Tuesday, January 5, 2016

Comic Round-Up: January 5, 2016

Doctor Strange

Interview: Eiichiro Oda is the creator of One Piece, the top-selling manga in Japan, but he wishes he was the creator of another series, Arakawa’s Your Lie in April.

Interview: Turkish cartoonist Salih Memecan denied rumors he was let go from the newspaper Sabah for drawing a cartoon critical of the government.

News: The Library of Congress has appointed comic book author and graphic novelist Gene Luen Yang as the US National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature.

Reviews: Jennifer Cheng on Deadpool & Cable: Split Second #1. Matt Little on Justice League #47.

10 Movies Every Comic Book Fan Must See or Have Their Geek Card Revoked

Agent Carter Comics: A Reader's Guide

Brigid Alverson has manga plans for Boruto.

Bruce Canwell writes about some of the series continuation volumes at Library Of American Comics this year.

Excelsior! As Stan Lee turns 93, here are our 20 best Stan the Man quotes

How Good The Comic Book Movies of 2016 Will Be, From Civil War to Suicide Squad

Malaysian cartoonist Zunar lets loose in an op-ed in The Washington Post, accusing the Malaysian government of attempting to silence him by raiding his office, confiscating his books, and, most recently, charging him with sedition because of comments he made on Twitter.

Marvel Comic Books You Should Read in 2016

Paul Gravett shares a comprehensive set of best-of-the-year lists, covering British, North American and International graphic novels, manga, and more

Rick Olivares rounds up the best series, mini-series, and graphic novels of 2015 and suggests three series to be sure to read in 2016.

Top Five Future Comic Book TV Shows We’re Most Excited About

Want to read more graphic novels by women? Kristian Wilson has a list of 25 to get you started

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