Part Ghost in the Shell, part Metropolis, Archaia showcases a new voice in comics that bridges East and West with Giannis Milonogiannis’s debut print title, Old City Blues.Read More
Scott Pilgrim author Bryan Lee O’Malley’s powerful hilarious but poignant graphic novel Seconds was released today, and we’ve got an exclusive excerpt to share with you!
Katie’s got it pretty good. She’s a talented young chef, she runs a successful restaurant, and she has big plans to open an even better one. Then, all at [...]
Thirty year-old Canadian artist Emily Carroll rocketed to internet fandom when her short horror story “His Face All Red”went viral back in 2012. Haunting and subtle, “His Face All Red” was a different kind of werewolf story to the blood-spattered savagery some readers may have expected. Carroll’s wicked little tale was seemingly inspired more by [...]Read More
It’s time for New Year’s resolutions. If you haven’t considered it before, try expanding your manga horizons as one of yours. As it so happens, Anomal is a great place to start.Read More
Starting last week and continuing through December, Boom! Studios will add their entire back catalog of comics to Comixology.Read More
This week Titan Comics releases Marada the She-Wolf: a deluxe volume chronicling the adventures of a silver-haired swordswoman whose wits and weapon skills are the match of any man or supernatural horror.
First appearing in 1982 in Epic Comics #10, Marada the She-Wolf was a swordswoman not unlike Red Sonja, he not-quite canon female counterpart [...]
Beau L’Amour, Kathy Nolan and Charles Santino are the creative team behind Law of the Desert Born, a graphic novel adaptation of an original story by Beau’s father, legendary Western writer Louis L’Amour. We recently spoke about how moral ambiguity in storytelling and more in this short interview.
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Sunny, with a chance of dismemberment – it’s UQ Holder!Read More
For anyone who’s a fan of dimension-hopping or time-hopping stories — but perhaps outgrew Fushigi Yugi or was left annoyed at the physics of The Notebook — these last volumes of Thermae Romae will be perfect for you.Read More