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Instagram – Comic artists’ new art gallery
6:00 pm PDT 28/01/2019 By Yugandhara Shete

Instagram changed the perception of people towards social media. With a platform that was intended to share visual content, it has now empowered artists from around the globe to share their artwork and showcase their talent to the world. Instagram has become a platform for cartoonists to release their work regularly and make it reach out to their audience. With various Instagram accounts open for users to scroll through and make their otherwise dull day fun and interesting, Green Humour, … Read More


Cyclops’ Resurrection scene revealed in the ‘Uncanny X-Men’ annual
2:00 pm PDT 25/01/2019 By AnimationXpress Team

Marvel’s Uncanny X-Men annual quenched many curiosities recently including the story of how Cyclops was raised from the dead. Starting off with the shot of Scott Summers’ grave, but an optic blast shattered the ground from within and out crawls Cyclops, confused as to whether or not he is dead. As Cable reveals to him, the key to his resurrection was reposed in the hands of someone he helped when he was young. The scene cut across to a school that Cyclops … Read More


Superior Spider-Man gets a new superpower
2:30 pm PDT 24/01/2019 By AnimationXpress Team

In the current Superior Spider-Man series from Mike Hawthorne and Christos N. Gage, Otto Octavius wears a Spider-Man costume. This version of Spidey is already incredibly powerful, courtesy of the intellect and ruthlessness of Dr. Octavius, but the character got a massive upgrade in the recent issue that takes him to a volatile adventure. The majority of Superior Spider-Man #2 focuses on a fight between Otto and Terrax in the middle of San Francisco. Otto does his best to remain but he could … Read More


‘Guardians of the Galaxy’s groot sports a new look
1:00 pm PDT 24/01/2019 By AnimationXpress Team

Over the years, the Guardians of the Galaxy have been through many ups and downs. While Gamora is a villain of some sort and Rocket has skedaddled, Drax is dead. The last remaining guardians are just Quill and Groot but that’s not the only change. Recently we saw a new look of Groot. Guardians of the Galaxy #1 largely deals with ultimate devastation from Infinity Wars which saw Thanos decimate and the universe folded into itself, the latter of which was largely rectified … Read More


‘The Great Dara Singh Comic’s artist bares it all
6:00 pm PDT 23/01/2019 By Parth Kaushik

Long before the enigma of professional wrestling had swept over the country with names like Great Khali and Jinder Mahal representing Indian aspirations, Dara Singh Randhawa was already a household name for his wrestling skills and his successful acting stint. Widely regarded as India’s first action film hero, Singh had not only made his mark in the country but also bagged many titles internationally. Dara Singh’s ideas and messages are still relevant in current times. We spoke to the comic … Read More


‘Marvel Team-Up’ relaunching in April centering around Spider-Man and Ms. Marvel
1:00 pm PDT 23/01/2019 By AnimationXpress Team

Marvel’s one of the most iconic series, Marvel Team-Up is all set to make a return in April. Writer Eve Ewing is going to relaunch the series with a Spider-Man centric storyline accompanied by Ms. Marvel aka the soon-to-be cinematic hero known as Captain Marvel. As Marvel puts it- After a science demonstration at Empire State University goes awry, Ms. Marvel and Spider-Man find themselves tangled up in the same chaotic adventure. So is it destiny? Or disaster?! As told … Read More


Digitisation – A boon for the Indian comic industry?
4:00 pm PDT 22/01/2019 By Yugandhara Shete

From Amar Chitra Katha to Champak, Chandamama, Tinkle, Nagraj, Super Commando Dhruv and many others, our childhood was made all the more blissful with these comics. Vacations were never complete without them! With the world changing at a faster pace, technology has taken a toll on these fond memories. Kids these days prefer mobile games over outdoor games and kindle screens over traditional paper books. With the growing use of smartphones, tablets and other digital screens, major publishers are releasing … Read More


Will we see Cyborg in the ‘Young Justice: Outsider’?
12:00 pm PDT 21/01/2019 By AnimationXpress Team

We get to know the goals of the light and how the characters of the Justice league plan to stop the team in the recent episodes of Young Justice but it also teases a new generation of heroes. While Teen Titans were nowhere to be seen in the animated series so far, the episode Evolution and its follow up Triptych make it clear that more members of the fan-favourite superhero group could be coming soon. Spoiler alert, during a scene … Read More


#FeatureFriday: Following the trend, the Indian comic characters take the #10yearchallenge
7:00 pm PDT 18/01/2019 By Yugandhara Shete

Searching for a 10 year old photograph of yours? Cannot miss the trend, right? The 10 year challenge has taken the social media world on fire. Its trending and how! Not just the youngsters, even the senior citizens are flaunting their transformation over the years through pictures. The meme started to take off after the start of the new year, largely on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Some say it’s a trick Facebook is using to get users’ data, some find … Read More


European AVGC sees sharp increase in streaming video consumption
4:00 pm PDT 16/01/2019 By AnimationXpress Team

ResearchAndMarkets launched a report of ‘European Animation, VFX & Games Industry: Strategies, Trends & Opportunities, 2019’ recently. The report states that the total value of the European animation industry was $45.6 billion in 2018 and is projected to reach $46.2 billion by 2020. The size of European video gaming industry was $19 billion in 2018 and is projected to reach 21.5 billion by 2020. The spend on special effects as a per cent of production cost is about 20-25 per cent. … Read More


Laurel and Hardy will be returning to comics
1:00 pm PDT 16/01/2019 By AnimationXpress Team

American Mythology Comics is bringing Laurel and Hardy’s shenanigans back to their fans. The publisher plans to celebrate and pay tribute to Stan and Ollie’s legacy by bringing the new stories to fans. The publisher is producing a new series and reprinting the tales with writers S.A. Check (The Three Stooges, Casper, Legend Gary), and Jordan Gershowitz (Tom and Jerry, Danger Mouse, Sesame Street). Art for the new series will be created by veteran comic artist, Jorge Pacheco (Rocky & … Read More


Comic Writer of ‘Star Wars comics’ Announces Final Issue
12:00 pm PDT 15/01/2019 By AnimationXpress Team

Having kept the fans gripped with dozens of issues of Star Wars Comics, writer Kieron Gillen recently revealed his plans of calling the curtains on the Stars Wars with his final issue #67 for the Galaxy so far, It’s also important to understand that Gillen might return in the future if he wishes from what he said in his newsletter. “I have three issues left to write in ‘The Scourging of Shu-Torun.’ That’s issue 67, the end of my story, … Read More