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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.
Vertigo Comics has released a preview of "Fables" #124 by Bill Willingham and Shawn McManus. The finale of Bufkin the flying monkey's adventures in Oz arrives December 19.
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 the announcement that editor Karen Berger has left DC Comics, ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant looks back at her pre-Vertigo career, including Alan Moore's "Swamp Thing" & George Perez's "Wonder Woman."
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.
Vertigo Comics has released a preview of "Fairest" #10 by Lauren Beukes and Inaki Miranda, featuring cover art by Adam Hughes. The "Fables" spinoff series starring Rapunzel in Japan continues December 5.
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..
With a move from Vertigo to the DC Universe John Constantine is in for some changes, but writer Robert Venditti explains why the sardonic, smoking magician will stay the same at his core.
Vertigo has released a five page preview of Quentin Tarantino and R.M. Guera's first issue for the uncut adaptation of "Django Unchained." The comic book of Tarantino's original screenplay hits stores December 19.
Could "Saucer Country," Paul Cornell and Ryan Kelly's political UFO series for Vertigo make a good television show? SPINOFF ONLINE thinks so.
Vertigo has released a preview of Bill Willingham's "Fables" #123, featuring guest artwork by Gene Ha. "The Destiny Game" conclusion starring Bigby Wolf goes on sale November 21.
As we prepare to say farewell to "Hellblazer," check out three John Constantine Easter eggs in non-Vertigo comics, including the craziest magical bar you'll ever see! Harry Potter, Promethea and more!
"We’re supremely proud of Vertigo’s 'Hellblazer,'" DC Comics Co-publisher Dan DiDio said in a statement expressing aprecciation of the just-canceled one-time Vertigo flagship title.
CSBG's Sonia Harris was already vocally displeased with DC Comics' treatment of John Constantine, and the announcement of the cancellation of "Hellblazer" has inspired her to weigh in on how to better utilize the character.
As of February's "Hellblazer" #300, John Constantine will no longer walk the London streets of Vertigo. Instead, Robert Venditti will tell the solo adventures of his New 52 Justice League Dark counterpart in "Constantine."
Best-selling crime fiction writer Denise Mina shared her thoughts with CBR on adapting "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo" for Vertigo and her plans to follow up with the rest of Stieg Larsson's Millennium trilogy.
Greg McElhatton gives Scott Snyder and Rafael Albequerque's "American Vampire" #32 4.5 stars, saying the creators deliver "in such an entertaining manner that it's hard to not get more excited with each passing page."
With the release of two comics featuring some of the last work by Joe Kubert, ROBOT 6's J. Caleb Mozzocco remembers the recently passed comic book legend and his contributions to the art form.
Mark Buckingham and Toby Litt discuss their story for "Ghosts," Vertigo's Halloween horror anthology, where they team with artist Victor Santos to tell a terrorizing tale featuring Neil Gaiman's Dead Boy Detectives.
South African president drops lawsuit against cartoonist Zapiro! Catalan artist Jose Luis Ferrer passes away. Indian TV network pressured to expel cartoonist Aseem Trivedi from reality show! Johns and Lemire on "Ghost-for-Hire"! Plus more!
In this week's Halloween CSBG, was "Hellblazer" originally titled "Hellraiser?" Who are Willoughby Kipling and Ambrose Bierce and what do they have to do with John Constantine? And did Keanu Reeves turn Constantine American?
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.
DC Comics Co-Publishers Dan DiDio and Jim Lee discuss their concrete goals for 2013, the past year of the New 52 and the lead up to next year's "Trinity War" event.
Writer Brian Azzarello spoke with CBR about creating the "Watchmen" prequels, the inclusion of the New Gods in "Wonder Woman" and the challenge of developing stories as a fan.
"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.
With the sixth collection hitting stores in October, CBR spoke with Mike Carey and Peter Gross about the growth of "The Unwritten" and Tom Taylor, plus a quick tease of the upcoming arc featuring the cast of "Fables."
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."
DC Comics has released their full solicitations text and images for product being released in January, 2013, including the latest from "Death of the Family," "Rise of the Third Army" and more!
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.
Eisner Award-winner Jeff Lemire discusses "Trillium," his just-announced Vertigo miniseries which tells a love story set simultaneously thousands of years in the future and nearly a hundred years in the past.
At New York Comic Con, editor Karen Berger led the Vertigo Panel where Scott Snyder, Bill Willingham and others discuss an "unwritten"/"Fables" crossover and announce new Vertigo miniseries from Snyder and Jeff Lemire.
Grant Morrison and guest DJ Akira The Don closed out MorrisonCon with a discussion about conspiracy culture, "The Invisibles" and how everyone can change the world.
Award-winning writer/artist Jeff Lemire dropped by CBR TV to discuss working on DC's "Animal Man," revisit the "Essex County" Canada Reads controversy and lay out why he enjoys mixing creator-owned and corporate work.
Creator Bill Willingham discusses the grim tale he and Mark Buckingham just completed in "Fables" and also revealed the title and storyline of the next major arc of the multiple Eisner Award-winning series.