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The tights and capes may have long left the Javits Center, but two weeks after New York Comic Con, we at GraphicNovelReporter are still abuzz with all we saw and learned. Our crack team of reviewers and interns sped from panel to panel like the Flash on a good day, takings notes in copious quantities. Here are some of the big things we learned.
Bestselling graphic novelist Dave Gibbons was named the first Comics Laureate of the United Kingdom on Friday at the Lakes International Comic Art Festival.
Two weeks ago, 151,000 people attended New York City's biggest pop culture event --- Comic Con.
The beautiful chaos that is New York Comic Con is now over, and what is left? Only comic book memories and cosplay dreams --- or, in this case, cosplay photos, courtesy of Vic Vaiana. We hope you enjoy this visual round up of a few of our favorite costumes.    
Hello, New York, and welcome to NYCC 2014! Here at GraphicNovelReporter, excitement is bubbling, and we can't wait to see what sorts of things this year's Con has in store, be it on the floor, in a panel or at a screening.
          Miami Book Fair International, presented by the Florida Center for the Literary Arts at Miami Dade College, returns to Florida on November 14th for its 27th year, and will again feature the popular Comix Galaxy.
“Comics are for kids.”
Craig Thompson’s BLANKETS is an autobiographical "illustrated novel" (as noted on the cover) that recounts events mostly from Thompson's late adolescence, wherein he questions the deep-seeded fait
I remember going into my local comic shop when I first started collecting comics circa 1994. I was mesmerized by the sheer vastness of comics there were, and had no real idea what direction my collecting would take me.