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Welcoming the Japanese prime minister to the White House, President Obama offered America's thanks for karaoke, karate, anime, manga and emojis.
Siegel talks 2014 and 2015, library market and more! A look at anime, manga and Japan's child porn laws! Nick Spencer on "Ant-Man"! Plus more!
DC co-publishers talk about state of market, growing female readership! Digital distributor iVerse to relaunch! U.K. man convicted for illegal manga, anime images!
Man gets jail time for watching "hentai" featuring underage characters! Dublin International Comic Expo spotlights harassment policy! This weekend, it's SPX!
Japanese government joins with anime and manga companies! Examining the new Thor, and female readership! Interviews with Rutu Modan and Box Brown! Plus more!
At Comic-Con International the Viz Media staff announced new additions to the "Shonen Jump Alpha" lineup, a Street Fighter/Hello Kitty crossover and more news about its 24/7 anime channel, Neon Alley.
Classic '60s cyborg superhero manga series "Cyborg 009" gets an American facelift from Archaia, and writer/producer F.J. DeSanto explains how he's keeping the series core while turning visuals over to Marcus To.
The "Iron Man" anime doesn't premiere on G4 until next summer, but fans were treated to a glimpse, as well as other Marvel anime efforts at the New York Comic Con, and CBR News has all the details.
Madhouse, the acclaimed anime studio behind "Death Note," "Paprika" and segments of "Batman: Gotham Knight," is producing 22 episodes that cover the first two seasons of the live-action CW series "Supernatural."
Author Eric Nash chronicles a lost performance art form that was used to entertain children, convey news during World War II, and went on to influence the shape of comics in Japan. CBR News spoke with the author about his book.
Speed Racer star Matthew Fox talks to CBR News about his role in the upcoming Wachowski Brothers adaptation of the classic anime, and offers some tidbits on Lost's season finale.
The US manga giant, TOKYOPOP, had their NYCC panel on Sunday where they made several news announcements and showed the crowd samples of their original manga, imports, licensed goods and more.