Given the explosion of anime and manga since the '60s, it's fair to say a lot of American otaku celebrate their nation's relationship with Japan on a regular basis with their entertainment dollars. This exchange is owed, in part, to the the US and Japan's political and military alliance, which one manga publisher is set to celebrate starting today with a new manga (we were hoping for giant robots, but kids will do)
If you haven't heard about "Tea Party Comix" -- a series of self-published comics purportedly made by a Tea Party supporter, filled with inflammatory racial imagery and bizarre superhero parodies -- then consider yourself lucky. But
Way back in aught-six, legendary creator Frank Miller announced to Nerdom that his next Batman project for DC Comics would find the Caped Crusader taking on the very real threat of Al Qaeda in a visceral, 120 page graphic novel titled "Holy Terror, Batman!." Cut to today -
With news breaking out of this year's San Diego Comic-Con that Peter David will be penning scripts for an all-new "Young Justice" animated series on Cartoon Network, it should come as no surprise that the folks over at DC would be gearing up a new "Young Justice" monthly comic to expand on the series' unique universe -- and that's exactly what the publisher is doing.
According to a report pubbed yesterday at Newsarama, DC has announced that the Eisner winning duo of Art Baltazar and Franco
It's been a little over a year since we've heard anything regarding a "Dead@17" adaptation -- the latest scuttlebutt pointing at Mike Dougherty ("Trick R Treat") being pegged to write a script and Vanessa Hudgens starring as the series main character, Nara Kilday
Judging by what we've seen so far from the game, it's pretty clear that Activision/Beenox's "Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions" will be unlike any Spider-Man video game ever produced -- from the different versions of the character, to the totally unique environments, to the groundbreaking gameplay
Most casual comic fans are stoked about DC/Warner Bros. upcoming "Green Lantern" feature film, but the hardcore fans are already looking forward to the merchandise -- in other words, when are we getting action figures, assorted gear and, the mother of all tie-ins, the video game?
Well, the wait -- and it was certainly a short one at that -- is over, Lantern fans, as DC and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment have announced the first ever Green Lantern video game, "Green La
As anyone who's been to the Big Show knows, San Diego Comic-Con is the destination to see what's gonna be ripping cash from your wallet in the coming year -- that is, when you can actually see it. After all, with