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Tom Cruise -- appearing as a Scientologist -- will show up, and die, at one point during the "Preacher" pilot.
Holly Black & Lee Garbett craft a creepy tale of a demon's seductive allure as he prays on a grieving young woman in Vertigo's "Lucifer."
The in-development TV adaptation of Jason Aaron & R.M. Guéra's DC/Vertigo series "Scalped" has gotten a pilot order at WGN America.
D.B. Woodside talks with CBR about his character's sibling rivalry, and why Amenadiel is personally invested in restoring his little brother to the throne of Hell.
Tom Ellis' Lucifer is bored by murder in an exclusive clip from tonight's all-new episode of "Lucifer" on Fox.
Lee Bermejo returns with a different look at life after the Great Quake in Vertigo's "Suiciders: Kings of HelL.A." with art by Alessandro Vitti.
"Super-powered crime noir is a strange and specialized genre, but Kurt Busiek and Brent Anderson turn out a real winner" in "Astro City" #32.
Batgirl emerges from the shadows as Strix starts rehab and the Clean Room becomes hugely unstable in a pair of Gail Simone-written comics from DC.
Joe Henderson explains how the comics inspire the series, and how the Endless, while not yet on the table, may not be off limits in the future.
Get a glimpse of what Brian Azzarello and Eduardo Risso's acclaimed series would have looked like in video game form.
Gilbert Hernandez and Darwyn Cooke tell CBR News how two legendary comic creators came together to spin a modern sci-fi tale.
"Lucifer" star Tom Ellis says the DC/Vertigo-based Fox TV series, which debuts tonight, is "a dark show, but doesn't take itself too seriously."
2015 was great, but we're already looking forward to some of the most exciting comic book, movie and television events of 2016.
Shaun Simon and Mike Allred bring the world's most famous painting to life as Reggie Riot takes the Mona Lisa to a punk club.
"Spiderwick Chronicles" author Holly Black & artist Lee Garbett tell CBR how excited they are to be launching a new "Lucifer" series from Vertigo.
Plus, "Dark Knight III" continues, Wonder Girl meets Wonder Woman in "Teen Titans," "Batman & Robin Eternal" concludes and much more!
"The mixture of character conflicts and supernatural threats is utterly engrossing" in Gilbert Hernandez and Darwyn Cooke's "The Twilight Children" #3.
Rob Williams & Michael Dowling spoke with CBR about using their social media thriller from Vertigo and how their inventive storytelling approach.
"Tom King and Mitch Gerads immerse you so fully you'll yearn to escape, even as you're desperate for more" in "Sheriff of Babylon" #1.
Peter Milligan takes the online dating plunge in "New Romancer," his latest Vertigo title, and shares an exclusive preview of the first issue with CBR.
To be published next year by Vertigo, the graphic novel is inspired by Paul Dini's violent mugging in 1993.
Eric Kripke and John Higgins' "Jacked" #1 "feels like the first reel of a new movie, and you'll quickly be dying to see the rest."
"Poison Ivy" writer Amy Chu discusses her approach to the Batman character, not needing to define her, and why story is really all that matters.
It's Mad Men meets Justice League in "Jupiter's Circle," the turtles face a new threats in "TMNT," and others from DC, Marvel, Image & more.
Chip Zdarsky & Erica Henderson's "Jughead" #2 feels classic and natural, Stan Sakai's "Usagi Yojimbo" #150 is a genuine treasure, and more.
Kurt Busiek and Brent Anderson's "Astro City" #29 "is another strong, fun issue from a fairly consistent series."
A girl's drawings come to life in "Red Thorn," Peter Quill discovers the galaxy in "Star-Lord," plus many others from DC, Image, BOOM! & more
"The Originals" showrunner Michael Narducci will write and executive produce a drama series based on Rob Williams and Michael Dowling's Vertigo series.
"All-New All Different Avengers" #1 is packed with wit & thrills, "Batman" #46 is filled with unpredictable twists, plus many, many more.
February 2016 sees "The Coming of the Supermen," a new "Dark Knight III" one-shot, a "Darkseid War" special and much more.
"Astro City" kicks off a new 3-part arc, "Lucifer" enters the Dreaming, and Valentine's Day arrives in Vertigo's February 2016 releases.
Life on Earth has gone to hell in "The Goddamned," the fight continues on Battleworld in "Secret Wars," plus others from DC, Image, IDW & more.
King & Walta create an instant classic in "The Vision" #1, Orlando & Aco's "Midnighter" #6 is a gut punch of an issue, plus many more reviews.
Marvel debuts a heaping helping of #1s with "The Vision," "Hercules" and "Nova," plus Vertigo's "Unfollow" and others from DC, Image & more.
Now that we've finally been given a taste of what to expect when Garth Ennis and Steve DIllon's comic comes to television, what did you think?
The teaser features lots of new footage, celebrating Amazon Prime Instant Video's deal to stream episodes of the upcoming Fox drama in the UK.
"Amazing Spider-Man" #2 is a real pleasure to read, "The Astonishing Ant-Man" #1 delivers a bright, funny introduction and many more reviews.
Gail Simone and Jon Davis-Hunt's "Clean Room" #1 has "a killer hook" with "efficient, expert pacing and tight structure."
Kurt Busiek delivers "a fun, if not quite groundbreaking, comic" that Gary Chaloner pushes from "above average to full-on great" in "Astro City" #28.
Producer David S. Goyer says the adaptation of Neil Gaiman's acclaimed comic has "a really fantastic" new scriptwriter.