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  • Kids' Comics Grow Up at San Diego Comic-Con 2014

    Scholastic’s Graphix imprint celebrated its 10th anniversary while Abrams, IDW, Viz, and Papercutz showcased old and new kids' and YA properties at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con International.

  • Dynamite Entertainment's Surprising 10 Years

    Celebrating its 10th Anniversary with a panel starring director Quentin Tarantino in front of a packed house at the San Diego Comic-Con, it was hard to remember that when Dynamite Publishing launched 10 years ago, no one was sure what to expect.

  • Photo Mania: San Diego Comic-Con International 2014

    More than 130,000 fans surged through the halls of the San Diego Convention heading for the San Diego Comic-Con International and PW was there to bring back the news and images of the show.

  • Abrams ComicArts Plans 'Peanuts' Tribute, New Backderf Title

    Abrams ComicArts will publish 'The Art of Peanuts in' Fall 2015 in conjunction with a new Peanuts feature film, in addition to 'Trashed,' a new book by Derf Backderf ('My Friend Dahmer') on garbage.

  • Modan, Tiwary, ‘Saga,’ Los Bros Win Eisner Awards

    Rutu Modan’s ‘The Property,’ Vivek Tiwary’s ‘The Fifth Beatle,’ Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples ‘Saga,’ and the Hernandez brothers’ ‘Love and Rockets New Stories #6’ grabbed Eisner Awards.

  • No Lack of Major Prose Houses at Comic-Con

    Major book publishers such as Penguin Random House and HarperCollins are once again investing heavily in promotional materials for the five days of Comic-Con International: San Diego, held at the San Diego Convention Center.

  • Comixology to Offer DRM-Free Backup Copies

    Comixology's new DRM-free backup program is available to any publisher or self-publisher that chooses to make their books available in the program.

  • Image Expo Kicks Off Comic-Con 2014

    Once again, Image Expo gave the publisher an opportunity to show off new projects while contrasting—and criticizing—conventional comics publishing with Image’s lineup of new and original creator-owned works.

  • Comic-Con Preview Night: New Books From Image, Dark Horse, Archie, D&Q

    The traditional kickoff night for Comic-Con attracted the usual mob of fans looking to get their first glimpse of a show floor full of comics, games, TV shows and more.

  • Humble Bundle offers Skybound, Transformers Bundles for Comic-Con

    Humble Bundle, the pay-what-you-wish online venture that distributes bundles of DRM-free digital content, is launching two separate bundles featuring comics from Robert Kirkman's Skybound imprint and IDW's Transformers series.

  • Digital Comics Sales Rose 29% to $90M in 2013

    While the rate of sales growth for digital comics has declined, pop culture trade news site ICv2 reports the category is 10x the size of the e-comics market in 2010.

  • The 14 Best Panels About Comics at Comic-Con

    Overwhelmed by all the programming at Comic-Con this year? Here are our picks for the best comcis panels, and a list of where to find PW’s own Heidi MacDonald and Calvin Reid at the show.

  • Fantagraphics to Publish Van Cook and Romberger’s New Book

    In November Fantagraphics will publish 'The Late Child and Other Animals,' a new work from Marguerite Van Cook and James Romberger, the team that produced '7 Miles A Second,' the acclaimed graphic memoir of David Wojnarowicz.

  • Upcoming Comics Events: 7/20-7/26

    J.H. WIlliams III in Merced, CA; Corinne Mucha in Chicago, IL; Comic-Con International: San Diego, CA

  • Zane, Verge Entertainment Plan Transmedia Projects

    Zane, bestselling erotica author, entrepreneur and publisher of S&S/Atria’s Strebor Books imprint, is teaming up with Verge Entertainment, a New York City transmedia production house founded by Shawn Martinbrough, Joe Illidge and Milo Stone.

  • Kickstarter Diary Chapter 3: How to Use the Site to Run Your Campaign

    Here's the author's step-by-step guide to getting your campaign set up on the Kickstarter website, quirks and all.

  • Panel Mania: 'The Only Living Boy' in a Brave New World

    Harvey Award nominated webcomic 'The Only Living Boy,' by David Gallaher and Steve Ellis, tells the story of a 12-year-old runaway in a strange fantasy world.

  • 12 Great Graphic Novel Adaptations

    Everything from novels to movies, video games, and even government reports have been given the graphic novel treatment.

  • Panel Mania: Jamie Coe and the Tribulations of 'Art Schooled'

    Nobrow Press continues its strong of notable releases with 'Art Schooled', the vivid debut graphic novel of English cartoonist Jamie Coe. Please note this preview is for mature readers and NSFW.

  • Comics, Graphic Novels Market Hit $870 Million in 2013

    Led by book format comics with $415 million in sales, the North American comics and graphic novel marketplace generated $870 million in sales in 2013, according to a new estimate by ICV2 and Comichron.

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