"Even though he’s changed wives twice and party affiliation five times since I’ve been watching him, the underlying personality disorder has remained remarkably stable," says Trudeau.
The original art for the cover of "Battle Classics" #3, featuring Sgt. Rock, came from the estate of the legendary artist.
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.
A longtime fan bought the final two pages of Herge's 1939 Tintin comic "King Ottokar's Sceptre" Saturday during an auction in Paris.
A Rochester, New York, businessman pleaded guilty to a federal racketeering charge for his role in orchestrating a robbery that led to the death of an elderly comic-book collector.
Original artwork by Herge, including the final spread from the Tintin story "King Ottokar's Sceptre," will go under the gavel April 30 in France.
Batman and Robin aren't gay, but why is there so much subtext that suggests otherwise?
Cartoonist Ted Rall claims he was defamed by the Los Angeles Times when the newspaper questioned the veracity of one of his blog posts.
A near-mint copy of 1962's "Amazing Fantasy" #15, featuring the first appearance of Spider-Man, fetched $454,100 at auction on Thursday.
A high-grade copy of the 1962 debut of Spider-Man is expected to fetch more than $400,000 at auction later this month.
An original illustration of Tintin by Herge for the 1936 book "The Blue Lotus" sold at auction this week for $1.2 million.
Debuting in 1938, the British magazine was officially certified last week as the longest-running weekly comic.