The very first issue of 'One Piece' was released in 'Weekly Shonen Jump' magazine in 1997. Since then, the sprawling series has had more than 950 issues. But it all started with a little village boy named Monkey D. Luffey.
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Creators of the new series promise that they didn't kill off Drew to motivate the male character's actions, or intend for the series to be included in the 90th anniversary celebration of the character.
The Times brought back the rankings for illustrated content on October 2, more than two years after pulling it from publication in February 2017.
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The box office-topping "Joker," starring Joaquin Phoenix, has resurfaced questions about the character's origins.
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"The Walking Dead" #193 will be the long-running series' final issue. "I'm going to miss it as much as you will, if not more so," says Robert Kirkman.
"We are doing our homework and our due diligence on it, because we absolutely need to have a store in New York."
Someone stole Stan Lee's blood and stamped it on signed copies of "Black Panther," reportedly.
Marvel's gigantic blockbuster has more than one trick up its sleeve.
Why does the bad guy in Marvel's new movie look so similar to Ant-Man?
The lead singer talks about his new memoir, piloting his band's Ed Force One jumbo jet and creating epic metal that "rivals Cecil B. DeMille."
'Logan' director James Mangold is developing a script for an X-23-focused spinoff film.
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Distribution remains one of the biggest challenges for African-American artists.