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Black Erasure

The Atlantic 07 Mar 2021
Link Copied. Nina Simone sang “[POC] is the color of my true love’s hair”. & they say [POC] don’t crack. & let us bless gumbo. quimbombó & [POC]-eyed peas. & [POC] weddings & broom jumps & Danez Smith. wrote “& even the [POC] guy’s profile reads ‘sorry,. no [POC] guys’” & to flirt men have asked if I’m ... .
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Fit for a Titan: A 13.7kg manga volume is set to break world record

The Star 06 Mar 2021
Titan-sized manga set to break world record for biggest comic book Read full story ... .
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Horror Manga Hellsing Gets Live-Action Movie From Amazon And John Wick Writer

Gamespot 06 Mar 2021
A new live-action movie based on the acclaimed manga and anime Hellsing is in development at Amazon ... The manga ran from 1997 to 2008, while an anime series was produced in 2001.
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Fruits Basket Season 3 release date in Spring 2021: Fruits Basket Final Season adapts the ...

m&c 06 Mar 2021
The Fruits Basket Season 3 anime will adapt the final ending of Natsuki Takaya’s manga series, but is there room for another anime sequel? Pic credit ... But how many episodes will the Fruits Basket 2020 remake adapt the remainder of the Furuba manga series? The first season was 25 episodes or two cours.
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The Devil is a Part-Timer! Season 2 release date: Hataraku Maou-sama! Season 2 announced in 2021

m&c 06 Mar 2021
The original creator teamed up with artist Akio Hiiragi for creating The Devil is a Part-Timer! manga adaptation. Already up to volume 16, the manga series will probably take several years before it catches up with the book series ending. There are also multiple manga spin-offs, including one focused on high school and food.
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Horror Manga Hellsing Getting A Live-Action Hollywood Adaptation

Kotaku 05 Mar 2021
Created by Kouta Hirano, the Hellsing manga debuted in 1997 and ran until 2008.
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Hellsing: Amazon & John Wick Writer Adapting Japanese Manga into Film

Coming Soon 05 Mar 2021
Amazon & John Wick Writer Adapting Japanese Manga into Film. According to Deadline, Amazon Studios is in the process of developing a live-action film adaptation of Hellsing, based on Kouta Hirano’s popular action-horror manga of the same name ... The manga also focuses on Hellsing’s newest recruit, a female ex-police officer named Seras Victoria.
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‘John Wick’ Scribe Derek Kolstad And Amazon Studios Teaming Up On Adaptation Of Japanese Manga ‘Hellsing’

Vibe Magazine 04 Mar 2021
Derek Kolstad, the screenwriter behind the John Wick series, is collaborating with Amazon Studios to develop a live-action feature film based on the iconic Japanese action-horror manga Hellsing. “Ever since my brother introduced me to the Hellsing manga and anime some years ago, I’ve been obsessed with adapting it,” Kolstad said.
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South Korean tech firms shake up Japan’s storied manga industry

Japan Times 04 Mar 2021
Backed by tech giants Kakao Corp. and Naver Corp., Piccoma and Line Manga have become Japan's highest-grossing mobile apps outside of games ... .
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Giant Attack On Titan Manga Weighs 30 Pounds And Costs $1,400

Kotaku 04 Mar 2021
Are you a big Attack on Titan fan? Like a really big one? Well, enjoy this enormous version of the popular manga.
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How Persona 5 Strikers Did (And Didn’t) Steal Our Hearts

Kotaku 03 Mar 2021
At long last, the Phantom Thieves ride again as Persona 5 Strikers—the Atlus RPG turned Koei Tecmo hack and slash—is out in North America. I’m a big Persona 5 nerd and I’ve been anxiously waiting for fellow nerd Luke Plunkett to get far enough into the game that I could finally have someone with whom to scream about this game ... Persona 5 Strikers ... Ash.
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South Korean tech firms shake up Japan's storied manga industry

The Times of India 02 Mar 2021
Two South Korean technology companies are borrowing from mobile gaming to shake up - and dominate - Japan's storied manga industry, a plot twist that has expanded the comics' fanbase to a new generation of readers. Backed by tech giants Kakao Corp and Naver Corp, Piccoma and Line Manga have become Japan's highest-grossing mobile apps outside games.
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