The company, which plans to produce 16 conventions next year, has secured an investment from a hedge fund to use for working capital and expansion.
"Drama," "This One Summer" and "Black Butler" were among the books banned, challenged and, yes, destroyed in Texas schools in 2015-2016.
The Image Comics series by Kelly Sue DeConnick, Valentine De Landro, Robert Wilson IV and Cris Peter was honored over the weekend with a British Fantasy Award for best comic/graphic novel.
A patron is criticizing a Gainesville, Florida, public library for declining to stock "Clinton Cash: A Graphic Novel." The library says it already has 11 copies of the prose book, in four formats.
Managing director Nick Landau and executive director Vivian Cheung discuss the history and growth of Titan Comics.
With the release of her latest graphic novel, Raina Telgemeier discusses her young audience, some of whom think of her as a peer.
This year's festival will be under new management, with a new artistic director and a nominating committee comprised of three men and three women.
Thieves broke into a comic store in Grinnell, Iowa, last week, and made off with $300 in cash and $1,300 worth of "Magic: The Gathering" cards.
"Kochira Katsushika-ku Kameari Koen Mae Hashutsujo," which debuted in Japan's "Shonen Jump" in 1976, will conclude in the Sept. 17 issue of the magazine.
The organizers of Comic-Con International and WonderCon bought two office buildings and a warehouse in San Diego for $6.3 million, but are keeping quiet on their plans for them.
A special cover of AfterShock's "Alters" commissioned by a North Carolina retailer depicts the transgender superhero Chalice replacing traditional restroom signs with unisex ones.
Neil Gaiman and J.H. Williams II's "The Sandman: Overture" wins a Hugo, New York Comic Con expands, and more!
Are Ash and Red actually related? Plus, comic sales are surging upward, and NYCC's ticket sales process might be applicable to banks.
Plus, Art Spiegelman reflects on the 30th anniversary of "Maus," online comics for the blind, and more.