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Lords of the ring
The next ongoing series from Joe Keatinge and artist Nick Barber is Ringside. Set in the world of professional wrestling, it deals with the struggles both inside and outside the ring, but Barber insists it will have appeal to everyone, not just sports fans. It’s on sale 25 November from Image.
You only need to glance at the shelves of a Forbidden Planet to see how big sales of manga are. Dark Horse has taken notice too. It’s stated, in an interview with AnimeNewsNetwork, that it plans to increase its manga output by 25 percent by 2016.
Charles Vess’s first published work, The Horns Of Elfland, is getting a long-overdue reissue this year from Archival Press. Originally published in 1979, these tales of faeries and witches should be of particular interest to fans of Stardust, on which Vess collaborated with Neil Gaiman.
I wakfu, do u?
Titan has announced a new ongoing comic based on Wakfu, the hugely popular online role playing game and TV show. The series, written by Kahel with art from Mig, debuts on 11 November. We’ve got no idea what the title means.