Expectations couldn't be higher for the female-led action movie, more than 70 years after Wonder Woman first burst upon the scene in her red bustier and blue shorts.
Nowadays comics and cartoons are often more powerful and convey more messages than a simple photo
Eminent and distinguished Tintinophiles – yes fans of Tintin gathered at the Grand-Place in Brussels to celebrate that most famous Belgian reporter and…
An original artwork by the late Belgian cartoonist Hergé of his hero Tintin and friends has sold for €1.
Mexico draws the Trump
French far right leader Marine Le Pen is given the comic book treatment by a Charlie Hebdo cartoonist who explores the “dark side” of the woman who could make it to make it to the second round of Fran
Fans came dressed as their favourite characters from comics and film at Comic-Con International in San Diego.
The superhero film that fans have been waiting for - 'Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice' sees the two comic book icons battling each other in the follow-up to 'Man of Steel'.
Portugal's annual event dedicated to some of its best cartoonists has a woman as the guest of honour for the first time - award winning Belgian artist Cécile Bertrand.
Anooki are loveable little Inuits who bring their own brand of colour and fun to an otherwise brutal world. Created by graphic designers Moetu Batlle
Based upon Marvel Comics’ most unconventional anti-hero, ‘Deadpool’ tells the story of former Special Forces agent turned mercenary Wade Wilson
At least eight candidates for one of the world’s premier cartoon prizes have withdrawn from the competition in protest at the absence of women on the
Asterix and Obelix are back and rumour has it WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has got in on the act. The 36th book about a village of Gauls
A sneak peak of “Asterix and the Missing Scroll”. It is the 36th edition of the famous adventures of the Gauls and it was unveiled in Paris. Asterix
Gauher Aftab is a Pakistani comic artist and his latest three-part work ‘The Guardian’ deals with one of the major issues of our time, extremism. The
The coming departure of Charlie Hebdo’s surviving cartoonist Renald Luzier casts a further shadow over the satirical magazine, adding to doubts about
The 11th Budapest International Comics Festival attracted hordes of comic fans to the Hungarian capital. It is the adult market that is now booming
A life in hiding is the price two cartoonists have paid for their satirical depictions of the Prophet Mohammed. Swede Lars Vilks and Kurt Westergaard
The 16th edition of the Cartoon Xira, dedicated to some of Portugual’s best cartoonists, has opened in Vila Franca de Xira near Lisbon. The
Joaquín Salvador Lavado, “Quino” is the first cartoonist to receive a Prince of Asturias Award in the Communications and Humanities category. Quino