Citing exhaustion and the changing status of comic strips, Terry LaBan and Patty LaBan have announced they'll retire "Edge City."
Police in Amarillo, Texas, are searching for a man who robbed Big Apple Comics at gunpoint on Tuesday evening.
Analysis by the University of Pennsylvania is billed as "the largest study to ever examine the Kickstarter community."
Three burglars were in and out of the Pop Culture Company in just three minutes, making off with the register, the safe and more.
Through an agreement with the consignor and the auction house, Neal Adams and The Hero Initiative benefited from the sale of his original cover art for "Green Lantern/Green Arrow" #76.
After a 54-year run in newspapers, the soap-opera strip "Apartment 3-G" quietly came to an end over the weekend.
“Even if we don’t make money back on the books, it’s still nice advertising,” says the owner of Ssalefish Comics in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
The West Philadelphia store will close after six years to focus attention on its Eisner-winning work as a publisher.
Author Ta-Nehisi Coates, who'll write Marvel's new "Black Panther" comic, has won the National Book Award for his memoir "Between the World and Me."
Yes, the countdown to Comic-Con International 2016 has already begun!
Image Comics dominated BookScan's diverse October list of top-selling graphic novels in bookstores, with "The Walking Dead" placing four volumes.
Malaysian cartoonist Zunar, who's awaiting trial on nine counts of sedition, claims Facebook has censored his cartoon featuring the wife of the country's prime minister.
Saying the company decided to "swim upstream," BOOM! Studios' Filip Sablik explains the decision to reduce the number of titles published.
The Portland, Oregon, comics cafe The Spritely Bean has launched a fundraising campaign to help pay for repairs in the aftermath of a destructive burglary.
The Lucas Museum of Narrative Art has acquired all of the original art from Robert Crumb's 2009 graphic novel "The Book of Genesis."
Direct market sales increased, but at a much slower pace than in the past few years.
Ahead of this weekend's Salt Lake Comic Con, one of event's co-founders says settlement talks are under way with Comic-Con International in the fight over the term "Comic Con."
However, cartoonist Jan Eliot said she will continue to produce the Sunday strips.