Tag Archives: manga

Dark Horse To Adapt Fate/Zero Into English, Introducing Saber To The USA

In December, Dark Horse is adapting the Fate/Zero manga into English. Originally this was a prose prequel to the Fate/Stay Night visual novel – a very popular project itself never translated, though with a popular bootleg subscription. Fate/Zero was made …

Watch The Trailer For Attack On Titan Prequel Anime, Shipping With The Next Volumes Of The Manga

We mentioned this the other day, but the Japanese release of the manga Attack On Titan vol 15 and 16, in December and April, will each come with an original video anime, based on the manga and novel Attack On Titan: No Regrets. …

Attack On Titan Season 2 In Production

The first season of the Attack on Titan anime aired a year ago. People have been wondering and wondering and wondering about a second season. Now we know that the second season went into production last month. But it will still take …

The Look Of Masaki Suda, Crossing Gender, For Live Action Princess Jellyfish

Princess Jellyfish is a manga comic written and illustrated by Akiko Higashimura, first published in 2008. It was adapted into a one series anime in 2010 and now a live action adaptation is being filmed. The story focuses on housing complex in …

16 Pages Of The Big Hero 6 Manga That Have Just Been Translated Into English!

A big thank you to Hatena Yagami who saw our original post and asked to help out. So here are the first pages of the Disney prequel manga to the Big Hero 6 animated movie. Just in case Marvel do …

16 Pages Of The Big Hero 6 Manga That Won’t Be Translated Into English

We mentioned that Big Hero 6 was getting a prequel manga series, starring Baymax, but that it would only be published in Japan and not the USA… where it seems no one is publishing Big Hero 6 comics ahead of …

Attack On Titan To End In Three Or Four Years, After Solving All Its Mysteries

It is the best selling comic book in the world. But Attack On Titan has now been given a countdown to its demise. Crunchy Roll helpfully translated The University of Tokyo Newspaper that has interviewed the almuni editor of the comic …

Are Mark Brooks And Sonia Oback The Most Distributed American Comic Artists This Month?

The August edition of the Japanese manga magazine CoroCoro aimed at school boys is always the most popular, as it is timed to coincide with summer break. Add to that, the Obon national holiday week in Japan, and the publisher’s …

Manga And Viz Media At San Diego Comic Con

By Ale Bodden Throughout SDCC Viz Media hosted a total of three panels centered around: manga, Neon Alley (online anime streaming channel), and Sailor Moon. Hosting all of them was, Senior Manager, Charlene Ingram. For the manga news panel, Sales …

Captivated In Seconds – Bryan Lee O’Malley Strikes Again

By Christine Marie Vinciquarra Most of you probably know Bryan Lee O’Malley from a series he wrote between 2004-2010 called Scott Pilgrim. It was a vastly popular set of six graphic novels that told the tale of a part time …

Image Watch: Talking Wayward With Jim Zub And Steve Cummings

By David Dissanayake  The more I read about the new ongoing Wayward by Image Comics, the more intrigued I became. Co-created by Jim Zub and Steve Cummings, Wayward is a story about teenage heroine Rori, a half-Irish, half-Japanese girl from Ireland …

Sasuke Violently Kills Naruto at Naruto’s 15th Anniversary

Hi, Peter Sailer, San Diego Otaku Correspondent, here at the early morning Shonen Jump: Naruto panel. Naruto, the manga about an adolescent ninja in a bright orange jumpsuit, by Masashi Kishimoto was first published in 1999. Fifteen years later, and …

The Good, Bad, And Different At Anime Expo, Plus Photogallery

By Michele Brittany, a West Coast Bleeding Cool Correspondent This was my second year attending the nation’s largest convention dedicated to anime and manga, the Anime Expo (AX) held at the Los Angeles Convention Center from July 3 – 6. …

Back To Basics With Manga At Anime Expo – Comfort And Adam’s 101

By Michele Brittany, a West Coast Bleeding Cool Correspondent It was serendipitous that I ended up attending the last half of Comfort Love and Adam Withers’ panel on creating a character Friday afternoon at the 23rd annual Anime Expo, held …

Knights Of Sidonia: The War Robots Of The Japanese Dreamtime – Look! It Moves! By Adi Tantimedh

Adi Tantimedh writes: Knights of Sidonia, the 12-episode first season of the manga adapted from Tsutomu Hihei’s hit manga series premiered this weekend as the first Netflix exclusive anime series.  Amongst anime fans, this was one of the most anticipated …

On The Biggest Day For Anime Expo Record Attendees Were Often Cosplayers, Plus Photogallery

By Michele Brittany, a West Coast Bleeding Cool Correspondent It was the third day of Anime Expo being held at the Los Angeles Convention Center over the Fourth of July holiday weekend. Last year, the attendance was recorded at 61,000 …

What’s Popular In Anime And Manga At Anime Expo This Year

By Michele Brittany, a West Coast Bleeding Cool Correspondent Walking around the exhibition hall, it doesn’t take too long to figure out what’s popular this season in anime and manga, according to the 23rd annual Anime Expo (AX) that’s being …

Not Just Manga Anymore – The Anime Expo Diversifies, Plus Photogallery

By Michele Brittany, a West Coast Bleeding Cool Correspondent It was the second day of the 23rd annual Anime Expo (AX) being held at the Los Angeles Convention Center over the holiday weekend. This is my second year, having attended …