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Diamond Distribution and Rabbit Publishers of Chicago, IL have entered into a worldwide distribution agreement. Rabbit publishes two of the highest quality middle grade series, The Amazing Adventures of Harry Moon and The Enchanted World of Honey Moon.
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Lion Forge continues their growth by announcing the upcoming graphic novels to be published under the young adult focused imprint, Roar.
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Vans Warped Tour has announced their partnership with Valiant Entertainment to bring a comic book theme to the annual music festival. Providing the artwork for the tour, Valiant will also be launching a Faith one-shot comic book supporting the non-profit Keep A Breast Foundation during the summer tour.
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Dynamite Entertainment and BOOM! Studios have come together for a limited series crossover event between the world's most famous moody felines: Grumpy Cat and Garfield.
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Dynamite Entertainment is proud to announce that Magnus, the comic book series with futuristic action and cybernetic intrigue, returns with an all-new interpretation of the character in June!
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Image Comics is pleased to reveal the first five of 11 variants planned for March’s 25th anniversary theme month—“Women’s History.”
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2016 brought about several big changes for Lion Forge, including the acquisition of Magnetic Press and the creation of two imprints focused around teen and young readers. Now, Lion Forge welcomes 2017 with more exciting advances!
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After the overwhelming success of comic creators John Jennings and Damian Duffy's graphic novel adaptation of Octavia Butler's Kindred, they have announced another project with Magnetic Press: an expanded reprint version Black Comix, a graphic novel featuring over 100 African-American comic creators.
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Ryan Gosling, Ken Kao and Anonymous Content have announced their movie treatment of Jeff Lemire's best-selling graphic novel, The Underwater Welder.
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The Russo Brothers, of Marvel's Captain America: Winter Soldier, Civil War, and Avengers: Infinity War, are set to produce Valiant Comics' Quantum and Woody television adaptation!
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Co-creator of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend and screenwriter of The Devil Wears Prada teams up with BOOM! Studios to publish a reimagined graphic novel adaptation of Charlotte Brontë’s classic novel Jane Eyre.
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The History Channel in partnership with actor Will Smith and Overbrook Entertainment has announced a tv adaptaion of Max Brooks' fact-based graphic novel the Harlem Hellfighters.
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Octavia Butler's best-selling novel Kindred gets a graphic novel adaptation by Damian Duffy and John Jennings. Following the story of Dana a modern black woman, celebrates her twenty-sixth birthday with her new husband when she is snatched abruptly from her home in California and transported to the antebellum South.
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The premier for Outcast Season 2 will air internationally in April of 2017. The Fox television show is based on Robert Kirkman's graphic novel series, Outcast by Kirckman and Azaceta. Check out the trailer here!
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Marjane Satrapi, known for her best-selling autobiographical graphic novel Persepolis and its respective film adaptation, is set to direct a new movie about Marie Curie.
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In order to help fight illiteracy, an orange park business wner and his partner are hosting a comic book benefit event for local schools.
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During the Children's Book Council Forum held on March 2nd, industry professionals gathered to discuss 2016 children books sales. This review included the unanimous agreement regarding graphic novels for young readers as the "fastest growing" and "best performing category" for children's books.
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The 2017 programming for the MoCCA Arts Festival have been released by the Society of illustrators. The Festival will be held April 1-2 and includes panel discussions focusing on diversity in comics, creating cartoons, underground publications, and more!
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Every year, BookExpo America features a series of "Buzz" panels to discuss the biggest upcoming releases of the year. This year, the Buzz list includes two graphic novels - Spinning and The Witch Boy.
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Look inside to find out the age ratings of the Free Comic Book Day comics offered on May 6, 2017.
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The prestigious LA music venue, Ahmanson Theatre, will be hosting the 2015 Broadway musical adaptation of Alison Bechdel's acclaimed graphic-novel memoir, Fun Home.
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Gene Luen Yang's, the current National Ambassador of Young People's Literature, program Reading Without Walls will launch and become an annual event beginning in April.
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Since its creation, Robert Kirkman's The Walking Dead has become a household name nation-wide. Find out how to bring these zombie fans to your doorstep by hosting your own Walking Dead Viewing Party for the AMC mid-season premier on February 12, 2017.
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Kid's Comic Con is returning to New York for its 11th annual event on Saturday April 22, 2017. Along with this announcement comes the theme for this year's children's outreach program...
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Creators for Creators announced that M. Dean’s project “I Am Young” is the first recipient of the Creators for Creators grant. The fund was founded by Image Comics, Iron Circus Comics and a group of comic creators.
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The GLAAD Media Awards recognizing LGBTQ characters and themes have announced their 28th annual list of nominees, including ten comics for the Outstanding Comic Book Award. The award ceremony will be held on April 1, 2017.
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Announced at the award ceremony held February 18th, Ezra Claytan Daniels' Upgrade Soul was named the winner of the third annual Dwayne McDuffie Award for Diversity in Comics.
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The Japan International MANGA Awards have been announced. This award is given annually by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to Manga artists who have contributed to the promotion of the craft overseas. This year a total of 14 winners were announced, including one gold and three silver.
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The Ghastly Award for Excellence in Horror winners for 2016 have been announced, including IDW's Locke & Key: Small World, and The Sixth Gun Writer, Cullen Bunn.
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The Nerdy Book Club brings back The Nerdies for 2016 with Katherine Sokolowski announcing the Graphic Novel Winners.
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As all good things do, the Angoulême International Comics Festival has come to an end. Relive the thrilling exhibits and award ceremonies here!
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The Horror Writers Association are pleased to announced the 2016 Bram Stoker Awards Final Ballot. The award ceremony will take place during the second annual StokerCon on April 29, 2017.
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The LA Times Book Prize awards have been announced, including five nominations in the graphic novel category as well as March Book Three being nominated for the Young Adult Fiction award.
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The Mavericks Graphic Novels list presented by the Texas Library Association is a recommended reading list developed by public and school librarians with the purpose of encouraging students in grades 6-12 to explore a variety of current books. The current 2017 list is officially live, naming several titles including Faith and Lucky Penny.
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BookShelf presents Comics in Education, a series dedicated to talking with educators about their use of graphic novels in the classroom and the benefits they have had in their curriculum. In this series, BookShelf interviews English professor and Director of Women's and Gender Studies, Colleen Lutz Clemens, of Kutztown University.
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Ashley Kronsberg
BookShelf presents Comics in Education, a series dedicated to talking with educators about their use of graphic novels in the classroom and the benefits they have had in their curriculum. In this series, BookShelf interviews professor and literary researcher, Derek Newman-Stille.
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Ashley Kronsberg
BookShelf presents Comics in Education, a series dedicated to talking with educators about their use of graphic novels in the classroom and the benefits they have had in their curriculum. In this series, BookShelf interviews English professor and Director of Women's and Gender Studies, Rich McNeil, high school social studies teacher in the Special Education department at Massapequa High School.
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Ashley Kronsberg
BookShelf presents Comics in Education, a series dedicated to talking with educators about their use of graphic novels in the classroom and the benefits they have had in their curriculum. In this series, BookShelf interviews English professor Stephen Sohn of UC Riverside.
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Ashley Kronsberg
BookShelf presents Comics in Education, a series dedicated to talking with educators about their use of graphic novels in the classroom and the benefits they have had in their curriculum. In this edition, BookShelf interviews Tim Smyth, a high school social studies teacher and former Social Studies Department Chair.
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Ashley Kronsberg
Domino Swift returns in Image's latest collection MOTOR CRUSH VOLUME 1.
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A dark and dirty Demonic-Noir, told by the award-winning creative team behind The Sixth Gun, The Damned volume 1 is back in print in an all new format and now in color! Read the PREVIEWSworld interview with the creative team inside!
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Gene Yang asks us to go beyond our walls of comfort and try reading something new as he continues his Reading Without Walls platform.
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We interviewed editor Ben Applegate, writer Jody Houser, and colorist Lee Loughridge about the Attack on Titan Free Comic Book Day issue. They tell us about the comparison between comics and manga and what makes Attack on Titan so successful.
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We interviewed Joe Wight, creator of Steam Wars: Strike Leader. He tells us about the space opera and steam punk facets to his comic.
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We interviewed writer Ken Siu-chong and artist Jeffrey “Chamba” Cruz about their Street Fighter comic for Free Comic Book Day. They tell us about their experiences with wrestling and comic books.
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We interview X-O Manowar writer Matt Kindt on why Valiant's Free Comic Book Day title will be one of the most exciting ones yet!
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We interview one of Barbie's writers Sarah Kuhn on why Papercutz Comics' Free Comic Book Day title will be an exciting addition to the collection!
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Diamond has a chat with comic creator Gregg Schigiel on why you'll want to spend one weirdest weekend with Pix, the newest super heroine to come to the rescue!
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Ashley Hurst
In his new book Graphic Novels in Your School Library, out this month from ALA Editions, school librarian Jesse Karp shows how comics can be a great aid for teachers. We spoke with Karp about his book and experiences using graphic novels.
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Teacher, author, and activist William Ayers' discusses To Teach: The Journey in Comics, a graphic novel adaptation of his book on the experiences and philosophies behind teaching.
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When writer Steven Seagle discovered Teddy Kristiansen's Le Carnet Rouge, he wanted to bring the graphic novel to America. But before it could be translated to English, Seagle wrote what he thought was the book's story. Now both versions are offered in Image Comics' The Red Diary/The Re[a]d Diary.
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Andrew Cieslinkski has announced that the tribute books to comic legen Mik Wieringo are now available for order. These limited edition 500-page original graphic novels will be shipped in July and September of 2017.
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The Comic Book Legal Defense Fund (CBLDF) and Gemstone Publishing will vividly illustrate what comics have to offer readers in two distinctive ways on Free Comic Book Day 2017 with a pair of educational titles: Help the CBLDF Defend Comics — FCBD 2017 Edition and FCBD 2017: The Overstreet Guide to Collecting.
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Announcing the full list of comics and merchandise for Free Comic Book Day 2017 with a lineup that features fifty outstanding titles for fans, exclusive t-shirt and poster art, and more!
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In Marguerite Bennett’s Animosity, the "end" is re-imagined as the start of animal activism. In this PREVIEWSworld Exclusive interview, Bennett talks about her new series and how it demonstrates that love can be hard...and vicious.
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Writer Benjamin Percy explains how he always wanted to write Bond and tells you all about the adrenaline-fueled mystery James Bond #1 from Dynamite Entertainment!
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Hermes Press announced their collaboration with Paws, Incorporated to bring the world a new compendium of the the original art for everyone's favorite orange cat - Garfield! The compendium will include classic Garfield daily and Sunday comic strips in their original size, rare unpublished strips, and an introductory essay from Jim Davis.
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For over 50 years, the adventures of Underdog have entertained children of all ages. Now you can relieve your childhood with this cherished charater with American Mythology's Underdog Classics Volume 1.
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The color-crazed carnage continues with Alan Robert’s The Beauty of Horror 2: Ghouliana’s Creepatorium, Another GOREgeous Coloring Book!
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The Three Stooges are back in brand new comic adventures created by generations of writers and artists that grew up on their classic humor. These stories are a wonderful tribute to the legacy of a true American original.
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The first all new Fathom series to debut since Michael Turner introduced the incredible underwater adventure 18 years ago. Fathom Blue Volume 1 collects the entire first Fathom Blue series along with a complete cover gallery.
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Oni Press imprint, Limerence Press, is publishing a hardcover deluxe edition of COlleen Coover's acclaimed Small Favors to be released in April 2017. The deluxe edition will also come with a new story drawn by Coover based on a script from the original series.
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Adult coloring books have taken the industry by storm, helping adults get back to the basics of relaxation. This Valentine's day, make sure you are stocked up on Oni Press' Oh Joy Sex Toy Adult Coloring Book for a colorful, informative, and sexy holiday!
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Jim Rugg’s critically acclaimed and brutally violent series comes to Image Comics with Street Angel After School Kung Fu Special.
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The doctor is always around to help you when your sick. But when that doctor is Doctor Who from the TV series, he can also help you to learn your ABCs!
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In 1975 John Lennon moved to New York City, stopped being a Beatle, and started being a father. Author Cobeyran and illustrator Horne create a story in which we experience Lennon’s therapy sessions as they unfold, full of the allure and mystery befitting the unknown life of a creative giant.
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Image Comics announced that the hit-series REBORN, by Mark Millar and Greg Capullo, will be getting a hardcover edition released in May 2017.
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Hermes Press presents the art collective, These Machines Are Winnning, as its first graphic novel in These Machines Are Winning: Slaves for Gods tied to their music and video releases. This art volume is accompanied by a digital download of original music written and produced by Dylan Silvers that spans across the story and its themes.
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Chipper and Squizzo are back as they explore the new and exciting environment of the wild African Savannah!
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We reveal the exclusive preview of CBLDF's Free Comic Book Day educational comic! See how to defend comics here!
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DC Entertainment announces a Wonder Woman Gold Title and a DC SuperHero Girls Silver Title for Free Comic Book Day 2017!
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Will Eisner, pioneering comic artist and the father of the graphic novel would have been 100 years old this Monday. During his centennial year he is being recognized for his many achievements and for his lasting influence on culture and society.
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Julia Alekeseyeva stumbled upon her grandmother's diary the documented her memories of her life as a Jew in the Soviet Union. NPR's interview with Alekeseyeva dives into the process of transforming these diary entries into a graphic novel.
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In what has been dubbed an "unauthorized adaptation," the iTunes Terms and Conditions document has been turned into a graphic novel. Taking the entire iTunes document, this 100-page graphic novel takes inspiration from several artists in order to bring the legal jargon to life.
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Celebrating 100 years, Will Eisner Week 2017 will be bigger than ever with national and international participation to honor Will Eisner's achievements.
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In 1992, the comic book world found itself in unprecedented territory when Art Spiegelman won the Pulitzer Prize for his stunning Holocaust survival story, Maus. Since that watershed event, the mainstream acceptance of comics and graphic novels has only grown.
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Celebrate this love-able Muppet's birthday with a pre-order of Ape Entertainment's Sesame Street: A Comical Comic Collection!
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Check out all of the latest manga from Viz, Dark Horse, Tokyopop, Yen Press and more in this month's edition of Manga Monthly!
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Get ready for the spring collection of graphic novels being released starting this month, including: Afar from Image Comics, Our Cats Are More Famous Than Us from Oni Press, Britannia from Valiant, and more!
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