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Alternative(s): ランド; 未踏之地
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In this village, death inevitably takes you as soon as you reach the age of fifty...
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News The Promised Neverland Manga Has 1.5 Million Copies in Print
This year's 40th issue of Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump magazine is revealing on Monday that Kaiu Shirai and Posuka Demizu's The Promised Neverland manga has 1.5 million copies in print in Japan. Shirai and Demizu launched the manga in August 2016. Shueisha will publish the manga's fifth compiled volume (pictured at right) on Monday. Viz Media previewed the manga's first three chapters in English as part of its Jump Start initiative, then added the manga to the anthology's full lineup. Shueisha describes the manga: The lady I fondly call mom …is not my mom. The children I live with …are not my siblings. This is Grace Field House, a small orphanage. Although the orphanage wasn't the best, the three protagonists—Emma, Norman, and Ray—lived a peaceful and happy everyday life. However, one day that life came to an end… What is the cruel twist of fate that await these children…?! The manga was nominated for the 10th Manga Taisho awards earlier this year.
Sep 02, 2017
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Flappy Bird Creator's Next Game, Swing Copters, Lands Thursday
It seems like Flappy Bird creator Dong Nguyen has decided to come back after deciding his maddening bird-murder simulation was too addictive. The creator of Flappy Bird is launching his follow-up game this week, and if the teaser trailer for Swing Copters is any indication, it'll be just as addictive and frustrating.  The game, which looks extremely similar to Flappy Bird and features a little guy with a helicopter attached to his helmet, will hit app stores on Thursday. Swing Copters continues Flappy Bird's one-button gameplay where you weave back and forth to fit through narrow gaps in the scenery. Only now you'll ascend rather than fly to the right, and there are swinging hammers guarding each gap just in case Flappy Bird was too easy for you. Earlier this year creator Dong Nguyen mysteriously pulled Flappy Bird from the App Store, despite it bringing in a reported $55,000 in ad revenue every day. He said the stresses of success were too much fo
Sep 02, 2017
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EXCL. PREVIEW: Justice League of America #13 Lands in the Microverse
Professor Ray Palmer was secretly working on a problem deep within the nano-structure of the timeline. He shrank down beyond the atomic level to investigate, leaving behind a size-changing belt for Ryan Choi that was tethered to his own. What Ray found was the Microverse, the foundation of all reality. Ryan has since been unable to receive a signal from Ray… until now. Accompanied by Batman, Lobo, and Frost, Ryan and the Justice League of America enter the Microverse, but their transport is attacked and crash-lands. While fighting their assailants, the JLA are aided by a mysterious figure bearing the other size-changing belt. Is it Ray Palmer? CBR has your exclusive first look at DC Comics’ Justice League of America #13, written by Steve Orlando and illustrated by Ivan Reis. In stores August 30th, 2017. Justice League of America #13 Steve Orlando (w) • Ivan Reis (a) Cover: Ivan Reis Variant Cover: Doug Mahnke “CRISIS IN THE MICROVERSE” part two! Di
Sep 03, 2017
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REVIEW: Redlands #1 Disrupts the Patriarchy in Smart, Scary Debut
In horror stories, you’re supposed to side with the victims. They might be young and dumb but they’re not evil, and they certainly don’t deserve the torture, maiming and inevitable death the story brings them. In Redlands, the new Image Comics series from writer and colorist Jordie Bellaire and artist Vanesa Del Rey, the victims are cops. They’re trapped inside the police station in Redlands, Florida, while three nooses hang from a burning tree outside. Heroic cops are also a horror trope, so it’s familiar territory, until you notice the first words these cops use: “Where did them bitches go?” And the Confederate flag hanging beside the gun rack inside the station. And the complete lack of care about the prisoners in the cells down below. And the easy violence between the sheriff and his son, also a cop. Maybe these guys aren’t heroes after all. That’s not to say that the witches (“bitches,” as the cops put it) they tried to lynch are righteous victims themselves. They might be, an
Sep 03, 2017
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Wacky Raceland #1
In “Wacky Raceland” #1, writer Ken Pontac and artist Leonardo Manco transform “Wacky Races” — a kids’ cartoon from the late-1960s — into a cutthroat post-apocalyptic race to a promised Utopia that reads like a cross between the “Mad Max” films and Marvel’s “Ghost Racers” miniseries from last summer. It’s an interesting, albeit violent reboot that replaces the charm of the original cartoon with bloodlust and bar fights. “Wacky Races” ran for just 17 episodes from September 1968 to January 1969 on CBS. The format was simple and entertaining, with 11 race teams competing in a cross-country race using vehicles that were all stylized to their drivers’ unique personalities. I recommend you have some fun and watch excerpts from the show on YouTube before you read this comic series; they’ll serve as quite the contrast to the violent, vibrant blitz of DC’s new interpretation. In “Wacky Raceland” #1, Pontac hasn’t simply updated the innocent ’60s classic for the new millennium; he takes the s
Sep 03, 2017
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