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Kibbles ‘n’ Bits 11/12/18: Poor Gerard Butler

§ Nice Art: If you were wondering if Robert Hack - co-creator of the Chilling Adventures of Sabrina comic - drew the titles for...

INTERVIEW: The History & Future of Holocaust Comics in WE SPOKE...

Historian Rafael Medoff and Comics Expert/Archivist Craig Yoe discuss the historical importance of comic about the Holocaust and what they mean for contemporary and future readers.

INTERVIEW: NEAL ADAMS Talks Comics as Witness and Testimony in WE...

Legendary creator, writer, and artist Neal Adams talks about the historical vitality of comics to tell stories about the Holocaust and the present need for Holocaust education.

TONIGHT: Industry Luminaries Discuss the Darkness of the Holocaust with WE...

Industry legends and scholars launch new book about comics and the Holocaust.

SDCC’16: Captured Aural Phantasy Theater brings the romance comics of old...

  If you really love comics, then you know Hall H wasn’t the only place to be Saturday during Comic-Con. Room 26a held a different...

Tonight @ Society of Illustrators: Is That Art?

This exhibit of works from Craig Yoe's original art collection has already garnered stellar accolades - tonight you can see why. And that's not...

On the Scene: Sparks Fly at ‘Surely You’re Joking, Dr. Wertham’...

As the first of several “Comic Book Roundtable” events to be held at the Soho Gallery of Digital Art under the auspices of gallery...

Preview: Comics About Cartoonists: The World’s Oddest Profession

Before "meta" was physical, before Modernism became Posted, before Art Popped, cartoonists drew stories about cartoonists and cartooning! Some of it was autobiographical (or possibly...

Coming Attractions: Yoe Books!

A new website from Yoe Books highlights their amazing titles!

Fans Vote for their Favorite Ghoul! Yoe! Books Lets Fans...

Yoe Books/IDW is having comics fans choose which cover they're going to use for the about-to-be-printed book, "Bob Powell's Terror", which reprints the cult favorite's 1950s most terrifying horror comics!