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"Retired" anime legend returns to manga! A look a the new Billy Ireland Cartoon Library and Museum! Interviews with Groth, Bechdel and Bors!
Publisher Gary Groth explains how and why Fantagraphics has turned to Kickstarter to fund its 2014 Spring/Summer Season.
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.
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.
This week, Tim screens "Cartoon College" and "The Story of Rock ‘n' Roll Comics," two relatively-recent-to-DVD documentaries, examining the perils of a comics education and the threat of the New Kids on the Block.
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.
Chris Ware and Noelle Stevenson win Cartoonist Studio Prize! Vertical Inc. nabs two manga licenses! Interviews with Gary Groth and Gene Luen Yang! The 11 most controversial comics! Plus much more!
Hall of Fame inductee Gilbert Shelton reminisced with Gary Groth about the halcyon days of underground comics, discussing the origins and inspirations for Wonder Wart-Hog and the Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers.
Publisher Gary Groth spoke exclusively with ROBOT 6 about Fantagraphics' plans to publish the just-announced "Complete Zap Comix" in the fall of 2012
CBR News spoke in depth with Gary Groth, the co-founder and publisher of Fantagraphics, about digital releases, changes at "The Comic Journal," producing comic strip archives and much more.
Fantagraphics' Gary Groth spoke with CBR about the coming collections of "Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse" by definitive cartoonist Floyd Gottfredson, including a frank discussion of Mickey's past and present.
In an exclusive interview with ROBOT 6, Fantagraphics co-publisher Gary Groth reveals that the company has acquired the rights to reprint a definitive collection of Carl Barks’ Donald Duck comic stories.
In light of news that the acclaimed source of comics news & criticism will be shifting format to a web-heavy business model, CBR speaks with the magazine's editorial to find out why now is the time for a new TCJ.
Blake Bell brought Steve Ditko (figuratively, anyway) to Comic-Con in a discussion spotlighting his new book, "Strange and Stranger: The World of Steve Ditko," with guest panelists Jim Starlin, Gary Groth and more.