The conclusion of Tite Kubo's fantasy-adventure manga now has a slightly more firm date -- and it's approaching fast.
Articles by Brigid Alverson
Geneviève Castrée, whose debut graphic novel "Susceptible" was published in 2013 by Drawn & Quarterly, was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer just last year.
As the U.S. film adaptation goes into production, CBR digs into the appeal of tightly wound psychological -- and supernatural -- thriller.
A GoFundMe campaign has already raised more than $12,000 to help Big Brother Comics in Sacramento rebuild following a fire on Sunday.
"Dick Tracy" writer Mike Curtis has donated his collection of Superman memorabilia to establish a permanent exhibit at the Cleveland Public Library.
"Dragon Ball Super," a "Revolutionary Girl Utena" box set and a new series from the creators of "Deadman Wonderland" lead the manga announcements out of Anime Expo.
WizKids has canceled pre-release events for "Marvel HeroClix: The Superior Foes of Spider-Man" after a shipment was destroyed this week in a train wreck in Texas.
Japan's "Weekly Shonen Jump" will announce the nearly 15-year-old series is approaching its conclusion.
The original art for the cover of "Battle Classics" #3, featuring Sgt. Rock, came from the estate of the legendary artist.
Joyce Brabner has launched a GoFundMe campaign for a live feed of political cartoons and YouTube video from the Republican National Convention.
Comic-Con International has teamed with Cox Communications to bring free WiFi to downtown San Diego during the July event.
The editor talks with ROBOT 6 about his new publishing imprint, and his devotion to bringing classic comics back into print as graphic novels.
Organizers expect more than 100,000 people to turn out this weekend for Denver Comic Con, a significant increase from the 20,000 who showed up in 2012 for the first event.