Today, of course, is national Free Comic Book Day. Here's exclusive art from "Little Robot" cartoonist Ben Hatke to celebrate the event:
Roz Chast, the New Yorker cartoonist and eldercare memoirist, wins $250,000 Heinz Award for arts and humanities; 6 recipients selected.
Books illuminating or reimagining Winsor McCay and his legendary strip "Little Nemo in Slumberland" shined brightly in today's Eisner noms.
Three bestselling graphic novels -- "Persepolis," "Saga" and "Drama" -- are among the 'most frequently challenged' books in libraries.
Artists and gamers have decried Gov. Pence's "religious freedom vs. gay rights" law. Indiana civil-rights cartoonist Nate Powell has this to say.
Smudge! Comics Art Expo: Virginia author-artist Matt Dembicki spotlights the line from comics to the classroom at Saturday's Artisphere event.
New Yorker cartoonist Roz Chast wins the NBCC's Best Autobiography honor tonight in New York for her first graphic novel, about eldercare.
So an Indiana 8-year-old curses out the local editor over canceled comics. "Big Nate" cartoonist illuminates how kids care, and don't care, about comic strips.
Upon the 50th anniversary of the Selma march, artist Nate Powell shares behind-the-panels insights into the civil-rights memoir "March."
As Will Eisner's first great creation turns 75, 'The Spirit' assistant Jules Feiffer is among those saluting the great comic and its creator.