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Comics A.M. | Do kids still actually read comic strips?
Comic strips | Prompted by the insult-filled message left by an 8-year-old for the newspaper editor who dropped his favorite comics, Michael Cavna asks Big Nate creator Lincoln Peirce whether …
Comics A.M. | ‘Fun Home’ dispute part of larger battle in S.C.
Politics | Framing the controversy as part of a larger political battle between South Carolina’s lawmakers and its public universities, The Washington Post wades into the ongoing saga surrounding the …
Trade paperbacks, older editions, and miscellaneous for May 2013
“Well he said, ‘One thing, before I graduate / Never let your fear decide your fate.'” Big Nate: Game On! by Lincoln Pierce (writer/artist). $9.99, 224 pgs, FC, Andrews McMeel …
ComiXology and Andrews McMeel announce digital-distribution deal
Continuing its busy week, comiXology has announced a deal with Andrews McMeel Publishing to bring Garry Trudeau’s Doonesbury, Lincoln Peirce’s Big Nate and Scott Adams’ Dilbert and other comic strips …
Cul de Sac ends after five years of syndication
Richard Thompson ended the five-year syndicated run of Cul de Sac on Sunday with a funny and touching salute to “the dying art form” of the comic strip. The cartoonist …
Andrews McMeel Publishing reveals covers, titles for AMP! kids line
As Kevin reported back in March, Andrews McMeel — the company that publishes the collections of popular newspaper comic strips like The Far Side, Calvin and Hobbes, Cul de Sac, Baby Blues, …
Andrews McMeel launches AMP! Comics for Kids line
Andrews McMeel Publishing, a corporate sibling of Universal Uclick, in August will launch AMP! Comics for Kids, a line of paperback graphic novels aimed at middle-school readers, Publishers Weekly reports. …
Digital Comic Resources: What’s Old is New Again
IDW moves to comiXology, manga creator Ken Akamatsu offers out-of-print manga for free, research shows that people go to bookstores to buy e-books and Eddie Campbell goes digital.