The Brazilian Brotherly art sensations are writing and drawing a new series for Vertigo, we spoke to the pair
Writer/Artist Matt Wagner stops by to chat with John Siuntres about his ongoing work in comics & how classic characters fit today
Best Shots introduces an all-pellet column of quick first reactions of some of this week's biggest books
Vertigo Executive Editor Karen Berger talks the 20th Anniversary of The Sandman, and its influence on today's comics
Stephen King's next writing project has bite, as the master of horror brings his take on vampires to monthly comic books
Writer Chris Roberson talks with Vaneta Rogers about Vertigo's new 'Fables' spin-off LS, Cinderella: From Fabletown with Love
The House of Mystery serves as a cornerstone for the "Vertigo Universe" w/marquee creators taking marquee characters for a ride
Writer Bill Willingham talks about this week's release of a 389-page fully prose novel set in the FABLES world
Vaneta Rogers Talks with writer Matt Sturges about what he has planned for Year 3 in Vertigo's House of Mystery
Brendan says Sweet Tooth "brings to Vertigo its most original concept in years;" find out why inside!
We talked to Veitch about his recently concluded Vertigo series, some re-release plans, & what's next
In the second edition of Troy's column, he looks to the myth and magic of the Vertigo world
Ryan Kelly talks Northlanders, DMZ, and maybe even something that doesn't involve Brian Wood
Brendan takes a read through Vertigo's The Nobody by Jeff Lemire and finds it a new take on a classic, full of twists
Greek gods and legends on a London street? In Peter Milligan's hands it's weird enough to work, Troy says
Northlanders creator Brian Wood talks to Newsarama about his ongoing Vertigo series, what he's learned about Vikings and more
Brian Wood talks to Newsarama about 'The Shield Maidens,' his new arc in Northlanders which explores the ideas of Valkyries
King Oedipus recast and retold on London's Greek Street? Yup. Peter Milligan tells us about his upcoming Vertigo series