‘Frozen’ wins the weekend with $31.5M; Disney hit drops just 53% over domestic debut.
By writing computer language, pioneering ‘Grandma COBOL’ helped rewrite the history books [+Video].
BEST BOOKS OF 2013: Ed Piskor hits a beautiful groove with retro graphic novel ‘Hip Hop Family Tree.’
Every Hill politican will receive digital copy of Lewis’s bestselling civil-rights memoir ‘March: Book One.’
The two animated hits each receive 10 noms; Maryland’s Steven Sugar (‘Steven Universe’) also gets a nod.
Fire and ice dominate Thanksgiving box office, as ‘Catching Fire’ and ‘Frozen’ combined for $200M-plus.
CHARLES SCHULZ: Celebrating the anniversary of ‘Peanuts’ creator’s birth today with tribute cartoons.
Social media wants creator Seth MacFarlane to resuscitate character after Sunday’s death scene.
$550. At least that’s how much Al Franken’s Nixon drawing went for at Cartoons & Cocktails charity auction.
As BBC airs ‘Day of the Doctor’ show, British-born Google artist tells origin of today’s ‘Doctor Who’ Doodle game.
Graphic novels made history in 2013 — even if the best books sometimes reveled in making history up.
Surviving members of the famed comedy troupe to come together in London for a one-night-only show.
BEST BOOKS OF 2013: Comics journalist Joe Sacco talks about his panoramic ‘fascination’ with WWI.
Kal’s new book ‘Daggers Drawn’ unsheathes the Economist political artist’s rapier pen at 35-year mark.
‘Thor: The Dark World’ holds off strong debut of ‘Best Man Holiday’; ‘Gravity’ tops $500-million globally.
‘Doonesbury’ creator takes aim at D.C. in Amazon’s first foray into original programming
Lalo Alcaraz says Seth MacFarlane’s immigration comedy ‘Bordertown’ has hired a diverse writing staff.
‘Thor: The Dark World’ tops box office with $86.1 million; Marvel sequel has already grossed $327M worldwide.
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