Fans will finally be able to meet Holo and Kraft through the Spice and Wolf VR anime set to release on Jun. 3! Originally scheduled for an Apr. 2019 release, the VR anime is the latest instalment in the Spice and Wolf franchise, which began with Isuna Hasekura’s light novel series of the same name.
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Monkey Punch (Katou Kazuhiko), the author of Lupin III, has passed away at the age of 81. Best known for creating the legendary gentleman thief character Arsène Lupin, Katou was born in Hamanaka, Hokkaido in 1937. In 1967, Lupin III began serialization in Weekly Manga Action and went on to receive numerous adaptations, including TV
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Credit: Marvel Comics Credit: Ashley Witter (Marvel Comics) Marvel Comics’ X-23 is absent from the company’s recently-released July 2019 solicitations, as well as the June 2019 solicitations – leading some to believe that the series could be ending with May’s X-23 #12. While Marvel has not provided a response to Newsarama’s query, historically a two-month
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Credit: Valiant Entertainment KILLERS #1 (of 4)Written by B. CLAY MOOREArt by FERNANDO DAGNINOCover A by JONBOY MEYERSCover B by DIEGO BERNARDCover C by KEN LASHLEYPre-Order Edition Cover by WHILCE PORTACIOBlank Cover Also AvailableFive deadly assassins are recruited into a game of cat and mouse by their former sensei, the mysterious Jonin!But what does the
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Credit: Skan (Marvel Comics) Credit: Skan (Marvel Comics) This July, writer Ethan Sacks and artist Diogenes Neves will create Wolverine & Captain America: Weapon Plus #1, a one-shot that explores the secret connection between the Super Soldier program that created Captain America, and the Weapon Plus program that built Wolverine. The connection between Wolverine and
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Credit: Marvel Comics Editor’s Note: For a handy flip through all of the single issue covers, check out out gallery here. MARVELS EPILOGUE #1Kurt Busiek & Alex Ross (W) • Alex Ross (A/C)SKETCH VARIANT COVER BY ALEX ROSSVARIANT COVER BY DAVE JOHNSONVARIANT COVER BY RON LIMVARIANT COVER BY SKOTTIE YOUNGVARIANT COVER BY FRED HEMBECKHIDDEN GEM
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Credit: Image Comics SEA OF STARS #1WRITER: JASON AARON & DENNIS HALLUMARTIST / COVER A: STEPHEN GREENCOVER B: MIKE MIGNOLAJULY 3 / 32 PAGES / FC / T / $3.99SERIES PREMIERE“LOST IN THE WILDS OF HEAVEN,” Part OneBeing a space trucker sounds like a cool job, but in reality, it can be boring as hell.
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Credit: Marvel Studios Thor: Ragnarok actor Tessa Thompson, who played Valkyrie in the film, says that talks have taken place for a fourth Thor movie, with director Taika Waititi discussed to return. “I heard that a pitch has happened for [another Thor film],” Thompson told the L.A. Times, qualifying her own statement. “I don’t know how real
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Credit: David Peterson (BOOM! Studios) 20th Century Fox’s motion capture adaptation of David Petersen’s Mouse Guard has been canceled by Disney who acquired the rights to the project as part of its purchase of Fox assets, according to Deadline. The filmmakers are reportedly shopping the film to other possible studios, including Netflix. According to the Hollywood trade, Disney
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Credit: Fox Fox has passed on a new season of the X-Men-ish TV drama The Gifted, according to Deadline. The show’s second season ended back in February with what Fox described then as the “season finale” (as opposed to a series finale), and was produced by 20th Century Fox TV – which was part of
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Credit: DC Get your first look at DC Universe’s Swamp Thing in this new “reveal” video released by DC. Take a look: [embedded content] This comes just hours after reports surfaced of troubles on the Swamp Thing set. Swamp Thing is scheduled to debut May 31 on the DC Universe streaming service.
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John Cena Credit: Kathy Hutchins / Shutterstock.com Wrestler and actor John Cena is reportedly in talks to join the cast of writer/director James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad, according to Variety. The role Cena is reportedly in talks for has not been revealed. The cast already includes Margot Robbie, reprising her role as Harley Quinn, and Idris Elba,
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Credit: Boris Pelcer (BOOM! Studios) Credit: Boris Pelcer (BOOM! Studios) More details about BOOM! Studios’ surprise launch of a new Angel ongoing title have been revealed in the company’s letter to retailers. The series, which was announced just one week ago, debuted Wednesday. “Welcome to the very first issue of our new Angel monthly comic
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Credit: DC Production on DC Universe’s Swamp Thing has unexpectedly shutdown as the show will be shortened, according to Wilmington, North Carolina’s Star-News newspaper. According to several unnamed “sources within the local industry,” Warner Bros. Television suspended work on the show Tuesday, April 16 and said the show was being re-written to end with episode
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Alison Pill Credit: Kathy Hutchins / Shutterstock.com Harry Treadaway Credit: Featureflash Photo Agency / Shutterstock.com CBS All Access’ still-untitled Jean-Luc Picard-centric Star Trek spin-off series has added three actors in regular roles, via Deadline. Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World actor Alison Pill, Penny Dreadful‘s Harry Treadaway, and American Crime Story‘s Isa Briones have all been cast in
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Credit: Michael Avon Oeming/Taki Soma (IDW Publishing) Credit: Michael Avon Oeming/Taki Soma (IDW Publishing) Got Dick? Michael Avon Oeming does, and so will readers beginning April 24 when Dick Tracy Forever! #1 (of 4) debuts from IDW Publishing. Oeming is writing and drawing the series with his long-time collaborator/wife Taki Soma coloring this ‘square one’
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Credit: Christian Ward (Valiant Entertainment) The creative team behind the previously-teased X-O Manowar relaunch have been revealed on Twitter by Valiant Entertainment editor Heather Antos. “You heard it here first! A brand new X-O Manowar ongoing series from Dennis Hopeless, Emilio Laiso, Ruth Redmond, and Hassan Otsmane-Elhaou, with covers by Christian Ward coming your way
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Credit: Comic Toolbox Credit: Comic Toolbox Press Release A 10-ISSUE MAXI-SERIES FROM SIMON FURMAN & GEOFF SENIORCO-CREATORS OF DEATH’S HEAD & ACCLAIMED TRANSFORMERS CREATIVE TEAMA BOLD NEW PUBLISHING PARTNERSHIP – BRINGING COMICS DIRECT TO STORES AND FANS With over 30 years experience producing comics for Marvel, IDW, Dynamite, Titan and more, the fan-favourite creative team
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Credit: Dynamite Entertainment Credit: Dynamite Entertainment Press Release For the first time ever, the Angels meet the Bionic in the crazy 80’s in Charlie’s Angels/Bionic Woman, from Dynamite Entertainment. Bringing together Sony Pictures Entertainment’s Charlie’s Angels and Universal’s Bionic Woman is a first in comics and a winning crossover event in print. Charlie gives his
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In 1980, we kinda thought that the good guys were always going win. Sure, there had been losses, and Thunderbird had died, but we honestly didn’t think that things would ever go so badly that a hero would take their own life to save the universe. Then there was Jean Grey. In the final issue
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