Cartoonists are pushing back against racist remarks made by "Dilbert" creator Scott Adams, with one artist even using his own strip to lampoon the disgraced cartoon.
The Dilbert comic strip distributor Andrews McMeel Universal has announced it will no longer work with the strip's creator, Scott Adams. Andrews McMeel Chairman Hugh Andrews and CEO and President Andy Sareyan said in a joint statement issued Sunday that the syndication company is severing its relationship with Adams because his recent comments on race were not compatible with the company’s core values.
Various media officials denounced the comments by Dilbert creator Scott Adams as racist, hateful and discriminatory.
Digital comics, puzzles and columns provided to this website's subscribers are back online after an outage this week.
Gotham Knights provides an intriguing story in a beautiful world, wrapped in monotony. If you are a big DC Comics or Batman fan, you likely will enjoy the game. If not, this might be a game to pick up once it is discounted.
Bruce Miller’s interview with Crabgrass cartoonist Tauhid Bondia
To understand how a 6’7” “She-Hulk” should act, Tatiana Maslany (who’s 5’4”) studied her stunt double – who is that height. Maslany discovered she moves differently through the world and, often, has to deal with unexpected barriers.
After a two-year pause for the pandemic, Comic-Con wrapped up its return as in-person extravaganza on Sunday at the San Diego Convention Center.
Kamala Khan's Ms. Marvel, a beloved recent addition to the superhero comic canon, is joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) this summer. And based on the trailer for her new self-titled Disney+ series, she's every bit as endearing and relatable as her comic iteration.
Fill in the caption with a clever quip by Wednesday and win publication of your line with the cartoon in next Sunday’s newspaper. You’ll also receive a signed print of the cartoon by artist Phil Hands.
Warner Bros. has unveiled its trailer for “The Batman,” which features Robert Pattinson’s first bone-crunching turn as a DC Comics superhero.
The upcoming comic book “Superman: Son of Kal-El #5″ will see Jon Kent, son of Clark Kent, come out as bisexual, DC Comics announced Monday.
The ultra celebration of geekdom, nerdery and genre love, which used to consistently draw 100,000 or better, had a population of zero for its virtual event last weekend. Here are some things you missed.
Once again, San Diego Comic-Con is a virtual event this July. (An in-person event is planned for November 26-28.)
One of the few copies of the comic book that introduced Superman to the world has sold for a super-sized, record-setting price.
San Diego Comic-Con is planning to hold an in-person convention over Thanksgiving weekend.
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Older reader cheers
Gillian Flynn (“Gone Girl,” “Sharp Objects”) returns to TV with this audacious eight-part conspiracy thriller she describes as “The Goonies” meets “Marathon Man.”
DONNELLY, Marc David, 55, of Hinton, formerly of Richmond, passed away on Friday, May 22, 2020, as a result of a motorcycle accident. Mr. Donn…
“Preacher” by Garth Ennis: If you think comic books are for kids, this maxi-series about a former preacher, his vampire best friend and the terrifying world they inhabit will make you reconsider.“Lucifer” by Mike Carey: You don’t have to have read Neil Gaiman’s Sandman series from which this story spun off. Just know that Carey’s masterwork is a tale of free will and true philosophical exploration and is nothing like the TV series that took these books for its basis.
James’ thick saga — the first in a planned trilogy taking place in a fantasy land inspired by African history and mythology — follows a tracker hired to find a child who has mysteriously vanished. New York Times books critic Michiko Kakutani wrote, “In these pages, James conjures the literary equivalent of a Marvel Comics universe — filled with dizzying, magpie references to old movies and recent TV, ancient myths and classic comic books, and fused into something new and startling by his gifts for language and sheer inventiveness.”
It’s leap year weekend! Jump into some fun with GalaxyCon, stand-up from comedian Jim Breuer and Celebrate Wiley events at the VMFA.
The biggest moment for Superman since he was killed in the early 1990s begins to take root in "Superman" No. 17 (illustrated by Kevin Maguire), on sale in print and digitally on Nov. 13.