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Graphic India, YouTube Debut Grant Morrison's '18 Days'
In an effort that reimagines Indian mythology and promotes the country's creative industries while serving both Eastern and Western audiences, YouTube and the transnational media company Graphic India are launching celebrated comics writer Grant Morrison's motion comic, 18 Days, a science fiction and fantasy treatment based on the epic Eastern myth Mahabharata, a tale of a war between gods. It's the first series to launch on Graphic India's YouTube channel.
Girl Power: A Spotlight on Female Mangaka
Rumiko Takahashi (InuYasha): Many fans may be surprised to learn that the person behind InuYasha, an Edo period manga filled with magic, samurai, and intrigue, is a woman. Rumiko Takahashi, through her work in manga and anime, is not only one of Japan's biggest manga artists, but she's also one of the nation's wealthiest people. Known best for Ranmaand InuYasha (which was published over the course of 12 years), Takahashi proves that all you need to succeed in manga is to be an undeniably dynamic creative force.
More Details Revealed About Mickey's 'Get a Horse!'
One of the biggest highlights of this month's dynamic D23 Expo in Anaheim was the U.S. premiere of the studio's innovative new short, Get a Horse! Although the studio had been cleverly positioning the short as a "never-before-seen" Mickey Mouse short, those who had caught the world premiere at Annecy in June, knew that it was actually a fantastic new project mixing 2D digital animation and 3-D effects.
Preview: 'Masks' Vol. 1 TP
The Shadow. The Green Hornet and Kato. The Spider. In 1938, these masked vigilantes operated outside the law, working independently to strike fear into the hearts of evildoers. But when the corrupt politicians of the Justice Party transform New York into a fascist state run by mobsters, when an oppressive regime grants jack-booted stormtroopers free rein to imprison, extort, and execute the innocent, when the law itself becomes unjust - justice must be served by outlaws! Outnumbered and outgunned, the legendary vigilantes emerge from the shadows to fight, joined by Zorro, the Green Lama, Miss Fury, Black Terror, and the Black Bat! Nine renowned pulp heroes, brought together for the first time in an epic conflict of Law vs. Justice!
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