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Guest Editor Scott McCloud and Series Editor Bill Kartolopoulos talk about assembling this year’s volume, their thoughts on webcomics and where comics are headed.
"All-New Ultimates" scribe Michel Fiffe discusses his creator-driven "Copra," a "Suicide Squad"-inspired action epic set for a collected edition.
Acclaimed historian Jill Lepore finds new ways to look at William Moulton Marston and what his creation says about politics, women's history and the present day.
Just in time for Halloween, Denis St. John's creepy debut graphic novel brings you monsters, femme fatales, Lovecraftian nightmares and body horror.
Simon Hanselmann talks about drug humor, depicting depression, his brief conversation with Adult Swim, and ruining cinnamon for everybody, forever.
The cartoonist talks about her book of true stories, publishing comics online and maintaining the Cartoonists of Color and LGBTQ Cartoonists databases.
The producers of the upcoming Syfy series tease a vision different from Terry Gilliam's film, but avoid revealing their new rules for time travel.
The cartoonist talks about the second volume of his masterful history of hip hop and how Marvel Comics and Harvey Pekar influenced his approach to the book.
Starz previewed what's in store for "Da Vinci's Demons" and "Black Sails," bringing cast and crew to New York Comic Con.
European cartoonists Juanjo Guarnido, Michael Dialynas and J.P. Ahonen discussed the ways in which they approach their comics work.
Max Brooks, Kieron Gillen, Justin Jordan, Mike Costa & Si Spurrier discussed Avatar titles such as "Extinction Parade," "Uber," "Crossed" and more.
Tom Brevoort, joined by some of Marvel Comics' biggest talent, discussed where event comics came from, how they're made - and why it's all Jimmy Carter's fault!
Creators Brian Wood, Fred Van Lente, Rafael Albuquerque, Matt Kindt and more discussed their newest upcoming projects from Dark Horse at NYCC 2014.
Director of Publicity John Schork took the stage at New York Comic Con to announce two new title and preview the future of many more.
The man behind "King-Cat Comix and Stories" talks about his new book, the documentary about his work and telling longer stories.
The frequent Neil Gaiman collaborator opens up about finding the perfect cast of illustrators suited to adapt the award-winning novel for the comic book page.
Romanian cartoonist Xenia Pamfil discusses her debut graphic novel and drawing each chapter in a different style, creating a unique supernatural adventure.
The Russ Manning Award-nominated artist behind "Hit" and "The Empty Man" talks about her BOOM! work being spotlighted with a "Pen & Ink" volume.
The award-winning cartoonist wraps up his unnamed trilogy by tackling death and living in the past with a conclusion that is as emotional as it is visually striking.
Mike Curtis and Joe Staton discuss their plans for the long-running strip once Tracy brings the kidnapped Little Orphan Annie home again.