Lumberjanes co-creator Grace Ellis, artist Shae Beagle and editor Laurenn McCubbin tell CBR about new Image series Moonstruck.
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Greg Goldstein explains why Star Wars Adventures is at home at IDW, and how to make all-ages comics a success in the direct market.
Lucy Knisley, Janet Lee and Carol Tilley discussed the importance of women creating comics in the past, present and future.
CBR has the exclusive first look at Range Murata and Tomer Hanuka's contributions to OTOMO: A Global Tribute to the Mind Behind Akira.
The problems of 2016's show in the rear view mirror, the Angouleme International Comics Festival once again found itself in 2017.
It's an eventful week for purported comic book convention thieves.
Comics fan Lan Diep brought his prized possession to his swearing-in ceremony for San Jose City Council.
The Civil Rights memoir graphic novel series garners even more acclaim, "DC Super Hero Girls" creators explain Harley Quinn's appeal, and more.
Graphic novels was the only adult fiction category in the bookstore channel to show an increase in 2016.
A report indicates that billionaire Isaac Perlmutter is poised to become a "key adviser" on veterans affairs in the Trump administration.
The Civil Rights graphic memoir serves not only as an insightful look at the past, but as a blueprint to future movements for social and political change.
Amazing Conventions has canceled its 2017 events in Arizona and Houston, citing "changes in guest policies, the comic market, and social climate."
Publisher Tom Kaczynski explains what's next for the small press company, and why Kickstarter is integral to its goals.
The company, which plans to produce 16 conventions next year, has secured an investment from a hedge fund to use for working capital and expansion.
Meanwhile, U.S. President-elect Donald Trump makes his less-than-flattering manga debut.