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Matt Kindt, the cartoonist behind "Super Spy: Lost Dossiers," spoke with CBR News about the new graphic novel, his philosophy on book design working with story, his upcoming Vertigo graphic novel "Revolver" and more.
"The Losers," opening this Friday, is a pleasing mix of laughs and action. Equal parts caper-flick and revenge-picture, it recalls a time when action movies were meant to be fun instead of morose morality plays.
Karen Berger laid out the next few months of plans for DC's literary imprint with a panel including Bill Willingham, Peter Straub and Cliff Chiang, who shared the story of his career-steering email from Neil Young.
The cast, writer and director of "The Losers" assembled for a press conference last Sunday and CBR was there as the group discussed love scenes, fight scenes, the film's comic roots and actor Oscar Jaenada's eyes.
The man behind The Comedian sinks his teeth into a new comic book role as Jeffrey Dean Morgan leads the Losers as Clay, a man out for revenge, talks the next comic character he wants to play and more.
Before signing on to play Captain America, the actor best known as Johnny Storm sat down on the set of "The Losers" to talk cracking wise as computer hacker Jensen, what it was like working on "Scott Pilgrim" and more.
As the tattooed Aisha, Zoe Saldana brings an uncompromising tough girl take to the Losers' female team member and spoke with CBR about clashing with Morgan's Clay, taking on stunts and the future of "Star Trek."
Director Sylvain White, actor Columbus Short and others took CBR on a tour of the set for "The Losers," showing us the explosions, foul-mouthed camaraderie and more involved in adapting the acclaimed Vertigo title.
Writer Jason Aaron shares details about "Scalp's" early influences, why he loves his leading men – Bad Horse and Red Crow – and why the "Unwanted" arc will leave another lead character with some very difficult choices.
Writer Matt Wagner explores the mystical fringes of the DC Universe in "Madame Xanadu," and CBR caught up with him for a spell to talk about his newest story arc in the life of Vertigo's fortune-telling madame.
The artist behind Scott Snyder and Stephen King's new blood-sucking Vertigo monthly explains why he had to let his art grow up and what it takes to make vampires dirty, classy, bestial and sexy.
While co-writers Stephen King and Scott Snyder embark on dueling interview tours (including here at CBR), the DC mature readers imprint unveils brand new Rafael Albuquerque pages from this week's "American Vampire."
Brian Wood spoke with CBR News and delved into the topics of "Northlanders'" milestone 25th issue, his plans for the future of the series and the creator's incredibly massive collection of Viking research materials.
DC's newly minted Co-Publisher pushes forward with his artistic endeavors providing a brand new variant for the March-debuting Vertigo series by Scott Snyder, Stephen King and Rafael Albuquerque.
Series creator and writer Brian Wood takes CBR News through the creative process behind the stories in "DMZ's" milestone issue #50, featuring a veritable Who's-Who of artistic talent while giving fans a preview of things to come.
CBR spoke with Jeff Lemire at his home in Toronto, Canada to discuss “Sweet Tooth,” his critically acclaimed series for Vertigo Comics— and he tells us that Gus and Jepperd’s post-apocalyptic journey has just begun.
CBR spoke with the writer/creator of "DEMO" about the upcoming Vertigo miniseries, its entirely new cast of characters, recapturing his easygoing creative process with artist Becky Cloonan, and his feelings on creating a sequel.
Warner Bros. has released the first full trailer for their highly anticipated adaptation of "The Losers," their big budget action movie scheduled for an April 9 release and based on the Vertigo series by Andy Diggle and Jock.
With the first "Unwritten" collection, "Tommy Taylor and the Bogus Identity," on sale today, Mike Carey and Peter Gross share news about what's happened so far in their Vertigo Comics hit and what's to come in Year Two.
DC's Mature Reader imprint wraps the year with a pair of cover reveals for two of their 2010 offerings including the new series co-written by Stephen King and the OGN inspired by singer Neil Young
In this, the first part of a two-part interview with comics superstar Grant Morrison, CBR News spoke with the writer who shed some light on the darkness surrounding his new creator-owned series from Vertigo Comics, "Joe the Barbarian."
In the second of a two-part interview, the famed British writer discusses the re-release of "Shade, the Changing Man" and "Hellblazer" and reveals that the man from Meta and John Constantine will be crossing paths once again.
In the first of a two-part interview, the famed British writer, who has a long and winding history with Vertigo, discusses "Greek Street," and reveals details of what's to come in future storylines. Plus, an exclusive look at issue #6.
Gabriel Bá and Fábio Moon talk with CBR News about their new Vertigo series, "Daytripper," the title's central story elements and origins, and the process involved in creating the non-linear tale of a Brazilian newspaper writer.
CBR speaks with the New York Times bestselling author, Kevin Baker, about his first foray into comics with the Vertigo graphic novel "Luna Park," how a gangster being thrown out a window inspired his next novel, and more.
Clockwork Storybook alum Chris Roberson shares details about the "Fables" spinoff miniseries, "Cinderella: From Fabletown With Love," including where the title falls in terms of "Fables" continuity and who plays Q to Cindy's 007.
Series creator Brian Wood spills the info on the newest storyline hitting Russia, his mission statement for "Northlanders" as a whole, the complexity of Nordic names, and what’s in store for the future of the Vertigo Viking title.
The up-and-comer, Snyder, and the horror icon, King, reinvent the vampire legend at Vertigo with a multi-decade tale of a new breed of bloodsucker, drawn by Rafael Albuquerque.
CBR News speaks with writer G. Willow Wilson for her thoughts on Amelia Earhart, the upcoming Hilary Swank movie, and how the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean fits so nicely into the world of "Air."
"Scalped" #32 is the midway point of "The Gnawing", the biggest arc so far in Jason Aaron and R.M. Guera's ongoing Native American crime saga. CBR spoke with Aaron about the arc as well as "Scalped" plans in 2010.
In "The Unwritten," truth may be stranger than fiction, but fiction is much more powerful and dangerous. CBR spoke with writer Mike Carey about his ongoing Vertigo series and the second arc which kicks off in issue #6
The fabled "Fables" creator speaks with CBR News about the upcoming "Fables Deluxe Edition" hardcover and then lifts some of the mystery on his upcoming prose novel, "Peter and Max: A Fables Novel," as well.
The Eisner-award winning writer of “Fables,” Bill Willingham talks to CBR TV about the hit Vertigo series and his numerous other projects including new creator-owned work with Gene Ha and a mysterious miniseries for Dynamite.
With his first ongoing series kicking off next week at Vertigo, Eisner nominee Jeff Lemire talks to CBR News about “Sweet Tooth,” his post-apocalyptic fantasy tale featuring Gus, the deer-antlered boy.
The co-creator of such hits as "Transmetropolitan" and "The Boys," Darick Robertson goes in-depth with CBR News about his career, from his first work on "Space Beaver" to his relaunch of "Wolverine" and more.
In this in-depth conversation, Vertigo’s Executive Editor Karen Berger discusses with CBR News the imprint's success in 2009, plans for 2010, and why she feels Vertigo is delivering the best work in the industry.
PRESS RELEASE: DC Comics Announces An Incentive On Vertigo's "Cinderella: From Fabletown With Love" #1
"Fables" creator Bill Willingham and Comic-Con's David Glanzer talk to CBR about the problems fans encounter at the increasingly media -focused San Diego show, where many Vertigo readers were denied entry to the "Fables" discussion panel.
Bill Willingham and the other creators behind "Fables," "Jack of Fables" and the newly announced "Cinderella: From Fabletown with Love" met with fans at Comic-Con International to share exciting news about the hit Vertigo franchise.
Vertigo's panel at Comic-Con International in San Diego featured discussions of much of the publisher's line, with a healthy roster of creators in attendance. Two new graphic novels and Mike Allred's latest project are announced within.