Iran is holding its second International Holocaust Cartoon Contest — supposedly in the name of free speech. Cartoonist Lior Zaltzman says it’s nothing but a cheap provocation.
From personal history to Forward classics, it was a rich year for Jewish women in comics. Michael Kaminer takes a look behind the bright colors.
The newest superheroine on the Israeli block is a black Spandex-clad woman named Ilanit. She fights terrorists — and also the occupation — in Boaz Kadman’s new comic book.
An African American character will soon strap on the star-emblazoned shield and step into the red, white and blue uniform of Captain America in the pages of Marvel Comics.
Josh Orlian cracked up the judges on ‘America’s Got Talent.’ But his Orthodox day school in suburban Westchester County, N.Y., isn’t laughing.
David Brenner, a stand-up comedian who appeared regularly on “The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson,” died on Saturday in New York, a family spokesman said. He was 78.
Catching up with a long lost relative seemed like a unexpected treat for one artist. The pair chatted for hours, and promised to get together again soon. Then what happened?
Cartoonist Eli Valley sparked howls of protests with his work critiquing B’nai Jeshurun’s support for Palestinian statehood. Editor Jane Eisner sees no reason to apologize for it.
Forward Artist in Residence Eli Valley’s horrifying Halloween comic takes aim at a Zionist science experiment gone hideously wrong.
Comic book artist and writer Joe Kubert spent most of his life drawing brawny superheroes and rampaging dinosaurs. Then, Kubert, who died at 85, began a journey back to his roots.