"Dick Tracy" writer Mike Curtis has donated his collection of Superman memorabilia to establish a permanent exhibit at the Cleveland Public Library.
Joyce Brabner has launched a GoFundMe campaign for a live feed of political cartoons and YouTube video from the Republican National Convention.
Comic-Con International has teamed with Cox Communications to bring free WiFi to downtown San Diego during the July event.
Daniel Bayliss, Leila del Duca, Dan Mora, Marguerite Sauvage and Tillie Walden are the nominees for the 2016 Russ Manning Promising Newcomer Award.
After shutting down in 2011, the one-time U.S. manga powerhouse is re-entering the print market with three manga based on Disney properties.
Nick Sousanis' "Unflattening" won the 2016 Lynd Ward Prize for Graphic Novel of the Year, while Lucy Knisley's "Displacement" and Kathryn and Stuart Immonen's "Russian Olive to Red King" were named honor books.
Author Ta-Nehisi Coates, the writer of Marvel's "Black Panther," has won a PEN Literary Award for his acclaimed memoir "Between the World and Me."
A lifelong collector in Seattle hopes to begin selling his 5,000 comics at Emerald City Comicon to help pay for his daughter's college education.
A lengthy profile of the legendary comics creator asks, "Why is Stan Lee's Legacy in Question?"
When Cape & Cowl Comics in Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia, fell upon tough times, customers organized a "cash mob," with each participant spending at least $10 at the store.
Belgian artist Hermann, perhaps best known to U.S. audiences for "Jeremiah," was selected as the winner of the Angouleme International Comics Festival's Grand Prix.
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.
How has graphic novel publishing changed in the past decades? A group of industry experts breaks it down.