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Michael Cho Isn't Really A "Shoplifter"

Acclaimed illustrator Michael Cho discusses his debut graphic novel, a story of a young woman dealing with her destructive impulses and life in the city.

Comics A.M. - Books-A-Million Sees Growth in Graphic Novel Sales

Book chain says "The Walking Dead," manga driving sales increase! What's the economic impact of Salt Lake Comic Con? Alan Moore talks Lovecraft! Plus more!

Atomic Books Comics Preview - August 29, 2014

In the weekly Atomic Books Comics Preview, Benn Ray highlights notable new comics and graphic novels. Benn Ray is the owner of Atomic Books, an independent bookstore in Baltimore. The Mobtown Shank is his blog, and his comic Said...

Graphic Novel Friday: Sci-Fi Summer

There are still a few days of summer to enjoy, and everyone is talking about science fiction and the blockbuster that ruled them all: Guardians of the Galaxy. Heck, we covered the comics, too! If you’ve seen the film and...

The Raunchiest Movie of the Year

4 days agoNews : The Daily Beast

‘Wetlands,’ based on the bestselling German erotic novel of the same name, is the year's dirtiest—and weirdest—movie. (Warning: extremely graphic.)

Comic Riffs’ Michael Cavna to host the National Book Festival’s first-ever Graphic Novel Night (Check this talent lineup)

IN AN OPEN, free Super Session hosted by The Washington Post’s “Comic Riffs” columnist/cartoonist Michael Cavna, such headlining graphic novelists as Jeff Smith and Bryan Lee O’Malley will talk about their art as part of the National Book Festival’s first-ever Graphic Novel Night — at 6 p.m. Show More Summary

Watch a Tokyo Chef Explain the Rules of Eating Sushi

If Anthony Bourdain's 2012 graphic novel taught us anything, it's that diners at high-end sushi counters enter into an unspoken kind of contract the moment they pull up a stool: The chef agrees to prepare an exquisite meal of carefully selected, delicately handled rice and fish, and the customer agrees to not be a total moron. Show More Summary

Rila Fukushima Joins ‘Arrow’, Riley Voelkel Cast In ‘Point Of Honor’

Rila Fukushima (Wolverine) has landed a major recurring role on the hit CW drama Arrow. She will play Tatsu Yamashiro, a character that first appeared in the Green Arrow origin series graphic novels published by DC Comics. She is a Japanese martial arts expert who wields a deadly sword, a blade from which her codename Katana is derived. Show More Summary

Darker, Creepier Trailer For Alex Aja’s ‘Horns’

In addition to the new UK quad shown above, Yahoo! released a much darker trailer for Alex Aja’s Horns, showing that we all have our demons, even Danielle Radcliffe. Based on Joe Hills’ graphic novel of the same name, the film is slated for release on Halloween, October 31. “Blamed for the murder of his […]

?The Pentagon Made A Graphic Novel To Unveil Its Proposed Stealth Tank

6 days agoGenres / Sci Fi : io9

Whenever the U.S. military releases images of its latest badass hardware under development, we usually see futuristic, 3D renderings that look like screenshots from the latest videogames. But a presentation of the proposed Ground X-Vehicle opted for a more stylish, pseudo-anime look. Read more...

Snowpiercer Vol 1: The Escape & Snowpiercer the movie

Snowpiercer Vol 1: The Escape is a comic book (or graphic novel) by Jacques Lob and Jean-Marc Rochette (published in English by Titan Comics). 30 years since the original publication, it is a powerful example of the post-apocalyptic books of the era, depicting our ice-covered world, too cold to support life. The remains of humanity […]


This is a single screenshot for upcoming game Kodoku Chronicles, from Carnivore Studios. It's a graphic novel with a fighting system based on compromise; you can sacrifice life points to better your chances. That's about all we know....Show More Summary

New imagery and release date for The Scribbler, starring Katie Cassidy

We've had our eye on THE SCRIBBLER for quite some time, bringing you a poster for the John Suits-helmed adaptation of the graphic novel of the same name back in November of last year, which we followed up in December with word that the flick had been scooped up by XLrator for a fall 2014 release. Show More Summary

‘The Most Dangerous Game’ Graphic Novel Featured On Kickstarter

6 days agoMedia / Publishing : GalleyCat

James Mascia hopes to raise $2,500 on Kickstarter for his graphic novel project, The Most Dangerous Game. The plot is based on a short story by Richard Connell. The funds will be used to cover the costs of finishing, printing, and marketing the book. Show More Summary

My Dad and I Are Kickstarting a Graphic Novel We Made About Loving America and Dodging the Draft in 1950s Communist Poland

6 days agoNews : Reason

A little bit of self-promotion. I'm running a Kickstarter to fund a print run of my 81-year-old dad's first graphic novel. A few years ago, my dad, Andre Krayewski, a graphic artist and painter, wrote his first novel, Skyliner, a semi-biographical...Show More Summary

?Oh My @#$% The '60s Batman Has A Giant Bat-Robot

last weekGenres / Sci Fi : io9

There's a mountain of great graphic novels and trade paperbacks out this week, and more than a few excellent-looking new-series as well. So I feel kind of bad leading off this week's "Comics We Crave" with Adam West piloting a giant Batman robot, but… Adam West piloting a giant Batman. I'm not made of stone. Read more...

The Comic Book Industry Is On Fire, And It's About More Than Just The Movies

Domestic sales of comics and graphic novels have been rising for years, reaching $870 million last year, up from $265 million in 2000, according to estimates by Comichron’s John Jackson Miller and ICv2’s Milton Griepp. This year could be even hotter, with July breaking all kinds of records for sales since 1997. Show More Summary

The History of Hip-Hop Gets Graphic

A skinny white kid from Pittsburgh has created one of the defining histories of hip-hop in the form of a graphic novel that brings together rappers and comic nerds.

Literary Agent Spotlight: Mark Gottlieb of Trident Media Group

He is seeking: In fiction, he seeks Science Fiction, Fantasy, Young Adult, Comics, Graphic novels, Historical, History, Horror, Literary, Middle Grade, Mystery, Thrillers and New adult. In nonfiction, he seeks Arts, Cinema, Photography,...Show More Summary

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