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  • Sales Grow for No Starch Press’ STM ‘Manga Guides’

    Produced in the form of Japanese comics, the guides appeal to students and teachers looking for a novel approach to learning science, technology and math.

  • Is Subscription the Future for Digital Comics?

    The subscription model is changing how consumers get music, movies and TV shows, and now a number of services are trying the model on digital comics.

  • iTunes Terms and Conditions: The Graphic Novel

    Robert Sikoryak hit a cultural sweet spot when he adapted the complete text of an Apple legal document into a graphic novel.

  • Google Play Books Adds New Comics Features

    In Google's first upgrade to the comics category in the Google Play Store, the company has added functionality that, among other things, allows readers to use landscape scrolling and to access personal recommendations.

  • Jennifer Hayden Tells 'The Story of My Tits'

    Jennifer Hayden's graphic memoir, 'The Story of My Tits', is not just a history of surviving breast cancer, it's the story of her life.

  • Small Format Comics Make a Splash at Comic Arts Brooklyn

    Daniel Clowes didn't finish his new graphic novel in time for Comic Arts Brooklyn, but everyone came away happy any way. The weekend small press show also offered appearances by Jillian Tamaki, Charles Burns, Yumi Sakugawa, Andrea Tsurumi, and Denis Kitchen.

  • Photo Mania: Comic Arts Brooklyn 2015

    Comic Arts Brooklyn, the small press and indie comics festival held each year in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, drew throngs of fans to see acclaimed artists like Jillian Tamaki and Dan Clowes alongside new artists and emerging publishers from New York and around the country.

  • New York Review to Launch Comics Imprint in 2016

    New York Review Comics will launch in March with plans to release six graphic novels per year.

  • Masashi Kishimoto On Why His Naruto Manga Is So Popular

    Kishimoto, wildly popular creator of Naruto, the world’s most famous ninja, talks about the beginning of his manga career, the development of Naruto, and what makes the ninja series special.

  • Manga Fandemonium Reigns at New York Comic Con 2015

    Fans turned out in droves to see Naruto creator Masashi Kishimoto, Kodansha’s new Attack on Titan anthology, and a slate of new manga titles and light novels coming next year.

  • NYCC 2015: Publishers Chase Growth in Kids', Girls’ Graphic Novels

    Led by girl-focused comics, sales of kids' and YA graphic novels continue to grow and publishers used New York Comic Con to launch a spate of new properties targeting girls and young women.

  • Photo Mania: New York Comic Con 2015

    PW spent the weekend at New York Comic Con and we've got photos of the swarming crowds, authors like Felipe Smith, Pénélope Bagieu, and Afua Richardson as well as images from the lively slate of panels on diversity and celebrity comics authors like actor John Lequizamo.

  • Brands and Fans Flock to Biggest New York Comic Con Yet

    This year's New York Comic Con featured more fans--a record 169,000 tickets were sold--more programming space, more corporate branding, and more emphasis on diversity.

  • Graphic Novel Sales Hit $460 Million in 2014

    Graphic novel sales hit a high of $460 million in 2014, and remain strong this year, even as comics periodical sales have hit a soft patch.

  • Vertigo Debuts New Series at New York Comic Con

    Vertigo is launching 12 new series and PW spoke with the creative teams from three of them: Twilight Children, Unfollow and Survivor's Club.

  • Humanoids Expands Film Adaptation Business

    A move from Paris to Los Angeles has bolstered graphic novel publisher Humanoids's standing in the film world.

  • At Diamond Summit, Cracks in Comics Market Come to Fore

    Diamond Comics Distributors reported that industry sales are up overall. However, comics publishers are tinkering with their publishing programs to compensate for slowing growth.

  • SPX 2015: Women Cartoonists Sweep the Ignatz Awards

    From a female sweep of the Ignatz Awards to a packed panel on African-American comics artists, diversity was the highlight of this year’s Small Press Expo.

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