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“Death Note” 101: Why the Hit Manga Endures (and Why You Should Read It)
As the U.S. film adaptation goes into production, CBR digs into the appeal of tightly wound psychological -- and supernatural -- thriller.
Comics A.M. | Viz Media launches ‘Naruto’ app
Ahead of "Naruto" creator Masashi Kishimoto's appearance at New York Comic Con, Viz Media has launched a dedicated "Naruto" app.
Warner Bros.’ ‘Death Note’ Casts ‘Paper Towns’ Star Nat Wolff
“The Fault in Our Stars” actor will play a student who finds a supernatural notebook in the adaptation of the hit manga by Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata.
‘Death Note’ creators reveal first color art for ‘Platinum End’
"Jump SQ" magazine has debuted new color art by Takeshi Obata from his upcoming collaboration with his "Death Note" and "Bakuman" co-creator Tsugumi Ohba.
‘Death Note’ creators reunite for new manga ‘Platinum End’
Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata, who created "Death Note" and "Bakuman," will launch "Platinum End" in November.
Comics A.M. | Noelle Stevenson nominated for National Book Award
Noelle Stevenon's fantasy comic has been longlisted for the National Book Awards in the Young People's Literature category.
Viz to release ‘Death Note’ artist’s high-end art book
Viz Media has announced a spring release for "Blanc et Noir," a limited-edition art book collecting color illustrations by renowned "Death Note" artist Takeshi Obata.
Watch Takeshi Obata draw ‘Death Note’ sketches at NYCC
Takeshi Obata, the renowned artist of Death Note and Hikaru no Go, made his first U.S. appearance earlier this month at New York Comic Con, where he participated in a …
NYCC: “Death Note” Artist Takeshi Obata on Building Characters
On his first North American visit, Takeshi Obata, the artist of "Hikaru No Go," "Death Note" & "Bakuman," spoke with CBR about bringing his stories to life.
Comics A.M. | A nonprofit alternative for some publishers?
Publishing | Spurred by the GoFundMe campaign launched last week by Dan Vado to get SLG Publishing “back on its feet,” Comic-Con and the Business of Pop Culture author Rob …
Preview | Takeshi Obata’s adaptation of ‘All You Need Is Kill’
Keiji Kiriya, the hero of All You Need Is Kill, is a rookie soldier who’s killed in his first battle but can’t stay dead: Each time he dies, he comes …
What Are You Reading? with Kevin Colden
Welcome to another edition of What Are You Reading? Today our special guest is Kevin Colden, whose comic work includes Fishtown, I Rule the Night, Vertigo’s Strange Adventures and Yours …
Shane Black Directs a “Death Note”
Director Shane Black has reportedly signed on to direct Warner Bros. planned live-action adaptation based on the enormously popular Japanese anime and manga series "Death Note."