"Dick Tracy" writer Mike Curtis has donated his collection of Superman memorabilia to establish a permanent exhibit at the Cleveland Public Library.
Viz Media will publish three novels based on "Naruto" and three based on "Tokyo Ghoul," and a "Gangsta" spinoff manga.
Jimmy Kimmel debuted the trailer for "America: Civil War," which recasts Bernie Sanders as Captain America and Donald Trump as Iron Man.
The legendary cartoonist was recognized on his 95th birthday with the world record for the longest career of a comics artist.
Released in time for "Batman v Superman," DC's collection of the greatest fights between the Dark Knight and Man of Steel was the bestselling graphic novel in bookstores in March.
New York City Council is once again taking up legislation that would place restrictions on Time Square's infamous costumed characters.
"Gravity Falls" creator Alex Hirsch and animator Dana Terrace hilariously reimagine presidential candidates as pocket monsters.
The New Hampshire primary cards, featuring everyone from "Canadian Cruz" to "Batty Bernie," will be available only for a limited time.
Akira Himekawa, the two-woman team behind the "Legend of Zelda" manga, will return with "The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess."
The reclusive Marvel CEO has drawn criticism for a donation to a fundraiser for wounded veterans organized by GOP presidential frontrunner Donald Trump.
The Republican presidential candidate criticized had criticized the editorial cartoon, which took aim at the use of his children in a campaign commercial.
Originally published in North America in the mid-2000s by Tokyopop, "Fruits Basket" will return in a series of omnibus editions from Yen Press.
With no clone armies or elaborate subterfuge, a city council candidate who assumed the identity of the "Star Wars" villain has been elected to office in Odessa, Ukraine.
To mark his 63rd birthday, artists displayed paintings depicting the Russian president as figures ranging from Batman and the Hulk to Buddha and Muhammad Ali.
The Happy Meadow Monarchy Party's candidates and tanned, rested and ready to run again. OK, maybe not "rested."
A group seeking to legalize marijuana in Ohio has enlisted a superhero to the cause, but not everyone's happy about it. Buddie looks elated, though.
Appearing at the Iowa State Fair, 2016 Republican frontrunner Donald Trump broke the first rule of super-fight club: He revealed his secret identity.
The venerable humor publication shares a Jeff Kruse/Ward Sutton strip zinging "Campaign Quotes That Would Be Refreshing."