New York City Council passed legislation that will allow the Department of Transportation to regulate pedestrian plazas and restrict Times Square's infamous costumed characters to designated "activity zones."
A collection of more than 1,000 classic comics, including the first appearances of Batman and Superman, debuted in London ahead of a world tour.
The producers of Salt Lake Comic Con have partnered with the parent company of Funko to expand their FanXperience events into the Philippines, China and Thailand.
Akira Himekawa, the two-woman team behind the "Legend of Zelda" manga, will return with "The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess."
ReedPOP's Lance Fensterman discusses the growth of New York Comic Con and the state of the geek-culture convention market.
The winter edition of Comic Market in Tokyo attracted 520,000 attendees over three days, down from 560,000 last year.
The case of the two Iowa men accused of planning an attack on the Pokemon World Championships will head to trial in May.
The new edition will feature the correct name of the artist, who announced earlier this year that she's transgender, as well as a new cover.
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.
A look at a new wave of female superheroes, from TV's Supergirl and Jessica Jones to comics' Ms. Marvel.
An original illustration of Tintin by Herge for the 1936 book "The Blue Lotus" sold at auction this week for $1.2 million.
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."
Kodansha Comics promises the "Biggest 'Attack on Titan' Manga Announcement Ever" next month at New York Comic Con.
Noelle Stevenon's fantasy comic has been longlisted for the National Book Awards in the Young People's Literature category.
A 12-year-old boy experienced unexplained seizures and couldn't attend Tampa Bay Comic Con, so after he was released from the hospital, his neighbors threw him a convention of his own.
After a profitable 2014, Wizard World is reporting losses in the second quarter of this year.