The conclusion of Tite Kubo's fantasy-adventure manga now has a slightly more firm date -- and it's approaching fast.
The man had copped to impersonating a federal agent in an attempt to gain access to Salt Lake Comic-Con's VIP area. However, the judge was concerned he didn't understand the ramifications of his plea.
Original artwork by Herge, including the final spread from the Tintin story "King Ottokar's Sceptre," will go under the gavel April 30 in France.
The legendary cartoonist was recognized on his 95th birthday with the world record for the longest career of a comics artist.
Released in time for "Batman v Superman," DC's collection of the greatest fights between the Dark Knight and Man of Steel was the bestselling graphic novel in bookstores in March.
The producers of Salt Lake Comic Con have partnered with the parent company of Funko to expand their FanXperience events into the Philippines, China and Thailand.
The cousin of Superman co-creator Jerry Siegel, Irving Fine worked hard to preserve and promote the Man of Steel's legacy in Cleveland.
"It actually goes back to the series I worked on before, 'Rave Master,'" Hiro Mashima explains. "In one episode, there was a scene where a group of guys are hanging out at a bar. That was fun to draw. So I wanted to draw a manga with the feel of guys hanging out at a bar."
Journalists and author Ta-Nehisi Coates, the writer of Marvel's new "Black Panther" series, is nominated for a National Book Critics Circle Award for criticism.
Ray Brown doesn't even read comic books. "They take up a lot of room," he says. "They don't eat anything, though."
The annual report of the French association of comics journalists reveals "Asterix and the Missing Scroll" sold more than 2 million copies.
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.
Analysis by the University of Pennsylvania is billed as "the largest study to ever examine the Kickstarter community."
Saying the company decided to "swim upstream," BOOM! Studios' Filip Sablik explains the decision to reduce the number of titles published.
"We've seen a more diverse talent pool. You see more people coming in — more women joining — wanting to be involved in comics than ever before," says DC Entertainment Co-Publisher Dan DiDio. "That's a great thing; we can build out from there"