Former "Sonic the Hedgehog" editor and artist Scott Fulop says he is the owner of characters he created for the comic.
James Stumbo and Kevin Norton pleaded guilty to bringing weapons and ammunition to the 2015 Pokémon World Championships in Boston.
"Dick Tracy" writer Mike Curtis has donated his collection of Superman memorabilia to establish a permanent exhibit at the Cleveland Public Library.
The original art for the cover of "Battle Classics" #3, featuring Sgt. Rock, came from the estate of the legendary artist.
Comic-Con International has teamed with Cox Communications to bring free WiFi to downtown San Diego during the July event.
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."
After shutting down in 2011, the one-time U.S. manga powerhouse is re-entering the print market with three manga based on Disney properties.
Blake Leibel, who co-created the 2010 graphic novel "Syndrome," is accused of torturing and killing his girlfriend.
Mell Lazarus, creator of the comic strips "Momma" and "Miss Peach," passed away Tuesday at age 89.
Nearly two years after charges of copyright violations led to the suspension of "Hi Score Girl," the romantic comedy manga is about to resume publication.
A class-action lawsuit claims Emerald City Comicon treated volunteers like employees but didn't pay them, in violation of labor laws.
Two brothers in Florida has been charged with grand theft and 16 counts of dealing in stolen property after they allegedly stole $30,000 worth of comics from their grandparents.
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.
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.
Fantasy author Terry Brooks has been identified as the owner of a collection of vintage comics, valued at between $100,000 and $500,000, that was stolen from his former law firm.
CLAMP will return to the popular shoujo manga for the first time in 16 years with a sequel that focuses on Sakura in junior high school.
John Macaluso has resigned after four years as CEO and president of Wizard World, following the company's $4.3 million loss in 2015.
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.