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"Adventure Time" contributor Kate Leth discusses her career, autobiographical comics, working comics retail and more.
Siegel and Shuster heirs ask judge to dismiss DC Comics lawsuit against their attorney! Hackers take down servers that host several major webcomics! 2012 SPACE Prizes announced! Chromatic Press launches! Plus more!
In a major new publishing initiative, Oni Press will relaunch its website in January as a fully functional webcomics portal with multiple new serials from webcomics all-stars and classic reprints, EIC James Lucas Jones explains.
With a new free story online, an incoming website to connect fans and pros over digital storytelling techniques and an a new web imprint with John Rogers, Mark Waid wants to kickstart the next phase of webcomics.
Writer/artist Shaenon Garrity spoke with CBR about her webcomic "Skin Horse," her history on the web, working for Viz Media, financing projects with Kickstarter and her upcoming book "CLAMP in America."
In this week's all-new PIPELINE: A toy store visit makes Augie happy. Will digital comics invert the back-issue market? Guy Davis is a Modern Master. And The Pipeline Webcomics Project begins now!
We spoke with Peter and Bobby Timony about their instant winning Zuda webcomic, "Night Owls," being collected as a trade paperback and learned that there's still more to tell of the cast's stories.
Nineties nostalgia and Korean rap collide in "K.G.B.," a new webcomic by Eisner winner Becky Cloonan and cartoonist Hwan Cho, who talked to CBR News about the epic story of the Korean rap group K.G.B.
Tim overcomes some biases thanks to an eye-opening webcomic, leading to a discussion with up-and-coming cartoonist Ethan Young about the move from self-publishing to the world of online serialization.
With “The Perry Bible Fellowship Almanack” in stores now, CBR speaks with cartoonist Nicholas Gurewitch about the book to find out what makes it tick and what Gurewitch has been working on in the year since the strip "ended."
Webcartoonists and fans descended on Massachusetts’ Pioneer Valley for the premiere webcomics convention to talk comics, buy t-shirts and meet people known only through the web in person.
Swedish cartoonist Rene Engström talks to CBR about her webcomic “Anders Loves Maria,” how an ongoing story changes in the telling, and the meaning of the word "bork."
A webecomics writer and head of Blind Ferret Entertainment, Ryan Sohmer talks to CBR News about his popular and irreverent series, "Least I Could Do," and its transition to television, as well as other animated projects.
Wisecracking history buff Brendan McGinley recounts his experiences taking his webcomic "Hannibal" from Zuda to Shadowline and explains why ancient history can be so hilarious.
Rosscott, the webcomics creator who devised the easy-to-follow instruction manual for life found in “The System,” shares with CBR News a few road signs for simple storytelling.
Jerry Holkins a.k.a. Tycho talks to CBR News about his and Mike Krahulik's superlative webcomics series "Penny Arcade," the Penny Arcade Expo, New York Comic Con and more.
Webcomics matter more than ever in 2009, and CBR News looks at five creators you should know on the shelves, at the show, and on the Web. First up is Jon Rosenberg, creator of the Douglas Adams-esque "Goats."
Celebrated cartoonist David Rees talks to CBR News about ending his popular comics strip “Get Your War On” as President Bush administration's comes to an end, a promise the cartoonist made years ago.
Webcomics creator Jamaica Dyer tell us why it's dangerous to taunt a hobo in her new MySpace Dark Horse Presents strip, “The Nightmare of the Wine Hobo."
The legendary "Creepy" is back and on MySpace Dark Horse Presents, courtesy of writer Andrew Mayer and Lukas Ketner. CBR spoke with Ketner about the web comic, classic horror comics, and being “too professional.”
We sit down with Director of Content John Cerilli to wish Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited a happy birthday and talk about the program's first year, its foray into original content, and what readers can expect in the future.
Readers hungry for humor in the Mighty Marvel Manner can now satisfy that craving with the daily “Marvel Super Hero Squad” comic strips at Marvel.com. We spoke with Nate Cosby and John Cerilli about the strips.
CBR News talks to Warren Ellis, Paul Duffield and Avatar's William Christensen about the first print collection of the team's free weekly webcomic, “FreakAngels,” and what’s in store for readers in Book 2.
On sale now is Dark Horse's collection of "Basic Instructions" by Scott Meyer, who we spoke with about the popular strip and his exclusive comics-themed strip appearing here on CBR.
An eclectic collection of creators including Scott Kurtz, Danielle Corsetto, Brad Guigar, Scott Sava, Dave Kellett and Kris Straub welcomed fans in Baltimore to discuss the love of all things webcomics.
When not saving the Marvel Universe in "Patsy Walker: Hellcat" and "Ultimate Spider-Man," the Immonens are collaborating on a weekly webcomic exploring World War II art theft.
The darkening of Superman and why if there's one character who's not built for dark, it's him; the nightmare that ate Minneapolis; webcomics; saving Superman's birthplace; Google comics and tons of other notes.
iVerse Media has announced the launch of new Comic Reader software specifically developed for iPhone and iPod Touch, allowing you to download and read comics from Apple's Apps store later this year.
Neil Gaiman's favorite webcomic series comes to a bookstore near you courtesy of Archaia Studios Press. CBR speaks with creator Tom Siddell about "Gunnerkrigg Court."
At CCI on Thursday, Devil's Due announced their new partnership with Kevin Spacey's creator competition website, TriggerStreet, that will give aspiring webcomic creators a shot at stardom.