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ECCC 2015: Oni Announces Slate of New Titles (and Some Returning Favorites)

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Celebrating March Madness (which is some kind of seasonal daze inflicted on America by either baseball or basketball or one of those other strange sports you all seem to love so much), Oni Press filled the week leading up to this past weekend's Emerald City Comic-Con with a series of big announcements, including the previously-reported news that the publisher is opening up submissions to everyone, and no less than seven new projects from a host of impressive creative teams. To help you pick a few winners (that's what March Madness means, right?) we've rounded up all the announcements in one place.

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Check Out Wacom’s First Comic Featuring New Work By Ming Doyle, Meredith Gran, Ulises Farinas And More

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Available for free right now is Pressure/Sensitivity, the very cleverly titled inaugural anthology project produced by Wacom. The book is a natural step for Wacom to make, as makers of the tablet technology used by an increasing number of comic book artists to create their work. Because Pressure/Sensitivity: An Awesome Comics Anthology is edited by former ComicsAlliance editor Caleb Goellner (currently Wacom's Social Marketing Specialist), it comes as no surprise that the book is populated by contributors well known to CA readers for their distinctive styles and technical prowess: Ben Sears, Giannis Milonogiannis, Ming Doyle, Meredith Gran & Mike Holmes, and Ulises Farinas & Ryan Hill.

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It’s a Biker Gang Beatdown In ‘Judge Dredd: Mega-City Two’ #2 [Preview]

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If catching Dredd cringe through traffic jams trapped in a civilian-grade car and dispatching perps with hilariously-nonlethal weaponry was your cup of tea in Judge Dredd: Mega-City Two #1 last month, you'll be pleased to know the ultimate comic book character culture-shock continues this week in issue #2 by writer Douglas Wolk, artist Ulises Farinas and colorist Ryan Hill. This time around Dredd's finally gotten his hands on a proper bike, but at the cost of going deep undercover to infiltrate some surprisingly talented biker gangs in the name of solid reality television. Oh, and justice?

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Link Ink: The ‘Batman: Arkham City’ Wrap Party, Custom Robot Toys and a ‘Doctor Who’ Movie?

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Gaming: Rocksteady senior animator Simon Warwick chronicles the company's Batman: Arkham City wrap party, which included a visit to the team's inspiration for Wayne Manor lit by a Bat-Signal -- not to mention go-karts!

Movies: According to Variety, multiple Harry Potter movie director David Yates has a Doctor Who feature film in the works.

Toys: If you're looking for deals on Mattel's MattyCollector DC toy

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‘Mayhem at the Manor’ Is a Panoramic Map of Batman’s Greatest Adventure [Exclusive]

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If you've been following Les McClaine's blog -- and you should be -- then you already know that over the past two months, the artist of The Middleman and The Tick has been doing something amazing. In an incredible panoramic piece of art called Mayhem at the Manor, McClaine has been telling

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