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Heidi MacDonald

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Heidi MacDonald is an award-winning editor/journalist with 20 years. An editor at Disney and DC Comics, she edited such titles as The Lion King, Scooby Doo, Swamp Thing, and Y: The Last Man. She cohosts Publishers Weekly’s graphic novel podcast More to Come.

RIP Tom Spurgeon

Tom Spurgeon, writer, editor, foundational blogger at The Comics Reporter, CXC executive director, has passed away. He was 50. Like everyone, I'm numb. Tom was...

Jules Feiffer, 90, to publish sequel to Bark, George…20 years later

Smart George finds the beloved pooch trying to figure out numbers.

A conflicted nation struggles as it decides what to watch first...

There's just too much stuff to watch - but at least I'll be home for Life Day.

Cover reveal: Trespassers by Breena Bard is the first Scholastic GN...

Trespassers is about two girls on summer vacation who go too far in trying to solve a mystery.

Exclusive Preview: The last issue of The Pride Season 2 is...

Season 2 of Joe Glass's queer superhero saga is wrapping up.

Sales Charts: Marvel smashes it in peppy October

The market seems to have a new exciting, magical book.

Avery Hill release first look at six new graphic novels for...

Katriona Chapman, Owen Pomery, Abs Bailey and more are coming in 2020.

Tapas and Vault team up to adapt four titles for mobile

Vault Comics is bringing Heathen, Songs for the Dead and Sera & the Royal Stars to the Tapas mobile platform.

INTERVIEW: Jeff Kinney on Wimpy Kid’s journey, Wrecking Ball, and the...

Wimpy Kid #14 comes out today, and author Jeff KInney tells us all about it.

CAB Debuts 2019: 56 fresh new comics you can pick up...

Feast your eyes on this array of 2019 CAB debut comics

A Year of Free Comics: “Unlearning to Pass” by Will...

Cartoonist/illustrator Will Varner looks at queer life from many angles in his work.

Blizzard finally announces Diablo 4 – one word: Druids

Blizzard announced many updates at Blizzcon's kick-off and apologized for punishing Hong Kong protesters.