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Two all-ages Oni series deliver twists on '80s anime robots and Avatar-like fantasy adventure.
The Mighty Zodiac must gather fallen stars to revive their master and light the world in a thrilling new series from J. Torres & Corin Howell.
Oni Press has announced three new additions to its lineup, and here's a look at the first previews of each one.
Canadian comics creators reunite for a second volume of the homegrown superhero anthology "True Patriot" with incoming creator Jeff Lemire.
Creators behind the anthology "True Patriot" and the new "Captain Canuck" webseries gathered at Fan Expo to discuss the current resurgence of Canadian-based superheroes.
Li'l Jinx started out as a carefree little girl who tortured her father in Archie Comics gag strips. Under the guidance of writer J. Torres, her teenage incarnation is a lot more complicated - and a lot more interesting.
This week, Brigid interviews a Josh Elder about his "Mail Order Ninja" Kickstarter and takes a look at a project on IndieGoGo alongside her regular picks of the most interesting projects on Kickstarter.
Doug Zawisza gives "Aesop's Ark" #1 by J. Torres and Jennifer L. Meyer 5 stars, saying the inaugural Monkeybrain Comics digital issue "has limitless potential for entertainment and enlightenment."
With a long-standing day-and-date policy, a wide range of platforms and digital-only exclusives, Archie Comics is on top of the digital comics game as CEO Jon Goldwater waits for the full promise to pay off.
Dark Horse releases its first “Avatar: The Last Airbender” comic on Free Comic Book Day, followed by a collection of strips. We spoke with editor Dave Marshall about the element-bending comics.
J. Torres spoke with CBR about bringing back classic Archie troublemaker L'il Jinx as a teenager finding her way through high school. The new adventures of Jinx begin in "Life with Archie" #7, on sale in February.
Augie goes back a decade in comics to find "Siren," by J Torres and Tim Levins of "Family Dynamic" fame. Does it hold up today? Also, "Steve Niles' Strange Cases" wraps and Pipeline mourns the end. Plus, a busy week of podcasting!