As expected, Tokyopop had big news at Anime Expo: plans for a resurgence, with new manga and anime acquisitions, and the launch of the PopComics app.
Maine Gov. Paul LePage joked that he'd like to "shoot" Bangor Daily News cartoonist George Danby. However, Danby isn't laughing.
Singapore's National Arts Council abruptly withdrew its grant for "The Art of Charlie Chan Hock Chye," saying the graphic novel "potentially undermines the authority or legitimacy of the Government and its public institutions."
The arrest of attorney Mohammed Moghini complicates the case of his client, Iranian artist Atena Farghadani, who has only a limited time to appeal her 12-year prison sentence.
A worn copy of 1939's "Superman" #3, worth about $2,000 because of its condition, disappeared sometime last week from Happy Harbor Comics in Edmonton, Alberta.
Comic-Con organizers seek a new sponsor for Artists' Alley following the withdrawal of DeviantArt.