This is huge news for TCAF attendees.
Fans of Japanese Manga/Anime have yet to get a live-action Hollywood adaptation that does the original source material justice
Here’s a beginner’s guide to the legendary manga artist’s work.
A really positive and heartening undercurrent of change and connectio helped me enjoy the festival this year.
Kodansha Comics, the US-based arm of Japanese publisher Kodansha, is beginning their foray into the worlds of Boy’s Love and Yuri Comics with a trio of hard-working series.
“The Art of NAOKI URASAWA” runs at Japan House Los Angeles (6801 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles, CA. 90028) from January 23 to March 28, 2019 Legendary manga artist Naoki Urasawa will drop by Japan House January 23 for a rare book signing and sold out talk to kick off “The Art of NAOKI URASAWA.” Frederick […]
It’s official, Rumiko Takahashi, one of the all time great manga-ka, has won the Grand Prix at FIBD Angoulême. She beat out the other two finalists, Chris Ware and Emmanuel Gilbert. The honor, considered one of the greatest in comics, is a lifetime achievement award and also confers the honor of being the marshal of […]
Exploring Relationship in a Gothic Setting in Nagabe’s The Girl from the Other Side, Siúil a Rún
It’s been a whirlwind year for manga fans.
Over 100 of the publisher’s digital titles will be available for up to 50% off.