Kazu Kibuishi discusses bringing his epic even closer to its final chapter, and shares an exclusive look at Amulet: Supernova's official trailer.
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Mickey Spillane would be 100 years old this year, and Titan Comics is celebrating with a new Mike Hammer story.
On the outside, art fueled anti-Semitism. But inside the camps, it helped others survive.
Independent creators teach by revealing their biggest failures (and successes) at the Crowdfunding Ethics and Evolution SDCC panel.
Five Latinx creators gather at the Border Narratives: Beyond the Wall panel at SDCC to discuss their work and the current climate of discrimination.
Keisuke Itagaki’s Baki manga is being translated into English ahead of the Netflix anime, along with Moto Hagio's vampire manga The Poe Clan.
Writer and artist Ethan Young talks to CBR about the rule-breaking second volume of The Battles of Bridget Lee, The Miracle Child.
Marvel Editor-in-Chief C.B. Cebulski took the stage at Chicago's C2E2 convention, to let fans know about the career path that led him to the job.
Writer Emma Beeby talks to CBR about the fascinating true story beyond Mata Hari, part of Dark Horse's Berger Books lineup.
Mat Johnson and Warren Pleece talk to CBR about the new edition of Incognegro, and follow-up miniseires Incognegro: Renaissance.
Tee Franklin's Bingo Love started as a daydream, exploded on Kickstarter and will be published on Valentine's Day by Image.
Sweet Bessie Coleman! Lumberjanes has expanded into novels, and Mariko Tamaki & Brooklyn Allen tell CBR all about the new book series.
Shelley Bond took her NYCC audience to the Black Crown Pub, and Dirk Wood treated them to a preview of the new quarterly Full Bleed.
Oni Press celebrates 20 years of quirky characters and interesting stories with tales of adventure, romance, and hip-hop Kung Fu.
Saladin Ahmed's Abbott pits a hard-boiled reporter against a supernatural foe in the Detroit of 1972.
Writer Roye Okupe talks in-depth with CBR about the creation of YouNeek Studios, and showcasing life in Nigeria through comic books.
The legendary former Vertigo editor talks to CBR in-depth about the launch titles for her new creator-owned imprint, Berger Books.
Tini Howard & Gilbert Hernandez's Black Crown series Assassinistas pulls three female assassins out of retirement -- to raise tuition money.
Once again, March won an Eisner Award, and once again, Rep. John Lewis and his co-creators held a panel. But this year was different.
Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples's Saga took home four Eisners, and Jack Kirby received a posthumous Bill Finger Excellence in Comics Writing Award.