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Peter Milligan dives deep into the world of "Justice League Dark," penning the first "Hellblazer Annual" in twenty years and writing two John Constantines.
Jason Aaron spoke with CBR TV at NYCC about his and artist R.M. Guera's upcoming "Scalped" finale, his recent trip to a Spanish comic book festival, the similarities between comics and football fans and more.
CBR spoke with writer Paul Cornell about his new UFO-centric Vertigo series "Saucer Country." He describes the series as "West Wing" does "X-Files" and revealed info on the characters. Updated with art.
To celebrate ALL COMICS EVE, "Voodoo Child" writer Selwyn Hinds speaks with CBR about the upcoming Vertigo series, the reality of Voodoo and America's most haunted city, New Orleans.
With Jason Aaron and R.M. Guera's "Scalped" halfway through its final year, Ryan K. Lindsay gives issue #53 4.5 stars, saying the creators are "bringing this violent crescendo to a majestic peak."
Chad Nevett gives the Eisner Award-winning team of Brian Azzarello and Eduardo Risso's latest creator-owned Vertigo debut 4.5 stars calling the first issue of "Spaceman" "pretty great -- a 'must buy.'"
Vertigo's second NYCC panel, hosted by Karen Berger, featured creators going in-depth about their series, discussing whether or not any DCU characters would be coming to Vertigo titles and more.
Vertigo hosted a star-studded panel at New York Comic Con to discuss its plans for the coming year as well as announcing day-and-date digital releases as new jumping on points appear.
Scott Snyder spoke with CBR TV about working on "Batman" with Greg Capullo, merging new DC comics continuity with Batman having had four Robins, his Image horror title "Severed" and more.
Writer Paul Cornell describes his and artist Ryan Kelly's new Vertigo ongoing series "Saucer Country," announced today at New York Comic Con, as "The West Wing" meets "X-Files."
DC Comics has announced an agreement to adapt Stieg Larsson's Millennium Trilogy into graphic novel format through its Vertigo imprint in 2012, starting with "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo."
PRESS RELEASE: CBLDF Continues Membership Drives with Incentives by Frank Miller, Karen Berger and Babymouse
Writer Chris Roberson spoke with CBR TV about collaborating with Mike Allred on their co-creator-owned "iZombie," taking over "Superman" from JMS and much more.
Ryan K. Lindsay praises the latest issue of Scott Snyder's "American Vampire," giving it 4.5 stars and calling the series "one of the best...gracing our shelves right now."
"Ziggy" creator Tom Wilson Sr. passes away. Vertigo's "The Chill," by Jason Star and Mick Bertilorenzi, wins Anthony Award! Interviews with Art Spiegelman, Terry Moore and Box Brown! Plus more!
Concluding our conversation with DC Comics' John Rood and Bob Wayne, CBR News discusses the mixed results DC has experienced in holding prices at $2.99, their hopes for the future of print and digital and much more.
In the first of a 2-part exclusive interview, DC Comics' John Rood and Bob Wayne discuss the publisher's relaunch initiative, the future of Vertigo, "Flashpoint's" importance to the New 52 and much more.
"Fables" creator Bill WIllingham spoke with CBR TV about his acclaimed series, the current status of it's TV deal, the upcoming video game, the newest ongoing spinoff tile "Fairest" and much, much more.
"DMZ" and "Northlanders" creator Brian Wood talks to CBR about his departure from DC Comics, his non-start on "Supergirl" and what the future holds for the longtime Vertigo writer.
CBR's review staff has given the Scott Snyder-written "American Vampire: Survival of the Fittest" #3 4.5 stars and "Detective Comics" #881, the final issue of the long-running series, a perfect 5-star review.
CBR's Ryan K. Lindsay gave "Scalped" #51 a rare five-star review, saying of Aaron & Guerra's work on the issue, "For a comic that has built its reputation on being hard, this issue stirs in a few extra shovels of concrete."
Writer Jason Aaron and artist R.M. Guera's crime saga, "Scalped," comes to a conclusion with issue #60. To prepare for the finale, we had an in-depth conversation with Aaron about issues #1-50
The creators of DC/Vertigo's "American Vampire" took advantage of fans awaiting a subsequent panel at Comic-Con, sinking their teeth into a room full of new readers
Greg McElhatton says "[I]t's no small wonder that 'American Vampire' just won an Eisner award," and gives Scott Snyder and Rafael Albuquerque's latest issue 4 stars.
During his Comic-Con panel, writer/artist Jeff Lemire proved why he's the busiest man in comics by discussing his new "Animal Man" & "Frankenstein" series for DC Comics in addition to Vertigo's "Sweet Tooth"
Bill Willingham and a cast of creators responsible for DC/Vertigo’s Fables Universe tease upcoming arcs, the spinoff series "Fairest" and a new "Fables" game
"Fables" writer Bill Willingham teams with Phil Jimenez, award-winning sci-fi novelist Lauren Beukes and others on "Fairest," a new spinoff for his acclaimed franchise.
What role did Disney, of all companies, play in the development of the Vertigo line of comics? Did Armageddon 2001 give us a sneak peek at Kyle Rayner? Plus a tale of the Superman Thanksgiving Day balloon!
David S. Goyer is attached to write and executive produce Showtime's adaptation of "100 Bullets," the acclaimed Vertigo crime series by Brian Azzarello and Eduardo Risso. SPINOFF has details.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of Brian Woods' "Northlanders" #41 featuring art by Marian Churchland and a cover by Massimo Carnevale. The issue hits tomorrow, June 15.
Terry Moore spoke with CBR about the conclusion of "Echo," the premiere of "Rachel Rising," his "How to Draw Women" book and "Fables" before offering a critique on the status of digital comics.
Doug Zawisza weighs in on Scott Snyder and Rafael Albuquerque's "American Vampire" #15, giving the issue 4 stars and praising the team for continuing to make "the world that much scarier, especially in the dark."
Author Gary Phillips spoke with CBR News about his newest Vertigo Crime graphic novel "Cowboys," the best way to research a crime-mystery story and revisiting "Angeltown" with Moonstone.
Augie found "Strange Adventures" disappointing, feeling it was a rehash of too many anthologies seen before. Then, jump in the time machine and see what's been happening in comics during the last 12 years!
Courtesy of Vertigo, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Spaceman," the latest collaboration from creators Brian Azzarello and Eduardo Risso, debuting May 25 in "Strange Adventures" #1.
Courtesy of Vertigo, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "American Vampire" Survival of the Fittest" by creator Scott Snyder and Sean Murphy. The spinoff miniseries debuts April 8.
Ryan K. Lindsay gives Scott Snyder and Rafael Albuquerque's "American Vampire" #14 4 stars and says the series is "going to become a definite cultural touchstone in comics for this period of history."
Jonathan Vankin, writer of "Brightest Day Aftermath: The Search for Swamp Thing" talks to CBR News about the miniseries that returns Swamp Thing and John Constantine to the DC Universe.
Writer Scott Snyder talks to CBR News about his “American Vampire” miniseries “Survival of the Fittest” with artist Sean Murphy and plans for the ongoing series about a new breed of vampire.
Writer Brian Wood spoke with CBR News about "Citizen Zee," the last one-shot issue of "DMZ," and the continuing political relevance of his long-running Vertigo series as it heads towards it's conclusion.