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ROBOT 6's Corey Blake takes the long holiday weekend to reflect on six things in comics he's thankful for this year.
Brian Hibbs contributes to Fantagraphics' Kickstarter campaign, even though he's leery of it. Plus, the value of the OGN versus serialized comics.
Fantagraphics has already surpassed its initial $150,000 Kickstarter goal, adding more stretch goals to fund its 2014 spring/summer season.
"Retired" anime legend returns to manga! A look a the new Billy Ireland Cartoon Library and Museum! Interviews with Groth, Bechdel and Bors!
Comic historian Trina Robbins discusses her new definitive history of women in comics, "Pretty In Ink: North American Women Cartoonists 1896-2013."
Publisher Gary Groth explains how and why Fantagraphics has turned to Kickstarter to fund its 2014 Spring/Summer Season.
Comic legends Ron Turner, Dan Vado and Eric Reynolds assembled at the Alternative Press Expo to talk about the enduring importance of independent publishers.
At the Las Vegas Comic Expo, "Love and Rockets" creators Gilbert and Jaime Hernandez entertained a small but appreciative audience with stories from their lengthy indie-comics careers.
Charles Forsman, the cartoonist and publisher of Oily Comics, talks about his minicomic "TEOTFW" coming to print, its adaptation as a webseries and his next book for Fantagraphics.
Word surfaces of Fantagraphics' Don Rosa Library series! Interviews with Mort Walker and Ellen Forney! J.W. Rinzler on "The Star Wars"! "Geek therapists" use comics and superheroes in their practice! Plus more!
Cartoonist and animator Dash Shaw discusses his new book "New School," a coming-of-age story that follows 16-year-old Danny in the fictional amusement park ClockWorld on a mission to rescue his brother.
ROBOT 6's Chris Mautner looks at Fantagraphics' latest collection of Floyd Gottfredson's "Mickey Mouse" comics, noting "Disney fans -- or just fans of solid, entertaining comics in general -- won’t be disappointed."
Literary comics giants Fantagraphics Books & Drawn and Quarterly came together at Comic-Con International to discuss new books coming from Jim Woodring, Art Spiegelman, Michael DeForge, and more.
Legendary underground cartoonist Kim Deitch discusses his new book "The Amazing, Enlightening and Absolutely True Adventures of Katherine Whaley" and remembers his friend and editor Kim Thompson.
An enigma and a gentle giant, Fantagraphics co-publisher Kim Thompson was remembered in San Diego by Gary Groth, Eric Reynolds, Los Bros. Hernandez, and Dark Horse's Diana Shutz.
Fantagraphics Books announced at Comic-Con that it will publish "Megahex" by Australian cartoonist Simon Hanselmann, best known for his ongoing series of “Megg, Mogg and Owl” strips.
Comics has lost one of its most acclaimed and important editors in Kim Thompson, the Fantagraphics co-publisher behind decades of European and classic strip reprints, alternative comics and funny animal cartooning.
Cartoonist Lisa Hanawalt talks to CBR about "My Dirty Dumb Eyes," a new collection of her work, her nomination for a James Beard Award, her eclectic career and the origin of the book's title.
Cartoonist Peter Bagge discusses "Other Stuff," his new collection from Fantagraphics, incorporating humor and history in his work and collaborating with Alan Moore, Robert Crumb, Johnny Ryan and Daniel Clowes.
Cartoonist Graham Chaffee talks to CBR about "Good Dog" from Fantagraphics, the story of a stray mutt's misadventures as he looks for a home, and explains why this is his first published work in 20 years.
Comics editor and historian Greg Sadowski discusses "Messages in a Bottle," his new book collecting the work of the late Bernard Krigstein, getting Marie Severin to recolor comics she colored decades ago and more.
Cartoonist and publisher Tom Kaczynski talks about his recent collection "Beta Testing the Apocalypse," his upcoming "Trans Terra," running a publishing house and the new Autopic Comics Show.
Fantagraphics co-publisher Kim Thompson has been diagnosed with lung cancer, publicly revealing the news via a statement sent to the publisher's press list.
Acclaimed cartoonist Richard Sala spoke with CBR about his latest book, a collection of his Fantagraphics series "Delphine," the appeal of dark fairy tales, his views on digital comics and more.
With 2012 over, take another look at the insanely-strong group of comics that conquered CBR's Top 100 of the Year list, from creator-owned hits that dominated to the superhero titles that rose above and much more.
In a Q&A with Robot 6, Jim Woodring discusses "Problematic," a collection of his sketchbook drawings, his upcoming graphic novel "Fran" and what inspired him to start sketching.
Fantagraphics Books has announced it will publish a 200-page hardcover edition of "Nijigahara Holograph," Inio Asano’s complex horror manga that's been described as "half 'Magnolia,' half 'Donnie Darko,' with a splash of Stephen King."
Artist James Romberger tells CBR about his new comic set in a flooded New York City from Uncivilized Books and the new edition of "7 Miles a Second," out from Fantagraphics in February.
The cartoonist and animator talks about her new book from Fantagraphics collecting the past five years of her short comics, animation, the Eyeworks festival and why she’s taking a ceramics class.
Tim dives into Fantagraphics recent collected edition of Basil Wolverton's "Spacehawk" and declares it to be, with hyperbole appropriate to the subject matter, one of his favorite comics of all time.
This weekend, it's Long Beach Comic & Horror Con, Tucson Comic-Con and Rhode Island Comic Con! Stan Lee stops by Savannah College of Art and Design! Kim Thompson on translating comics! Dan Slott on "A+X"! Plus much more!
In the run up to Election Day, CBR News reached out to cartoonist Weissman to talk about his decidedly surrealist saga of the current Presidential administration and recent years.
Ron Regé, Jr. tells CBR about the "The Cartoon Utopia," an imaginative graphic novel that delves into the esoteric, attending Magic School and the link between comics and alchemy.
Gilbert, Jamie, and Mario Hernandez looked back on thirty years of "Love and Rockets" during their spotlight panel at the 2012 Alternative Press Expo.
Exhibitors and attendees alike characterized Small Press Expo 2012 as one of the best in the show's recent memory with a diverse guest list and many publishers selling out of key books.
Cartoonist Noah Van Sciver talks to CBR News about his debut graphic novel, "The Hypo: The Melancholic Young Lincoln," set during the ex-president's lost years, leading to his eventual mental breakdown.
More on the move of MoCCA to Society of Illustrators! Fantagraphics Bookstore and Gallery named best of Seattle! Reports on weekend conventions! Matt Wagner on 30 years of "Grendel"! Plus much more!
Artist Dave McKean detailed his relationship with scientist and Atheism proponent Richard Dawkins and his experience documenting Michael Sheen's passion play, "The Gospel of Us."