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Everyone loves Halloween, but horror comic books were once targeted by California state legislature in a still-on-the-books law.
Armed men make off with $150,000 in rare Brazilian comics! Renewed interest in EC Comics! Egyptian cartoonists risk blasphemy charges if they depict Garden of Evil! Plus more!
Get an exclusive first look at artists Francesco Francavilla and Mark Todd's contributions to Mondo's EC Comics "Tales from the Crypt" gallery show.
Al Feldstein and Harvey Kurtzman estate file to reclaim EC Comics copyrights! Eclectic mix of graphic novels top October bookstore sales! Twenty-five years of The Beguiling! Jules Feiffer puts $4.4 million New York apartment up for sale!
Tim takes a look at two new books from Fantagraphics and explores the artistic recontextualization of Wally Wood alongside the sketchbook-come-to-life that is Steven Weissman's "Barack Hussein Obama."
ROBOT 6's Chris Mautner offers a thoughtful look at EC Comics in light of two recent collections from Fantagraphics, noting "many stories that were initially regarded as exemplary haven’t held up well over time."
Horror comics historian Craig Yoe and horror comics enthusiast Steve "Karswell" Banes recounted the horror comics of the 1950s, digging into their gory origins, dark downfall and the artists who worked on them.
This week, did Marvel Comics really have a ban on the words "hell" and "damn" during the 1990s? Plus, was the classic EC Comics story "Judgment Day" based on a story by the late Ray Bradbury?
In this classic installment of Comic Book Legends revealed, learn the clever way the late Ray Bradbury handled EC Comics publishing unlicensed adaptations of his stories during the 1950s.
Indie comics publisher Fantagraphics Books commemorated 35 years in the business with two major archival reprint announcements at Comic-Con.
IDW's next Artist's Edition reprints EC Comics stories by Wally Wood from original artwork at full Golden Age size. CBR spoke exclusively with editor Scott Dunbier about the initiative.
Legendary Science Fiction author and playwright Ray Bradbury entertained the crowd at Sunday’s West Hollywood Book Fair, discussing works like "Fahrenheit 451," the EC Comics adaptations of his work and more.