Police fear that Kevin Norton and James Stumbo planned to stage a mass shooting at the Pokémon World Championships, held over the weekend in Boston.
Boston police arrested two heavily armed men they say posed a "real, serious threat" to attendees of this weekend's Pokémon World Championships.
OneBookShelf, the company that operates DriveThruComics and other websites, says its server was hacked, exposing customers' credit card information.
Ted Rall says he's "disgusted" the Los Angeles Times sided with the LAPD over his recent account on one of the newspaper's blogs about being stopped in 2001 for jaywalking.
As creator Kentaro Miura returns to "Berserk" after a 10-month hiatus, "Young Animal" magazine announces 35 million copies of the manga are in print worldwide.
A Connecticut seventh-grader won't be finishing out the school year this week after administrators learned about his "Death Note"-inspired booklet.
The South London crimefighter reveals that while his exploits only came to light last week, he's been patrolling the streets for three years.
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.
A masked vigilante is reportedly patrolling the streets of South London, stepping out of the darkness to fight muggers and break up drunken brawls.
A quartet of highly lauded crime writers sat down to share secrets and insights into the world in the shadows and how it relates to their work and lives.