ROBOT 6's "Store Tour" heads to Florida for the holidays with a stop by Coliseum of Comics near the Mall at Millenia in Orlando.
Kodansha Comics says it hopes to be able to license the next arc of Makoto Yukimura's historical manga, "but it's up in the air at the moment."
Spanish artist Luis Bermejo Rojo, widely known for his work for "Creepy" and for British comics, has died at age 84.
Citing exhaustion and the changing status of comic strips, Terry LaBan and Patty LaBan have announced they'll retire "Edge City."
The case of the two Iowa men accused of planning an attack on the Pokemon World Championships will head to trial in May.
“Even if we don’t make money back on the books, it’s still nice advertising,” says the owner of Ssalefish Comics in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
It's thought the skyrocketing demand that's triggered a LEGO shortage in Europe has also created a black market for the toys.
With properly zoned industrial space in high demand for marijuana cultivation, veteran retailer Chuck Rozanski is selling the chain's headquarters for three times what he paid for it.
Comic Kingdom's manager blames the closing on the digital age, saying, "It’s all internet and downloads now."
The online retail giant is opening its first-ever brick-and-mortar store this morning in its hometown of Seattle.
For The Comic Book Shop in Wilmington, Delaware, personal interactions and customer referrals are key, co-owner Sarah Titus tells ROBOT 6's Store Tour.
After a year-long feud over the term "Comic Con," organizers of Comic-Con International and Salt Lake Comic Con are set to meet next month with a judge about a possible resolution.
Emily Carroll's celebrated horror collection won a 2015 British Fantasy Award, presented Sunday at FantasyCon in Nottingham, England.
Surprised by the surge of sales this year, LEGO has announced it won't be able to deliver enough toys to European stores to meet holiday demand.
A look at a new wave of female superheroes, from TV's Supergirl and Jessica Jones to comics' Ms. Marvel.
The owner of Clint's Comics in Monroe, Louisiana, Clint Thomas was also a candidate for sheriff who had run for mayor five times.