The former "Batman: The Animated Series" producer says there's no limit to the types of stories that can come out of the DC Comics library.
Children's Book Week, which begins April 30, launched nearly a century ago.
"Torchy Brown” creator Jackie Ormes helped redefine representation in comics.
Edgardo Miranda-Rodriguez is introducing heroic La Borinqueña to reflect Puerto Rican self-empowerment -- especially as the island faces financial crisis.
'Dilbert' creator Scott Adams is a longtime student in the powers of persuasion, and he believes Trump has been 'pitch-perfect' so far in deploying those powers.
Upon Comic Riffs' 7th birthday, here are our favorite quotes that celebrate comics, animation -- and the artists who make them.
"The Flash” actress was initially hesitant about the role, but is now glad that “generations after this will remember Iris West as black."
The results of Trump's new exam? Well, let's just say: At least the skepticism is healthy.
Williams: “You want to make a living, of course, but you want to leave something behind that means something."
"Most shots showing female fighters/pilots and female officers commanding people around/having ideas” were deleted. The rest makes little sense.
One of DC Comics' top black superheroes debuts on the CW.
"I felt a kinship with him, like we were following his lead once more,” Rep. John Lewis says of drawing inspiration from King while writing his comic.
The magazine's new “In the Hole” cover depicts a Trump-esque hairstyle cresting out of a really dark place.