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Archie Once Wanted To Make A Metroid Comic

by Peter Paltridgeon June 1, 2017
At the moment, Archie Comics’ long-running Sonic the Hedgehog comic is on hiatus for unknown and unexplained reasons. A few years ago, though, the company looked into expanding its video-game-inspired line beyond just Sonic. Artist Steven Butler, who has illustrated issues of Sonic the Hedgehog, revealed some concept art to the Web today that depicted […]
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Read The First Few Pages From Dark Horse’s Korra Comic

by Peter Paltridgeon February 15, 2017
Korrasami begins here: Dark Horse has released a three-page preview of their upcoming Legend of Korra comic book. The pages were published by Entertainment Weekly this afternoon. This is perhaps the most anticipated Avatar-verse comic yet, as it reveals exactly what happened after the final scene in the series, when Korra and Asami entered the […]

Ask Comics About Their Feminist Acceptance

by Peter Paltridgeon October 26, 2016
Chelsea Cain, former columnist for The Oregonian and best-selling novel writer, has been trying her hand at the comics industry for the past eight months, penning the scripts for a new series based around the SHIELD spy Mockingbird. Unfortunately it only lived eight issues, and the eighth and final one was just released. Critics loved […]
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Darwyn Cooke Passes Away At The Age Of 53

by Peter Paltridgeon May 14, 2016
Yesterday we reported that celebrated comic artist Darwyn Cooke had gone into palliative care following an advanced and aggressive stage of cancer. Unfortunately, those cells had him by the throat and he did not last another 24 hours. “We regret to inform you that Darwyn lost his battle with cancer early this morning at 1:30 […]

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Believe It Or Not, A New Chapter Of “Bone” Is Coming Out

by Peter Paltridgeon May 4, 2016
Jeff Smith’s legendary comic book epic “Bone” was pretty straightforward, with a beginning, middle and end, though the story took over a decade to illustrate to completion (and it’s taking significantly longer to manifest as a movie). The comic ended in the late 2000’s. Now, suddenly, surprise — there’s another chapter. Called “Bone: Coda,” it’s […]

Next Omakase Box Takes To The Stage With Vocaloid Characters

by Grant Whiteon February 3, 2016
Following on from entries covering Kill la Kill and Naruto, the third merchandise box in Viewster’s bi-monthly subscription service will focus on the cast of the Vocaloid games/multi-media franchise. Shipping March 25th the next Omakase box will include a range of exclusive merchandise focussed around popular characters including Hatsune Miku and Megurine Luka. This includes […]

The CW Picks Up Riverdale For Pilot

by Alex Beanon January 30, 2016
The CW network has picked up “Riverdale” for a pilot episode this year and potential series next year. “Riverdale” – the hometown of the iconic “Archie” comic book series – is set in the present day and based on the Archie Comics characters, primarily Archie, Betty, Veronica, Jughead and their friends, who explore small town […]

DC Publishing New Reinventions Of Classic Hanna-Barbera Characters

by Peter Paltridgeon January 28, 2016
Look out, cartoon traditionalists: DC is about to revise and revamp the most beloved cartoons of the Baby Boomer generation for the 21st century. The results have been published by Entertainment Weekly, and……If there was ever a time for George Takei to walk into the room and utter his deepest, bellowing “Oh MYYYYYYY,” it’s now. […]

MCM Comic Con Continues EU Expansion In 2016 With Hannover And Brussels Events

by Grant Whiteon January 27, 2016
With their London event standing as the world’s current third largest comic convention and similar events being held across the UK, MCM have announced their continued expansion into continental Europe with two new events. Already hosting events in Stockholm and Malmo, MCM Hannover Comic Con will be hosted 4th-5th June at Hannover Messe and MCM […]

Viewster Offering Omakase Subscription With Bonus Entry To Otakon 2016 Convention

by Grant Whiteon January 13, 2016
Viewster are currently taking subscription orders for their second Omakase box, themed around Naruto. But for a limited time not only will subscribers receive all the perks of a standard Omakase subscription including a box of exclusive merchandise and exclusive digital content, they’ll also receive free entry to Otakon 2016. Simply take out a subscription […]