Japan's "Weekly Shonen Jump" will announce the nearly 15-year-old series is approaching its conclusion.
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.
Acclaimed cartoonist Raina Telgemeier spoke with CBR about interacting with young fans, her new fiction OGN and why her audience is getting younger.
ReedPOP's Lance Fensterman discusses the growth of New York Comic Con and the state of the geek-culture convention market.
Some of the most celebrated women in comics discuss gender parity in the industry, and overcoming tokenism, while offering advice for aspiring female creators.
The cartoonist wowed her fans, starting with a dramatic reading from "Sisters," and finishing with word about her new book, "Ghosts."
The Eisner Award-winning cartoonist known for Smile and Sisters has told fans that her next book will be on shelves next year.