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"Fables," "Angel" and "JSA" writer Bill Willingham pledged one spoiler per project during his C2E2 panel and subsequently revealed to fans a marriage in store for Snow White, new prophecies for Spike and more.
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.
Inside you'll find the sales estimates for comics and trade paperbacks in February 2010. Sales are down overall from last month, with DC Comics in both the top comic and TPB spots with "Blackest Night" and "Fables."
With Universal Pictures' "The Wolfman" hitting theaters today, CBR takes a look through the history of the myth of the werewolf as depicted in comic books, from Marvel's Werewolf by Night to "Fables'" Big Bad Wolf and beyond.
Things are looking pretty good this week as this column's reviewer turns 37 which in turn means an abbreviated column that features the king of magic, a transdimensional spy, a demigod and a nice day for a Fable-filled baseball game.
Are we in a seasonal depression? It's hard to tell, as Steve Rogers and Guy Gardner usher in an age of sadness that's still outshone by a Wakandan princess, The Advocate, two soldiers, a band of stories and two siblings.
The devil's in the details this week, with good dialogue making an appearance in even less-than-clearly-plotted comics, as both William Gravel and T'Challa make it work alongside a mouthy merc and all your favorite stories.
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.
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.
DC Comics has released images and solicitations for new comics and products on sale in December 2009, including the latest from "Blackest Night," "Batgirl," "The Authority: The Lost Year," "Daytripper" and much more.
Nothing but good times as Matt Murdock gets serious, Jimmy Woo and Michael Holt figure it out, Tony Stark breaks it down, there's no place like home for MODOK and Frau Totenkinder gets a makeover in a great week for comics.
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.
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.
"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.
You'll look as perturbed as Mister Terrific here when you deal with this week's comics despite three jumps, the best comic on the stands coming out and an Alanis Morrisette reference that's worth its weight in gold.
Good times at the comic shop this week with the genius of Gillen and McKelvie, Jonathan Hickman's late pass, Static meeting Black Lightning, Pym vs. Richards, the final vendetta of Chuckles and much more in this week's reviews.
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."
It's a huge week with five comics making the jump from "consider" to "purchase," with big showing from Starbreaker, Ms. Marvel, Hercules, Mark Richards and Star-Lord, and a magical surprise from Brian Michael Bendis.
Why so serious, Catman? Things went well with Jack of Fables back on the farm, William Gravel catching a shower and Mark Sable doing the unthinkable, plus "Dark Reign," Lantern action and more.
After a week away, how do the comics look? Bad. All bad. Megatron's MIA, legends fall flat, Elektra's got the ninja whamma jamma, Majestic rules patiently, the FF is stupid and too much more.
Before taking a week off, the comics did their thing with great showings from Sunstreaker, Little Badger, Tony Stark, Kyle Baker, Irma Geddon, J.M. DeMatteis, while three DC books stink up the joint.
Your friends may finally have cracked open their copies of "Watchmen" in anticipation of the movie release, but what's REALLY next for them? Tim considers each type of reader and offers suggestions for "Following Watchmen."
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.
Just barely winning even with six jumps because there were big, big problems from Patsy Walker, "Trinity," "Avengers/Invaders" and Blade's hairdo, plus "Whatver Happened to The Caped Crusader" and more.
Wipe out as an ill-conceived prank centers a week of tales of adequacy, with Norman Osborn taking over, Blythe getting her wings in "Air," some surprises from Aspen and more.
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.
Two important things to know: Bill Willingham's getting ready to cash a great big honking check, and if the Alphabet Network has its way, you'll see Vertigo favorites in your living room sooner rather than later.
Tim returns from a weekend in the land of librarians having developed some rather strong opinions on comic book serialization, style, and content. He explores all of these concepts and more this week in "Killer Serials."
Good times with the thoughts of demigods, sound effects in Gotham City, psychic powers in the espionage world and bad stories in Fabletown, plus visiting Metropolis, "Anna Mercury," Earth 616's United Kingdom and more.
Not bad but not good as the DC rules the roost as far as purchases go and there's a lot to not like with schizophrenic scions, Avengers-less "Avengers" and a surprise from Jimmy Olsen.
A winning week shows up with Spider-Man knowing his role, Matt Fraction hitting his stride, Bill Willingham finishing things up, Larry Hama and Gail Simone calling it a comeback and more goodies to share.
"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."
A new "Fables" miniseries and an upcoming "Fables" crossover were just two of the revelations made in the "Fables" spotlight panel at Comic-Con International in San Diego over the weekend.
Things go well with a war in the land of stories, mercy for the elderly, crashing windows and the whimsy of youth, plus the return of Gary Phillips, Ambush Bug's editorial policies and more.
The Vertigo panel at Wizard World Philly saw Editor Bob Schreck and Adam Phillips discuss the imprint's current and future projects including a hint at some possible Michael Kaluta work.
Things work out well in spite of "Final Crisis" and "Marvel 1985," as G.I. Joe roars back to glory, the X-Men manage to astonish, Lex Luthor steps up his game and Jaime Reyes has a date.