An intellectual property attorney strolls through the artists alley of a convention, and discovers "70-80% of the vendors and artists were selling infringing intellectual property."
A 1940s-era law still on the books in Canada bans the publishing, sale or possession with intent to sell of any comic depicting crime. Luckily, it's seldom enforced.
Koyama Press profiled! Go inside the Art of EC Comics! Interviews with Tom Smith and Joe Simon's granddaughter Megan Margulies!
The San Diego Chargers support the construction of a multi-use stadium that's not connected to the San Diego Convention Center, but Comic-Con organizers still back a plan for a contiguous expansion.
Ray Brown doesn't even read comic books. "They take up a lot of room," he says. "They don't eat anything, though."
How has graphic novel publishing changed in the past decades? A group of industry experts breaks it down.
Police in Amarillo, Texas, are searching for a man who robbed Big Apple Comics at gunpoint on Tuesday evening.
Analysis by the University of Pennsylvania is billed as "the largest study to ever examine the Kickstarter community."
Published from 1990 to 1995 by Fantagraphics, Eichhorn's "Real Stuff" was illustrated by the likes of Lynda Barry, Chester Brown, Peter Kuper, Joe Sacco, Roberta Gregory and Ed Brubaker.
The Lucas Museum of Narrative Art has acquired all of the original art from Robert Crumb's 2009 graphic novel "The Book of Genesis."
Despite the ascendance of creator-owned comics, Marvel and DC remain indispensable. Here's why.
Is Snoopy's popularity largely to blame for the beloved comic strip's slow decline?
The Clown Prince of Crime is back with a vengeance, as 1989's "Batman: The Killing Joke" claims the top spot on BookScan's list of graphic novels sold in bookstores in July.
"The Fortress of Solitude" author Jonathan Lethem becomes the first writer known primarily for his work outside of comics to guest-edit an edition of "Best American Comics."
The are more than 2.5 million copies of "Attack on Titan" in print in English. Compare that to the 44 million in Japan.
Announced as a miniseries, "Naruto: The Seventh Hokage and the Scarlet Spring" was launched in April by "Naruto" creator Masashi Kishimoto.
In a 6-3 decision, the U.S. Supreme Court found that Marvel didn't owe inventor Stephen Kimble additional royalties, because his patent for a toy web blaster had expired.