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Courtesy of various publishers, Diamond BookShelf presents exclusive first-looks at upcoming and best-selling graphic novels. See all available preview pages here!
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Diving deeper into the creation of some of the comics industry's best-selling titles, check out these exclusive interviews with comic creators courtesy of Diamond BookShelf and PREVIEWSworld.
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Free Comic Book Day 2019 features an amazing selection of comic book titles for the industry's most anticipated annual event which happens Saturday, May 4, 2019 at participating comic book shops worldwide!
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The author of Y: The Last Man and other hits will pen Legendary Entertainment’s upcoming live-action film, according to an exclusive report in the March 7 edition of Deadline.
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Enslaved for generations, Canto’s people once had hearts. Now they have clocks. When slavers damage a little tin girl’s clock beyond repair, Canto must brave the darkest corners of his hostile world to bring back her heart.
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This year’s finalist were selected by a panel of over 60 literary professionals from over 1,000 book submissions from over 300 publishers.
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When discussing popular manga, one of the major subgenres over the past ten-to-fifteen years has been isekai, or “parallel world” science fiction/fantasy.
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The finalists for the 2018 Los Angeles Times Book Prizes have been announced with Michelle Perez and Remy Boydell's The Pervert among the short list of Comics & Graphic Novels finalists.
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Netflix announced that it will adapt Nidhi Chanani’s highly acclaimed, best-selling graphic novel Pashmina into an original CG animated musical.
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Matt Reeves’ 6th & Idaho have acquired rights to develop a film with Netflix based on the BOOM! Studios graphic novel created by Phillip Kennedy Johnson and artist Matthew Dow Smith, with Emmy Award-winner Peter Dinklage starring.
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Available August 2019! The new collaborative project is based on an original story idea created by SKILLET front-man John Cooper alongside the creative team of Z2 Comics.
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The new imprint will encompass creator-owned works, as well as gaming tie-ins and prose adaptations, and serve as “an incubator for innovative ideas and storytelling.”
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The Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA) has released this year's list of recommended graphic novels and illustrated nonfiction for those ages 12-18. See the full list of books here.
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