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X-Men/Fantastic Four #1

It’s new comic book day! What’s everyone getting? What are you excited for? Sound off in the comments below! While you wait for shops to open, here’s some comic news and reviews from around the web in our morning roundup.

Kotaku – Donald Trump Buys The Death Note For $10 Trillion In Latest One-Shot – Can’t wait to read this!

Bloody Disgusting – Sylvester Stallone Came Up With the Story for Upcoming Graphic Novel ‘The Expendables Go to Hell’! – Yes!

Newsarama – Comics Society for Asian Americans Formed in New York City – This is great to see.


Post Gazette – Bowie
But Why Tho Podcast – Noisemakers
But Why Tho Podcast – Shadow of the Batgirl
Newsarama – Star Wars: Darth Vader #1
Newsarama – X-Men/Fantastic Four #1

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Runaway Princess

It’s a new week as the first month of the year comes winding to a close. We’ve got lots on tap coming at you. To get things rolling here’s some comic news and reviews from around the web to start the week!

Kotaku – The next issue of Jump Square will have an 87-page one-shot Death Note manga. – Nice!

Boston.com – Pow! Three arrested in theft of $250,000 worth of comic books – Glad they were caught.

CBLDF – Jason Reynolds Named Library of Congress’ national ambassador for young people’s literature – Congrats!

ICv2 – IDW Publishing Lost $800,000 in Fiscal Q4, $5.2 Million for the Year – That’s not good. It was a rough year for the publisher with lots of shake-ups. We’ll see if things can turn around in 2020.

Smash Pages – 2020 Eisner Hall of Fame nominees announced – Congrats to all the nominees!

Newsarama – Marvel Cancels Hulu’s Howard the Duck and Tigra & Dazzler Shows – This isn’t surprising. We were expecting the entire line of shows to be canceled after the Marvel Studios shake-up and Ghost Rider not happening at Hulu.

Kotaku – Five-Year-Old Batman: Arkham Knight Gets New Cosmetic DLC – Everything old is new again!


Geek Dad – Runaway Princess
Blog Critics – The Trial of Kitaro

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It was new comic day yesterday. What’d everyone get? What’d you enjoy? What’d you dislike? Sound off in the comments below! While you think about that, here’s some comic news and reviews from around the web in our morning roundup.

Washington Post – A Ferrari test drive. Hate groups’ message boards. Bryan Edward Hill goes to extremes to find his comic characters. – You’re going to hear this creator’s name a lot over the next year.

CBR – Death Note Sequel Reportedly in Development By Netflix – The first is so bad.

ICv2 – Wizard World Lost $505K in Q2 – How much longer can they keep going?

Newsarama – The End of the F***ing World Renewed for Second Season on Netflix & Channel Four – Awesome to see a second season.

The Comichron – Black Label Batman Damned #1 leads advance reorders; Fantastic Four #1 tops reorders – This isn’t too surprising.



Newsarama – Action Comics #1002

Talking Comics – Mr. and Mrs. X #2

VIZ Media and Verizon Announce Anime Content Distribution Deal

VIZ Media and Verizon Communications Inc. have announced a content distribution agreement to feature some of VIZ Media’s renowned anime content on Verizon’s go90 streaming platform.

The following fan-favorite VIZ Media anime series are available now to stream for free from the go90 app on iOS, Android or at go90.com:

  • Accel World –  24 episodes, subtitled and dubbed
  • Death Note – complete 37-episode series, subtitled and dubbed
  • Hunter X Hunter – 104 episodes, subtitled
  • Infini-T Force – complete 12-episode series, subtitled
  • Inuyasha – 54 episodes (Seasons 1-2), subtitled and dubbed
  • JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure – 113 episodes (Seasons 1-3), subtitled
  • Naruto (classic) – 220 episodes (Seasons 1-5), subtitled
  • One-Punch Man – complete 12-episode series, subtitled
  • Vampire Knight – 26 episodes (Seasons 1-2), subtitled and dubbed

Verizon’s go90 is a free social entertainment platform that makes it easy to discover, view and share content from the most beloved networks, distributors and brands in digital entertainment across every screen. Viewers can stream original shows, live sports and more, with over 1,500 hours of go90 originals and 25,000 of live and linear programming.

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The weekend is almost here and it’s a long weekend too! We’ll be at Dragon Con and NOVA Open this weekend, what geeky things will you all be doing? Sound off in the comments below! While you think about that, here’s some comic news and reviews from around the web.

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The Beat – Emergency actions that must be taken when it is discovered that Thor is a Woman – God forbid you have trades to sell or other comics to suggest!

Kotaku – Read The Japanese Horror Manga That’s Been Retweeted Over 94,000 Times – Might need to check this out.

CBR – Death Note to be Adapted into a 12-Hour Audio Drama – Has to be better than the Netflix movie.

Smash Pages – Creator of ‘Pepe’ book admits plagiarism, must donate profits to civil rights group – Good!


Around the Tubes Reviews

The Beat – Halo: Rise of Atriox #1

Talking Comics – Secret Empire #10

Loot Anime Episode 19 “Unnatural” Unboxing

Loot Anime is a geek box by Loot Crate and Crunchyroll focused on the anime fans. This month’s box has a theme of “Humanity”! There’s lots of anime and manga featuring humanity surviving disasters!

We open up the box to show off what’s inside and what we think of the box.

You can order next month’s box now!


Loot Crate provided Graphic Policy with a FREE box for review.
The above link is an Affiliate Link, so any purchases Graphic Policy receives a percentage of the sale.

Fashion Spotlight: Hold the Door, One Fish, Blue Fish, Game of Notes

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Death Note Anime Series Arrives on Blu-Ray for the First Time

VIZ Media, LLC announces a new release of one of the anime genre’s greatest series with the debut of Death Note Complete Series on Blu-ray on March 1st.

The edgy supernatural crime thriller is based in the groundbreaking Death Note manga series written by Tsugumi Ohba and illustrated by Takeshi Obata (and published by VIZ Media; rated ‘T’ for Teens). VIZ Media’s Death Note Blu-ray home media releases will be available as a Standard Edition and also as an “Omega” Limited Edition, a definitive collection containing the complete 37-episode series along with 2 Death Note anime feature films. The Standard Edition and Omega Limited Edition each contain three hours of additional bonus content including interviews with the Death Note manga creators and behind-the-scenes footage of the English and Japanese voice cast.

In Death Note, Light Yagami is a genius high school student who is about to learn about life through a book of death. When a bored shinigami, a god of death, named Ryuk drops a black notebook called a Death Note, Light receives power over life and death with the stroke of a pen. Determined to use this dark gift for the best, Light sets out to rid the world of evil – namely the people he believes to be evil. Should anyone own such power? The consequences of Light’s actions will set the world ablaze.


Rated TV-14 · MSRP: $69.99 U.S. / $81.99 CAN

DEATH NOTE, Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata’s suspenseful tale of power, corruption and morality, returns for the first time on Blu-ray! This limited edition 6-disc collector’s set includes the complete 37-episode series with five language options along with two feature films (available in three languages) and hours of additional extras! This definitive set also comes with a 64-page booklet, which features the original manga pilot story that inspired the series packaged inside an exclusive chipboard box. Three hours of additional extra content includes interviews with the Japanese creators, behind-the-scenes footage of the English and Japanese voice cast, production art, audio commentary and much more!

DEATH NOTE Blu-ray Standard Edition ·

Rated TV-14 · MSRP: $54.97 U.S. / $63.99 CAN

Standard Edition release features the complete series on 5 discs, with episodes presented in crisp 1080p resolution with 16:9 video aspect ratio. Episodes are available in 5 languages (Japanese, English, Spanish, Portuguese and French 2.0 audio and subtitle selections). Also catch three hours of bonus content, including interviews with the Japanese creators, behind-the-scenes footage with the English and Japanese voice casts, production art, audio commentary and much more!


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It was new comic book day yesterday. What’d everyone get?

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CBDLF – Connecticut Middle Schooler Investigated by State Police for “Death Note” List – Calls for a ban in 3…2…1…

Kotaku – Batman’s Big Collector’s Edition Cancelled At Last Minute – Well that sucks.

The Full Bleed – What Movie Producers Can Teach You About Selling Comics – An intriguing read.

Newsarama – Fantastic Four Hits Denny’s … No, Seriously – Interesting.


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CBR – Black Canary #1

Comic Vine – Black Canary #1

Flickering Myths – Burning Fields #5

Comic Vine – Deadpool’s Secret Wars #2

The Outhousers – The Fiction #1

CBR – Ghostbusters: Get Real #1

Comic Vine – Ghostbusters: Get Real #1

Talking Comics – Gotham Academy #7

Comic Vine – Ms. Marvel #17

The Outhousers – Negative Space #1

Comic Vine – Old Man Logan #2

Comics Alliance – Prez #1

Comic Vine – Runaways #1

The Outhousers – The Strain: The Night Eternal #10

Comic Vine – X-O Manowar #37

VIZ Media Unveils Neon Alley. Coming to Game Consoles This Fall.

VIZ Media unveiled plans for Neon Alley, a 24-hour anime channel featuring the world’s best titles set to debut on game consoles this fall. The service will be available in the United States and Canada.

Neon Alley’s schedule will include a mix of action, adventure, science fiction, supernatural, fantasy, and horror anime, all uncut and dubbed in English, and presented in HD (when available). Programming will include blockbuster anime titles like Naruto Shippuden, Inuyasha: The Final Act and Death Note. There will also be newer titles like Tiger & Bunny, Beserk: The Golden Age Arc, Zetman and Nura: Rise of the Yokai Clan. There will also be original content showing news and behind-the-scenes access for anime and manga fans.

Neon Alley will be a subscription-based service, subsidized with limited commercial advertising, to keep the launch price to consumers at a low $6.99 per month. Anime fans can register online at NeonAlley.com for news, updates on the service’s launch, and to find out how to get a sneak preview of the series debuting during the first season. Neon Alley is the first platform designed to be studio agnostic, featuring titles from other anime producers and distributors, and will unveil its programming lineup, special introductory offers, new acquisitions and other partnerships throughout the next several months.

For more information on Neon Alley, please visit www.NeonAlley.com.

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