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NYCC 2015: Dark Horse Announces “Buffy: The High School Years”

by Peter Paltridgeon October 10, 2015
Next year, Dark Horse Comics will be expanding their already-expanded Buffyverse series of comics with a new entry, a string of graphic novel volumes called “Buffy: The High School Years.” This new series will reveal what happened during the time when Buffy first moved to Sunnydale, discovered the horrors of the Hellmouth, and first made […]
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Viewster’s Omakase Anime Subscription Launches With “Kill la Kill” Themed Box

by Grant Whiteon October 7, 2015
Following on from a period of beta testing, Viewster have this week launched their Omakase subscription service to the public. Costing $29 for a bi-monthly subscription and currently available in America, Canada & the UK, the service will offer a specially themed and selected box of anime/Japanese merchandise every two months in addition to ad […]

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ABC Goes Into Damage Control With Marvel

by Alex Beanon October 2, 2015
ABC’s television division has selected Marvel’s comic book series “Damage Control” as a possible candidate for a live-action comedy series next year. Based on Marvel’s comic book series of the same name, the television version follows the travails of the crew who have been given the “privilege” of cleaning up after the exploits of the […]
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See The Flash’s New Season 2 Costume

by Peter Paltridgeon July 20, 2015
When The Flash — which set a CW record for their highest-rated series to date — returns for its Season 2 debut this fall, look for The Flash himself to sport a new costume. Deadline obtained the pictures, and spread them around: Doesn’t look that much different, does it? There’s only so much you can […]

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Bryan Konietzko Announces “Threadworlds”

by Peter Paltridgeon July 7, 2015
You may know Bryan Konietzko and his creative partner Michael Dante DiMartino for the creation of Avatar: The Last Airbender, one of the greatest cartoon shows of all time (this has been proven by science) and its sequel The Legend of Korra, which wrapped up last year. Since then, people have wondered what the pair are […]
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SDCC2015: Dark Horse Comics Producing Dragon Age Comic By Greg Rucka

by Peter Paltridgeon July 6, 2015
Today, Dark Horse let one of their SDCC announcements out early: a new limited series based on a popular game franchise. BioWare’s Dragon Age series of roleplaying games is getting a comic spinoff later this year, and the story is being written by rising legend Greg Rucka. If you’re unfamiliar with Rucka’s work, rectify that […]

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George Romero’s Empire Of The Dead Coming To Life

by Alex Beanon May 21, 2015
George Romero’s 15-issue graphic novel published by Marvel Comics entitled “Empire of the Dead” is slated to get a possible television series. No further announcement was made as to which network would televise the adaptation – where the “Empire of the Dead” is populated by a vampire/zombie mix – or what year it would air […]

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“The Dam Keeper” Graphic Novels Coming from First Second Starting in 2016

by Ed Liuon March 12, 2015
FIRST SECOND BUYS TWO GRAPHIC NOVELS SET IN THE WORLD OF THE OSCAR®-NOMINATED ANIMATED SHORT “THE DAM KEEPER” New York, NY (March 11, 2015) – First Second, an imprint of Macmillan, has preemptively acquired world rights to two graphic novels based on the Oscar®-nominated short, The Dam Keeper from Tonko House founders Robert Kondo and […]
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Lucifer Emerges On Fox In Los Angeles

by Alex Beanon February 19, 2015
“Lucifer” has been given the green light by Fox to run amok in Los Angeles. The DC comic book character was granted a 60-minute pilot episode to pursue the plot line of the title character leaving his underground abode for the sunnier climate of modern-day Los Angeles where he assists the police – sorta – […]