Some of the last work form the late creator of "Cul de Sac" was done for Pixar's acclaimed film.
An installment of the popular comic strip was removed from syndication last week because of a gag involving ISIS, leading cartoonist Stephan Pastis to post it on Twitter.
If you're in San Diego this week but you don't have a badge for Comic-Con International, there are still plenty of events you can enjoy.
Geneviève Castrée, whose debut graphic novel "Susceptible" was published in 2013 by Drawn & Quarterly, was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer just last year.
Mell Lazarus, creator of the comic strips "Momma" and "Miss Peach," passed away Tuesday at age 89.
The trial of two men suspected of planning an armed attack against the 2015 Pokemon World Championships has been delayed until November.
Kodansha Comics will publish "Attack on Titan: Lost Girls," an adaptation of the spinoff novel that tells the backstories of Annie Leonhart and Mikasa Ackerman.
The Japanese government hopes the "Manga National Center" will be open in time for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
The Greater Houston Convention and Visitors Bureau has sued organizers of Space City Comic Con, claiming trademark infringement over the use of the term "Space City."
Lawyers for Comic-Con International and Salt Lake Comic Con have asked a judge to give them until March 1 to work out a potential agreement.
"Nimona," the fantasy comic by Noelle Stevenson, has been nominated for the Andre Norton Award for Young Adult Science Fiction and Fantasy.
Cartoonist Jack Elrod, who wrote and drew the "Mark Trail" comic strip from 1978 to 2014, has passed away at age 92.
Ben Hatke's "Little Robot" has been selected by the Center for Children's Books at the University of Illinois as the winner of this year's Gryphon Award for Children's Literature.
The end of "Edge City" after 15 years spurs an examination of the state of the newspaper comics page, which faces shrinking budgets, shrinking space and a preference for the familiar.
Citing exhaustion and the changing status of comic strips, Terry LaBan and Patty LaBan have announced they'll retire "Edge City."
After a 54-year run in newspapers, the soap-opera strip "Apartment 3-G" quietly came to an end over the weekend.
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.