GIANT-SIZE X-POSITION: Lemire Launches "Extraordinary X-Men" - Part 1
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“The Fault in Our Stars” actor will play a student who finds a deadly supernatural notebook in director Adam Wingard's adaptation of the hit manga.
Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata, who created "Death Note" and "Bakuman," will launch "Platinum End" in November.
Chinese "Death Note" fans search for ways to skirt the rules! Female creators score big with crowdfunding! Ken Levin talks 1First Comics! Plus more!
U.S. streaming site Crunchyroll will simulcast the new live-action “Death Note” television series for international audiences.
The Connecticut State Police are investigating a seventh-grader who allegedly created a "Death Note"-inspired booklet containing the names of classmates.
"Attack on Titan," "Death Note" and "Black Butler" are on a list of manga and anime designated as “severely improper content” and banned within the country.
Wingard is on board to direct the film, based on a Japanese manga where a student discovers a book that kills anyone whose name is written in it.
On his first North American visit, Takeshi Obata, the artist of "Hikaru No Go," "Death Note" & "Bakuman," spoke with CBR about bringing his stories to life.
Jerry Robinson's cover art for "Detective Comics" #67 expected to fetch $300,000! Stan Lee inks deal with Michael Eisner! "Death Note" named best "Shonen Jump" manga of 2000s! Plus much more!
Yesterday's rumor looks to step up to today's headline as the "Lethal Weapon" creator and "Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang" director Shane Black is reportedly in final negiciation's to direct Marvel "Iron Man 3" for pal Robert Downey Jr.
Writer/Director Shane Black is in "contention" to helm the third "Iron Man" film. The director's slot has been vacant since "Iron Man" and "Iron Man 2" director Jon Favreau stepped away late last year.
"Spider-Man" and "Captain America" costumes revealed! Shane Black to helm U.S. version of "Death Note! Also, Jennifer Lawrence on "First Class," Nicholas Cage lands in Turkey and more.
Director Shane Black has reportedly signed on to direct Warner Bros. planned live-action adaptation based on the enormously popular Japanese anime and manga series "Death Note."
Viz Media, the minds responsible for bringing "Naruto" and "Bleach" to the United States came to Comic-Con International on Saturday to discuss all things new and upcoming for "Shonen Jump."