About Marcel Green
Marcel Green is a writer for Screen Rant's Comics and Anime Sections.
Marcel is a founding member of Screen Rant's Anime Section
Marcel's writing focuses on comics, manga, and anime.
From Marvel, DC, and Shueisha to Kodansha, Shogakukan, Boom! Studios, Antarctic Press, Viz Media, Studio Ghibli, Crunchyroll, and BiliBili - Marcel's interests span the spectrum of comics and cartoons.
With the imminent return of the Kimi ni Todoko and the A Sign of Affection anime,, the scene is set for the triumphant return of shojo anime.
After months of silence about its production and release date, the upcoming Go! Go! Loser Ranger! anime finally gives fans new exciting information.
Shonen Jump is the king of the manga hill and has been for a while, but competitors Kodansha and Shogakukan have plenty of great titles worth a read.
"I've Been Mining Folklore, Cosmic Horror": DC's New Robin Promises the Darkest Boy Wonder in Gotham History
Batman’s perverted alternate is the focus of DC’s new City of Madness series; will his search for a sidekick of his own lead to an evil Robin?
Delicious in Dungeon updates the classic Dungeons and Dragons idea of adventure by literally spicing it up, and here's everything to know about it.
For over a decade, Puella Magi Madoka Magica has been one of the foremost series in dark magical girl anime – and there’s a reason for this.
Boruto was originally intended to be a story about the “next generation”, but this is only becoming true now that Two Blue Vortex has begun.
Sukuna’s return to his original form does not bode well for his opponents, and it suggests that fans' worst fears about another popular hero are true.
While rumors of Toriyama’s planned ending for Dragon Ball have become widespread, the reality, according to his first editor, is very different.
Power Rangers' Dragonzord has gotten a mind-blowing makeover, as the iconic Zord gets an upgrade by uniting with another '90s mega-franchise.
Shueisha and Marvel Comics continue to deepen their collaboration with a new series that’s sure to draw the attention of the manga and comics crowd.
While the hype surrounding Shonen Jump’s hot new manga Kagurabachi has focused on its likeness to Jujutsu Kaisen, it has a plan to go its own way.
In recent years, DC Comics has shown incredible creative foresight in its crossover content, but a Pokémon crossover would be a great opportunity.
Although Ryomen Sukuna has faced off against some of history’s most powerful sorcerers, he’s never encountered someone like the God of Lightning.
Sarada has got much of what it takes to be a Hokage, but her lack of confidence in herself proves she has a long way to go for her dream to come true.
While the destruction of Konoha seemed an inescapable result of the battle between Boruto and Kawaki, its fall will be due to a more sinister reason.