The strip’s creator Berkeley Breathed is on board as writer and executive producer.
“Groo the Wanderer” is a rarity: a long-running comic book series that has remained in its creator’s ownership for 40 years.
“We need to collectively decide what’s healthy for us as individuals,” says Gavin, “and find a way to make taking responsibility for maintaining our mental health a real priority.”
The Avengers are caught up in their biggest battle yet.
The manga has been published online in English and can be read for free.
Leib created animation for The New York Times and films including “American Splendor” and “American Ultra.”
The production company was co-founded by Jada Pinkett Smith and Will Smith.
The changes come as the company launches an initiative to grow its presence in the kids, family, and young adult sphere.
Dreamworks veteran Gabriele Pennacchioli is on board as executive producer.
Are you ready for the Stan Lee Universe?
A new documentary reveals how the 70-year-old comic strip is produced.
The event will take place again in 2021.
Dead at 92, the French comic icon is being called “the master,” “a genius,” and “a gateway drug to beautiful European comics.”
Sam Spina’s comic reveals the joys, anxieties, and endless procrastination that his career involves. Read it here.
The comic adaptation is the third animated series to be announced by Jeffrey Katzenberg’s forthcoming short-form content platform.
“I’ve waited a long time for this,” says “Bone” creator Jeff Smith.
Viacom has bought Garfield.
The director of “Cats Don’t Dance” and “Emperor’s New Groove” is taking the reins of the “Garfield” animated feature.
Happy 80th birthday to Sergio Aragones!