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"BoJack Horseman" production designer Lisa Hanawalt tells CBR what brought her back for a new collection from Drawn & Quarterly.
The acclaimed cartoonist's latest book examines the genealogy of Mary and expresses Jesus' support of prostitution.
Cult cartoonist and musician Brian Chippendale discusses his new graphic novel, the politically satirical "Puke Force."
Self-deception rules the day in the former D+Q publisher's debut graphic novel, a chronicle of the collapse of a small business.
Hajime Isayama's hit manga sold nearly 8.8 million copies in Japan this year, a drop of almost 50 percent from 2013.
A decade after the publication of cartoons in the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten depicting the Prophet Muhammad, experts and journalists reflect on the controversy that followed.
The acclaimed independent publisher is the latest to partner with the digital comics distributor.
Jason Lutes' acclaimed historical drama "Berlin" enters its home stretch as Germany's Weimer Republic disintegrates from within.
Announced as a miniseries, "Naruto: The Seventh Hokage and the Scarlet Spring" was launched in April by "Naruto" creator Masashi Kishimoto.
Singapore's National Arts Council abruptly withdrew its grant for "The Art of Charlie Chan Hock Chye," saying the graphic novel "potentially undermines the authority or legitimacy of the Government and its public institutions."
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.
Peggy Burns reveals her excitement about the company's future while reflecting on D+Q's sometimes rocky past.
Peggy Burns has taken over the role of publisher from Drawn and Quarterly founder Chris Oliveros, who will now serve as contributing editor.