Based on the work of novelist Kotaro Isaka, Osuga’s adaptation brilliantly captures the tense mystery enveloping this teenage drama.
Phoenix Entertainment and Intrigue Entertainment are working a live-action version of DILBERT, reports PAJIBA.
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.
Smoke & Mirrors NY has launched Smoke & Mirrors Creative, a new conceptual art and design division headed by Co-Founder and Creative Director Sean Broughton, who will closely collaborate with newly signed Conceptual Artist Jacob Henderson to lead an amazing team of global artists.
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.
DC Comics has filed suit against Marc Toberoff, the lawyer who successfully regained the copyright to SUPERMAN for the heirs of Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, reports VARIETY.
The artists and producers from U.S. creative production studio Brand New School (BNS) are very proud to announce the debut of their latest project work, consisting of online commercials and an interactive installation for premium faucet brand Brizo featuring their new SmartTouch faucet.
Measuring 16 by 20 inches, and printed on archival quality paper, this print will be priced at $49.99 and include a certificate of authenticity.
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?
Adobe Systems Incorporated (Nasdaq:ADBE) today announced the availability of the Adobe Creative Suite 5 product family, the highly-anticipated release of the industry-leading design and development software for virtually every creative workflow.
VARIETY reports that San Diego's Tourism Marketing District board is offering Comic-Con hotel tax revenue as an incentive to stay in the city.
If you haven’t experienced the Radical Axis vision, you’re falling behind. From the deviant fast-food characters of Aqua Teen Hunger Force to the alcoholic mouse of 12 oz. Mouse, Radical Axis continues to push the boundaries of animation’s familiar aesthetic and to joyously exercise the freedom of speech intrinsic to comedy’s carnival.
Hey, I get the manipulation of audience anticipation, but Reborn! simply lacks focus and cogent story telling at the volume level. I learned nothing about these characters, except that they engage in long drawn-out melees.
Jeanne Chamberlain and Maggie Richardson, the nieces of famed Disney artist Mary Blair, have launched the new website the Magic of Mary Blair (magicofmaryblair.com).
On April 12, Adobe announced a massive slate of new products, updates and packages centered around the latest versions of its flagship Photoshop, Flash and creative suite of products.
Every year fans and industry insiders alike wonder whether Comic-Con’s days in San Diego are numbered. VARIETY reports that San Diego has made a big move to keep the Con right where it is.
On Friday, April 9 at 7:00pm, a meeting aptly titled Mecha Mania: Four Decades of Slam-Bang Sci-Fi Robot Anime will take place at Viz Cinema.
The Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art - MoCCA is proud to announce two new offerings from its Education Department.
Marvel Studios is in talks with NICK AND NORA'S INFINITE PLAYLIST director Peter Sollett to helm RUNAWAYS, reports Deadline.com.
When I was a kid, I loved going to visit my cousins in Seattle. They were avid comic collectors and I would spend hours carefully thumbing through issues of Spiderman, Fantastic Four and other plastic-sleeved titles. Perhaps this is why I enjoy the trend of motion comics as promotion. It speaks to childhood nostalgia while cutting through the clutter.
Clever marketing campaigns engage audiences in unexpected ways that connect, often with a nod and a wink, to the property’s intrinsic nature. Or to poorly paraphrase Marshall McLuhen; the medium can be a major part of the message. Motion comics are a great way of exciting prospective viewers about an upcoming film or television show, even if the property is not animated. And they provide increased opportunities for graphic designers, artists to collaborate with studios and directors.