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Jason Thompson on why the manga industry is in trouble -- and how to save it! Bram Stoker Awards releases preliminary ballot! Jim Rugg interviews Jason Karns! Caleb Melby talks "The Zen of Steve Jobs"! Plus much more!
Vatican newspaper wades into "Tintin in the Congo" debate! Comics by comiXology app to launch with Amazon's Kindle Fire! Viz Media founder reflects on manga boom, future! Plus much more!
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With a stellar creative team and the marketing muscle of Tokyopop behind it, Chuck Austen's "The Boys of Summer" should have been a best-seller. Instead, it's in publishing limbo.
With Tokyopop shutting down its publishing division, ROBOT 6's Brigid Alverson looks back at the impact the publisher, and manga in general, has had on the comics industry.
Despite continuing to add scans through last week, OneManga has kept their word and removed all scanned manga from their site, though they continue to operate as an online reference guide. ROBOT 6 has the details.
ROBOT 6 is reporting that scanlation giant One Manga has informed it's users that they will be removing their scans from the site, though their forums will continue to operate.
Viz Media has announced that a coalition of manga publishers, including Viz, TOKYOPOP and others, have formed a coalition in order to seek legal remedies to to the proliferation of illegal scanlation websites.
Warner Bros is looking to secure the rights of the popular manga series "Bleach" with an eye toward a feature film. In Japan, the series has already spun-off into TV, animated features, and even rock musicals.
Manga artist Torajiro Kishi swims against the current to create an American-style comic in “Devil,” a three-issue Dark Horse miniseries about a mysterious vampire virus. Kishi spoke with us about the series and shared exclusive art.
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.
Manga Publisher TOKYOPOP announced today a major reorganization of their company that sees it split in two with a focus on growing multi-media opportunities, while cutting titles and 39 positions.
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.
Friday at the New York Comic Con, Stan Lee announced "Ultimo," a new manga series from Viz Comics with art by Hiroyuki Takei. The series debuted today in Japan and American publication will follow as soon as possible.