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SINGAPORE: Netflix released lists of its most popular content in Japan, Korea, India and Malaysia on Monday (Dec 30), showing that a mix of American shows and local-language content best captured hearts and eyeballs in Asia this year, with Michael Bay's "6 Underground" the only title proving a top hit in all territories.
Many things happened in Malaysian writing: many new books were launched and published, literary events were celebrated, and Malaysian writers made a stir both locally and overseas.
Hanna Alkaf’s acclaimed novel 'The Weight Of Our Sky' has been adapted into a webcomic.
The movie showdown we all want to see comes on June 20, when the much anticipated Pixar sequel Toy Story 4 (June 20) is released alongside evil doll remake Child's Play.
The ravenous undead, palace intrigue, corruption in high places ... this one packs a lot into a meagre six episodes.
Malaysian animation studio DinoHowl on designing the keyart for the upcoming Singapore Toy, Game & Comic Convention.
More and more Malaysian comics are going international, partly due to an abundance of talent and a lack of outlets within the country.
It was a monstrous affair at the recent 2018 Eisner Awards, with Image Comics series 'Monstress' and Emil Ferris’ critically acclaimed graphic novel 'My Favorite Thing Is Monsters' the biggest winners.
Reimena Yee’s The Carpet Merchant Of Konstantiniyya is the first Malaysiancreator-owned comic to be nominated for an Eisner Award.
Malaysian comic artist Reimena Ashel Yee’s webcomic turned graphic novel, 'The Carpet Merchant Of Konstantiniyya', has been nominated for the Eisner Award for Best Digital Comic.