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Tokyopop CEO Stu Levy has responded to "Boys of Summer" creator Chuck Austen's advice to Tokyopop creators to "move on" after their time with the publisher. ROBOT 6 has the details.
Veteran comics pro Chuck Austen has advise for his fellow Tokypop creators who, like him, have been adversely affected by the publisher's refusal to negotiate for the release of properties they created.
A return to comic books as financial investments! Praise for DC's revamped Vibe! ComicsPRO meets in Atlanta! Interviews with Richard Sala, Ivan Brunetti and Tokyopop's Stu Levy! Plus much more!
As Marvel goes cosmic on big screen, Jim Starlin may be staking his claim to Thanos! Tim Marchman interviews Len Wein about "Before Watchmen"! Reclusive Steve Ditko (sort of) profiled! Tokyopop willing to negotiate rights to OGNs!
Dr. Scott Henson, who treated Christopher Reeve after his fall and created "Natural Selection," passes away. Is Tokyopop poised for a comeback? Plus Paul Levitz, Brian Wood and more!
"The Walking Dead" takes seven of Top 10 spots on April bookstore sales chart! This Saturday, it's Free Comic Book Day! More on "Hetalia: Axis Powers" announcement! Plus more!
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.
TokyoPop is now living the future of comics non-publishing! Are trade sales down because on-line sales are up? Free comic! Phototracing! And Augie's 1978 Batman costume!
After months of hardships and changes, the former giant of manga publishing will cease all operations in the U.S. leaving only a Germany-based licensing division and its film division.
During a laid back and casual WonderCon panel, artist Amy Reeder spoke about her career in comics, from her time with Tokyopop to her current work with DC Comics, touching on the "Batwoman" delays and more.
Courtesy of Tokyopop, ROBOT 6 offers an exclusive first look at the cover to the “Priest Purgatory,” a four-part graphic novel that will bridge the gap between the manhwa and the film based on it.
"King City" writer and artist Brandon Graham and editor Troy Lewter spoke with CBR News about the series' new round of issues, switching formats and how else the book has changed since its original run in 2007.
The acclaimed artist behind Image Comics' "The Amazing Joy Buzzards," Dan Hipp concludes his long-delayed Tokyopop series "Gyakushu!" online as he prepares to take on "Ben 10" in February.
Brandon Graham tells CBR News the details on the joint Image/TOKYOPOP continuation of his Eisner-nominated series “King City,” and his ongoing “Multiple Warheads” series.
With her highly acclaimed TOKYOPOP series "Off*Beat" on indefinite hiatus, one cartoonist turns to self-publishing for her new genre-bending project. Jen Lee Quick talks to CBR about "Renascence."
CBR News continues our chat with "PvP" creator Scott Kurtz, touching this time on his remarks about TOKYOPOP, the future of "PvP: The Series," how he got started in webcomics, and what advice he has for up-and-comers.
Lots of stuff this week including what Alex Ross and Barack Obama have in common, the latest Platinum Studios moves, the first batch of rumors from Chicago, Tokyopop not returning rights for creator-owned books and more. UPDATED
There's lots happening in the publishing world this month and Brian Hibbs is here to put it all in perspective. From the problems at Tokyopop and DC to a list of what the direct market needs from a publisher, don't miss this month's TILTING AT WINDMILLS!
Lots of good stuff, including a "Bendis impersonator," possible casting for Gaiman's "Anasasi Boys," more on Platinum Studios' financial situation, an early look at "Hellboy 2: The Golden Army," what Simone & Van Sciver are working on and MUCH more!
Augie looks at comic publishing today in light of last week's TokyoPop contract controversy. He also reviews Dave Sim's "Judenhass," Grant Morrison's "Final Crisis" #1 and finds the parent of the year amidst reviews of baby car seats.
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.