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Gary Groth, Eric Reynolds and Kristy Valenti of Fantagraphics Books talk about the future of the legendary publisher with "The Stranger’s" Paul Constant.
With another newsworthy year complete, CBR looks back at the stories and trends that had the biggest impact on the comics industry in 2013.
Publisher Gary Groth explains how and why Fantagraphics has turned to Kickstarter to fund its 2014 Spring/Summer Season.
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.
In honor of the late, great Kim Thompson, our artists pay their respects with cover homages based on "Amazing Heroes," the comic book magazine Thompson edited for over a decade.
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.
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.
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!
Police nab drunken man in Hulk suit selling drugs! Interviews with Ryan North, Kim Thompson and Chad Michael Murray! Duane Swierczynski recommends true-crime graphic novels! Plus much more!
Fantagraphics co-publisher Kim Thompson talks to CBR News about the publisher's plans for all-ages European graphic novels, why the line has no name and hints at future titles he'd love to release.
CBR News speaks with Fantagraphics co-publisher Kim Thompson about translating Milo Manara's books for a new Dark Horse series of reprints. The first two titles, “Indian Summer” and “El Gaucho,” will arrive next year.