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Dog Man Deals with a Skunk and an AI Robot Army
August 10, 2023
In the new story, Dog Man gets sprayed by a skunk and must defend his town against an army of robots with artificial intelligence.
New Young-Readers Manga Debuts in the Top 20
September 12, 2023
The August top 20 includes a new manga for young readers.
Where Are All the Kids At?
November 23, 2002
Tim Davis of Alternate Reality in Chicago, Illinois sent us this well-thought-out and impassioned plea for publishers to produce comics that can be sold to young children.
Including 'Gadguard'
November 3, 2003
Geneon (formerly Pioneer Animation) representatives at the Las Vegas ComicCon have announced the acquisition of North American rights to four new anime series.
To Encourage Young Collectors
December 14, 2003
Inkworks is offering retailers a 'Stocking Stuffer' promotion with the dual intent of providing stores with more 'kid-friendly' items and encouraging more youngsters to collect trading cards.
Column by Steve Benett
October 21, 2008
This week, Bennett talks about the “mini Golden Age revival renaissance that started earlier this year.”
From BEA
June 5, 2009
Here’s the list of graphic novel picks from the “Librarians Hot Fall Graphic Novels” panel at the recently completed BEA.
'Asterios Polyp' Gets Most
April 8, 2010
Comic-Con International has released the nominations for the 22nd Eisner Awards.
Column by Steve Bennett
May 25, 2010
This week, Steve Bennett looks at attempts to revive three older properties: Power Rangers , Dragon Ball , and Looney Tunes .
Grosses Up, Attendance Down
September 5, 2010
The summer movie season is finally over and the final tally is impressive—a record $4.5 billion dollars.
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