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Tokyopop Founder Stuart Levy Interviewed

AnimeNewsNetwork has posted a brief interview with Tokyopop founder Stuart Levy. Topics range from Levy’s move from law to publishing, the Tokyopop products that hold a special place in his heart, and what he does in his spare time.

Mark Powers on "G.I. Joe" Comic Book Franchise

ComicBookResources.com has spoken to Devil’s Due Publishing editor Mark Powers about the future of the G.I. Joe comic book franchise. Powers discusses the shakeups currently underway in the battle between G.I. Joe and Cobra, the ‘G.I. Joe Arashikage Showdown’ manga-sized graphic novel, and the upcoming G.I. Joe: America’s Elite #0 relaunch by Joe Casey and […]

Joe Kelly & Ariel Olivetti talk "Space Ghost" Comics

Joe Kelly and Ariel Olivetti have spoken to Comicon.com’s PULSE News about their Space Ghost comic book mini-series being published by DC Comics. The creative team is already talking about a Space Ghost sequel, and writer Kelly is at work on two more Hanna-Barbera properties in addition to an original show for Cartoon Network.

Philadelphia Weekly Press Examines "Ex Machina," "DC: The New Frontier"

Philadelphia’s Weekly Press has published an article that keenly analyzes two recent comic-books: Ex Machina by Brian K. Vaughan and Tony Harris and DC: The New Frontier by Darwyn Cooke. Ex Machina is an on-going series that centers on a superhero who becomes mayor of New York City, while DC: The New Frontier was a […]

Steve Englehart Interviewed about Batman, "Dark Detective" Mini-Series

Writer Steve Englehart has been interviewed by Comicon.com’s PULSE News about his iconic take on Batman originally published in the 1970′s. Englehart also answers questions about his upcoming mini-series Batman: Dark Detective, which promises a gubernatorial run by the Joker and the return of Silver St. Cloud, one of Batman’s most enduring romantic foils.

Stan Sakai Talks "Usagi Yojimbo"

UGO.com has posted an interview with writer/artist Stan Sakai, creator of Usagi Yojimbo and letterer for Mark Evanier and Sergio Aragones’ Groo the Wanderer and Stan Lee’s Spider-Man daily newspaper comic strip. In addition to his comic book published by Dark Horse, Sakai’s ronin rabbit has appeared in the animated adventures of the Teenage Mutant […]

Dan Slott Talks Spider-Man/Human Torch

Dan Slott is one of the funniest men in comics. After recieveing rave reviews in his SHE HULK comic, Slott once again teamed up with long time collaberator Ty Templeton, of Batman Adventures fame, to pen Spider-Man/Human Torch. With both #1 and #2 of the 5 issue mini series now availble, Toon Zone News decided […]

Newsarama Digs Into Superman Copyright Claim by Siegel Estate

Newsarama.com has posted an update to the battle over copyright to Superboy between the estate of Jerry Siegel, co-creator of Superman with Joe Shuster, and Time-Warner, parent company of DC Comics. In addition to linking to the text of the Siegel’s complaints and Time-Warner’s repsonse and counterclaim, Newsarama notes that the Siegel estate has retained […]

Marvel Previews "Runaways" #2, "Livewires" #2, "Spellbinders" #1

Marvel has released 7-page previews for Runaways Vol 2 #2 by Brian K. Vaughan and Adrian Alphona; Livewires #2 by Adam Warren and Rick Mays; and Spellbinders #1 by Mike Carey and Mike Perkins. All three titles are scheduled for release on March 23.

Best of Nick Mag Comics Special on Newsstands Now

A press release from Nickelodeon has announced The Best of Nickelodeon Magazine Special All-Comics Issue, a 58-page special containing the best comics from Nickelodeon’s magazines for the past 11 years. The issue contains contributions from Scott McCloud (Superman Adventures), James Kolchaka, Johnny Ryan, Craig Thompson, and Andi Watson. Comicon.com’s the Beat weblog has a complete […]

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