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.
The Royal Zoological Society of Scotland has announced its first Cartoonist in Residence: Cameron McPhail and Kartoon Faktory.
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."
DC Comics claims Mad Engine's "Dad" T-shirt design infringes on its trademark for the iconic Superman shield.
Alison Bechdel's acclaimed 2006 graphic memoir grabbed the No. 2 spot on BookScan's list of graphic novels sold in bookstores in June. Are we witnessing a "Broadway bump"?
Scott Chantler, creator of such books as "Northwest Passage," "Two Generals" and "Three Thieves," will be the University of Windsor's very first cartoonist in residence.
Adjusting its methodology, San Diego's Convention Center Corp. now estimates Comic-Con International pumps $136 million -- not $178 million -- into the regional economy.
Announced as a miniseries, "Naruto: The Seventh Hokage and the Scarlet Spring" was launched in April by "Naruto" creator Masashi Kishimoto.
Convention organizers and city officials are expected to announce a two-year contract extension before Comic-Con officially kicks off July 9.
One writer analyzes the societal influences on Hajime Isayama's hit manga turned multimedia juggernaut.
Audiences who see "Boruto: Naruto the Movie" in Japanese theaters in August will receive a book that includes the final chapter of "Naruto" and a new one-shot story by Masashi Kishimoto.
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.
Japanese publisher Kadokawa has released a bilingual edition of "Sherlock: A Study in Pink," it manga adaptation of the hit BBC television series.
Comic-Con organizers seek a new sponsor for Artists' Alley following the withdrawal of DeviantArt.