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Comic Book Legal Defense Fund offering a FREE webinar on LGBTQ...

On June 12, CBLDF will host a free webinar on LGBTQ comics censorship and how to fight it.

Graphic Novel TK Episode 29: Librarians

We talk with Robin Brenner, Teen Librarian at the Public Library of Brookline, about the ins and outs of comics librarianship.

Marvel publisher Buckley: The hobby market is “pretty fabulous”

Today of all days, I shouldn't be throwing the phrase "Kreminlology" around, but this weekend Marvel observers got a rare quote from the top...

More on The Future of Comics: the rise of Valerian and...

I got quite a response to my rant on the ascent of graphic novels and and decline of the periodical that ran last week. While...

Along with all its other woes, Marvel also has a library...

So what's up at Marvel anyway! Asher Elbein at The Atlantic, of all places, has an excellent round-up of their recent travails until the...

Celebrate National Library Week By Reading a Banned Book (or any...

Today, the American Library Association released its State of America’s Libraries Report, an annual report released during National Library Week. It's not easy being a librarian,...

A year of Free Comics: hoopla digital at ECCC

Hoopla digital is a FREE Netflix like comics streaming service that is available via  libraries – more than 1300 of them across Canada and...

YALSA Announces the 2017 Great Graphic Novels for Teens!

"The Golden Age of Science Fiction is 12." —Peter Graham The Young Adult Library Services Association, a division of the American Library Association, has announced the...

March, Book Three is the Big Winner With Librarians! (But That’s...

Just a quick report, with a longer piece to follow: This morning, the American Library Association announced the 2016 winners of various book awards, for...

Wimpy Kid and Big Nate among the most checked out library...

Quartz has an infographic, charts and more to tell us what the most checked out books - by city - were in 2016. They...