The Many, Many, Many New Comic Book Series Coming This Fall

Let’s be real: Comics are kind of a year-round thing. But you know what fall has that the rest of those lousy seasons don’t? Perfect comic book reading weather. So it’s a good thing that there’s tons of new comics on the way! Here’s our picks of the wonderful new books you’ll want to get cozy with… Read More The Many, Many, Many New Comic Book Series Coming This Fall

BLADE OF THE IMMORTAL RED BAND TRAILER IS WEIRD AND BLOODY

Remember back in 2003, when the teaser trailer for Kill Bill (back then, it was just going to be one movie) played in your local multiplex, and it announced the long-awaited arrival of “The 4th Film by Quentin Tarantino?” I certainly remember that. It meant each of the movies by this filmmaker was special and… Read More BLADE OF THE IMMORTAL RED BAND TRAILER IS WEIRD AND BLOODY

Sneak Peek At Peter Milligan And Alberto Fouch’s Dan Dare #1 From Titan Comics

Here are four pages from the upcoming Dan Dare #1 revival from Titan Comics, out in October from Peter Milligan and Alberto Fouch, out on October 11th The iconic British hero returns for brand-new adventures, written by Peter Milligan with art by Alberto Fouche! featuring cover by superstar artist Christian Ward (ODY-C, Black Bolt)! For… Read More Sneak Peek At Peter Milligan And Alberto Fouch’s Dan Dare #1 From Titan Comics

Netflix’s ‘Death Note’ Should Be Returned To Sender

Scrawl this one in your magic killer notebook if you’ve heard it before: A popular, beloved Japanese manga and anime catches the attention of an American studio desperate for that sweet trans-global box office. The American studio then opts to Anglicize the property, casting largely white actors and leaving intact only the exotic qualities of… Read More Netflix’s ‘Death Note’ Should Be Returned To Sender

How this couple is slowly building Kokaachi, a startup in the serious business of comics in India

Homegrown comic startup Kokaachi is surviving and growing in an industry set against it while staying true to its niche roots. “Is there really a ‘market’ for comics in India?” muses Pratheek Thomas, Co-founder, Kokaachi. “The market for the new wave of comics – home grown or international – is very nascent here. Amar Chitra… Read More How this couple is slowly building Kokaachi, a startup in the serious business of comics in India

SPOTTED: “Mobile Suit Moon Gundam” Manga Coming Next Month

A sharp-eyed fan spotted the logo for a new Gundam series in the chutes: Mobile Suit Moon Gundam, with a fairly on-the-nose logo. The moonlight is projected onto the latter part of the Universal Century. A new Gundam saga is beginning! Harutoshi Fukui (Gundam Unicorn) will be in charge of story, with Takayuki Kosai (Gundam… Read More SPOTTED: “Mobile Suit Moon Gundam” Manga Coming Next Month

OBI-WAN KENOBI IS FINALLY GETTING HIS OWN MOVIE BECAUSE THE UNIVERSE NEEDS MORE FUN

Newsweek published this story under the headline of “Fun in Space,” on May 30, 1977. Forty years after the first Star Wars movie was released, sources said an Obi-Wan Kenobi film is in the works. In honor of the possible spinoff, Newsweek is republishing the story. I loved Star Wars, and so will you, unless… Read More OBI-WAN KENOBI IS FINALLY GETTING HIS OWN MOVIE BECAUSE THE UNIVERSE NEEDS MORE FUN

Alan Moore to Write Introduction to Collection of Classic British Comic Strip ‘Faceache’

The ‘Watchmen’ and ‘From Hell’ writer considers ‘Faceache’ creator Ken Reid to be a formative influence on his work. Ken Reid is a cartoonist whose name isn’t well-known outside of the U.K., but he’s an inspiration for plenty of comic book greats, including Watchmen’s Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons. Audiences unfamiliar with his work will… Read More Alan Moore to Write Introduction to Collection of Classic British Comic Strip ‘Faceache’

The Tokyo Olympic Committee Is Planning A Manga Parade For 2020

We still remember that crazy moment at the Olympics in Rio when Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe transformed into Mario to announce that the 2020 games would take place in Tokyo. Well, it turns out his choice to be Mario wasn’t completely random after all. According to the Japan Times, former Prime Minister Yoshirō Mori,… Read More The Tokyo Olympic Committee Is Planning A Manga Parade For 2020

Mister Miracle spirals out of control in his dazzling new comic

The team behind The Sheriff Of Babylon work their winning charm on Mister Miracle There’s a real temptation to just tell people to read Mitch Gerads and Tom King’s Mister Miracle #1 (DC) and leave it at that. This team is a solid one with a lot of skill, and after their work on The Sheriff Of Babylon… Read More Mister Miracle spirals out of control in his dazzling new comic