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John Mayo analyzes the performance of "Justice League of America" #1 from an historical perspective, explains why "Vibe" could have benefited from more aggressive promotion and looks at "Hellblazer's" final years.
DC Comics and Vertigo have released a preview of the final issue of "Hellblazer." The creative team of Peter Milligan, Giuseppe Camuncoli and cover artist Simon Bisley say goodbye to John Constantine on February 20.
DC Comics has released a first look at "Constantine" #1 written by Jeff Lemire and Ray Fawkes with art by Renato Guedes. The New 52 adventures of John Constantine begin March 13.
Ray Fawkes discusses his and Jeff Lemire's approach to "Constantine" and how the solo series will present the one time Vertigo mainstay in a different light than his "Justice League Dark" appearances.
Industry veteran Simon Bisley gives CBR News an exclusive glimpse behind the curtain, sharing several thumbnail sketches for the painted cover of the final issue of Vertigo's "Hellblazer."
Legendary artist Simon Bisley discusses the cancellation of "Hellblazer" with issue #300, his favorite moments on the book, thoughts on new series "Constantine" and what went into creating the final "Hellblazer" cover.
With Vertigo Executive Editor Karen Berger departing her position and the cancellation of "Hellblazer," CBR looks at the history of the acclaimed DC Comics' imprint and presents our picks for its top ten series.
Peter Milligan spoke with CBR about the final days of John Constantine in the pages of "Hellblazer," Vertigo's flagship series which is coming to an end in February following its final arc, "Death and Cigarettes."
With a move from Vertigo to the DC Universe John Constantine is in for some changes, but writer Robert Venditti explains why the sardonic, smoking magician will stay the same at his core.
As we prepare to say farewell to "Hellblazer," check out three John Constantine Easter eggs in non-Vertigo comics, including the craziest magical bar you'll ever see! Harry Potter, Promethea and more!
CSBG's Sonia Harris was already vocally displeased with DC Comics' treatment of John Constantine, and the announcement of the cancellation of "Hellblazer" has inspired her to weigh in on how to better utilize the character.
As of February's "Hellblazer" #300, John Constantine will no longer walk the London streets of Vertigo. Instead, Robert Venditti will tell the solo adventures of his New 52 Justice League Dark counterpart in "Constantine."
In this week's Halloween CSBG, was "Hellblazer" originally titled "Hellraiser?" Who are Willoughby Kipling and Ambrose Bierce and what do they have to do with John Constantine? And did Keanu Reeves turn Constantine American?
"The Unwritten" writer won an Inkpot Award at Comic-Con International before a career retrospective that revealed the real reason he quit "X-Men: Legacy" and TV adaptation news.
Writer Peter Milligan speaks to CBR about the newest human "Red Lantern" in the DC Comics series and why family is on Constantine's brain in "Hellblazer."
Peter Milligan dives deep into the world of "Justice League Dark," penning the first "Hellblazer Annual" in twenty years and writing two John Constantines.
DC Comics has released their full solicitations text and images for product being released in November, 2011, including the latest from "Action Comics," "Green Lantern," Justice League," "Batman" and more.
DC Comics has released their full solicitations text and images for product being released in October, 2011, including every DC Relaunch title, the new Vertigo anthology "Unexpected" and more.
Peter Milligan spoke with CBR News about what the "dark" in "Justice League Dark" really means while sharing an exclusive look at art by series artist Mikel Janin.
Peter Milligan speaks exclusively with CBR about his upcoming miniseries, "Flashpoint: Secret Seven," reveals a new member and his take on Swamp Thing and Constantine returning to the DC Universe.
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.
John Constantine ties the knot in this week's "Hellblazer" #275 by Peter Milligan and Giuseppe Camuncoli, with uninvited guests from heaven and hell dropping by. CBR has an exclusive 5-page preview, courtesy of DC/Vertigo.
Writer Peter Milligan spoke with CBR News about January's upcoming "Hellblazer" #275 which features what was once considered completely unthinkable: the wedding of John Constantine!
Sean Murphy, the artist of "Joe the Barbarian," spoke with CBR about his return to John Constantine in "Hellblazer: City of Demons," the new edition of his creator-owned "Off Road" and the status of "Punk Rock Jesus."
DC Comics has released solicitation information and images for new comics and products shipping in January 2011, including the latest from "Brightest Day," "Batman Inc.," the prelude to "Flashpoint" and much more.
The creative forces between DC Comics' Vertigo imprint took to the CCI stage to discuss the company's various titles and what's to come in popular titles such as "Daytripper," "Unknown Soldier," "Fables" and more.
Best-selling artist Sean Phillips sat down with long time friend, "Hellboy" artist Duncan Fegredo, and discussed his three decades in the comics industry and how it took 25 years to break into the mainstream.
At CCI's Vertigo: On the Edge panel, the DC Comics imprint announced that "Hellblazer's" John Constantine is getting married. Series writer Peter Milligan told CBR News that maybe he is.
The canceled issue of "Hellblazer" focusing on school shootings by Warren Ellis and Phil Jimenez will finally see release in what the publisher is branding a "Vertigo Resurrected" line of issues formerly kept off the market.
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.
The writer of such books as "Inhumans," "Wolverine: Origin," "The Darkness," "Hellblazer" and more, Paul Jenkins goes in-depth with CBR News about his long career in comics, and how he almost literally fell into the profession.
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.
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.
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.
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.
CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale from DC Comics, Vertigo and Wildstorm this Wednesday including "Hellblazer" #250, "DCU Holiday Special 2008," "Supergirl" #36 and more.
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.
Scalped and Ghost Rider scribe Jason Aaron sits down with CBR News to discuss his take on John Constantine in Hellblazer and other new projects including a stint on Black Panther.