Writer Matthew Rosenberg discusses politics, convictions, and the "4 Kids Walk Into a Bank" team's response to North Carolina's anti-LGBT law.
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An intellectual property attorney strolls through the artists alley of a convention, and discovers "70-80% of the vendors and artists were selling infringing intellectual property."
The dark fantasy manga is a hit in both Japan and North America. We take a look at the beating heart of this tale of eat or be eaten.
Daniel Bayliss, Leila del Duca, Dan Mora, Marguerite Sauvage and Tillie Walden are the nominees for the 2016 Russ Manning Promising Newcomer Award.
The San Diego Hall of Champions announced it's been in talks with Comic-Con International to establish a comics-focused museum.
After shutting down in 2011, the one-time U.S. manga powerhouse is re-entering the print market with three manga based on Disney properties.
Only 10 copies of 1941's "Best Comics" #1 are known to exist, which explains why a retailer is asking what would be far and away a record price for a Canadian comic.
Blake Leibel, who co-created the 2010 graphic novel "Syndrome," is accused of torturing and killing his girlfriend.
Mell Lazarus, creator of the comic strips "Momma" and "Miss Peach," passed away Tuesday at age 89.
Pénélope Bagieu's "California Dreamin'" centers on Cass Elliott's life and career before she joined The Mamas & the Papas.
Nearly two years after charges of copyright violations led to the suspension of "Hi Score Girl," the romantic comedy manga is about to resume publication.
Creator Marguerite Dabaie talks with ROBOT 6 about her graphic novel "A Voyage to Panjikant," and why she turned to Kickstarter.
A class-action lawsuit claims Emerald City Comicon treated volunteers like employees but didn't pay them, in violation of labor laws.