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  • Panel Mania: Corinne Mucha and the Post Break-Up Blues

    In her first adult graphic novel in six years, Corinne Mucha addresses once again the subject of relationships, or, to be accurate, the "getting over it" part after a relationship's end.

  • Nominations for the 2014 Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards

    Rep. John Lewis’s "March Book One," Isabel Greenberg’s "The Encyclopedia of Early Earth," Adrian Tomine’s “Go Owls,” and Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples’ "Saga," were among the wide-ranging comics works nominated for the 2014 Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards.

  • DC’s 2013 Direct Market Sales Show Slippage

    A look at DC Comics periodical sales trends in 2013 shows strong titles at the top buoying some weaker titles at the bottom.

  • Linework NW Highlights New Indie Show Trend

    Linework NW in Portland, OR highlighted a new trend in indie shows—a free one-day festival that spotlights indie comics.

  • DC Releases New ‘Watchmen’ Paperback with New Cover

    DC Entertainment is releasing a new paperback edition of Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons’ epic superhero graphic novel, Watchmen, with a new front cover design with no type.

  • Upcoming Comics Events: 4/14-4/20

    WonderCon 2014 in Anaheim, CA; Awesome Con in Washington, DC; Hillary Chute in Chicago, IL; Cake Frame 2 Fundraiser in Chicago, IL

  • Comics Artists Lust, Yang Win L.A. Times Book Prizes

    Comics artists Gene Luen Yang and Ulli Lust have been awarded L.A. Times Book Prizes for Young Adult Literature and Graphic Novels respectively for 2013.

  • Summer Blues: Mariko Tamaki and Jillian Tamaki

    The "Skim" co-creators release the new YA graphic novel "This One Summer."

  • Shelly Bond Leads DC’s Vertigo Line Into a New Era

    For the past year, Shelly Bond has been working almost nonstop as the newly appointed executive editor of Vertigo, DC Entertainment’s nonsuperhero comics and graphic novel imprint.

  • Amazon to Acquire Digital Comics Vendor Comixology

    Amazon has reached an agreement to acquire Comixology, the dominant digital comics marketplace, and a platform that has been instrumental in driving the growth and popularity of digital comics.

  • Crowdwatch: Eastern European Crime, Dueling Dirigibles, and a Schmuck

    With Crowdwatch we'll spotlight new and notable crowdfunded comics projects that are worthy of attention—or support. This week, airships battles light up the sky in 'Skies of Fire,' crime and corruption lurk within the 'Unfinished City,' the life and times of a 'Schmuck,' and more.

  • Sequential App Adds Top Shelf Graphic Novels

    Sequential, the digital comics storefront app focused on literary graphic novels, is adding a selection of Top Shelf graphic novels for purchase.

  • It’s a Good MoCCA Festival Charlie Brown!

    Along with increased attendance, a reconfigured exhibition floor and its smooth organization, this year's MoCCA Arts Fest will also be known as the small press comics show with the giant Charlie Brown balloon.

  • Upcoming Comics Events: 4/7-4/14

    Trekker Release Party in Portland, OR; "Lumberjanes" Signing in Chicago, IL; Linework NW in Portland, OR; Asbury Park Comic Con in Asbury Park, NJ; Small Press & Alternative Comics Expo in Columbus, OH.

  • Photo Mania: MoCCA Arts Festival 2014

    The MoCCA Arts Festival, the Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art's annual festival of indie and self-published comics, continues its revival under the Society of Illustrators with a new exhibitor—a giant Charlie Brown balloon borrowed from the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.

  • Archie Comics Unveils Graphic Novels for Fall 2014

    Archie Comics, home of the redhead teenager from Riverdale as well as comics based on videogame favorites Sonic the Hedgehog and Mega Man, has released its graphic novel lineup for Fall 2014.

  • DC Periodical Comics Now for Sale on Google Play

    DC Entertainment’s list of serialized superhero comics will now be available for sale on Google Play along with digital editions of DC and Vertigo original graphic novels and collected editions.

  • Panel Mania: 'Naja' Introduces a Stylish New Assassin

    Naja is a smooth, contemporary update on pulp noir by French comics masters Morvan and Bengal.

  • A Week of Comics Events Kicks off MoCCA Arts Fest 2014

    This year Comic and Cartoon Art Week, a series of comics-related events starting April 1 in New York City, will serve as an introduction to the MoCCA Arts Fest, an annual festival of small press comics, held April 5 and 6 at the Lexington Avenue Armory.

  • Upcoming Comics Events: March 31, 2014

    Comic + Cartoon Art Week; MoCCA Arts Fest 2014; Middle East Film & Comic Con; Freak Scene East; University of Florida Comics Conference

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