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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.
Vertigo has released a preview of "Fairest" #8 written by Lauren Beukes with art by Inaki Miranda, which kicks off a new storyline for the "Fables" spinoff. Rapunzel's new adventure begins October 3.
Vertigo has debuted a first look at "Ghost For Hire," the short story created by Geoff Johns and Jeff Lemire for the Halloween anthology "Ghosts," which marks Johns’ Vertigo debut.
Doug Zawisza gives "American Vampire" #31 4 stars, calling the installment by Scott Snyder and Rafael Albuquerque "one of the strongest issues of the series yet that sets the bar high for the next issue.."
NBC, which first put "Midnight, Mass." into development in 2009, has again picked up the rights to John Rozum's 2002 Vertigo miniseries about world-famous husband-and-wife occult investigators.
Creator Bill Willingham spoke with CBR TV about expanding the "Fables" universe with "Fairest," defending "Once Upon A Time," the rise of creator-owned comics, and the odds of someday returning to "Elementals."
DC Comics has released their full solicitations text and images for product being released in December, 2012, including the latest from Before Watchmen, "Justice League," "Batman," "Green Lantern" and more!
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."
Greg McElhatton gives "Fairest" #7 by Matthew Sturges and Shawn McManus 4 stars saying the issue "has a strong twist at the end that has lasting ramifications for a 'Fables' character."
To mark the end of acclaimed crime saga "Scalped" we asked Brian K. Vaughan to discuss the series with creator Jason Aaron, tackling character growth and creative partnerships to future projects and bald Vertigo writers.
Ryan K. Lindsay gives "American Vampire" #30 4 stars, saying the creative team of writer Scott Snyder and artist Rafael Albuquerque "continues to fire on all cylinders."
Andy Liegl gives "Scalped" #60 5 stars saying the final issue by Jason Aaron and R.M. Guera tells "an un-confusingly layered story and total dedication from its creators are not lost elements in the modern market place."
"Scalped" creator Jason Aaron took to his blog to offer thoughts on the conclusion of his long-running Vertigo crime drama, thank his readers and tease more creator-owned work for the future.
Award-winning author and South African native, Lauren Beukes spoke with CBR News about her Rapunzel story for Vertigo’s "Fairest" and the many Japanese influences of her tale.
Despite the recent conclusion of "Northlanders," creator Brian Wood announced he has more viking tales to tell. ROBOT 6 has details.
Writer Matt Sturges discussed his and artist Shawn McManus' Beauty and Beast-starring stand-alone story for "Fairest," Vertigo and Bill Willingham's latest "Fables" spinoff series.
Writer artist Ronald Wimberly spoke to CBR News about his new Vertigo OGN "Prince of Cats," a hip-hop retelling of Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet" focusing on Tybalt and the Capulets.
Doug Zawisza gives "American Vampire: Lord of Nightmares" #3 by Scott Snyder and Dustin Nguyen 4 stars calling Nguyen's art "minimalistic, favoring economy and storytelling over detail and clutter."
DC has released first looks at four major releases on sale this Wednesday including Scott Snyder and Becky Cloonan's "Batman" #12, "Batgirl" #12, "Batman & Robin" #12 and "Fairest" #6!
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!
Artist Dave McKean detailed his relationship with scientist and Atheism proponent Richard Dawkins and his experience documenting Michael Sheen's passion play, "The Gospel of Us."
Writer Bill Willingham and a host of "Fables" creators officially announced a "Fables" convention, teased the franchise's future, and reminisced about favorite moments from the last decade.
J. H. Williams III spoke candidly with CBR News about the challenge that lies ahead as the Eisner Award-winning artist prepares to illustrate a prequel to "Sandman," written by series creator Neil Gaiman.
In a surprise announcement at its Friday panel at Comic-Con International, Vertigo revealed that Neil Gaiman announced will write a "Sandman" prequel, with art by J.H. Williams III. Click through for more from the panel.
Ryan K. Lindsay gives "American Vampire" #28 by Scott Snyder and Rafael Albuquerque 4 stars, saying that by the end of the issue "Snyder and Albuquerque will have you right in the palm of their hands."
World-renowned chef, bestselling author and Emmy-winning TV host Anthony Bourdain dished up a serving of gourmet goodness as he discussed his new Vertigo OGN "Get Jiro!" with CBR News.
With the release of their original Vertigo graphic novel fast approaching, co-writers Anthony Bourdain and Joel Rose spoke with CBR about the comic's origins, influences and possible future installments.