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.
A class-action lawsuit claims Emerald City Comicon treated volunteers like employees but didn't pay them, in violation of labor laws.
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.
Viz Media will publish three novels based on "Naruto" and three based on "Tokyo Ghoul," and a "Gangsta" spinoff manga.
The winter edition of Comic Market in Tokyo attracted 520,000 attendees over three days, down from 560,000 last year.
Police in Amarillo, Texas, are searching for a man who robbed Big Apple Comics at gunpoint on Tuesday evening.
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.
“Even if we don’t make money back on the books, it’s still nice advertising,” says the owner of Ssalefish Comics in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
Yes, the countdown to Comic-Con International 2016 has already begun!
Just as his trial was set to begin on sedition charges, Malaysian cartoonist Zunar filed a petition with the country's high court to challenge the constitutionality of the sedition act.
Comic Kingdom's manager blames the closing on the digital age, saying, "It’s all internet and downloads now."
Malaysian cartoonist Zunar, who's awaiting trial on nine counts of sedition, claims Facebook has censored his cartoon featuring the wife of the country's prime minister.
The widely acclaimed comics were among most the 10 frequently challenged books in libraries and schools last year, according to the American Library Association.
Direct market sales increased, but at a much slower pace than in the past few years.
Kodansha Comics promises the "Biggest 'Attack on Titan' Manga Announcement Ever" next month at New York Comic Con.
Is Snoopy's popularity largely to blame for the beloved comic strip's slow decline?