Cartoonist Ted Rall claims he was defamed by the Los Angeles Times when the newspaper questioned the veracity of one of his blog posts.
Belgian artist Hermann, perhaps best known to U.S. audiences for "Jeremiah," was selected as the winner of the Angouleme International Comics Festival's Grand Prix.
The Lucas Museum of Narrative Art has acquired all of the original art from Robert Crumb's 2009 graphic novel "The Book of Genesis."
After 41 years in business, Chicago's Variety Comics will close its doors for good on Halloween.
Following the end of "Naruto," creator Masashi Kishimoto isn't ready to dive back into the weekly grind, but he's already settled on his next series.
The Association of American Editorial Cartoonists has asked for an independent review of the LAPD audio tape that led to the Los Angeles Times' decision to cut ties with Ted Rall.
The Clown Prince of Crime is back with a vengeance, as 1989's "Batman: The Killing Joke" claims the top spot on BookScan's list of graphic novels sold in bookstores in July.
"The Fortress of Solitude" author Jonathan Lethem becomes the first writer known primarily for his work outside of comics to guest-edit an edition of "Best American Comics."
The cartoonist has presented an enhanced version of an LAPD audiotape that he says supports his account of a 2001 encounter with police.
Ted Rall says he's "disgusted" the Los Angeles Times sided with the LAPD over his recent account on one of the newspaper's blogs about being stopped in 2001 for jaywalking.