A visit to Anthony’s Comics Book Art in Moonachie, New Jersey, reveals 8,000 square feet packed with comic book history.
Tite Kubo's long-running fantasy-adventure manga will come to an end with the next issue of "Weekly Shonen Jump," which goes on sale Aug. 22 in Japan.
DC Comics co-publisher Dan DiDio sees monthly sales as essential to the publisher's long term health.
An installment of the popular comic strip was removed from syndication last week because of a gag involving ISIS, leading cartoonist Stephan Pastis to post it on Twitter.
Creators Dan Jurgens, Mike Mayhew, Greg Pak and Jimmy Palmiotti offer their perspective on what comics retailers do right -- and wrong.
If you're in San Diego this week but you don't have a badge for Comic-Con International, there are still plenty of events you can enjoy.
Convention and law-enforcement officials address security measures surrounding the annual event, which kicks off Wednesday in San Diego.
The conclusion of Tite Kubo's fantasy-adventure manga now has a slightly more firm date -- and it's approaching fast.
"Dick Tracy" writer Mike Curtis has donated his collection of Superman memorabilia to establish a permanent exhibit at the Cleveland Public Library.
Joyce Brabner has launched a GoFundMe campaign for a live feed of political cartoons and YouTube video from the Republican National Convention.
Comic-Con International has teamed with Cox Communications to bring free WiFi to downtown San Diego during the July event.
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.
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."
Daniel Bayliss, Leila del Duca, Dan Mora, Marguerite Sauvage and Tillie Walden are the nominees for the 2016 Russ Manning Promising Newcomer Award.
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.
Only 10 copies of 1941's "Best Comics" #1 are known to exist, which explains why a retailer is asking what would be far and away a record price for a Canadian comic.