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BOOM! Studios has signed a first-look licensing deal with online apparel retailer WeLoveFine that will kick off this week at Comic-Con International with a line of T-shirts based on Lumberjanes and a limited-edition tee inspired by The Woods.
A selection of designs, including the convention-exclusive Lumberjanes “Holy Kitten” tee and the Lumberjanes Group Shot messenger bag, will be available during Comic-Con at the BOOM! booth (#2229) and at the WeLoveFine booth (#1235). They’ll also be available beginning July 24 on the WeLoveFine website; the “Holy Kitten” convention exclusive can be purchased online for a limited time.
Check out the designs below. Comic-Con begins Wednesday with Preview Night.
Retailing | While Captain America: The Winter Soldier Ultimate Collection cracked Nielsen BookScan’s Top 20 graphic novels sold in bookstores, making it the first Marvel or DC Comics release since January to do so, the April chart was again dominated by three familiar titles: The Walking Dead, Attack on Titan and Saga, which claimed a combined 13 spots. The horror series by Robert Kirkman, Tony Moore and Charlie Adlard led the trio with six volumes, followed by Hajime Isayama’s dystopian fantasy with four, and Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples’ space opera with three. The 36th volume of Masashi Kishimoto’s hit manga Naruto was No. 1 in April. [ICv2.com]
Events | On the eve of the 11th Toronto Comic Arts Festival, The Japan Times looks at both the growing presence of manga, and Dork Shelf talks with festival director Christopher Butcher about its Comics vs. Games 3 showcase. Meanwhile, the National Post is running a series of conversations between artists attending TCAF, beginning with Georgia Webber and Seo Kim, and Réal Godbout and Nick Abadzis. You can read more of its festival coverage here. [Toronto Comic Arts Festival]