Dilbert finds a new home after creator's racist tirade
Scott Adams will now produce subscriber content on Rumble after being dropped by his distributor and major U.S. outlets for calling Black people a "hate group."
Brutal GodSlap #2 out now from new publishing house Bad Egg
The second issue of Charles "MoistCr1TikaL" White's comic series is a production of a partnership with merchandising firm Warren James.
Laughter as mom and dad dress up as famous dead parents for Halloween
The family reference famous deaths from Batman, Harry Potter and Star Wars.
New York Comic Con begins Thursday: Who will be there and what to expect
The four-day fan convention begins October 6 at Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in Manhattan and features a number of celebrity guests.
DC Comics Accused of Using Racist Stereotype for Hispanic Heritage Cover
DC fans are upset about artwork for variant covers that show various superheroes with Hispanic food.
Asher Muldoon Dissects His Bloody Good Musical 'The Butcher Boy'
Asher Muldoon, who wrote the book, music and lyrics, talked to Newsweek about the creation of the "The Butcher Boy," which had its world premiere at Irish Rep.
'The Sandman' Composer Got 'Crash Course' in Comics to Create Perfect Score
David Buckley spoke to Newsweek about creating the music behind the Netflix show, and how understanding Neil Gaiman's comics was the key.
'The Sandman': Neil Gaiman and Cast on Why Netflix Changes 'Make Sense'
"The Sandman" adapts Neil Gaiman's iconic comics and the creator and cast spoke to Newsweek about the show and some of the changes that have been made.
'The Sandman' Creator Neil Gaiman on his 30-Year Journey to Adapt the Comic
"The Sandman" creator Neil Gaiman spoke to Newsweek about finally adapting his comics for Netflix after 30 years of "killing bad versions" of the story.
How Does Netflix's 'The Sandman' Compare to Neil Gaiman's Comics?
"The Sandman" is based on Neil Gaiman's iconic comic book series, and co-creators Allan Heinberg and David S. Goyer spoke to Newsweek about adapting it.
'The Sandman' Explained: Who Are The Endless and What Can They Do?
Netflix's "The Sandman" adaptation introduces four members of The Endless who were originally created by Neil Gaiman in his comic book series.
Comic-Con Reveals: 'Guardians of the Galaxy', 'Walking Dead' Spinoffs
As San Diego Comic-Con returns for its second day, Disney and AMC have revealed trailers and details on their new upcoming spinoffs.
Robb Armstrong and Franklin From 'Peanuts' Are Changing the World
"JumpStart" creator Robb Armstrong told Newsweek about his connection to the popular "Peanuts" character and how they've come together to help Black artists.
Robb Armstrong and Sparky: How the 'JumpStart' Creator Met Charles Schulz
From drawing Snoopy as a 5-year-old to becoming one of the "Peanuts" creator's good friends, Robb Armstrong shares how he met his idol.
Tim Sale, Beloved Batman Artist, Mourned by Comics World: 'Legendary'
Comics artist Tim Sale, known for works like "Batman: The Long Halloween," died on Thursday at the age of 66.
National Superhero Day: People and Pups Who Saved Lives Without Capes
National Superhero Day, according to the Marvel universe, is April 28. However, the everyday heroes portrayed in Newsweek don't appear in Marvel movies or wear capes.
Alice Oseman on Adapting 'Heartstopper' and Possible 'Solitaire' Spin-Off
Alice Oseman spoke to Newsweek about adapting her "Heartstopper" comics for Netflix, what it was like on set, and the likelihood of there being a "Solitare" spin-off.
How Does Netflix's 'Heartstopper' Compare to Alice Oseman's Comics?
Netflix's new show "Hearstopper" is based on graphic novels created by Alice Oseman, which chart the love story between teens Charlie Spring and Nick Nelson.
'The Batman' Director Confirms 'Insane' Hidden Easter Egg Spotted by Fan
One eagle-eyed fan spotted a surprise appearance in Matt Reeves' reboot of the DC Comics favorite that has just landed on HBO Max
Spider-Man Fan Spots Fascinating Detail Behind Willem Dafoe's Green Goblin
The discovery from the latest Spider-Man movie left some fans stunned. "I have never seen this before," one wrote. "This is crazy."
$350K Comic Book-inspired BMW by Jeff Koons Has Eye-popping Appeal
Artist Jeff Koons designed a new BMW art car, which will be brought into production.
The Differences Between 'Raising Dion' on Netflix and the Original Comic
Dennis Liu's 2015 comic book "Raising Dion" was turned into a Netflix series which has just launched its second season.
List of LGBT Superheroes Grows With New Superman Coming Out as Bisexual
DC Comics said the reveal will be part of the new series' fifth issue, which is expected to hit shelves on November 9.
Man Creates 'Sick' Venom Spider-Man Cosplay Using Raw Beef and Onions
A video of the stomach-churning low-budget costume based on the Marvel character has been viewed more than 7.8 million times.
'I Play the First Black Woman in Kevin Smith's Masters of The Universe'
After booking roles on Supernatural and Jane the Virgin and playing Meghan Markle in a movie, the audition for Masters of The Universe: Revelation came up.
'I Lost My Leg To Necrotizing Fasciitis'
I was just planning to depict my coma hallucinations in comic form, but then I started looking at Dan's diary. I was able to plot memories and talk to people he mentioned to create a narrative that gave me closure.
Man Throws Girlfriend Incredible Batman-Themed Birthday Party
A woman enjoyed Batman-themed decorations, outfits, food, 3D props, games, riddles and even a photobooth.
'Falcon and the Winter Soldier' Captain America Reveal Makes Fans Emotional
"The Falcon and The Winter Soldier" finale left fans emotional as the new Captain America embraced the shield.
'Snyder Cut' Reaction as Viewers Praise 'Epic' and 'Amazing' Remake
DC fans are sharing their thoughts on "Zack Snyder's Justice League" as the critics' verdicts are rolling in.
Cartoonist Adam Ellis Says Movie 'Keratin' Was Plagiarized From His Work
"The filmmakers haven't contacted me since October, when I told them I wouldn't give permission for the film to be released," Adam Ellis told Newsweek on Monday.