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Captain America No. 1, by Ta-Nehisi Coates, Annotated

Captain America No. 1, by Ta-Nehisi Coates, Annotated

Nuke, Captain America's enemy, killing protesters at the National Mall.
Steve Ditko, Influential Comic-Book Artist Who Helped Create Spider-Man, Dies at 90

Steve Ditko, Influential Comic-Book Artist Who Helped Create Spider-Man, Dies at 90

A full-page Steve Ditko image from The Amazing Spider-Man No. 33. Many fans regard Issues 31, 32 and 33 as a Ditko peak.
Comic Book Publishers, Faced With Flagging Sales, Look to Streaming

Comic Book Publishers, Faced With Flagging Sales, Look to Streaming

Inside the DC Universe Experience at Comic-Con International in San Diego. DC Entertainment used the interactive experience to promote its upcoming streaming service.
Comic Book Publishers, Faced With Flagging Sales, Look to Streaming

Comic Book Publishers, Faced With Flagging Sales, Look to Streaming

Inside the DC Universe Experience at Comic-Con International in San Diego. DC Entertainment used the interactive experience to promote its upcoming streaming service.
Comic Book Publishers, Faced With Flagging Sales, Look to Streaming

Comic Book Publishers, Faced With Flagging Sales, Look to Streaming

Inside the DC Universe Experience at Comic-Con International in San Diego. DC Entertainment used the interactive experience to promote its upcoming streaming service.
Q. & A.: Why a Picture Book Now for Young Kids? Let’s Just Say He Could Feel It in His Bones

Q. & A.: Why a Picture Book Now for Young Kids? Let’s Just Say He Could Feel It in His Bones

“The thing with a picture book is you don’t want to overload the pages with a lot of text,” says Jeff Smith, the creator of the graphic novel series “Bone,” about working on picture books.
Marie Severin, Versatile Comic Book Artist, Dies at 89

Marie Severin, Versatile Comic Book Artist, Dies at 89

Marie Severin drew her own caricature surrounded by Marvel characters. “A lot of the great Marvel covers of the ’60s and ’70s were her design, and nobody knew it,” a comics historian said.
Edward Gorey Was Eerily Prescient

Edward Gorey Was Eerily Prescient

Something wild: The artist and author Edward Gorey, in a photograph from the early 1970s, favored a raccoon coat for a time.
He Makes Archie Deep and Sabrina Dark. Meet Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa.

He Makes Archie Deep and Sabrina Dark. Meet Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa.

Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, the showrunner of “Riverdale” and “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina,” is a John Hughes for a darker, more cynical, way more libidinous age.
G.I. Joe, Mickey Mouse and Captain America Walk Into … a Display

G.I. Joe, Mickey Mouse and Captain America Walk Into … a Display

Marvel’s “G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero,” from 1982, left, sharing a case with an original G.I. Joe prototype, at the Library of Congress.
Stan Lee Is Dead at 95; Superhero of Marvel Comics

Stan Lee Is Dead at 95; Superhero of Marvel Comics

Mr. Lee at his office in Manhattan in 1980. As chief writer and editor of Marvel Comics, Mr. Lee was, for many, the embodiment of Marvel, if not comic books in general.

The Last Word: Stan Lee

Stan Lee, one of the most influential writers and publishers in the comic book industry, sat down with The New York Times in 2015 to talk about his life and career.
Hip-Hop and Comics Speak the Same Language

Hip-Hop and Comics Speak the Same Language

Flowers and mementos are left on the star of late Marvel Comics co-creator Stan Lee on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles.
Stan Lee: One Fan Remembers the Voice, the Words, the Face

Stan Lee: One Fan Remembers the Voice, the Words, the Face

Stan Lee making a cameo in animated form in the 1994-98 cartoon series “Spider Man.”
Why Stan Lee’s Fictional Superheroes Lived in the Real New York

Why Stan Lee’s Fictional Superheroes Lived in the Real New York

Stan Lee, who died Monday, tied Marvel’s stable of pulp-fiction heroes to a real place — New York.