Browse archive by date:
  • New York Comic Con: Pokémon Go, Attack on Titan Drive Manga Sales

    The U.S. manga market marked its third straight year of sales growth and optimism about the category was reflected at New York Comic Con in programming and artist appearances offered by publishers such as Viz Media, Kodansha and Yen Press.

  • Vivek Tiwary: Telling Stories Any Way You Like

    After producing award-winning works in music, musical theater and comics, Vivek Tiwary is now writing an illustrated YA novel and working to turn Dave Roman's children's graphic novel 'Astronaut Academy' into a TV series.

  • Photo Mania: New York Comic Con 2016

    PW hit the floor at the Jacob Javits Convention Center to capture the 180,000-fan strong event.

  • East Meets West in Kodansha’s ‘Attack on Titan Anthology’

    Kodansha Comics is about to release the 'Attack on Titan Anthology', a first-of-its-kind collection of original stories by Western comics creators based on Hajime Isayama’s global manga publishing phenomenon. PW talked with the publisher and a contributor about the book.

  • New York Comic Con: 2016 Sales Creep Up, ICv2 Surveys Retail Disruption

    At New York Comic Con, Diamond Comics Distributors report 2016 sales are up slightly; and industry analyst and ICv2 CEO Milton Griepp surveyed 40 years of retail disruption in the comics market and speculated on the possibility of a 'Fifth Disruption."

  • Comixology Debuts Line of Exclusive Original Comics

    The Amazon-owned digital comics marketplace is launching a program to release original digital comics. The titles will be available exclusively via Comixology and the Kindle platform.

  • 'Night of the Living Dead' Lives Again, as a Graphic Novel

    The latest act for comics publishing legend Bill Jemas is the launch of a comics and graphic novel publishing division for videogame developer Take Two interactive that bases its storytelling on the horror classic 'Night of the Living Dead.'

  • 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 Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons’ '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.

Stay ahead with
Tip Sheet!
Free newsletter: the hottest new books, features and more
Email Address


Log In Lost Password

Parts of this site are only available to paying PW subscribers. Subscribers: to set up your digital access click here.

To subscribe, click here.

PW “All Access” site license members have access to PW’s subscriber-only website content. Simply close and relaunch your preferred browser to log-in. To find out more about PW’s site license subscription options please email:

If you have questions or need assistance setting up your account please email or call 1-800-278-2991 (U.S.) or 1-818-487-2069 (all other countries), Monday-Friday between 5am and 5pm Pacific time for assistance.

Not Registered? Click here.