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Despite its delays, Neil Gaiman and J.H. William III's "Sandman: Overture" #5 "is still well above average and worth reading."
"Sandman: Overture" returns with its penultimate issue in late May, and CBR has the exclusive reveal of the variant cover by Dave McKean.
Neil Gaiman & J.H. Williams III's "The Sandman: Overture" #3 delivers with "flights of whimsy, dangerously grim moments and beautiful inventive set pieces."
"Batwoman" writer Marc Andreyko speaks about bringing the supernatural element back to the book and concluding the story left dangling in issue #24.
This week's Cover of the Week candidates include both covers for "The Sandman: Overture" #2, "All-New X-Factor" and more.
Ahead of his Cartoon Art Museum speech and Sandman-themed exhibit, artist JH Williams III discussed "Overture" and his work with CBR News.
Check out an exclusive first look at the "Sandman: Overture" #2 variants by J.H. Williams III and original "Sandman" cover artist Dave McKean.
With another newsworthy year complete, CBR looks back at the stories and trends that had the biggest impact on the comics industry in 2013.
Neil Gaiman discusses his return to serialized storytelling with "Sandman: Overture," working with J.H. Williams III, the potential movie and much more.
Months following a controversial creative team shift, writer Marc Andreyko's first "Batwoman" issue is out this week, tying in to "Zero Year."
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.
Vertigo has debuted the television commercial for "The Sandman: Overture" by Neil Gaiman and J.H. Williams III.
Artist extraordinaire JH Williams III takes CBR behind the scenes of bringing the dreams of Neil Gaiman's "Sandman: Overture" to life.
This week, Finn gets spooky, Marco and Alana get romantic, The Shadow gets surreal and Dream gets -- well, two spots.
ROBOT 6's J. Caleb Mozzocco reviews two high-profile DC releases, saying Williams III is the perfect "Sandman" artist and Kubert "draws the scariest Joker fish."
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.
After 25 years, writer Neil Gaiman returns to his legendary series in "The Sandman: Overture" #1 with art by J.H. Williams III. On 10/30, learn the secrets of the Endless!
J.H. Williams III says farewell to "Batwoman," the "pre-apocalypse" gets bizarre, "Zero's" repeat performance and The Shadow enjoys his alone time.
"The Sandman: Overture" #1 will include a CBLDF-specific variant cover illustrated by Jim Lee. CBR News has the exclusive first look at the image.
On his personal blog, J.H. Williams III reflects on the end of his "Batwoman" run at DC Comics, and says he's "depressed" over the circumstances.
DC Comics has released a preview of "Batwoman" #24, J.H. Williams III, W. Haden Blackman and Trevor McCarthy's final issue on the series.
Taran Killam and Marc Andreyko discuss super spy series "The Illegitimates," explaining why comics is the only home Killam wanted for his creation while Andreyko touches on the challenge of taking over "Batwoman."
In her latest column, CSBG's Kelly Thompson examines her concerns with J.H. Williams III & W. Haden Blackman's departure from DC Comics "Batwoman."
Notable news items in DC Comics' December 2013 solicitations include J.H. Williams III and W. Haden Blackman originally listed as the writers of "Batwoman" #26. UPDATED with the new solicitation text.
DC Comics has confirmed for CBR that "Batwoman" #25 will be Marc Andreyko's first issue as series writer, and is set to be joined by artist Jeremy Haun.
Dan DiDio's announcement at Baltimore Comic-Con indicates that incoming "Batwoman" writer Marc Andreyko is replacing J.H. Williams III and W. Haden Blackman two issues before the team's intended departure.
Will you be interested in "Batwoman" once J.H. Williams III and W. Haden Blackman exit the DC Comics series after the release of Issue 26?
In a statement co-posted on their personal websites, J.H. Williams III and W. Hayden Blackman have announced their departure from DC Comics' "Batwoman" title, citing editorial interference. UPDATE: DC Comics responds.
This week, Lono brings a Chihuahua to a gunfight, Gotham City meets Neo-Gotham, Lobster Johnson tiptoes through the lotuses, Kate Kane wrestles with demons, and lil’ Legion goes for a ride.
"Batwoman" writer/artist J.H. Williams III entertained a crowd of fans Thursday with a look into his influences, his upcoming "Sandman: Overture" and his artistic process.
At the Vertigo “Sandman” 25 Anniversary panel, creator Neil Gaiman, artist Dave McKean and others spoke about the series, Dream and the upcoming “Sandman: Overture.”
Vertigo has released the first look at J.H. Williams III's interior art for his and Neil Gaiman's "Sandman: Overture" miniseries, along with the first issue's cover by Dave McKean.
With "The Sandman: Overture" on sale in October, J.H. Williams III tells CBR about the status of "Batwoman" and his plans for continuing Kate Kane’s story as a new chapter of his life begins.
Neil Gaiman spoke to a packed house in LA about his latest prose novel, "The Ocean at the End of the Lane" while offering details and teases about his highly anticipated return to Vertigo with "The Sandman: Overture."
DC Comics has revealed a closer look at its Vertigo imprint's upcoming publishing slate with seven upcoming titles with full synopses and creative teams, including "Hinterkind," "Dead Boy Detectives" & more.
Neil Gaiman and J.H. Williams III's "The Sandman: Overture" miniseries is just one of six new Vertigo titles launching in late 2013 an attempt to rebuild the DC Comics imprint. UPDATED with new art by Williams.
This week features the unexpected return of "100 Bullets'" Lono, Batwoman versus Killer Croc, a tear-streaked "Revival," the vortex of the First Born and a stealthy Red Skull.
Greg McElhatton gives "Batwoman" #21 by J.H. Williams III, W. Haden Blackman and Francesco Francavilla 4 stars, calling Francavilla's work "turns the entire page into something that can also be appreciated as a whole."