Organizers expect more than 100,000 people to turn out this weekend for Denver Comic Con, a significant increase from the 20,000 who showed up in 2012 for the first event.
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.
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.
Nick Sousanis' "Unflattening" won the 2016 Lynd Ward Prize for Graphic Novel of the Year, while Lucy Knisley's "Displacement" and Kathryn and Stuart Immonen's "Russian Olive to Red King" were named honor books.
The acclaimed graphic novel by Jillian Tamaki and Mariko Tamaki has been pulled from elementary school libraries in two Florida school districts.
The case of the two Iowa men accused of planning an attack on the Pokemon World Championships will head to trial in May.
The West Philadelphia store will close after six years to focus attention on its Eisner-winning work as a publisher.
After a profitable 2014, Wizard World is reporting losses in the second quarter of this year.
The Association of American Editorial Cartoonists has asked for an independent review of the LAPD audio tape that led to the Los Angeles Times' decision to cut ties with Ted Rall.
Ted Rall says he's "disgusted" the Los Angeles Times sided with the LAPD over his recent account on one of the newspaper's blogs about being stopped in 2001 for jaywalking.
Creator Masashi Kishimoto thought he'd get a break after "Naruto" ended its 15-year run, but he moved from the manga to working on "Boruto: Naruto the Movie."
Gilbert Hernandez's graphic novel will be available in the Rio Rancho High School library in the fall, but students will be required to get a parent's signature before they can check it out.
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.