The first trade paperback collection of the popular webcomic is as relatable as it is enjoyable.
The book includes childhood adventures of Judy Hopps and Nick Wilde set prior to the events of the film.
“You can count the comic book editors on one hand who are so influential to the medium and whose vision for their material is so strong that they really define a brand that gives the audience that kind of confidence. And one of them is here to my left, Karen Berger.”
A look at how the award winning graphic narrative came to be.
All-ages adventure and absurdity call in the latest original graphic novel from Dark Horse.
A world of magic and family secrets await in the new original graphic novel from Dark Horse.
“We wanted little kids reading the book to see that they could go to San Francisco and in essence walk the path that they walked and feel like that you could be on their adventure too.”
Ever since his Andre the Giant and Tetris: The Games People Play, writer and artist Box Brown has become better known for his documentary-style, full-length graphic novels. Due to his thorough investigative work, Box seems to provide more insight than even previous documentaries of the same subjects. All the while maintaining his own small press […]
In this week’s crowdfunding offering I humbly introduce you to a cartoon drawing tabletop game, a cinematic novel that takes you deep inside Norse mythology, and the second volume to the popular sci-fi fantasy series Hex11. Cartooner: A Comic Drawing Game Game designers Jason Thompson (VIZ manga editor) and Jumana (Jay) Al Hashal teamed up with concept […]
Arcade fighter fans won’t have a hard time recognizing Capcom’s respective Street Fighter and Darkstalkers franchises. Any and all storylines have been separate at best, surrounding their various video game iterations, cartoons, comics, and mangas. Last week however, the combat driven Street Fighter series and the spookier Darkstalkers series finally crossed paths in UDON’s new […]