Japan's "Weekly Shonen Jump" will announce the nearly 15-year-old series is approaching its conclusion.
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.
Ahead of this weekend's Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo, the Chicago Tribune takes a look at the event's growth and economic impact.
What's fueling the seismic changes with in the comics industry?
Victoria Jamieson's graphic novel was one of three children's books selected as Newbery Honor Books by the American Library Association.
The French satirical magazine plans to publish 1 million copies of a special issue commemorating the one-year anniversary of the deadly attack on its Paris office.
How has graphic novel publishing changed in the past decades? A group of industry experts breaks it down.
A look at four major "risk factors" the comics industry faces in 2015, from changes at Marvel and DC to virtual monopolies in print and digital distribution.
A 12-year-old boy experienced unexplained seizures and couldn't attend Tampa Bay Comic Con, so after he was released from the hospital, his neighbors threw him a convention of his own.
DC Comics claims Mad Engine's "Dad" T-shirt design infringes on its trademark for the iconic Superman shield.
Audiences who see "Boruto: Naruto the Movie" in Japanese theaters in August will receive a book that includes the final chapter of "Naruto" and a new one-shot story by Masashi Kishimoto.