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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.

Kibbles ‘n’ Bits 1/13/2020 – Critics Choice winners and more best...

Joaquin Phoenix continued his march to Oscar with a win at the Critics Choice Awards - and the recent debut of a very good new comics site.

Comics/GN sales up 2.23% in 2019 as Watchmen and Detective topped...

Marvel was the top publisher while DC sold a lot of Batman books.

This weekend: Long Beach Comic Expo returns with C3 and Sexy...

Convention season is back and so is the Long Beach Comic Expo!

JOKER leads glaringly white BAFTA nominations with 11

Put that in your cannoli and smoke it, Martin Scorsese.

Raina Telgemeier: The Comics Industry Person of the Decade

Smile was published in 2010 and nothing has been the same since.

Announcing the 2019 Comics Industry Person(s) of the Year: Dav Pilkey...

One who will never be forgotten and one who is rewriting what is possible.

The Beat’s 2020 Creator Survey Part 2: Kids comics now and...

We're back with more thoughts on the comics industry from Maia Kobabe, Stuart Moore, John P. Green and many more creators and pundits.

The Beat’s 2020 Creator Survey Part 1: What will be the...

We kick off 2020 with a look at what happened in 2019 and what everyone is looking forward to in 2020 - and preview a new cat comic from Rachel Dukes and tease a mystery book from one of the industry's biggest stars.

Last week, five of the Top Ten best selling books in...

Dav Pilkey's Fetch-22 has already sold a mind boggling 312,605 copies. 

Kibbles ‘n’ Bits 12/18/19 – The Return of The Far Side

§ At New York Comic Con this year there was a big booth for The Far Side, Gary Larsen's much tacked to refrigerator doors...

Matthew Medney named new CEO of Heavy Metal Magazine

After some changes, the company had new leadership.