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Pak and Miyazawa’s “Mech Cadet Yu” Set to Conclude With Issue #12

By | May 19, 2018 | News

Greg Pak (“Batman/Superman,” ‘Planet Hulk’) and Takeshi Miyazawa (“Spider-Man Loves Mary Jane,” “Ms. Marvel”) have confirmed through CBR.com that they will be concluding their heroic giant robot saga “Mech Cadet Yu” with issue 12 (tentatively scheduled for September). The action-packed BOOM! Studios title originally started as a short story in the 2012 anthology “Shattered: Asian […]

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TV Series of “Injection” in Development

By | Apr 11, 2018 | News

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Universal Cable Productions will optioning the Image Comics sci-fi series “Injection” for the small screen. The ongoing comic book by written by Warren Ellis (“Transmetropolitan,” “Planetary”) with art by Declan Shalvey (“Sweeney Todd,” “Hero Killer”) and Jordie Bellaire (“Vision,” “The Wake”) is the latest in a long list of comic […]

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“Project Superpowers” Returns With an Issue #0 in July

By | Apr 5, 2018 | News

Dynamite Entertainment have announced a new “Project Superpowers” relaunch. “Project Superpowers” #0 will herald a new beginning for the roster of revitalized Golden Age characters that featured in the original series. The Black Terror, the Green Lama, Scarab, Masquerade, Sampson and many others are set to return in the Zero Issue, which will be sold […]

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El Topo Gets Comic Book Sequel From Jodorowsky and Ladronn

By | Mar 22, 2018 | News

BOOM! Studios’s Archaia imprint (via The Beat) have announced an English translation of “The Sons of El Topo” (originally published in French by Glénat) from acclaimed surrealist director Alejandro Jodorowsky, and Eisner Award-winning artist Jose Ladronn. “The Sons of El Topo” is a sequel to Jodorowsky’s breakthrough 1970 film El Topo (or The Mole). The […]

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Robert Grossman, Cartoonist and Graphic Designer, Dead at 78

By | Mar 22, 2018 | News

According to The New York Times, prolific illustrator and political caricaturist Robert Grossman has passed away at the age of 78. Over the course of an extensive 50 year career, Grossman had contributed cover art and illustrations to countless magazines including The New York Times, Rolling Stone, Time, Mother Jones, Esquire, The Nation, the New […]

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Dick Adair, Political Cartoonist, Dead at 82

By | Mar 14, 2018 | News

[Header image from Dick Adair’s Saigon] According to the Honolulu Star-Advertiser, Dick Adair, who contributed political comics to the paper’s predecessor (The Honolulu Advertiser) for over 26 years, has passed away. Adair, who was 82 years old, died on Monday at his Hawaii Kai home. He had been suffering from cancer. Adair gained notoriety as […]

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Archie Goes to Bollywood

By | Mar 7, 2018 | News

Good news for Archie fans: Archie Comics, in conjunction with Graphic India, have announced a live-action Bollywood adaptation of the “Archie” comics series. Variety reports that Archie in Bollywood will include Archie Comics mainstays like Jughead, Reggie, Betty, Veronica, Moose, and of course, the all-American teenage star of the series, Archie Andrews. According to Archie […]

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