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Scott Snyder discusses the second half of "The Wake," its watery, post-apocalyptic future and his own future as a DC/Vertigo writer.
Vertigo's "The Wake," "a great book that demonstrates the passion and drive of its creators," returns for the second half of its run.
"A Long Way Down" screenwriter Jack Thorne has been hired to script Joseph Gordon-Levitt's upcoming "The Sandman" film.
Malcolm Goodwin, Alexandra Krosney & David Anders have been cast in the Rob Thomas and Diane Ruggiero-written pilot based on the Vertigo series.
Rob Williams & Simon Coleby's superpowered comic "The Royals: Masters of War" #1 is "a fresh, unexpected tale filled with familiar notions."
Milestone co-founder Denys Cowan joined CBR TV for a lengthy discussion of his career, Milestone's mission and the ongoing struggle to create diverse characters.
Writer Kurt Busiek and artist Graham Nolan discuss "Astro City" #12, the first series issue drawn by a guest artist from start to finish.
Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon's seminal Vertigo series is in development at AMC, with "Breaking Bad" alum Sam Catlin on board as showrunner.
Brian Wood and Riccardo Burchielli's Vertigo series is in development at Syfy, with two former "Mad Men" writer-producers at the helm.
Telltale continues its incredible winning streak with the second episode of "The Wolf Among Us," "Smoke and Mirrors," adding a new section to "Fables" mythology.
CBR wants to know what other short-lived, gone-before-its-time Vertigo series you'd like to see follow "iZombie's" path to TV.
The latest in-development DC Comics-based TV project to get a pilot order is "iZombie," based on the 2010-2012 Vertigo series.
Check out an exclusive first look at the "Sandman: Overture" #2 variants by J.H. Williams III and original "Sandman" cover artist Dave McKean.
Scott Snyder discusses the return of "American Vampire," the latter half of the bloodsucker-filled Twentieth Century and the sci-fi horror of "The Wake."
Mike Carey and Peter Gross explore the lines between fiction & reality and explain why Shia LaBeouf would make a great addition to "The Unwritten."
Vertigo's "FBP: Federal Bureau of Physics" takes a month off for the first TPB and CBR catches up with writer Simon Oliver about the series and its future.
Brian K. Vaughan gets deep about his past and future, from DC's upcoming "Swamp Thing" collection to what's next in "Saga" and "The Private Eye."
Mike Carey and Peter Gross are back with "The Unwritten: Apocalypse" #1! Tom Taylor is stranded at the beginning of all creation on Jan. 22.
Vertigo has announced plans to publish "Vertigo Quarterly: CMYK," an anthology series launching with stories by Fabio Moon, Jock, & more.
From perennials like "Daredevil," "Batman" & "Saga" to acclaimed graphic novels including "March" & "The Property" to all-ages hits, CBR looks at the best of 2013.
With the news of Joseph Gordon-Levitt producing a “Sandman” movie, ROBOT 6’s Corey Blake wonders whether an adaptation of the landmark comic is a good idea.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt is reportedly "finalizing" a deal to produce a "Sandman" adaptation with David Goyer, and possibly star in the film.
Scott Snyder gives CBR insight into what's to come in the second half of his and Sean Murphy's post-apocalyptic miniseries "The Wake."
Marc Andreyko speaks about his Cinderella "Fairest" arc, working with Bill Willingham and his thoughts on the approaching "Fables" finale.
At Gallery Nucleus' opening for "A Handful Of Dust: 25 Years Of Sandman" exhibit, artist Gary Amaro reflects back on his time penciling "Sandman."
"2000 A.D." creators Rob Williams & Simon Coleby make their Vertigo debut with "The Royals," a superpowered monarchy set against the backdrop of World War II.
Scott Snyder & Sean Murphy's arc-concluding "The Wake" #5 is an impressive comic, and "captures the very essence of the horror genre."
Bill Willingham discusses the end of "Fables" and which of his characters proves to be "Fairest in All the Land" in the new spinoff OGN from Vertigo.
Neil Gaiman discusses his return to serialized storytelling with "Sandman: Overture," working with J.H. Williams III, the potential movie and much more.
Writer Kurt Busiek speaks to CBR about "Astro City's" return at Vertigo, his four-part Winged Victory story and the current superhero pop culture landscape.
CBR spoke with literary authority Leslie S. Klinger, who has annotated "The Sandman" for Vertigo, about his findings from "The Sandman: Overture" #1.
"Sandman: Overture" #2, originally solicited for Dec. 31, is now scheduled to be released in February 2014. UPDATE: Neil Gaiman explains the delay.
Writer Tim Seeley joins "Talon" for a two-issue stint, "Sandman: Overture" #2 has a new release date, and more from DC's February solicitations.
Vertigo has debuted the television commercial for "The Sandman: Overture" by Neil Gaiman and J.H. Williams III.
Vertigo series "iZombie" is in development as a TV series, with "Veronica Mars" creator Rob Thomas and collaborator Diane Ruggiero at the helm.
Artist extraordinaire JH Williams III takes CBR behind the scenes of bringing the dreams of Neil Gaiman's "Sandman: Overture" to life.
Ian Edginton talks about his new Vertigo series "Hinterkind," revealing why the Earth featured in the comic is closer to reality than one would hope.
Vertigo has released a preview for the this week's chapter of Jeff Lemire's acclaimed sci-fi miniseries, "Trillium."
Neil Gaiman & J.H. WIlliams III deliver an incredible comic with "The Sandman: Overture" #1, combining "brilliant" writing and art for a truly impressive issue.
J.H. Williams III shares his history with Neil Gaiman's creation, artistic influences and the collaborative process involved in bringing the historical project to life.