Japanese publisher Kadokawa will relaunch its English-language e-book service BookWalker on Oct. 8.
Ahead of this weekend's Salt Lake Comic Con, one of event's co-founders says settlement talks are under way with Comic-Con International in the fight over the term "Comic Con."
After 41 years in business, Chicago's Variety Comics will close its doors for good on Halloween.
Debuting in 1938, the British magazine was officially certified last week as the longest-running weekly comic.
The deluxe edition of Alan Moore and Brian Bolland's 1988 Batman one-shot topped BookScan's list of graphic novels sold in bookstores for the second month in a row.
Video game company SNK Playmore is dropping year-old criminal charges against manga publisher Square Enix, which is now free to continue publishing "Hi Score Girl."
Salt Lake Comic Con organizers are shooting to beat the record for the largest gathering of people dressed as comic characters set in 2011 at the opening of World Joyland theme park in China.
The Association of American Editorial Cartoonists has asked for an independent review of the LAPD audio tape that led to the Los Angeles Times' decision to cut ties with Ted Rall.
OneBookShelf, the company that operates DriveThruComics and other websites, says its server was hacked, exposing customers' credit card information.
The Royal Zoological Society of Scotland has announced its first Cartoonist in Residence: Cameron McPhail and Kartoon Faktory.
The Clown Prince of Crime is back with a vengeance, as 1989's "Batman: The Killing Joke" claims the top spot on BookScan's list of graphic novels sold in bookstores in July.
A free app, "Magazine Pocket" features titles already serialized in "Weekly Shonen Magazine," along with exclusive spinoffs of "Fairy Tail" and "Ace of Diamond."
The cartoonist has presented an enhanced version of an LAPD audiotape that he says supports his account of a 2001 encounter with police.
"Naruto" creator Masashi Kishimoto has teamed with Kenji Taira for a one-shot manga that ties in to "Boruto: Naruto the Movie."
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.