You may read 'Disappearance Diary' as a cautionary tale, but at least you'll learn how to make a meal out of a radish and tempura oil.
A book of great beauty and mystery, and the closest you're probably going to come to an acid trip all day.
At least someone's reading our increasingly giddy 'Ghostbusters 3' coverage!
When will our politicians court the nerd vote?
A movie called Kung Fu Dunk doesn't need much more explanation.
Dreamy romance and slapstick comedy in a complete shoujo manga short story by Jo Chen.
Today on the Comics Page, we're proud to present an excerpt from Wonton Soup, a manga–meets–Gahan Wilson–meets–Iron Chef space-trucker opera by James Stokoe, on sale now from Oni Press.
Plus, news on Ben Affleck, Ramona Quimby, and Johnny Drama.
Today on the Comics Page, we're proud to present an excerpt from Undertown, a spooky, beautifully drawn all-ages manga by Jim Pascoe and Jake Myler, out now from Tokyopop.
Today on the Comics Page, we're proud to present a ten-page excerpt from Alive, the first volume of a new manga series by Tadashi Kawashima and Adachitoka, out this week from Del Rey Manga.
Today on the Comics Page, we're excerpting Apollo's Song, the totally trippy, landmark 1970 manga by Osamu Tezuka, published in English for the first time this month by Vertical, Inc.
The Japanese films Death Note and Death Note: The Last Name were released in Japan just a few months apart in 2006, Kill Bill style. Based on the hugely popular manga series of the same name, they tell the story of a handsome young college student named Light Yagami who finds a magical notebook that strikes dead anyone whose name is written on its pages.