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Mike Carey and Peter Gross discuss the final year of "The Unwritten," announced today at New York Comic Con as a one-year long second volume, beginning with a new #1 and subtitled: "Apocalypse."
Greg McElhatton gives the Broken Man-starring "Astro City" #5 4 stars, saying "Any time [Kurt] Busiek and [Brent] Anderson want to play with traditional storytelling, I'm in."
Telltale Games has released the launch trailer to "The Wolf Among Us," the studio's highly anticipated game based on Bill Willingham's "Fables." The game's first episode launches October 11.
Young Adult fantasy author Caitlin Kittredge spoke with CBR News about her bewitching new Vertigo series and the horrors that lie within the New England based "Coffin Hill."
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.
"Dead Boy Detectives" co-writer Toby Litt shared his thoughts on his and Mark Buckjingham's new ongoing series starring two characters introduced in Neil Gaiman's groundbreaking Sandman universe.
"The Wolf Among Us" director Dennis Lenart discusses the upcoming "Fables"-themed adventure game and creating the anticipated video game prequel to the long-running Vertigo Comics series.
Check out an an advance preview of Wednesday's "Fables" #133 by Bill Willingham and Mark Buckingham, in which Rose Red tries to band the Fables together while a certain dead man may have other plans.
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."
Vertigo has released a first look at "The Witching Hour" anthology hitting stores this October, with art from "Birdie," "This Witch's Work" and "Dead Boy Detectives: Run Ragged."
Eisner winning artist Dave McKean discusses the origins of his graphically sexual OGN "Celluloid" and what it's been like to return to the world of Neil Gaiman's Sandman for the first time in years.
Tim reconsiders "Spaceman," the mostly-ignored sci-fi miniseries from the "100 Bullets" team of Brian Azzarello and Eduardo Risso, and finds a comic that is not at all what it first seems to be.
Simon Oliver and Robbi Rodriguez's "FBP: Federal Bureau of Physics" #2 is "a ridiculously fun comic" with weird science, some action and even a dash of conspiracy theory.
Ian Edginton's "Hinterkind" debuts October 2, and Vertigo has released a preview of the series which finds a young girl catapulted into a world filled with creatures of myth who have no fondness for humankind.
Mike Carey and Peter Gross share their thoughts on the relaunch and renumbering of "The Unwritten" and its upcoming spinoff OGN, "Tommy Taylor and the Ship that Sank Twice" in an in-depth, spoiler-filled interview.
Writer/artist Jeff Lemire took a trip on the CBR golf cart during SDCC to talk about the machinations of "Trinity War," upcoming "Green Arrow" developments, "Trillium" and more.
A new profile of Grant Morrison closed with the promise of the third and final volume of Vertigo series "Seaguy" in 2014, but his collaborator Cameron Stewart cautions excited fans "it's still a long way off."
Vertigo's preview of "Fables" #132 begins Rose Red's new Round Table recruitment as Flycatcher returns to Fabletown. The issue is created by Bill Willingham, Mark Buckingham & Steve Leialoha and goes on sale August 21.
Greg McElhatton gives "Astro City" #3 by Kurt Busiek and Brad Anderson 4 stars, saying the issue serves as "a reminder that the superhero genre isn't dead."
The current volume of Mike Carey & Peter Gross' Vertigo series "The Unwritten" ends in October with "The Unwritten Fables," before relaunching in January with a new #1 issue.
Telltale has released the Bigby Wolf-centric first trailer for "Fables"-inspired point-and-click game "The Wolf Among Us," expected later this year.
The recently debuted sci-fi series originally known as "Collider" is now "FBP: Federal Bureau of Physics," and CBR News talked to writer Simon Oliver about the reasons behind the name change.
Kelly Thompson gives Jeff Lemire's latest Vertigo debut, "Trillium" #1, 4 stars, calling the sci-fi series' opening chapter "a strong, if not perfect, start with a killer hook."
Vertigo has released a preview of "Fairest" #18 by Sean E. Williams & Stephen Sadowski, featuring a cover by Adam Hughes. August 7, the Maharaja and Nalayani face their ultimate fate in The Village of the Dead.
ROBOT 6's J. Caleb Mozzocco reviews the second issues of "Astro City," "Batman/Superman," "Superman Unchained" & Brian Wood's "X-Men" to see if they hold up under the scrutiny of an old Stan Lee saying.
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."
Vertigo has released a preview of Peter Hogan, Chris Sprouse & Karl Story's "Tom Strong and the Planet of Peril" #1. To save his daughter and her unborn child, Tom Strong journeys to the far side of the galaxy July 31.
Amidst the Comic-Con International madness, Tim discovers Harlan Ellison and Paul Chadwick's recently-released original graphic novel "7 Against Chaos," and decides that it is a rather pleasant surprise.
A preview of "The Unwritten" #51 by Mike Carey, Bill Willingham, Peter Gross & Mark Buckingham has been released by Vertigo. The "Fables" crossover continues as Tom Taylor sets out to save the Big Bad Wolf July 24.
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.”
Creators from Scott Snyder to Mark Buckingham to Jeff Lemire join new Vertigo Executive Editor Shelly Bond to take the DC imprint towards its future, and the groups showed off series new and old in San Diego.
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.
Simon Oliver and Robbi Rodriguez spoke with CBR about their new book "Collider," Vertigo's eye-popping sci-fi bender exploring quantum physics, bubble-realities and flexible laws of physics.
Vertigo has released a preview of Bill Willingham, Mark Buckingham & Steve Leialoha's "Fables" #131. The "Camelot" storyline begins July 17, introducing modern knights on a noble quest and a new Round Table of Fabletown.
Vertigo has released an early look at Eisner Award winner Jeff Lemire's next series, "Trillium," previewing pages from the first issue's two stories about the title's time-crossed lovers.
Tom Strong is back in action in Vertigo's "Tom Strong and the Planet of Peril," and writer Peter Hogan spoke to CBR News about working with Chris Sprouse to send Strong to a death planet.
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.
A preview of "Fairest" #17 by Sean E. Williams, Stephen Sadowski & Phil Jimenez, featuring a cover by Adam Hughes, has been released by Vertigo. Nalayani and the Maharaja face a lethal enemy July 3.