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SDCC ‘19: Thursday’s Publisher’s Weekly panel looks at how new publishers...

How the book trade has influenced comics publishers

INTERVIEW: Tom Peyer and Stuart Moore discuss AHOY’s third wave of...

Peyer and Moore discuss what to expect from the recently-announced titles in AHOY's third wave of comics.

NYCC Artist Alley Denial Wave Crashes To Shore

Many pros found themselves having to figure out new plans for October.

‘Every Day: An Anti-Gun Violence Comics Anthology’ raises awareness through Kickstarter...

Every Day: An Anti-Gun Violence Comics Anthology has entered its final week of fundraising on Kickstarter. This anthology from Comicker Press was conceived in...

INDIE VIEW: ‘Bronze Age Boogie,’ ‘Invisible Kingdom,’ and comics by Miranda...

John Seven reviews 'Bronze Age Boogie #1' 'Invisible Kingdom #1' 'One Weird Trick' and 'Turtles'

The Beat’s Annual Creator Survey Part 3: Predictions and a Stephen...

More looks back, predictions...and a preiew of a new graphic biogrpahy of Stephen Hawking.

AHOY Comics: a new publisher is coming with bigger issues, poetry...

A new comics publsiher has just been announced with an intriguing line-up of creators and a magazine format.

The Beat’s Annual Creator Survey, 2018 Edition, Part Three: “I’ve heard...

We're back with more thoughts on the state of the comics industry, news and inspirations. Thanks to the creators from all over the industry...

The Beat Annual Creator Survey 2017 Edition Part 4: What inspires...

And here's the fourth and final part of our creator survey, where we look at what inspires creators, what they're working on and what 2017 may being. Thanks to everyone who participated - and you'll fine a bunch of previews of work from Legend of Korra to Czap Books to Thanos.

NYCC ’16: DEADPOOL THE DUCK is coming from Marvel in 2017

Marvel's two comedic heroes collide this January

The Beat Annual Creator Survey Part 3: The year of diversity

Here's the third part of our annual creator survey with a varied look from people in all aspects of the business from creators to publishers to journalists. As always, buried among the answers you will find a bunch of news items for the sharp eyed and also some preview art. In case you haven't noticed, our panel certainly did: 2015 was the year diversity broke around the comics industry, although much, much, much more needs to be done. Read on to see what our our respondents thought about the year past and what they have coming for 2016.

The Beat’s Annual Survey 2015 edition Part Three: with added sneak...

Yep it's part three of our annual look at the year coming and going. My trip to Angouleme in 2014 enabled me to add more international participants to the survey, so look for some perspective the global comics business and even a wee Joann Sfar preview in the answers below. Part One and Part Two of the survey can be found here.