The Denver comic artist was moved to create "An Introduction to Alcohol" following his father's death.
Ed Stein, the former editorial cartoonist for the Rocky Mountain News, and Western Slope cartoonist Paul Snover, who got national attention for a billboard called "Donald the Dragon Slayer," share their perspectives.
Denver's Alan Brooks wrote the story for the six-part series "The Burning Metronome."
Set in Prague, Landes' graphic short story, "Revolt to What?" is a philosophical look at what happens after you get what you fought for.
"LEAD With Comics," a program from the Denver nonprofit Pop Culture Classroom, teaches inmates art and literacy skills so they can make their own graphic novels.
In "Empowerment Saga," the award-winning musician and storyteller conjures up bank robbers, loan sharks and gang members who time travel.
Meet Mr. Freeze, Machiko Noguchi and an original character at Denver Comic Con, where some spent months preparing for one weekend.
At Denver Comic Con Memorial Day weekend, a Denver educator will explain how graphic novels can help build literacy and critical thinking skills.
Colorado-based Stan Lee Media brought a seventh lawsuit to reclaim copyrights of popular superheros.
The increasing popularity of African-American characters in comics is paving the way for the first commercially successful black superhero in Hollywood.