After a 54-year run in newspapers, the soap-opera strip "Apartment 3-G" quietly came to an end over the weekend.
The cartoonist behind "Zippy the Pinhead" talks about his first graphic novel, a personal project that looks and at family, mystery and a long-forgotten cartoonist.
"We've seen a more diverse talent pool. You see more people coming in — more women joining — wanting to be involved in comics than ever before," says DC Entertainment Co-Publisher Dan DiDio. "That's a great thing; we can build out from there"
Japanese publisher Kadokawa will relaunch its English-language e-book service BookWalker on Oct. 8.
Comics legend Bill Griffith talks about Zippy’s adventures in the daily newspaper (with side trips to Hollywood) and his own journey from Levittown to San Francisco to Connecticut.