Manga, Kids, Author and Superhero
December 21, 2021
Prepared exclusively for our Pro subscribers, this chart of the ICv2 Top 10 Graphic Novel Franchises in four categories reflects sales in all trade channels for Summer 2021.
We Laughed, We Cried, We Bombarded Our Friends with Trivia
December 29, 2021
Our list of favorite kids graphic novels includes humor, pathos, and some fun facts.
Kodansha Announces New Manga Licenses at Anime Expo
July 6, 2022
Kodansha Comics announced its new manga acquisitions at Anime Expo.
'Stranger Things', 'Dog Man', 'Enola Holmes', and More!
October 24, 2022
This year's top picks include Stranger Things and Enola Holmes omnibuses and a boxed set of all the Dog Man graphic novels.
DBZ and Yu Yu Hakusho
August 6, 2002
Viz Communications has announced its lineup for the American edition of Shonen Jump and there is a strong TV connection evident in the choice of material for the magazine, which makes sense given Viz's goal of attaining mass market success with a circulation of one million in two years.
Mezco Has Osbournes License
August 10, 2002
Mezco Toys, the collector-oriented toy company responsible for Reservoir Dogs and Austin Powers action figures, has just signed a license to produce 18-inch and under articulated figures of the Osbourne family.
Jamie Boardman Will Oversee 2000 AD Props
February 24, 2003
Rebellion has named Jamie Boardman as the editor for its line of graphic novels that will feature characters and comics from 2000 AD.
Scheduling Hurt Us
July 6, 2004
John Riley of Grasshopper's Comics in Williston Park, Long Island (in business since 1992) found that the date made this year's Free Comic Book Day a tougher sell.
December 15, 2004
Platinum Studios is working with Relativity Management and The Shop Animation Studios to produce a CGI-feature animated film based on Italian comic property Dylan Dog.
May 15, 2005
Go! Comi, a new manga publisher owned by TV producer/writer David Wise, announced four October launches at this weekend's Anime Central show in Rosemont, Illinois.