns For Digital Webbing
A comic about a cybernetic cowboy that hunts outlaws riding dinosaurs? Where do we sign up? Read on and find out.
Marvel's Mutants Gains New Penciler
Marvel's New Mutants has a new artist onboard, and we've got a five-page preview. See if he's got the chops.
Image Rocks Out With Shangri-La
Are you ready to rock and roll? Image is, with their upcoming graphic novel Shangri-La. Read the details here.
Marvel Teams Up For A Good Cause
Spider-Man and The Incredible Hulk team up for charity in a special December one-shot. Read all about it.
Davis' Marquis Returns In December
Guy Davis' sin-slayer is back in The Marquis: Intermezzo, coming from Oni Press. Read all about it.
Marvel Unveils '04 FF Plans
Marvel plans three Fantastic Four series for 2004, and we've got the details and preview art. Check this out.
2F2F DVD Contest
The hit street racing film 2 Fast 2 Furious is driving to DVD players near you. Win a free copy from Slush and Universal.
 




Advertising on Slush

The Slush Factory is one of the hottest Pop Culture sites on the Internet, featuring an irreverent yet serious brand of journalism that covers the wide spectrum of entertainment content. From the newest comic books to the latest films and DVDs, Slush is knee-deep in the type of stories the valuable 18-25 demographic find most appealing.

We offer a wide variety of advertising opportunities, including traditional banner placement as well as tailored sponsorships.

Slush articles are updated daily, and unlike other sites where syndicated content is the norm, ours are the original, engaging, and informative type that readers spend an extended amount of time on, ensuring our adverting is seen by true readers (as opposed to the quick-viewing image gallery and headline sites receive).

Through our parent network, UGO, Slush is currently serving the following types of ads:

* 728x90 Large Banner:
Roomy enough to get your message across legibly, these eye-catchers are placed directly above the content. Never will a reader need to scroll down at all to see these ads, as they're placed exclusively above the fold.

* 300x250 Square 'Box' Ad:
The latest and perhaps most highly-sought ad type, square ads might be the most cost-effective size offered. If placement is a concern, look no further. These ads are usually placed within the actual content. Even web surfers who are particularly experienced in ignoring ads would have trouble missing this one, and it's placed in an unobtrusive, non-annoying way to boot.

* 120x600 Tower Ad:
These tall 'skyscraper' ads run vertically alongside the content. Large in size, you'll be able to fit almost anything you could imagine into them. To ensure proper performance, we place these ads in such a way that they draw the eye's attention.

* V.I.P. Ad:
VIP ads eliminate the need for a user to click to see what you're offering. These giant ads can utilize their own scroll bar within the content, and you're essentially buying ad space equivalent to that of an entire website page. Though usually pricier than other formats, the UGO-exclusive VIPs must be considered the most effective campaign.

* Pop-Ups:
One of the most desirable ad platforms, there is little way for readers to avoid seeing these. While some users find them annoying, a tailored-campaign that appeals to our audience can have a masterful effect. Talk to UGO today about proper sizing and schemes in order to get the biggest bang for your buck.

* Text links & Buttons:
While a more simple campaign than the larger formats, these are the best option for those attempting to promote their site or sell a specific product. Buttons are usually 88x31 pixels, but we're not too particular about that. Text links can be placed on the main page and within the articles themselves, which can ensure a very healthy click-through.
E-mail us directly to discuss this type of campaign.


Other sizes:
Slush is no longer accepting ad campaigns for the standard 468x60 banner. We are, however, open to custom banners that gravitate around 400x60 or so. Like button ads and text links, these could work for sponsorship of certain articles, or a general sponsorship of the site for a particular period of time. The placement of these custom ads typically would go at the top and bottom of articles, although we are open to exploring other possibilities.
E-mail us directly to discuss this type of campaign



OK, I'm interested. Now what?

Aside from text links, buttons, and custom-sized sponsorships, all ad sizes and campaigns are handled and served by UGO. Using their state-of-the-art ad-serving software, you will have complete access to your statistics to see how they're performing. For all inquiries about ad buys on Slush Factory, please contact our sales manager, Peter Chang

With some of the best values in the entire industry, an advertising campaign can be custom-built to suit your needs and financial constraints. You won't be disappointed. 

E-mail UGO about an ad buy today!


 

 

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Sword of Dracula
Slush launches our Halloween countdown with the first in a series of spooky reviews. First up? New series, Sword of Dracula.
John Byrne's IMO
This week John points out that fans cannot read the minds of creators, although you wouldn't know that by listening to some of them.
The Dead Zone
Flesh-eating zombies battle the last remaining police officer in Image's new series, The Walking Dead. We review the first issue.
Steve Niles Interview
Slush interviews Steve Niles, the acclaimed writer of 30 Days of Night, who tells us about the relaunch of Fused.
A Spidery Preview
Have you seen the new Doctor Octopus, designed by fan-favorite artist Humberto Ramos? Click to dig the Doc.
Kill Bill Review
Slush reviews the first installment of Quentin Tarantino's kung fu slasher masterpiece, Kill Bill.
Viper Interview
Slush takes a look at new publisher Viper Comics, and interviews the guys behind two of its hottest books.
Peanuts Collected
Cartoon fans rejoice. Fantagraphics is reprinting the entire collection of Charles Schulz' Peanuts. Read on for details.


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