Sonny Liew's "The Art of Charlie Chan Hock Chye," which stirred controversy in Singapore, is now the first graphic novel to win the Singapore Literature Prize for English Fiction.
Geneviève Castrée, whose debut graphic novel "Susceptible" was published in 2013 by Drawn & Quarterly, was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer just last year.
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."
Daniel Bayliss, Leila del Duca, Dan Mora, Marguerite Sauvage and Tillie Walden are the nominees for the 2016 Russ Manning Promising Newcomer Award.
"Hellboy" creator Mike Mignola has been as the Grand Master of the 2016 Spectrum Fantastic Art Awards.
CLAMP will return to the popular shoujo manga for the first time in 16 years with a sequel that focuses on Sakura in junior high school.
John Macaluso has resigned after four years as CEO and president of Wizard World, following the company's $4.3 million loss in 2015.
The man had copped to impersonating a federal agent in an attempt to gain access to Salt Lake Comic-Con's VIP area. However, the judge was concerned he didn't understand the ramifications of his plea.
"Andre the Giant: Closer to Heaven" and "Bounce!" lead the field for the 2016 Glyph Awards with three nominations each.
Kate Beaton, Seth, Jillian Tamaki and Michael DeForge are among the nominees for the 2016 Doug Wright Awards, which honor work by Canadian creators.
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.
Nick Sousanis' "Unflattening" won the 2016 Lynd Ward Prize for Graphic Novel of the Year, while Lucy Knisley's "Displacement" and Kathryn and Stuart Immonen's "Russian Olive to Red King" were named honor books.
The convention company saw a decline in revenue from shows, even as it sunk money into the ConTV joint venture with Cinedigm.