Former "Sonic the Hedgehog" editor and artist Scott Fulop says he is the owner of characters he created for the comic.
J.S. Burgers Cafe is serving up black bun burgers, a Slimer smoothie, and a Marshmallow Mad Burger to commemorate the July film release.
A mother who planned to sell a "Supermanny" comic to benefit her disabled son reportedly drew objections from DC Comics when she filed a trademark application.
The convention company saw a decline in revenue from shows, even as it sunk money into the ConTV joint venture with Cinedigm.
To attract part-time employees, McDonald's Japan teamed with Studio Colorido for an anime recruitment ad that's also a coming-of-age story.
The Japanese government hopes the "Manga National Center" will be open in time for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
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.
A lengthy profile of the legendary comics creator asks, "Why is Stan Lee's Legacy in Question?"
Victoria Jamieson's "Roller Girl" and Noelle Stevenson's "Nimona" were among the winners of the Cybils awards, which honor children's and young adult books.
Goku and Vegeta loom over Japan's 67th Sapporo Snow Festival in a massive "Dragon Ball Super" snow sculpture.
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.
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The driver who seriously injured a woman when he plowed through the crowd last year at San Diego ZombieWalk, was sentenced to 60 days of house arrest.
Police in Japan arrested three men on charges of copyright violation for allegedly scanning and uploading the latest chapter of "One Piece" to an English-language website.
Amazon's editors select their best comics and graphic novels of the year, a list led by "The Sandman: Overture Deluxe Edition," by Neil Gaiman and J.H. Williams III.
Due to the United Kingdom's strict gun laws, some cosplayers at London's MCM Comic Con had their fake guns confiscated at the door.
Saying the company decided to "swim upstream," BOOM! Studios' Filip Sablik explains the decision to reduce the number of titles published.