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Here is why he used Occupy Central as the backdrop for his work Hong Kong Infected, and some advice on how you should prepare for if you want to become a local artist.
When offered the chance to write a Chinese Superman for DC Comics, Gene Yang turned down the opportunity because he felt the series could be a “cultural and political landmine.”
Do you need a refresher on Marvel’s Master of the Mystic Arts? Here are 21 fun facts to know and tell about Doctor Strange:
Summer is running out, but there is still some time left to get caught up in your favourite series and maybe discover a few more. We've hand-picked five of the best for your viewing pleasure.
Anime fans assemble! And non-anime fans, please assemble right behind them. AniCom is back, but this year isn’t just for diehard fans – there is something for everyone, no matter what you’re into.
It’s all kicking off at the San Diego Comic Convention this year, as Warner Bros’ DC Comics franchise goes head-to-head with Disney’s Marvel universe for the attention of the 100,000-plus fans attending.
Chris Lie remembers the exact moment his career took off. He was a lowly unpaid intern in 2004. But that all changed when his boss asked if he would like to submit a proposal to Hasbro for G.I. Joe.
Taking manga from paper to the big screen is no easy task, and the live-action version of Bakuman proves that.
Let's talk Batgirl, the spunky teenaged crime-fighter who is, in reality, Barbara Gordon, the daughter of police Commissioner Gordon.
What happens when Scooby-doo and the gang meets the legendary rock band Kiss? Why, you get a rocking new mystery of course!
Back in May, Otaku Zone reviewed the animated movie Batman Unlimited: Animal Instincts, and found it to be disappointing and soulless. A sequel has been made, offering the filmmakers a chance to redeem themselves.