Plus, Art Spiegelman reflects on the 30th anniversary of "Maus," online comics for the blind, and more.
A visit to Anthony’s Comics Book Art in Moonachie, New Jersey, reveals 8,000 square feet packed with comic book history.
Tite Kubo's long-running fantasy-adventure manga will come to an end with the next issue of "Weekly Shonen Jump," which goes on sale Aug. 22 in Japan.
If you're in San Diego this week but you don't have a badge for Comic-Con International, there are still plenty of events you can enjoy.
Convention and law-enforcement officials address security measures surrounding the annual event, which kicks off Wednesday in San Diego.
A GoFundMe campaign has already raised more than $12,000 to help Big Brother Comics in Sacramento rebuild following a fire on Sunday.
Daniel Bayliss, Leila del Duca, Dan Mora, Marguerite Sauvage and Tillie Walden are the nominees for the 2016 Russ Manning Promising Newcomer Award.
The San Diego Hall of Champions announced it's been in talks with Comic-Con International to establish a comics-focused museum.
Blake Leibel, who co-created the 2010 graphic novel "Syndrome," is accused of torturing and killing his girlfriend.
"Hellboy" creator Mike Mignola has been as the Grand Master of the 2016 Spectrum Fantastic Art Awards.
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.
New York City Council passed legislation that will allow the Department of Transportation to regulate pedestrian plazas and restrict Times Square's infamous costumed characters to designated "activity zones."
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.
Four volumes of Sui Ishida's dark fantasy manga appear on BookScan's February list of the Top 20 bestselling graphic novels in bookstores.
Deputies in Orange County, Florida, have nabbed a suspect they believe committed eight armed robberies, two of which while dressed as the Caped Crusader.
Lawyers for Comic-Con International and Salt Lake Comic Con have asked a judge to give them until March 1 to work out a potential agreement.