In the trailer for the new DC TV series, Robin answers 'F@#k Batman!' when the bad guys ask about the Caped Crusader. This is a hopeful move to necessary character changes in superhero storytelling.
Australian comic producers punch above their weight globally – many have been picked up by international publishers yet remain little known at home. Here are 10 of the best.
To read a comic is to engage in play, problem solving and self discovery.
For 80 years, The Beano has had the UK in stitches.
Graphic novels have a long history and are becoming an ever-more popular way of bringing profound and complex stories to life.
Why this art form is rather more than just biff, bang pow.
Comics often portray those with dementia as abnormal or less than human.
World Book Day is about more than just fancy dress, it's about encouraging a love of reading in children and giving them the chance to be their heroes for the day.
The new Black Panther film has a lot in common with medieval romance tales.
Cosplay and comic conventions are attracting millions of fans around the world, generating huge amounts of money and launching some interesting design careers.
The reviews are coming in pretty harsh for Justice League. If Superman is awesome and Batman is awesome and Wonder Woman is awesome, shouldn’t the three of them together be thrice as awesome?
The New York Pop artist who turned dots into icons died 20 years ago.
Because they're mass-produced and written in a serialized format, comics can be seen as historical documents that reflect the political moment.
The dystopian urban future imagined in the Judge Dredd comics warns against letting technology rule our transport systems.
Still going strong in its 30th year, The Simpsons follows a strict animation style guide based on Matt Groening's own rules, and has much to teach young animators
It's the 100th anniversary of the birth of graphic novel pioneer Will Eisner.
Saving students through the medium of comics.
The Marvel superhero directly confronts a 'war on terror culture' that regards Muslim-Americans as threats.
The Riverdale gang have gone from squeaky clean 40s hijinks, to bizarre Punisher cross-overs in the 90s, to a Twin Peaks-lookalike murder mystery today.
The graphic novel has become a literary phenomenon, but the name doesn't adequately describe the medium's flexibility, diversity and potential.