Jesus and Buddha are roomies in this possibly controversial manga.
by Erica Friedman The panel was moderated by Ben Applegate, Editor at Kodansha, with guests David Lopez (All-New Wolverine), Alex de Campi (Archie vs Predator, Twisted Romance), Genevieve Valentine (Catwoman) Brenden Fletcher (Motorcrush, Batgirl) and Alejandro Arbona (Editor of Ghost in the Shell: GNN) Applegate started with a discussion of the new deluxe edition of Ghost in the Shell, published in Japanese style, with box, art prints, and all of Shirow’s color […]
By Kerry Erlanger Sunday, The U.S. arm of Japan’s largest book publisher, Kodansha Comics, hosted the last in what was a series of panels by the publication at New York Comic Con. Unlike previous Kodansha panels at the con, the focus this time was less on Hiro Mashima and more on the future, specifically the handful […]
By Kerry Erlanger The manga crowd is always smaller at New York Comic Con, but no less voracious than its comic fan counterparts. That was evident at Friday afternoon’s Celebrate Fairy Tail: Live-Sketch and Q&A with Hiro Mashima, a panel presented by Kodansha Comics and hosted at the con’s Main Stage. For those unfamiliar, Fairy Tail […]
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When “The Biggest Attack on Titan Manga Announcement Ever” panel was announced, including the likes of long-time and super-well-connected editor Jeanine Schaefer, the assumption was that some type of western comics homage to the best-selling Japanese manga was in the works. My personal guess was a miniseries or two from a couple of creators.
The reality is much bigger than that.
Here’s Kodansha’s complete line-up and giveaways. Junji Ito cat comics and Tony Moore Attack on Titan? I think I see where this is going. The Biggest Attack on Titan Manga Announcement Ever Thu Oct 8 | 4-5 | Room 1A18 In which we make the biggest announcement about Attack on Titan comics […]