"Hellboy" creator Mike Mignola has been as the Grand Master of the 2016 Spectrum Fantastic Art Awards.
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.
Ray Brown doesn't even read comic books. "They take up a lot of room," he says. "They don't eat anything, though."
The annual report of the French association of comics journalists reveals "Asterix and the Missing Scroll" sold more than 2 million copies.
The West Philadelphia store will close after six years to focus attention on its Eisner-winning work as a publisher.
Yes, the countdown to Comic-Con International 2016 has already begun!
Just as his trial was set to begin on sedition charges, Malaysian cartoonist Zunar filed a petition with the country's high court to challenge the constitutionality of the sedition act.
Two episodes from the "Cursed Earth" storyline will be published for the first time since 1978, thanks to changes to the European Copyright Directive.
Malaysian cartoonist Zunar, who's awaiting trial on nine counts of sedition, claims Facebook has censored his cartoon featuring the wife of the country's prime minister.
Published from 1990 to 1995 by Fantagraphics, Eichhorn's "Real Stuff" was illustrated by the likes of Lynda Barry, Chester Brown, Peter Kuper, Joe Sacco, Roberta Gregory and Ed Brubaker.
After a profitable 2014, Wizard World is reporting losses in the second quarter of this year.
One of 38 manga and anime deemed last month by the Chinese government to contain “severely improper content,” "Death Note" is one of the hottest topics on that country's social media.
Crafton Hills College President Cheryl A. Marshall has clarified that graphic novels contested by a student will not be banned or removed from the course's syllabus.
Objecting to the content of some of the graphic novels required for an English class, a California college student wants to have the "garbage" banned from campus.