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Rift forms as staff debates future of satire magazine! "Naruto," "Assassination Classroom" among Tezuka Osamu Cultural Prize nominees! Plus more!
Epic Rival have debuted a live-action "Naruto Shippuden" short film called "Dance of War" that sees Tenten and Neji put their skills to the test.
Final volume of "Naruto" tops Japan's weekly sales chart! A look at the pop-culture convention boom! The state of the digital comics market! More!
Masashi Kishimoto talks life after "Naruto"! Color Sunday funnies mark 120th anniversary! Why are today's newspaper comics generally so bad? Plus more!
Masashi Kishimoto's hit ninja manga concludes today! Bill Watterson discusses his Angouleme poster and other projects! A look at superhero resurrections! More!
But what's the clock on "Naruto" website counting down to? Digging into comiXology Submit! Why Seattle should be designated as a City of Literature! Plus much more!
"Naruto," Masashi Kishimoto's bestselling ninja manga, will come to an end next month after a 15-year run.
Hot Toys reveals more "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" figures as Funko unleashes movie-inspired "Guardians of the Galaxy" vinyls.
In the shadow of the Viz booth at Comic-Con, President and CEO Ken Sasaki spoke with CBR about Viz's digital manga venture in "Weekly Shonen Jump" and turning the company around in the post-manga boom market.
"Naruto," Vol. 60, tops BookScan list for February! Paul Levitz talks "75 Years of DC Comics"! Brian Michael Bendis and Steve Wacker on "Guardians of the Galaxy"! Interviews with David Marquez and Juan Ferreyra! Plus more!
"Naruto," "The Walking Dead" lead BookScan chart! Darwyn Cooke announces delay of "Parker: The Martini Edition"! A history of comics renumbering! Robert Kirkman talks Comic-Con! Plus much more!
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."
New information and debate at the ICv2 sponsored panel hits on how "Watchmen" and "Naruto" saved sales in 2008, the impact of digital media on comics and Art Spiegelman's history of comics