Rumiko Takahashi’s classic is back in print…and it’s wild.
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
“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 […]
In advance of the new film Alita: Battle Angel, Iam8bit created an interactive experience in conjunction with 20th Century Fox for fans to immerse themselves in Alita’s movie world. Now, as I haven’t read the manga in a very long time, I can say that I headed to this Brooklyn spot fairly fresh. Your experience starts […]
Exploring Relationship in a Gothic Setting in Nagabe’s The Girl from the Other Side, Siúil a Rún
A light sprinkle of kibbles today.
§ Nice Art: If you were wondering if Robert Hack – co-creator of the Chilling Adventures of Sabrina comic – drew the titles for the hit Netflix show, well, yes he did, Der, and he shared the seven new ones he did on the tweets: pic.twitter.com/rAgEeK63wz — Robert Hack (@Robert_Hack) November 7, 2018 § […]
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Thanksgiving is a uniquely American tradition, and getting a balloon in the revered Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade is a landmark for any licensed character. And now Akira Toriyama’s Goku, star of various Dragon Ball manga and anime over the years, is unlocking his Macy’s Day achievement. The new balloon will be 70 feet long, 36 […]