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Joe Grunenwald

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Joe Grunenwald is a writer and editor living in the Pacific Northwest. He's taller than a lot of people but not as tall as some people.

Marvel orders pens down on one-third of its output for May...

The pause is intended "to help spread the amount of publishing product over the coming weeks and months."

SHUT IN THEATER: “Not All Heroes Wear Capes” – An Investigation

Is the phrase "Not all heroes wear capes" based on a fallacy? The Beat investigates.

Janet Varney & Seychelle Gabriel return to THE LEGEND OF KORRA...

The voice actors return to their fan-favorite THE LEGEND OF KORRA roles for the first time since the series went off the air.

Rainbow Rowell’s FANGIRL is being adapted into a manga series

The first book of the four-volume adaptation will debut in October.

Dan Buckley: Marvel officially will not release new comics digitally this...

Describing the situation as 'fluid,' the publisher has not yet finalized long-term plans.

INTERVIEW: P. Craig Russell on adapting Neil Gaiman’s NORSE MYTHOLOGY for...

Russell discusses how he approaches translating prose for comics, and what he thinks makes Neil Gaiman's work so adaptable.

Dav Pilkey teams with the Library of Congress for live weekly...

The video series "Dav Pilkey At Home" will begin this Wednesday.

DC finally reveals the alternate BATMAN: A DEATH IN THE FAMILY...

A rare peak at true DC Comics history.

REVIEW: Gillen & Mora’s ONCE & FUTURE explores the power of...

ONCE & FUTURE is a fantastically fun fish-out-of-water adventure story.

Dark Horse clarifies whether they’ll release digital single issues, GNs, and...

The publisher will not release single issues digitally, but collected editions and art books will still be made available digitally.

Celebrate the 15th anniversary of Nu-DOCTOR WHO with a prequel short...

"Doctor Who and the Time War" tells an alternate version of the end of the Time War and The Doctor's regeneration.

Archie Comics will release titles digitally next week, but delay most...

According to the publisher, a handful of titles were too far along in print production to delay their release entirely.