Riad Sattouf's graphic memoir "Arab of the Future" won this year's Los Angeles Times Book Prize in the graphic novel division.
Japanese publisher has purchased a controlling stake in Yen Press, a manga and graphic novel imprint of Hachette Book Group.
A lifelong collector in Seattle hopes to begin selling his 5,000 comics at Emerald City Comicon to help pay for his daughter's college education.
The trial of two men suspected of planning an armed attack against the 2015 Pokemon World Championships has been delayed until November.
The cousin of Superman co-creator Jerry Siegel, Irving Fine worked hard to preserve and promote the Man of Steel's legacy in Cleveland.
The Greater Houston Convention and Visitors Bureau has sued organizers of Space City Comic Con, claiming trademark infringement over the use of the term "Space City."
Lawyers for Comic-Con International and Salt Lake Comic Con have asked a judge to give them until March 1 to work out a potential agreement.
"Nimona," the fantasy comic by Noelle Stevenson, has been nominated for the Andre Norton Award for Young Adult Science Fiction and Fantasy.
More than 40 French publishers signed a statement saying they won't attend next year's Angouleme International Comics Festival unless there are significant changes to the way it's run.
Victoria Jamieson's "Roller Girl" and Noelle Stevenson's "Nimona" were among the winners of the Cybils awards, which honor children's and young adult books.
All seven members of the Angouleme grand jury have signed a letter criticizing the "cruelty and vulgarity" of the fake prizes presented at the festival's awards ceremony.
Already under fire for the all-male list of Grand Prix nominees, Angouleme organizers drew even more criticism after announcing fake festival awards on Saturday.
Belgian artist Hermann, perhaps best known to U.S. audiences for "Jeremiah," was selected as the winner of the Angouleme International Comics Festival's Grand Prix.
Ben Hatke's "Little Robot" has been selected by the Center for Children's Books at the University of Illinois as the winner of this year's Gryphon Award for Children's Literature.
A collection of about 36,000 comics, representing every title Marvel published from "Fantastic Four" #1 in 1961 through last year, was purchased for the $200,000 asking price.
The musician will record an album inspired by "Murder Ballads," the upcoming Z2 Comics miniseries by Gabe Soria and Paul Reinwand.
In the latest twist in the story, French illustrator Claire Wendling has asked people not to vote for her to receive the Grand Prix d'Angouleme.
Journalists and author Ta-Nehisi Coates, the writer of Marvel's new "Black Panther" series, is nominated for a National Book Critics Circle Award for criticism.