The new poster shows series protagonist Ken Kaneki in his infamous leather mask, just dying to fight some man-eating ghouls.
The first trailer has hit for the big screen adaptation of the manga about a city teeming with man-eating creatures that look just like humans.
Tite Kubo's long-running fantasy-adventure manga will come to an end with the next issue of "Weekly Shonen Jump," which goes on sale Aug. 22 in Japan.
The original art for the cover of "Battle Classics" #3, featuring Sgt. Rock, came from the estate of the legendary artist.
The dark fantasy manga is a hit in both Japan and North America. We take a look at the beating heart of this tale of eat or be eaten.
Viz Media will publish three novels based on "Naruto" and three based on "Tokyo Ghoul," and a "Gangsta" spinoff manga.
A lifelong collector in Seattle hopes to begin selling his 5,000 comics at Emerald City Comicon to help pay for his daughter's college education.
New York City Council is once again taking up legislation that would place restrictions on Time Square's infamous costumed characters.
Four volumes of Sui Ishida's dark fantasy manga appear on BookScan's February list of the Top 20 bestselling graphic novels in bookstores.
Funko brings Ichigo, Rukia, Ken Kaneki and Touka Kirishima to 3.75-inch life with Pop! vinyl figures based on "Bleach" and "Tokyo Ghoul."
Originally published in North America in the mid-2000s by Tokyopop, "Fruits Basket" will return in a series of omnibus editions from Yen Press.
An original illustration of Tintin by Herge for the 1936 book "The Blue Lotus" sold at auction this week for $1.2 million.
Why can't American high schools have characters from "Attack on Titan" and "Tokyo Ghoul" lurking on their stairways?