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Toyotarou discusses how he became the artist on one of the biggest mangas ever, and how his art differs from DBZ creator Akira Toriyama.
Amnesty International is calling on the government of Malaysia to revoke a travel ban placed on political cartoonist Zunar.
The "Walking Dead" artist plans to use his new role as UK Comics Laureate to increase the acceptance of comics as a medium for everyone.
ICv2's Griepp looks back on the last year of Direct Market data, and painted a picture of where he sees things heading in 2017 and beyond.
Ta-Nehisi Coates, Steve Orlando and Tee Vixen Franklin tackled the topic of race and gender representation in comics.
APE organizer Dan Vado looks back at the way things were and forward to this year's event, surveying the indy-comics landscape as a whole.
The publisher's upcoming slate includes series ranging from fighting gemgirls to a comedy about a man who is reincarnated as a sentient blob of slime
"Drama," "This One Summer" and "Black Butler" were among the books banned, challenged and, yes, destroyed in Texas schools in 2015-2016.
The Image Comics series by Kelly Sue DeConnick, Valentine De Landro, Robert Wilson IV and Cris Peter was honored over the weekend with a British Fantasy Award for best comic/graphic novel.
A patron is criticizing a Gainesville, Florida, public library for declining to stock "Clinton Cash: A Graphic Novel." The library says it already has 11 copies of the prose book, in four formats.
We mark the 20th anniversary of the beloved anime's U.S. debut with a look at the franchise's journey to North America and its impact on audiences.
Managing director Nick Landau and executive director Vivian Cheung discuss the history and growth of Titan Comics.