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Courtesy of various publishers, Diamond BookShelf presents exclusive first-looks at upcoming and best-selling graphic novels. See all available preview pages here!
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Diving deeper into the creation of some of the comics industry's best-selling titles, check out these exclusive interviews with comic creators courtesy of Diamond BookShelf and PREVIEWSworld.
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The top 100 best-selling graphic novels in bookstores nationwide has been released.
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Announcing the full list of comics for Halloween ComicFest 2018, with a lineup featuring 34 outstanding titles for fans! See all the HCF 2018 Full Size and Mini Comics now!
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Publisher of “Comics for Everyone” joins the efforts of the industry’s premier free speech organization!
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Rabbit Publishers has introduced its Kids Read One program to over eighty thousand schools across America.
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Check inside for our roundup of all the news and announcements made at Comic-Con International: San Diego 2018 that you can share with your customers to get them excited about upcoming series and projects! Check back for updates as the convention progresses!
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Through his vision and profound innovation of the art form, Will Eisner set the stage for the current crop of comic creators looking to push the boundaries of graphic storytelling and contemporary culture.
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Illya Kowalchuk and Dr. Katie Monnin
Random House Graphic will release its first books in fall 2019 under Gagliano, a longtime member of the staff of First Second Books.
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The Harvey Awards revealed its 2018 winners at a gala marking the 30th anniversary of the prestigious comic book awards show and a return to New York City.
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Comic-Con International is proud to announce the winners for the Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards 2018. Creators and works in 31 categories reflect the wide range of material being published in the U.S. today in comics and graphic novel form!
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The Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA) has released this year's list of recommended graphic novels and illustrated nonfiction for those ages 12-18. See the full list, plus descriptions of the Top Ten books here.
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Sponsored by Penn State University Libraries, the 2018 Lynd Ward Prize for Graphic Novel of the Year has been awarded to Emil Ferris' My Favorite Thing Is Monsters from Fantagraphics Books.
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Presented at Long Beach Comic Expo, Leon: Protector of the Playground was named the 2018 Dwayne McDuffie Award for Diversity recipient.
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Released in their State of America's Libraries Report 2018, the American Library Association has named the top ten most challenged books of 2017 based on data collected throughout the year.
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The Children's and Young Adult Blogger's Literary Awards (CYBILs) have announced the winners for 2017 for all categories including Elementary/Middle Grade Graphic Novels and Young Adult Graphic Novels.
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Gregg Schigiel's Pix: Too Super For School, took home two Kids' Comics Awards. Pix is a teenage superhero who believes herself a fairy princess.
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The Children's Book Committee has released their Best Books of the Year list, a comprehensive annotated book lists for children, aged infant-16.
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Presented during the L.A. Times Festival of Books, the awards recognized 11 literary works published in the last year by veteran and emerging authors.
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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 2018 list is officially live, naming several titles including Ocean of Secrets from Tokyopop and Motor Crush from Image Comics. See the full list here!
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Barrier will be available in print for the first time, exclusively from Image Comics.
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As revealed via EON Productions and MGM, the 25th James Bond film will be released on October 25, 2019 in the U.K. with the U.S. release set for the following month on November 8.
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Image's new horror title Infidel has been optioned by TriStar Pictures, according to an exclusive report by The Hollywood Reporter.
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Image Comics’ Skyward gained significant altitude when Variety announced that the series by Joe Henderson & Lee Garbett would be made into a film by Rampage director Brad Peyton.
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The fan-favorite Avnegers veteran will join Jamie Foxx in the Todd-McFarlane-directed adaptation, according to the July 9 edition of Deadline.
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Based on the comic survival story by Marguerite Bennett and Rafael de Latorre, Legendary Entertainment has acquired film rights to Animosity.
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Deadline reported exclusively on July 31 that Ron Wimberly’s Prince of Cats has been acquired by Legendary for a feature film starring actor Lakeith Stanfield.
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Michelle MacLaren (Breaking Bad Game of Thrones) has been revealed to helm the theatrical adaptation of Image Comics' Cowboy Ninja Viking, starring Chris Pratt (Guardians of the Galaxy).
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Variety and multiple sources report that Netflix has announced the development of TV series based on Mark Millar’s American Jesus and Jupiter’s Legacy, plus three other properties.
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A.J. Lieberman & Riley Rossmo’s Cowboy Ninja Viking won’t swagger onto movie screens alone as Quantico’s Priyanka Chopra will join Chris Pratt on the Universal adaptation of the Image Comics hit, according to the July 30 edition of The Hollywood Reporter.
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Variety and multiple sources reported on June 28 that Sony Pictures will develop Valiant Entertainment’s Faith as a feature film.
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Syfy has released a first look for Deadly Class, based on Image Comics’ acclaimed bestselling series, announced in April for a 2019 debut.
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The film is in development and will be adapted by the writers behind the Despicable Me movies.
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Aperture Entertainment has optioned Upgrade Soul, a graphic novel written and illustrated by Ezra Claytan Daniels.
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The March 8 edition of Deadline reported that Vin Diesel has been signed by Sony Pictures for the lead role in its adaptation of Valiant Entertainment’s hit series.
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VIZ Media proudly announces that it has secured the master license for the second season of the smash hit anime action series, ONE-PUNCH MAN.
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According to the October 10 edition of The Hollywood Reporter, Robert Kirkman’s Skybound Entertainment is launching a new TV-focused venture with Sony Pictures TV.
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