Deputies in Orange County, Florida, have nabbed a suspect they believe committed eight armed robberies, two of which while dressed as the Caped Crusader.
"Ms. Marvel," by G. Willow Wilson and Adrian Alphona, won the second annual Dwayne McDuffie Award for Diversity in Comics.
The legendary creator will make his final convention appearance in Canada in September, saying, "I’m 93 years old. I don’t know how much longer I’ll be able to do it. I want to make this one big event."
When Cape & Cowl Comics in Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia, fell upon tough times, customers organized a "cash mob," with each participant spending at least $10 at the store.
Victoria Jamieson's "Roller Girl" and Noelle Stevenson's "Nimona" were among the winners of the Cybils awards, which honor children's and young adult books.
A high-grade copy of the 1962 debut of Spider-Man is expected to fetch more than $400,000 at auction later this month.
Pierre Christin discusses the many parallels between his earlier space opera "Valerian and Laureline" and "Star Wars."
A collection of about 36,000 comics, representing every title Marvel published from "Fantastic Four" #1 in 1961 through last year, was purchased for the $200,000 asking price.
The musician will record an album inspired by "Murder Ballads," the upcoming Z2 Comics miniseries by Gabe Soria and Paul Reinwand.
The manga publisher and anime distributor has struck separate agreements with retailers Walmart and Best Buy.
What's fueling the seismic changes with in the comics industry?
Journalists and author Ta-Nehisi Coates, the writer of Marvel's new "Black Panther" series, is nominated for a National Book Critics Circle Award for criticism.
Kondansha Comics will release DVDs of the first two episodes of the spinoff anime "Attack on Titan: No Regrets" with special editions of the 18th and 19th volumes of "Attack on Titan."
The cartoon in the French satirical magazine depicts 3-year-old Alan Kurdi, who drowned fleeing from Syria, as a sex attacker.
Contrary to the assertion made in a New York Times op-ed piece, one writer argues "Asian superhero" definitely isn't an oxymoron.
The end of "Edge City" after 15 years spurs an examination of the state of the newspaper comics page, which faces shrinking budgets, shrinking space and a preference for the familiar.
An eagle-eyed employee of JHU Comic Books in Staten Island, New York, played superhero on Wednesday, helping police to catch an alleged shoplifter.
Filled with one of the largest comic collections in the country, Koch Comics in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, isn't exactly the easiest place to find.