Today, Sept 13th, 3DATS (with the help of CGarchitect) has just launched a charitable promotion whereby for 30 days we are selling all our 3D graphics books currently in print for 50% off and donating 100% of sales to an amazing charity called "Soldiers to the Summit".
4Kids Entertainment International has signed an agreement with top publisher Redan that will see pre-school character Penelope appear in two popular bi-weekly magazines - ‘Fun to Learn Friends’ and ‘Fun to Learn Favourites’ – in the UK, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand.
After long delays, the producers of the stage musical SPIDER-MAN, TURN OFF THE DARK have announced the opening dates, reports VARIETY.
The Smurfs, the beloved cartoon characters who shot to fame in North America in the ‘80s, return in this new graphic novel series from Papercutz, publisher of the popular Bionicle, Classics Illustrated, Disney Fairies, Geronimo Stilton, Hardy Boys, Nancy Drew, and Tales from the Crypt.
Neil Gaiman has won another battle in his royalties dispute with Todd McFarlane over SPAWN characters he created for a 1992 book, reports VARIETY.
The Pedlar Lady of Gushing Cross, an exciting new iPad app, was released today and is available for iPad users at App Store for $4.99.
The Visual Effects Society (VES) is proud to announce that The VES Handbook of Visual Effects is now available to everyone who wants to learn or needs to know about the art and science of visual effects.
Famed Oscar-winning animation director, graphic artist, cartoonist and creative force Gene Deitch has once again updated his online book “How To Succeed In Animation” with a brand new essay that captures his feelings on the role of the animation director in any animated project.
Harvey Pekar, the creator of indie comic AMERICAN SPLENDOR, died at the age of 70, according to THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER.
Radical Studios has inked a deal with Sam Worthington's Full Clip Prods. to publish graphic novels intended to be transformed into feature films, according to THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER.
Ankama, the videogames/animation/comics powerhouse, and Manga publisher Tokyopop are pleased to announce their cooperation for the launch of the Wakfu and DOFUS publications in Germany!
Warner Bros. Pictures has announced today that the Academy Award–winning writer Dustin Lance Black will both write and direct the movie adaptation of Matt Kindt’s groundbreaking graphic novel, 3 Story: The Secret History of the Giant Man.
Based on the work of novelist Kotaro Isaka, Osuga’s adaptation brilliantly captures the tense mystery enveloping this teenage drama.
Walden Media has set Frank Cottrell Boyce (MILLIONS) to adapt his children's book COSMIC into a feature screenplay, reports VARIETY.
Sydney-based international sales and production entity Odin's Eye announced today a partnership with Tokyo- and Los Angeles-based media company TOKYOPOP to produce a feature film adaptation of TOKYOPOP's successful manga graphic novel series The Dreaming.
Richard Williams has updated his legendary Survival Kit and Don Perro explores why it's more invaluable than ever.
Leading independent children’s publishers, The Walker Group, consisting of Walker Books UK, Candlewick Press and Walker Books Australia, with Classic Media, a global media company with a portfolio of some of the world’s leading kids, family and pop-culture brands, including Where’s Waldo?, today announced that The Walker Group has been appointed to create a new global publishing program for the popular Where’s Waldo? books.
Mark Hamill will be sitting in the director's chair for an adaptation of his own comic series THE BLACK PEARL, reports VARIETY.
Guns, zombies, A.I., gene manipulation, a talking bear, and girls whose sex appeal oddly stems from the discolored trappings woven from an industrial cyberpunk thread: what more do you need?
Warner Premiere’s eighth Motion Comics series Jonah Hex (Rated: TV Mature), which blends the ferocity of the Old West with elements of the supernatural, comes to life today.
20th Century Fox has obtained the film rights to INCOGNITO, a graphic novel from Ed Brubacker, reports VARIETY.