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VIZ Celebrates The Career Of Illustrator And Artist Yoshitaka Amano In New Art Book

Yoshitaka Amano

VIZ Media celebrates the work of one of anime and pop art’s most renowned artists and character designers as it announces the release of YOSHITAKA AMANO: ILLUSTRATIONS on August 19th. Packed with sketches, commentary, and interviews, this beautiful volume offers a concise survey of Amano’s remarkable career to date, featuring selected full-color …

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Moon & Bá’s “Two Brothers” Wins Eisner for Best Adaptation

Two Brothers

Fábio Moon and Gabriel Bá, the Eisner Award–winning and New York Times best-selling duo behind Neil Gaiman’s How to Talk to Girls at Parties, received the Eisner Award for Best Adaptation from Another Medium for their critically acclaimed graphic novel Two Brothers. Twin brothers Omar and Yaqub may share the same features, but they could not …

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Bond Returns To Comics In James Bond: Hammerhead

James Bond: Hammerhead

Andy Diggle — the British writer who redefined Green Arrow at DC Comics, developed the groundbreaking series The Losers at Vertigo, thrilled readers with an incredible Daredevil run at Marvel, and scripted the critically acclaimed Dynamite tale of international intrigue, Uncanny –now lends his skills to the original international man of mystery in James Bond: Hammerhead, a …

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Dynamite To Produce Nancy Drew And The Hardy Boys Comic Books And Graphic Novels

Hardy Boys

Dynamite Entertainment further stakes claim to its reputation as the industry’s leading publisher of licensed comics with news today of an exclusive arrangement with Simon & Schuster to bring the beloved characters Nancy Drew and The Hardy Boys to comics with all-new adventures! For almost 90 years, the adolescent crime-solving adventures of The Hardy Boys and Nancy …

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Dark Horse publishes collection of Kristen Gudsnuk’s “Henchgirl”

Henchgirl

Dark Horse announced the trade publication of the Henchgirlcollection from Kristen Gudsnuk. Henchgirl is a unique series that subverts the typical superhero trope by telling the story from the perspective of a villain. Originally published by Scout Comics, Henchgirl depicts the complexities of Mary Posa’s life. The daughter of Crepe City’s most famous superhero couple, …

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Justin Jordan Deploys for Call of Duty: Zombies Comic Book Series

Call of Duty: Zombies

Dark Horse Comics, Activision Publishing, Inc., and award-winning game development studio, Treyarch have teamed up to deliver Call of Duty: Zombies, a comic book series of undead proportions, written by comics superstar Justin Jordan (Green Lantern: New Guardians), and illustrated by Jonathan Wayshak (Devolution), with story by Zombies Director, Jason Blundell …

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Soupy Leaves Home And Comes To Dark Horse

Soupy Leaves Home

Dark Horse announced the launch of the original graphic novel Soupy Leaves Home, written by Eisner nominee Cecil Castellucci (The P.L.A.I.N. Janes, Janes in Love) and illustrated by Jose Pimienta (The Leg, From Scratch). The graphic novel follows Pearl “Soupy” Plankette, a young girl who runs away from home to escape her abusive …

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The Nightmare Reborn in “The Art of Gears of War 4”

Art Of Gears Of War

This winter, Dark Horse will deliver a stunning new art book for one of the most acclaimed video game franchises in history with The Art of Gears of War 4! Upon its release, the original Gears of War revolutionized third-person-shooter games with a combination of gorgeous environments, iconic characters, and brutal action. Now, almost …

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