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‘The Mandalorian’ season finale: Baby Yoda finally gets a dad

The planet of Mandalore is up for grabs in the Season 3 finale of “The Mandalorian.”

By David BetancourtApril 19, 2023

Edward Koren, cartoonist who drew his shaggier alter-ego, dies at 87

The New Yorker cartoonist gently skewered urbanites and crunchy Vermonters for more than six decades with hairy, cleverly-drawn characters.

By Michael S. RosenwaldApril 18, 2023

Rachel Pollack, writer of fantasy, tarot and trailblazing comics, dies at 77

She drew on her experience as a transgender woman to create the first transgender superheroine for DC Comics.

By Emily LangerApril 14, 2023

From Mad’s Al Jaffee, a beautiful blend of intelligence and irreverence

Mad magazine cartoonist Al Jaffee, who died Monday in New York at 102, tapped the power of counterculture humor.

By Michael CavnaApril 11, 2023

It’s time for Star Wars fans to get excited about movies again

After a polarizing trilogy, Star Wars’ new slate of releases looks to make it a cinematic force again.

By David BetancourtApril 11, 2023

Cartoon by John Cole

An editorial guest cartoon from John Cole of PennCapital-Star.com

By John ColeApril 24, 2023

Cartoon by Lisa Benson

An editorial guest cartoon from Lisa Benson

By Lisa BensonApril 23, 2023

How a Trump courtroom sketch became a milestone New Yorker cover

Court artist Jane Rosenberg had mere minutes to capture Trump in his New York appearance last week.

By Michael CavnaApril 10, 2023

Jerry Craft drew a positive Black story. Then the calls for a ban began.

The author of “New Kid,” a graphic novel aimed at young readers, was caught off guard when his books started showing up on lists of inappropriate material.

By Michael CavnaApril 8, 2023

How will Marvel Studios bounce back from its wave of bad news?

"Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania” not making a billion dollars for Marvel Studios is not as bad as it seems.

By David BetancourtApril 6, 2023

Did Lichtenstein create art or copy it? A new film stokes the controversy.

“I’d say it’s theft,” says one 96-year-old comic artist who feels Roy Lichtenstein unfairly appropriated his work. “It would be nice to be recognized.”

By Michael CavnaApril 5, 2023

How political cartoons are tackling Trump’s indictment

Political cartoonists drew on deadline to satirize the New York indictment of former president Donald Trump in the hush-money case involving Stormy Daniels.

By Michael CavnaMarch 31, 2023