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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.

Loiter outside Doctor Strange’s Sanctum Sanctorum in Marvel’s 10-hour livestream

The view outside 177A Bleecker Street is mesmerizing. Or we're going insane.

Archie announces 80th anniversary digital-exclusive one-shots

The reprint titles will spotlight the iconic characters of Archie's 80 years of publishing history.

Stephan Franck is kickstarting his next graphic novel, PALOMINO

The book, said to be the first of a four-part series, is described as a neo-noir tale of cowboys in 1980s Los Angeles.

DC & Graphitti Designs WonderCon exclusives are now available online

Plus a site-wide offer of free DC variant covers for every $25 spent.

EXCLUSIVE: Samuel Teer & Mar Julia’s BROWNSTONE explores the mixed-race experience

The young adult graphic novel follows a mixed-race teenager as she adjusts to living with her estranged father.

Humanoids announces a “short break” in their publishing schedule, pushes titles...

No new Humanoids products will release between next Wednesday and the end of June.

Analysis: What books might survive in Marvel’s reduced publishing schedule?

Which titles will see delays, and how will it impact the overall line?

F. Scott Fitzgerald’s THE GREAT GATSBY gets a graphic novel adaptation...

Finally, a more entertaining way to not read The Great Gatsby than CliffsNotes.

Marvel orders pencils 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.