Originally released in Japan in 1996 as “Pocket Monsters,” the card game Pokémon, a portmanteau of “Poketto Monsuta” in Japanese, spread cross the Western world like wildfire.
Professional Wrestler and Semi-pro Comic Book Illustrator Richie Slade joins us to illustrate his favorite comic book characters! Hear about his upbringing as an illustrator, drawing pointers, stenciling tips, and more!
The comic strip Calvin and Hobbes has been publishing repeat comic strips for 25 years, ever since its comic art creator, Bill Watterson, completed his last strip, sending boy Calvin and his stuffed tiger Hobbes into the winter snow looking for yet more adventures.
A new comic book based on a series of real-life health care stories is being developed by Marvel Comics and the Allegheny Health Network in Pennsylvania. “True Nurse Stories”
We’re happy to report that we had a successful donation of comics and graphic novels to Youth Emerging Stronger! In total,
We at Learn To Read Comics love Dr. Seuss! Theodor Seuss Geisel wrote and illustrated hundreds of children’s books, despite having no children of his own. His illustrations and artworks are collectible, some paintings and drawings of which are very rare.
‘Batman: Death in the Family’ by Warner Brothers Animation lets viewers decide Robin’s fate interactively by allowing the viewer to make choices in wildly different directions, to the point where it feels like a distinct experience watching each version and its various forks in the road. The interactivity is a wonderful, fun and inventive, gimmick.
During the past year CSIRO scientists have given scientific names to 165 new species, including tributes to Marvel characters Deadpool, Thor, Loki, and Black Widow along the way.