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Miyazaki to Attend NY Opening of "Howl's Moving Castle"

A press release from Disney reveals that director Hayao Miyazaki will be present at the June 6 debut of Howl’s Moving Castle at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. Producer Toshio Suzuki and actors Lauren Bacall, Blythe Danner, Jean Simmons, and Emily Mortimer are also scheduled to attend. (via Nausicaa.net)

"Seal Team Seven" to Make a Splash in July

ComicBookResources.com has interviewed writer M. Zachary Sherman about Seal Team Seven, his upcoming original graphic novel that pits a team of the special forces soldiers against the armies of Atlantis. Among other things, the article reveals the involvement of Justice League Unlimited director Joaquim Dos Santos in the project. Seal Team Seven is scheduled for […]

Allan Gross Talks "Cryptozoo Crew"

Writer Allan Gross has written an article for Comicon.com’s PULSE about Cryptozoo Crew, the all-ages comic book series created by Gross and artist Jerry Carr. The book recounts the adventures of a husband-and-wife team searching the globe for mythical beasts and monsters. A trade paperback of the series is scheduled for July 2005 from NBM […]

Judd Winick Interviewed About "Juniper Lee"

Writer Judd Winick has been interviewed by Newsarama.com about The Life & Times of Juniper Lee, a new series on Cartoon Network. Winick delves into the inspirations for the series and the process of getting a TV show from conception to screen.

"Howl's Moving Castle" Debut Press Release

Nausicaa.net has published the press release for the debut of Howl’s Moving Castle at the El Capitan Theatre in Los Angeles, CA. The movie is scheduled to debut on June 9, 2005; tickets are available by phone at 1-800-DISNEY6 or at the El Capitan Theatre website.

Newsarama Analyzes the New DC

Newsarama.com has investigated recent changes at DC Comics, overtly demonstrated by the change in the logo but marked by restructuring behind the scenes and greater involvement by parent company Time-Warner.

Jerry Siegel & Arnold Drake Win Bill Finger Awards

The first annual Bill Finger Awards for Excellence in Comic Book Writing have been awarded to Jerry Siegel and Arnold Drake. Siegel co-created Superman with Joe Shuster, while Arnold Drake was responsible for creating Deadman and the Doom Patrol.

IDW's Chris Ryall Talks "Transformers"

IDW Editor-in-Chief Chris Ryall has given an extensive interview with Newsarama.com about the company’s plans for the Transformers comics license.

Scott Cohn on Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Comics

Artist Scott Cohn has been interviewed by Comicon.com’s PULSE News about his work with the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles comics from Mirage Studios. Cohn worked on the second season of the new cartoon and has done art for several other Turtles comics over time.

Hasbro Grants Transformers Comic Book License to IDW

The Hasbro Property Group has announced that IDW Publishing has been awarded the license to produce Transformers comics, based on the shapechanging robot toy line. An introductory #0 issue will be available in October 2005, with the regular series launch following in January 2006.

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