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Comics A.M. - Longtime Retailer Steve Koch Passes Away

Comics A.M. - Longtime Retailer Steve Koch Passes Away

The owner of St. Louis' Comic Headquarters was 55. Neal Adams & Annie Koyama interviews! Fledgling Vietnam comics industry attracts young talent!

Talking Comics with Jesse Jacobs on

Talking Comics with Jesse Jacobs on "Safari Honeymoon"

Jesse Jacobs chats with ROBOT 6 about journeying deep into a mysterious forest with his new graphic novel from Koyama Press.

Koyama Press to Publish New Books by DeForge, Jacobs and More

Koyama Press to Publish New Books by DeForge, Jacobs and More

Koyama Press' spring lineup includes Michael DeForge's "A Body Beneath," Jesse Jacbos' "Safari Honeymoon" and Seo Kim's "Cat Person." ROBOT 6 has details.

Revisit CBR's Top 100 Comics of 2012

Revisit CBR's Top 100 Comics of 2012

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.

Exclusive Preview: Michael DeForge's

Exclusive Preview: Michael DeForge's "Lose" #5

Koyama Press has shared an exclusive preview of the fifth issue of Michael DeForge's one-man anthology "Lose," which includes a story about two high school students who visit a zoo and experiment with hallucinogens.

Nathan Bulmer Talks

Nathan Bulmer Talks "Eat More Bikes"

"Eat More Bikes" creator Nathan Bulmer discusses the origins of his daily webcomic, the print edition from Koyama Press, dark humor, and the appeal of the four-panel format.

An exclusive look at Koyama Press’ 2012 titles

An exclusive look at Koyama Press’ 2012 titles

For ROBOT 6's birthday bash, Koyama Press sent over an exclusive look at their 2012 line-up, which includes new comics by Michael DeForge, Dustin Harbin and more.

The Life and Near-Death of Koyama Press

The Life and Near-Death of Koyama Press

Koyama Press has become one of the more notable small press publishers on the scene and CBR spoke with owner Annie Koyama about the company and how illness led her to publish comics.

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