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  • Fantagraphics’ Stars Shine at Small Press Expo 2016

    The groundbreaking Seattle indie house marked its 40th anniversary at the annual showcase for independent and self-published comics.

  • The Legacy of 'Watchmen' in 13 Comics

    For the thirty-year anniversary of 'Watchmen' and its deconstruction of superheroes, here are 13 comics that carry the torch.

  • DC Taps Pop Star Gerard Way to Launch New Comics Imprint

    Looking to revitalize its comics for a new generation of readers, DC is launching Young Animal, a new imprint of edgy superhero titles under the direction of pop music star Gerard Way.

  • Spanish Graphic Novel Boom Reaches America

    The graphic novel boom in Spain that began with Paco Roca's 'Wrinkles' in 2007 hasn't slowed down, and titles imported to the U.S. are finding a rabid readership.

  • Comics Sales Bounce Back at 2016 Diamond Summit

    While comics sales have yet to fully recover from a shaky start this year--overall sales are down 2.2%--reps at the industry event said they expect sales to stabilize by the end of the year.

  • The Best Cyberpunk Comics, Part 3

    This is the final part of a three-part cyberpunk comics list, enjoy and fight the system!

  • The Best Cyberpunk Comics, Part 2

    This is part two of a three-part cyberpunk comics list, looking at the best comics in the genre.

  • Comics Lure Literary Authors

    Recently authors Margaret Atwood, Chuck Palahniuk, and William Gibson have all written (or announced) original comics projects in the hope of gaining new fans—and sales.

  • The Best Cyberpunk Comics, Part 1

    Jack in and enjoy the best cyberpunk comics, filled with cybernetic implants, androids, virtual realities, and a healthy dose of anti-authority.

  • Titan Entertainment: Pop Culture Any Way You Like

    Best known as the publisher of such global comics hits as the Doctor Who series and gritty bestsellers from its Hard Case Crime imprint, Titan Entertainment Group is a sprawling, multifaceted family-owned media company focused on pop culture.

  • Photo Mania: San Diego Comic-Con 2016

    The San Diego Comic-Con International, held July 21-24, brings together the full spectrum of the pop culture world from comics and graphic novels to movies, TV and animation. Publishers Weekly was there to capture images of the events, artists, publishers and fans attending the biggest pop culture festival in North America.

  • San Diego Comic-Con 2016: Graphic Novels, Movies and Margaret Atwood

    There were plenty of new graphic novels of all kinds at this year's Comic-Con, including one by acclaimed Canadian novelist Margaret Atwood.

  • RH Children's Books to Publish Mark Siegel’s '5 Worlds'

    First Second editorial director Mark Siegel has organized a group of young illustrators to produce the forthcoming graphic novel series, 5 Worlds.

  • Drew Ford Launches New Graphic Novel Reprint Line at IDW

    Former Dover editor Drew Ford is launching It's Alive!, a new graphic novel reprint line at IDW Publishing designed to use Kickstarter to fund the publication of all its books.

  • San Diego Comic-Con 2016: All Our Coverage

    Stay up to date on all the latest news about San Diego Comic-Con 2016 with Publishers Weekly—daily updates, podcasts and more. We'll have exclusive interviews, photos and all the rest of the action here.

  • Gallery Books Unveils New Graphic Books Line

    The Simon & Schuster imprint's new line will publish graphic novels and graphic nonfiction beginning in the spring. Gallery Books senior editors Ed Schlesinger and Adam Wilson will be acquiring and editing titles for the new line.

  • Hit the Road with 12 Great Car Comics

    For more than 100 years, steel-hearted drivers have risked it all for racetrack glory. Here are 12 comics that celebrate cars and racing.

  • North American Comics Market Reaches $1.03 Billion

    The $1.03 billion figure represents the combined sales of periodical comics and graphic novel or book format comics in both the general book trade and the comics shop specialty marketplace.

  • After Steady Growth, Digital Comics Sales Decline in 2015

    After six straight years of growth, North American digital comics sales dropped 10% in 2015, to $90 million. The decline, documented in a new report issued by the pop culture trade news site ICv2, mirrors a similar decline in the sales of prose e-books.

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