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  • D&Q Marks 25 Years of Great Literary Comics

    Twenty-five years after its birth as the publisher of a modest comics anthology, Montreal-based Drawn & Quarterly has become one of North America’s most acclaimed literary graphic novel publishers.

  • Marvel, Comixology Renew, Expand Sales Deal to Kindle

    Digital Comics marketplace Comixology has renewed its exclusive sales agreement with Marvel Comics, and expanded the deal to include sales via Amazon's Kindle Platform.

  • Process Mania: The Making of Jonathan Case's 'The New Deal'

    Artist Jonathan Case shares an exclusive look at the art process for 'The New Deal,' his historical graphic novel due this fall from Dark Horse.

  • Liew’s 'Charlie Chan Hock Chye' Draws Controversy, Acclaim

    Overcoming government objections to its content, Sonny Liew's graphic novel biography of Singapore cartoonist Charlie Chan Hock Chye has been a hit and will be publishing in the US next year.

  • Special Edition: NYC Attendance Up 40%

    Despite taking place at a new venue with some quirks, attendance for ReedPOP’s Special Edition: NYC was up 40% from 2014, its inaugural year.

  • Comics Retailer Survey: Good Sales Get Better in 2015

    Sales of periodical comics and graphic novels may not have been as robust throughout 2014 as they were in recent years, but an exceptional holiday shopping season ended the year on a high note for comics retailers. PW’s Annual Comics Retailer Survey, found an increase in sales in 2014 that has only grown stronger heading into 2015.

  • BookCon 2015: Four Bestselling Cartoonists Meet Their Fans

    Held on Saturday morning at BookCon, the Comics Are Awesome panel, offered inside information from four bestselling cartoonist/writers: Ben Hatke, Raina Telgemeier, Jennifer Holm and Jeff Smith.

  • 13 Great LGBTQ Comics

    Here are 13 comics about the LGBTQ experience, from classics to contemporary sensations.

  • Panel Mania: Return to Carcosa in Culbard’s ‘The King in Yellow’

    Horror master INJ Culbard has adapted 'True Detective' inspiration 'The King in Yellow,' Robert W. Chambers's famed tale of a forbidden play that drives all to madness.

  • BEA 2015: Kids' Comics On the Rise

    Sales of comics for kids and YA readers continue to grow in the book trade along with the number and variety of kids comics spotlighted at BEA from such publishers as Andrews McMeel, Papercutz, Toon Books, Scholastic, and others.

  • BEA 2015: Comics, Graphic Novels In Demand

    Comics were a lively presence throughout BEA and BookCon with all the latest trends in the category on display, including lots of kids comics and a continuing demand for Image Comics and genres beyond the dominant super hero category.

  • Citing Book Trade Growth, Dark Horse Promotes Nine

    With sales up 30% over the last three years, the indie comics publisher has announced a slate of promotions intended to prepare the house for further expansion.

  • U.S. Market Ripe for French Graphic Novels

    A one day conference brought together publishers from both the U.S. and French markets to share statistics and explore the potential for bringing more Francophone comics to the U.S. market.

  • French Graphic Novel Publishers Meet in New York

    Things are changing in U.S. comics and French comics publishers are meeting in New York to discuss the U.S. market and look for ways to stoke demand for French graphic novels in North America.

  • Panel Mania: Fighting Tooth and Claw in "The Autumnlands"

    Kurt Busiek and Ben Dewey's "The Autumnlands" is anthropomorphic high fantasy in comics form with spectacularly detailed art and painstaking world building.

  • Breakout Graphic Memoir ‘Arab of the Future’ Coming to U.S.

    A literary prizewinner and French bestseller, Riad Sattouff's 'Arab of The Future,' the story of his childhood growing in Syria and Libya, will published by Metropolitan Books in October.

  • TCAF Grows as D&Q Gets New Publisher

    News of a change at the helm of leading graphic novel publisher Drawn & Quarterly was the talk of this year's Toronto Comic Arts Festival, which saw growth in attendees and exhibitors.

  • Photo Mania: Toronto Comic Arts Festival 2015

    Held in the Toronto Reference Library building, the Toronto Comic Arts Festival reinforced its reputation as one of the best comics arts festivals in the world, attracting an international slate of artists, publishers, fans, and comics-loving librarians

  • Panel Mania: From Zero to 'The Hero' with David Rubin

    An exclusive first look at the U.S. version of David Rubin's "The Hero," in which Heracles and his labors get a brilliant modern day interpretation.

  • Jillian Tamaki’s Troubled, Magical Teens

    Jillian Tamaki's follow-up to her award-winning 'This One Summer' is a darkly humorous look at the foibles of super-powered teen students that confirms Tamaki's place as one of the most exciting cartoonists today.

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