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SNK Playmore says manga violates its copyrights! Interviews with Gail Simone and Ethan Van Sciver, Sonny Liew, and Wendy and Richard Pini! Plus more!
Image's David Brothers on why SDCC 2014 was great for comics! Report: Archie's Nancy Silberkleit escorted from booth by police! A look at changing digital landscape!
Albert Uderzo accuses daughter of "psychological violence"! Archie's Nancy Silberkleit responds to employees' lawsuit! "Gundam" creator slams "Attack on Titan"!
Six Archie Comics employees, including Editor-in-Chief Victor Gorelick, have filed a $32.5 million lawsuit against Co-CEO Nancy Silberkleit, accusing her of "destructive, dangerous and at times deranged behavior."
Garry Trudeau pushes return of daily "Doonesbury" strip to November! Spotlight on Archie's Nancy Silberkleit as she runs for mayor! An interview with Mary and Bryan Talbot! Plus more!
Archie Co-CEO Nancy Silberkleit claims she was harassed by her liaison to company. A detailed look at Marvel v. Kirby heirs! Tampa Bay Comic Con expects 20,000 attendees! Plus much more!
The legal feud for control of Archie Comics has ended with a settlement restoring Co-CEO Nancy Silberkleit to her position at the company, though co-founder John L. Goldwater's grandaughters have criticized the confidential deal.
Judge declares Batmobile design is protected by copyright! Archie Co-CEO Nancy Silberkleit says harassment claims are "completely untrue"! How to bring more female readers to comics! Plus more!
A week after Jonathan Goldwater sued to remove Nancy Silberkleit as director and co-CEO of Archie Comics, a judge has barred her from entering the company’s offices, or performing any work for the publisher.
Archie co-CEO Jonathan Goldwater has sued to remove Nancy Sielberkleit as director and co-CEO, claiming the company is "in serious danger of failing and being liquidated" if she remains.
CBR News has obtained court documents barring Archie Comics Co-CEO Nancy Silberkleit from "harassing, yelling at or abusing" anyone at the publisher's corporate headquarters.