Tom Tomorrow: What does it mean when a true outlier is a Pulitzer Prize finalist?

Dan Perkins just may be the biggest Pulitzer outlier in three decades. What does that mean for the future of independent cartoonists?

‘Suicide Squad’ First Look: Jared Leto kills it as the Joker

“Suicide Squad” director David Ayer has revealed the first official look at Jared Leto as the Joker.

Why it matters that ‘Avengers’ stars Chris Evans and Jeremy Renner insulted Black Widow

Yes, it was a joke, and yes, you're still allowed to be angered by it.

Sketchbook: Counting the days till justice for jailed Post reporter Jason Rezaian

The exact charges against the Post bureau chief are as opaque as the Iranian 'justice' system's approach to his case.

New Yorker’s Roz Chast stunned by $250,000 Heinz Award for her ‘uncompromising’ work

Roz Chast, the New Yorker cartoonist and eldercare memoirist, wins $250,000 Heinz Award for arts and humanities; 6 recipients selected.

2015 Pulitzer Prizes: Behind Adam Zyglis’s banner year sits this little secret weapon

Ever since taking a two-month paternity leave, new Pulitzer winner Adam Zyglis has become positively magnetic around award medals.

2015 Eisner Award nominations announced, and the early winner is…Little Nemo

Books illuminating or reimagining Winsor McCay and his legendary strip "Little Nemo in Slumberland" shined brightly in today's Eisner noms.

‘Batman v Superman’ trailer: So was the post-leak IMAX event really worth it?

Even after the official trailer was released, the scheduled IMAX event for a "Batman v Superman" sneak-peek had a little something extra.

MAD magazine inspired ‘Weird Al’ Yankovic. Today, as its first guest editor, he exacts revenge.

MAD steered a young 'Weird Al' Yankovic toward a career in parody. Today, as its first guest editor ever, he gets to "repay the favor.

‘Affordable Space Adventures': Where innovative design meets an elegant universe

The game unfurls in an area between the illusory promise of commercials and the murkier mental challenges posed by the game’s world.

Loch Ness monster: Google Doodle plumbs the depths of our fevered fascination

Today's Google Doodle marks the anniversary of the famously grainy 1934 Loch Ness Monster "photo." And still, the hoax is on us.

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