A Rochester, New York, businessman pleaded guilty to a federal racketeering charge for his role in orchestrating a robbery that led to the death of an elderly comic-book collector.
The convention company saw a decline in revenue from shows, even as it sunk money into the ConTV joint venture with Cinedigm.
The trial of two men suspected of planning an armed attack against the 2015 Pokemon World Championships has been delayed until November.
Kodansha Comics will publish "Attack on Titan: Lost Girls," an adaptation of the spinoff novel that tells the backstories of Annie Leonhart and Mikasa Ackerman.
More than 40 French publishers signed a statement saying they won't attend next year's Angouleme International Comics Festival unless there are significant changes to the way it's run.
Contrary to the assertion made in a New York Times op-ed piece, one writer argues "Asian superhero" definitely isn't an oxymoron.
How has graphic novel publishing changed in the past decades? A group of industry experts breaks it down.
An eagle-eyed employee of JHU Comic Books in Staten Island, New York, played superhero on Wednesday, helping police to catch an alleged shoplifter.
After a 54-year run in newspapers, the soap-opera strip "Apartment 3-G" quietly came to an end over the weekend.
Image Comics dominated BookScan's diverse October list of top-selling graphic novels in bookstores, with "The Walking Dead" placing four volumes.
The Lucas Museum of Narrative Art has acquired all of the original art from Robert Crumb's 2009 graphic novel "The Book of Genesis."
Vertigo is the first comics publisher to utilized Wattpad, the "social reading app" intended to connect writers to a worldwide community of readers.
Is Snoopy's popularity largely to blame for the beloved comic strip's slow decline?
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 are more than 2.5 million copies of "Attack on Titan" in print in English. Compare that to the 44 million in Japan.