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F.J. DeSanto and Marcus To talk Cyborg 009, manga hair, and Russian babies at NYCC 2012.
Cool conversations with comic creators, writers, artists, film and TV stars, producers and directors from Newsarama's exclusive skybox studio overl...
Cool conversations with comic creators, writers, artists, film and TV stars, producers and directors from Newsarama's exclusive skybox studio overl...
Comic creators, writers, artists, film stars, TV stars, producers, directors share their stories at Chicago Comic and Entertainment Expo
Cool conversations with comic creators, writers, artists, film and TV stars, producers and directors from Newsarama's exclusive skybox studio overl...
A manga illustrator hopes to encourage skeptical thinking and interest in science among female fans of Japanese manga comics.
We catch up with Associate Publisher Marco Pavia on where Tokyopop's been, where it is, and best, where it's going next
They're married and they're doing the same for the X-Men & Manga. We talk with Raina Telgemeier and Dave Roman
Manga-ka Anzu's unique takes on the X-Men are in full display here, showing off Del Rey's upcoming manga
The novel and movie phenomenon will move to manga later this year with Little, Brown publishing
Christopher Handley has pleaded guilty to possession and mailing obscene matter in the case involving manga, and now faces 15 years in prison
Though there are three Japanese versions, Warner Bros has landed the rights to produce an American version of Death Note
The Comic Book Legal Defense Fund has announced that it will serve as a Special Consultant in a case involving the Protect Act and a Manga collector
Anime and Manga fans descended upon NY's Jacob Javits Center Friday for Day 1 of the 2008 NY Anime Festival
We have a quick chat with Black Lagoon editor Mike Montesa about the manga, created by rei Hiroe, and how it was important to Viz not to change it ...
Earlier, we brought you word of Tokyopop's manga version of Ghostbusters that's on the way, and now, we've caught up with the creators
Manga publishers will soon be offering their comics via Nintendo's Wii.
Viz Media has announced a Hollywood-based spinoff, Viz Productions which will oversee the translation of its properties to film and other media