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Greg McElhatton gives "Fables" #129 by Bill Willingham and Mark Buckingham 4 stars, saying of the current arc's conclusion, "With no easy fake-out up anyone's sleeve, it feels satisfying."
Fan-favorite creator Brian Wood discussed his vast library of work during a panel at C2E2, covering everything from "Star Wars" & "Conan" to "The Massive" & "X-Men" and beyond.
Less than three weeks after Vertigo released the final issue of Paul Cornell and Ryan Kelly's "Saucer Country," the writer teases the sci-fi thriller could be back on shelves as early as February.
Ahead of the release of its Vertigo solicitations, DC Comics has announced that Chris Sprouse and Peter Hogan's long-teased "Tom Strong and the Planet of Peril" will debut in July.
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."
Less than a month after announcing that Astro City will return in June as part of “DC proper,” DC COmics has revealed Kurt Busiek and Brent Anderson's superhero series will actually be released under the Vertigo banner.
Writer Scott Snyder and artist Sean Murphy discuss their new Vertigo miniseries, "The Wake," explaining why the ocean will always terrify the human race.
DC Comics kicked off WonderCon 2013 with an overview of things to come for both the DC Universe and the publisher's Vertigo imprint in a panel featuring some of the industry's top talent.
Telltale Games, the studio behind "The Walking Dead" game, has revealed "The Wolf Among Us," the final title for its "Fables" game that focuses on Bigby Wolf.
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.
Vertigo has released an early look at Bill Willingham and Barry Kitson's "Fairest" #14, a special one-shot tale of love in Fabletown. Romance blooms on April 3.
Creative team Scott Snyder and Rafael Albuquerque return to the "American Vampire" world with "The Long Road To Hell" #1, centering on fan-favorite vampire hunter Travis Kidd. The issue hits stores June 12.
Vertigo expands upon Mike Carey and Peter Gross' acclaimed fantasy series "The Unwritten" in September with an original graphic novel called "The Unwritten: Tommy Taylor & the Ship That Sank Twice."
Vertigo expands its "Fables" franchise in the form of the "Fables Encyclopedia," written by Jess Nevins with an Adam Hughes cover, and a hardcover OGN featuring short stories written by creator Bill WIllingham.
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.
CSBG's resident concerned John Constantine fan Sonia Harris spoke with incoming "Constantine" writer Jeff Lemire about his take on the character in the DCU and taking on the legacy of the Vertigo staple.
A new image released by Vertigo and illustrated by Peter Gross and Mark Buckingham teases the upcoming crossover with Bill WIllingham's "Fables" in the pages of Mike Carey and Gross' "The Unwritten."
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.
Creator Bill Willingham talks about the landmark 125th issue of his hit Vertigo featuring the start of a new arc, Snow White's secret origin and teases the possible death Bigby Wolf.
In the second half of Damon Lindelof's interview with Jeff Lemire about "Sweet Tooth's" finale, the two discuss artistic influences, the 'Lemire Universe' and more.
Damon Lindelof, the co-creator of "Lost," interviews Jeff Lemire about the close of the writer/artist's critically acclaimed Vertigo series "Sweet Tooth."
Doug Zawisza gives Jeff Lemire's "Sweet Tooth" #40 5 stars, calling the creator's final issue of the series "quite simply the best single-issue story in the story of the boy with antlers."
"Django Unchained" film producer Reggie Hudlin talks about his role officially adapting Quentin Tarantino's screenplay to comic form for Vertigo, as well as the future of black heroes in Hollywood.
Jeff Lemire and Damon Lindelof discuss their collaboration for Vertigo's upcoming science-fiction anthology "Time Warp" and their big plans for future partnerships, in comics and beyond.
Following purchases of Pixar, Marvel and Lucasfilm, Disney eyes cost-cutting measures! Another look at the Shooter Era of Marvel! Lemire on the end of "Sweet Tooth"! The waning of rage comics! Rob Guillory on "Chew"! More!
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."
Doug Zawisza gives "American Vampire" #34 4.5 stars, calling Scott Snyder and Rafael Albuquerque's final issue before the series break "a collage of imagery that teases what is yet to come when [the series] returns from hiatus."
With 2012 over, take another look at the insanely-strong group of comics that conquered CBR's Top 100 of the Year list, from creator-owned hits that dominated to the superhero titles that rose above and much more.
Scott Snyder talks with Robot 6 about the "Death of the Family" storyline, the "Rotworld" crossover, and what readers can expect when "American Vampire" returns from hiatus.
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.
DC Comics made shifts in its executive structure as Editor-in-Cheif Bob Harras earned an SVP addition to his title while Hank Kanalz now leads Vertigo with an eye on integrating the imprint across the company.
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."
Shelly Bond has been named Executive Editor of DC Comics' Vertigo imprint, filling the vacancy left by the departing Karen Berger. Will Dennis has been promoted to Group Editor, and Mark Doyle to Editor.
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.
DC Comics has announced that Vertigo's Executive Editor & Senior Vice President Karen Berger is leaving her post after nearly two decades helming the award-winning mature readers imprint.
The conclusion of Vertigo and writer Denise Mina's two-part adaptation of "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo" the bestselling crime novel by Stieg Larrson, will arrive in stores May 1. ROBOT 6 has details.
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."
Doug Zawisza gives "American Vampire" #33 4.5 stars, saying the issue by Scott Snyder and Rafael Albuquerque "provides some surprisingly tender moments for Vertigo’s best horror comic book."
Adding to such recent revivals as "Strange Adventures," "Ghosts" and "Young Romance," Vertigo will publish the science-fiction anthology "Time Warp" #1 in March featuring work by Damon Lindelof, Jeff Lemire and more..