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Scott Snyder and Sean Murphy's "The Wake" #8 "continues to skirt that fine line between the magnificently epic and undeniably intimate with ease."
Scott Snyder and Sean Murphy continue a strong run with "The Wake" #7, an issue that's "equally fascinating, terrifying and mysterious."
Scott Snyder discusses the second half of "The Wake," its watery, post-apocalyptic future and his own future as a DC/Vertigo writer.
With the "Kick-Ass 3" finale opening up his new fictional universe, Mark Millar shares exclusive art from his Millarworld books including "MPH" & teasers for projects with Bryan Hitch and Sean Murphy.
Scott Snyder discusses the return of "American Vampire," the latter half of the bloodsucker-filled Twentieth Century and the sci-fi horror of "The Wake."
Batman celebrates his 75th Anniversary in style with "Detective Comics" #27, "one of the best ever anniversary issues of its kind."
Scott Snyder gives CBR insight into what's to come in the second half of his and Sean Murphy's post-apocalyptic miniseries "The Wake."
Scott Snyder & Sean Murphy's arc-concluding "The Wake" #5 is an impressive comic, and "captures the very essence of the horror genre."
Editor Mike Marts explains how Brad Meltzer's origin, Snyder & Murphy's future Robin and Frank Miller all play a role in "Detective Comics" #27.
Artist Sean Murphy has revealed an initial sketch for the first black Robin, debuting in the oversized "Detective Comics" #27. UPDATED with comments from Scott Snyder.
Shelly Bond, Scott Snyder, Rafael Albuquerque and more introduced Vertigo's fall lineup and answered questions at the New York Comic Con.
Writer Chris Northrop visits the CBR Speakeasy to talk about his new Archaia graphic novel "The Reason for Dragons," how BOOM!'s purchase of Archaia is a good thing, and working with Sean Murphy.
Scott Snyder and Sean Murphy continue their deep ocean mystery in "The Wake" #4 from Vertigo Comics, morphing it into "visually spectacular survival horror" in an issue with a fitting cliffhanger.
The debut issue of the "Batman: Black and White" revival is "unexpectedly light and funny" with stories from a diverse roster of creators and featuring characters across the Batman mythos.
Scott Snyder discusses the return of his and Rafael Albuquerque's "American Vampire" in 2014, his plans for more creator-owned work and the commercial success of his and Sean Murphy's "The Wake."
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.
Doug Zawisza gives Scott Snyder and Sean Murphy's "The Wake" #3 4.5 stars, calling the latest issue of the Vertigo series "a good story with a terrifying edge."
Kelly Thompson gives "The Wake" #2 4.5 stars, saying the creative team of writer Scott Snyder and artist Sean Murphy "come together magnificently in this must-read series."
Vertigo has released a preview of Scott Snyder & Sean Murphy's "The Wake" #2. On the brink of an amazing discovery, a scientific safe haven turns into a house of horrors at the bottom of the ocean June 26.
Greg McElhatton gives "The Wake" #1 by Scott Snyder and Sean Murphy 4 stars, calling the debut Vertigo Comics series "a strong first issue" that "promises to get even stronger in the issues to come."
Ahead of this week's debut of Scott Snyder and Sean Murphy's Vertigo series "The Wake," the artist shares an exclusive first look at the final version of the series' five interlocking covers.
ROBOT 6's Chris Arrant spoke with "Punk Rock Jesus" creator Sean Murphy about his work on "Batman Beyond," Scott Snyder's "The Wake" and offers advice for young creators.
Scott Snyder relaxed in the CBR Tiki Room at WonderCon as he talked about the upcoming oceanic horror series "The Wake" with artist Sean Murphy and what to expect from his and Jim Lee's "Superman Unchained."
Writer Scott Snyder and artist Sean Murphy discuss their new Vertigo miniseries, "The Wake," explaining why the ocean will always terrify the human race.
Writer/artist Sean Murphy spoke with CBR News about the next stage of his career as the collection of his acclaimed "Punk Rock Jesus" is set to hit stores and he launches "The Wake" with writer Scott Snyder.
Kelly Thompson gives "Punk Rock Jesus" #6 4.5 stars, calling the conclusion to Sean Murphy's Vertigo miniseries "breathtaking, fearless and exactly the kind of comics the medium needs more of."
DC Comics helps ROBOT 6 kick off its fourth-anniversary celebration with an exclusive look at the final issue of Sean Murphy's critically acclaimed miniseries "Punk Rock Jesus," which goes on sale Wednesday.
Scott Snyder and Jeff Lemire spoke with CBR about their upcoming Vertigo books, "The Wake" and "Triullium," respectively, plans for "Rotworld" and their influence on each other's work.
"Batman" writer Scott Snyder visited the CBR Tiki Room in New York to discuss "Death of the Family," his new Superman title with Jim Lee, and writing your fears.
Jennifer Cheng gives "Punk Rock Jesus" #4 by Sean Murphy 4.5 stars, saying, "Not only does [the issue] dare to dream, but it succeeds in its ambitions."
Announced today at New York Comic Con, writer Scott Snyder re-teams with artist Sean Murphy in 2013 for "The Wake," a story exploring the concept of monsters and the horror that lurks in the water.
Greg McElhatton gives "Punk Rock Jesus" #3 4.5 stars, saying the latest installment of Sean Murphy's Vertigo series "deserves your time and dollars" as "each issue gets bigger and crazier."
Tim continues to ignore his growing stacks of unread comics and shines the spotlight on a few worthwhile issues from creators like Ryan North, Tom Gauld, Matt Fraction, Jason Latour and Sean Murphy.
Top Cow announces retailer variants for free "Cyber Force" issues! Why are there so few women working on superhero comics? Valiant publisher talks company's success and philosophy! Sean Murphy on "Punk Rock Jesus"! Plus more!
This week brings the Comedian getting into the swing of things, Parker plotting a huge heist, more dead (and undead) than you can shake a stick at and the first issue of the Second Coming.
"Joe the Barbarian" & "American Vampire: Survival of the Fittest" artist Sean Murphy discusses his Vertigo series "Punk Rock Jesus," blogging, inking and being a professional.
Vertigo's C2E2 panel was packed with a who's who of its top talent, with Scott Snyder to Bill Willingham and more discussing upcoming twists and turns, plus the announcement of new ongoing series, "Collider."
This week's Pipeline begins with a look at "Joe the Barbarian," a 200-page low-blood sugar attack. Plus, an alternate vision for the comics industry, and what can the Wiggles teach comic creators?
Ron Marz kicks off 2012 by examining the sticky situation of branding, and whether creators are helped or hindered by their ability to deliver work across multiple genres.