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With more than 30 comic book-based movies already officially scheduled, CBR examines some heavy hitters who haven't made the big screen leap yet.
The "Sandman" creator revealed via Twitter that his recent remark regarding the Loki actor was not meant to be taken seriously.
Creator Neil Gaiman says the new Doctor Strange would have been perfect as Morpheus, though he believes Tom Hiddleston could pull it off as well.
In addition to the launch of "Convergence," 13 ongoing DC Comics series will come to a close in March 2015.
The former WWE Champion (and future UFC fighter) will make his DC Comics writing debut in the Vertigo "Strange Sports Stories" anthology.
Not only is Matt Sturges and Dave Justus' "The Wolf Amongst Us" tied to the events of Telltale's video game, it's a Bill Willingham-approved "Fables" prequel.
Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg and Sam Catlin's adaptation of acclaimed Vertigo series "Preacher" has a pilot order at AMC.
Ollie Masters discusses the interplay between the main mob wives featured in Vertigo's "The Kitchen," a new miniseries illustrated by Ming Doyle.
David S. Goyer says that "Sandman" creator Neil Gaiman is "a vital part" of Joseph Gordon-Levitt's film adaptation of the popular Vertigo series.
Director Richard Reynolds & Waking Dream Studios teamed up to produce a short based in "Hellblazer" continuity -- and hopefully revive the series.
Showrunners David S. Goyer & Daniel Cerone discuss staying faithful to the character's Vertigo roots while bringing in a brand new audience to NBC.
TV's John Constantine tells CBR episodes based on "Hellblazer" arcs are coming, gives details about Jim Corrigan's arrival and promises more Easter eggs.
DC Comics has released a first look at Ollie Masters and Ming Doyle's "The Kitchen" #1, launching a new Vertigo series November 12.
The man behind Chas on NBC's "Constantine" joins CBR News to talk about his attachment to "Hellblazer" and his hopes for future comic book movies.
Marvel Associate Editor Ellie Pyle has confirmed her move to DC Comics as an Editor on the Vertigo imprint.
The star of NBC's "Constantine" continually delves into the classic Vertigo comic book series to help keep a handle on his infamous character.
Neil Gaiman explains why the long-gestating adaptation wasn’t included in the studio’s big announcement last week.
Scott Snyder, Kurt Busiek and more were joined at NYCC by Vertigo newcomer Gail SImone to discuss their plans for 2015.
The "Batgirl" writer will tap into her horror side for a new ongoing Vertigo series with artist Jonathan Davis-Hunt.
Tim Seeley discusses mixing a former child star, sex tapes and murder mysteries together in "Effigy," his new Vertigo series.
Once slated to direct the movie adaptation of Brian K. Vaughan and Pia Guerra's series, Dan Trachtenberg confirms rights have reverted back to its creators.
"Sinestro" & "Lobo" writer Cullen Bunn adds a Vertigo series to his DC resume with "Wolf Moon" and tells CBR it fits in nicely with his antihero oeuvre.
A TV show based on DC/Vertigo's "Lucifer" is in the works, and Mike Carey -- who wrote the entire series -- shares his initial reaction with CBR.
An adaptation of Vertigo series "Lucifer" is in development at Fox, with "Californication" creator Tom Kapinos at the helm.
Cullen Bunn and Jeremy Haun offer a new twist on the traditional werewolf tale this December in the Vertigo-published "Wolf Moon."
Peter Milligan and Leandro Fernandez's "The Names" #1 "defies comparison," detailing the opening chapter to an intense mystery of finance and revenge.
Writer Si Spencer dissects "Bodies," a centuries-spanning murder mystery, which relies on readers digging into its high concept and history to solve it.
During Comic-Con, producers David Goyer & Daniel Cerone, star Matt Ryan and more discussed "Hellblazer's" influence on "Constantine" and TV's limits.
A look at the state of the digital comics market! Interviews with Walt Simonson, Jeff Lemire and Chris Ware! FutureDude CEO on his company's transmedia plans!
Neil Gaiman & J.H. Williams III's "The Sandman: Overture" #3 delivers with "flights of whimsy, dangerously grim moments and beautiful inventive set pieces."
Scott Snyder and Sean Murphy's "The Wake" concluding issue "exceeds expectations that weren't even in place at the beginning of this series."
Vertigo's panel brought fans up to date on current favorites while offering glimpses at what lies ahead for the acclaimed imprint.
"Hellblazer" writers Jamie Delano, Mike Carey, Peter Milligan & Paul Jenkins react to NBC's "Constantine" series and whether the comic should even be adapted.
This fall, books from "Fables" to "Astro City" will sport story pages as their covers in the latest move for Vertigo's "Defy" branding.
Ollie Masters and Ming Doyle transport Vertigo to 1970s NYC in "The Kitchen," an 8-issue series described as "Goodfellas" meets "Mob Wives."
While director Neil Marshall admits it's "very frustrating" that John Constantine isn't permitted to smoke, NBC will allow the series to go in dark and disturbing directions.
Ian Edginton dishes on his latest monster mash, the Vertigo-published "Hinterkind," revealing new insight into this evolutionary/cautionary tale.
Bill Willingham discusses "Fables'" final arc, including why pitting Snow White and Rose Red against each other in the battle of good vs evil is a whole lot of fun.
Mike Carey and Peter Gross dissect "The Unwritten: Apocalypse" and discuss what it means to parent in the overly saturated/highly intoxicating Information Age.
Kurt Busiek & Brent Anderson take a day hour-by-hour in "Astro City" #13, featuring some of the "best artwork on the series to date."