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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.
CBR News has acquired a copy of the promotional poster for "The Losers," featuring art by the Vertigo series' co-creator, Jock. Copies of the poster will be given away at Comic-Con International this weekend.
The hard-hitting word from Vertigo's burgeoning crime-line comes straight out of San Diego as well as word on brand new monthly series, and CBR is there live to bring all the noirish news!
Bill Willingham shares exclusive details about his forthcoming 400-page “Fables” prose novel, as well what’s coming in 2010 for the Big Bad Wolf. We've also got the full first chapter of "Peter & Max."
Novelist Ian Rankin delves into the mind of John Constantine in “Dark Entries,” an original Vertigo graphic novel. CBR spoke with Rankin about the project, the nature of Constantine, and the phenomena of reality television.
Acclaimed writer Peter Milligan's new Vertigo series "Greek Street" digs into the crazier, sexier elements of classical tragedy as set in modern London. We spoke to the writer and previewed the first seven pages.
From the mysteries of "Fringe" to the pages of a Vertigo comic, actor Mark Valley is Christopher Chance, and we've got the inside information on the new Fox series.
With "Scalped" #27 in stores now, CBR talks with writer Jason Aaron about the Vertigo series' current arc, "High Lonesome," which examines the good, the bad and the ugly aspects of book's cast.
We conclude our candid and in-depth chat with "Lucifer" creators Mike Carey & Peter Gross about their new Vertigo project, "The Unwritten." The pair discuss the project's original name, society's obsession with celebrity, and more.
CBR News goes in-depth with "Lucifer" creators Mike Carey & Peter Gross about their hotly anticipated new Vertigo series "The Unwritten," which explores the nature of stories themselves.
Grant Morrison has tackled all the biggies, but no superhero shares his voice like the scuba suit-wearing Seaguy. We spoke with the writer about the return of his cult fave hero in "Seaguy: The Slaves of Mickey Eye."
The writer of such popular series as “Lucifer” and “X-Men: Legacy,” Mike Carey talks to CBR TV about his newest project, Vertigo’s “The Unwritten,” re-uniting him with “Lucifer” artist Peter Gross.
Writer Brian Azzarello and cover artist Dave Johnson met with fans at San Francisco's WonderCon to discuss Vertigo’s “100 Bullets,” from the book's origins to the upcoming final issue to what comes next for the creative team.
Vertigo gave WonderCon attendees a brief glimpse into Vertigo Crime, their new original graphic novel imprint, as well as hints of the future of the long-running imprint's regular titles, including news about the "Fables" prose novel.
Vertigo unveiled at New York Comic Con its new line of crime-themed graphic novels by creators including Brian Azzarello, Peter Milligan, Christos Gage and more. Find out why digest sized comics aren't just for kids anymore.
CBR News was in attendance during the Vertigo: Tales from the Edge panel at New York Comic Con. Among the big announcements: "Absolute Death," Milligan on "Hellblazer," Vertigo's first prose book and more.
Artist Sean Murphy (“Off Road”, “Batman/Scarecrow: Year One”) talks about his work on “Hellblazer" and how he came to terms with the book's graphic horror. Murphy also tells CBR News about future projects.
With "Northlanders" #14 on sale this week, creator Brian Wood goes in- depth with CBR about the hugely acclaimed Vikings series, discussing his research, creative process, and what fans can look for next.
Over the course of being a long time comics reader, you'll encounter stories that will never leave you. George tells you about one such story by Neil Gaiman & Dave McKean in "Hellblazer" #27 and speaks briefly with Gaiman about the story.
In this exclusive interview with CBR News, venerable "Fables" creator Bill Willingham says he's not currently involved in any way with the ABC television project based on his Eisner-winning Vertigo series.
The longest-running Vertigo series sees an extra-sized 250th issue this month, featuring work by "Hellblazer" alumni and incoming writer Peter Milligan, who talks about his plans for dark anti-hero John Constantine.
CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale from DC Comics, Vertigo and Wildstorm tomorrow including "Batman" #681, "Superman" #682, "JSA Kingdom Come Special: The Kingdom," "Unknown Soldier" #2 and more.
The artist behind Vertigo’s hot new series "Madame Xanadu," Amy Reeder Hadley goes in-depth about working with writer Matt Wagner, her love of manga, and provides an exclusive look at issue #6 with guest star Death.
The award-winning artist and writer P. Craig Russell talks to CBR about "The Dream Hunters" and the other Neil Gaiman book he illustrated and adapted, "Coraline," his passion for adaptations and his love of opera.
Acclaimed comics creator Matt Wagner checks in with word on his latest hit Vertigo series, "Madame Xanadu," from an appearance by Neil Gaimain's Death to the return of Xanadu legend Mike Kaluta on the next story arc.
With Vertigo unleashing this week a new “Unknown Soldier” ongoing series, writer Joshua Dysart talks to CBR about bringing back the “one man in the right place” to fight a new war, this time set in modern day Uganda.
DC Comics has released images and solicitations for new comics and products on sale in January, 2009, including the latest from "Final Crisis," " Faces of Evil," "Green Lantern," "100 Bullets," and much more.
CBR News concludes its profile series of The Mates with David Tischman, writer of Vertigo’s new anarchic, Beatles-esque superhero book, “Greatest Hits.” Today we meet the man of clay, Golem, the Pete Best of The Mates.
CBR News speaks with “Scalped” writer Jason Aaron about his new arc, “Gravel in Your Guts,” as well as the writer's future plans for the Eisner-nominated Native American crime saga from Vertigo.
We continue our profile series of The Mates with David Tischman, the writer of Vertigo’s new anarchic superhero book, “Greatest Hits.” This week, meet the coke-fueled mutant speedster known as Zipper!
We continue our profile series of The Mates with David Tischman, the writer of Vertigo’s new anarchic superhero book, “Greatest Hits.” This week, meet Vizier, a super-spiritual, George Harrison-esque mystic.
We continue our profile series of The Mates with David Tischman, the writer of Vertigo’s new anarchic superhero book, “Greatest Hits.” This week, meet Crusador, a girl-crazy, Paul McCartney-esque strongman.
UPDATED: Writer Frank Marraffino refuels DC’s iconic armored war machine and summons its signature Civil War ghost in a forthcoming miniseries from Vertigo. CBR News spoke with Marraffino about "Haunted Tank."
With Vertigo's "Greatest Hits" launching this week, CBR News caught up with writer David Tischman to kick off a five-part feature profiling each of the idiosyncratic superheroes who rock out as The Mates. This week, meet Solicitor.
DC Comics has released images and solicitations for new comics and products on sale in December, 2008, including the latest from "Final Crisis," "Watchmen," "Batman: R.I.P.," "Superman" and much more.
Playing now in L.A. is a stage adaptation of "Mr. Punch," the acclaimed Vertigo graphic novel by Neil Gaiman & Dave McKean. CBR saw the show, which realizes McKean's visuals with masks, puppets, animation and more.
"Fables" creator Bill Willingham met with fans at Comic-Con International to distribute exclusive gifts, talk about new projects, go behind the scenes of books like "Salvation Run," and reveal the fate of Peter Pan in "Fables."