Japan's "Weekly Shonen Jump" will announce the nearly 15-year-old series is approaching its conclusion.
Did the success of books like Smile and Ms. Marvel open the gates for the success of books like Unbeatable Squirrel Girl and are we headed into a brave new world of comics?
The cartoonist wowed her fans, starting with a dramatic reading from "Sisters," and finishing with word about her new book, "Ghosts."
Three of the biggest names in graphic novel publishing gather to talk about the industry, building an audience, and making books for a living
Cartoonist Raina Telgemeier talks about her new book "Drama," one of the most anticipated graphic novels of the fall, and her memories of theater, working on tech crew and more.
The cartoonist behind the "Baby-sitters Club" graphic novels and the X-Men manga talks about her new full-color look at her adolescent dental drama "Smile," in stores now from Scholastic's Graphix imprint.