By Megan McGrew, Molly Finnegan
The nominees for the so-called Oscars of comics were announced on Thursday. Michael Cavna, writer and artist for Comic Riffs at the Washington Post, offered up his top picks for books that deserve some of the superhero limelight.
By Michael Boulter
A Canadian comic book collective is working closely with refugees like Mohammed Alsaleh, who fled from Syria, to help them tell their stories. Special correspondent Stefan Labbe and producer Lauren Kaljur report.
By PBS NewsHour
There's a slow but growing movement toward greater diversity in comics.
By Vic Pasquantonio
During Teacher Appreciation Week, this teacher shares why he remains passionate about his work -- he brings his passion for comics into the classroom, and it's paid off.
By Tim Smyth
By Joshua Barajas
The first comic that cartoonist Gene Luen Yang ever bought was a two-in-one issue that featured a man made out of rocks and an intergalactic cyborg. He loved comics, especially the kind that featured space aliens. So he started making…
Faith, a Valiant comic featuring the title character, has sold out five times in its limited-run series, a significant feat in in the comic book industry.
Comic books have had a long history of tackling social issues. Teacher Tim Smyth says comic books and graphic novels are powerful vehicles to engage students in both history and current events.
The stigma of postpartum depression is addressed in the pages of a comic book-turned-web-series, which begins its second season on Friday.
By Rocky Mountain PBS
Native American comics are working to bring fresh attention to Native cultures and people in a country where many people have limited or inaccurate knowledge about them.
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