A lengthy profile of the legendary comics creator asks, "Why is Stan Lee's Legacy in Question?"
"Ms. Marvel," by G. Willow Wilson and Adrian Alphona, won the second annual Dwayne McDuffie Award for Diversity in Comics.
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.
Ben Hatke's "Little Robot" has been selected by the Center for Children's Books at the University of Illinois as the winner of this year's Gryphon Award for Children's Literature.
Victoria Jamieson's graphic novel was one of three children's books selected as Newbery Honor Books by the American Library Association.
The annual report of the French association of comics journalists reveals "Asterix and the Missing Scroll" sold more than 2 million copies.
ReedPOP's Lance Fensterman discusses the growth of New York Comic Con and the state of the geek-culture convention market.
The winter edition of Comic Market in Tokyo attracted 520,000 attendees over three days, down from 560,000 last year.
The French satirical magazine plans to publish 1 million copies of a special issue commemorating the one-year anniversary of the deadly attack on its Paris office.
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.
The Angouleme International Comics Festival has announced its finalists, a list that includes "Southern Bastards," "Ms. Marvel," "Outcast," "Saga" and "Nimona."
Filled with one of the largest comic collections in the country, Koch Comics in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, isn't exactly the easiest place to find.
Hajime Isayama's hit manga sold nearly 8.8 million copies in Japan this year, a drop of almost 50 percent from 2013.
Citing exhaustion and the changing status of comic strips, Terry LaBan and Patty LaBan have announced they'll retire "Edge City."
Analysis by the University of Pennsylvania is billed as "the largest study to ever examine the Kickstarter community."
Although several British universities offer courses in graphic fiction, this is the first time a professor has been appointed to work exclusively on the subject.
Image Comics dominated BookScan's diverse October list of top-selling graphic novels in bookstores, with "The Walking Dead" placing four volumes.