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The bookstore chain's special edition of the 1000-page collection comes with an exclusive cover and poster.
One of 38 manga and anime deemed last month by the Chinese government to contain “severely improper content,” "Death Note" is one of the hottest topics on that country's social media.
Singapore's National Arts Council abruptly withdrew its grant for "The Art of Charlie Chan Hock Chye," saying the graphic novel "potentially undermines the authority or legitimacy of the Government and its public institutions."
Marvel has reportedly stopped distributing its periodical comics to Barnes & Noble and Books-A-Million.
I may not have grown up with GI Joe - I was in the wrong country for that; they were called "Action Force" where I was, which is just generic enough for you to not care that much when you're the right age - but somehow, I've always believed that knowing really is half the battle. That phrase struck me yesterday, reading about the 2000AD/Rebellion deal with Barnes & Noble to fill the space left by their removal of DC Comics' GNs from their shelves, for somewhat obvious reasons. I mean, it's great that Rebellion has such shelf space for 2000AD material, but... will anyone in America really know enough about the brand for it to mean anything?