Opus and Abby mourn the loss of their favorite princess in Berkeley Breathed's tribute to Carrie Fisher.
"Kochira Katsushika-ku Kameari Koen Mae Hashutsujo," which debuted in Japan's "Shonen Jump" in 1976, will conclude in the Sept. 17 issue of the magazine.
Proclaiming that he's acquired the beloved "Calvin and Hobbes," the "Bloom County" creator promises (and delivers) new strips and merchandise.
A lengthy profile of the legendary comics creator asks, "Why is Stan Lee's Legacy in Question?"
The "Bloom County" creator -- and massive "Star Wars" fan -- shares what he calls "the fastest rejection in licensed comic book history."
Noelle Stevenson’s fantasy is only the third graphic novel to be shortlisted for the prestigious National Book Awards.
The celebrated cartoonist discussed reviving his series after 25 years and how Harper Lee inspired him to do so.
Released online, "Bloom County 2015" will join IDW's library of Berkeley Breathed books next summer in a full-color collection.
The Happy Meadow Monarchy Party's candidates and tanned, rested and ready to run again. OK, maybe not "rested."
Berkely Breathed has debuted the first full-color, Sunday Funnies-style installment of the new "Bloom County."
Berkeley Breathed debuted a new comic strip on his Facebook page, which officially confirmed his return to his Pulitzer Prize-winning "Bloom County."
Bill the Cat, Opus the Penguin, Hodge-Podge the Rabbit, and all the politically minded characters are back, just in time for the 2016 election.