The celebrated cartoonist is launching his 2nd new project at Vertigo, an ongoing series. Lemire fill in the blanks
He's headed towards year four with DMZ, and the series has taken a major jump. We talk with DMZ creator and writer Brian Wood about the Vertigo series
At Vertigo Mike Carey and Peter Gross are teaming once again to try and split the line between fiction and reality in 'The Unwritten'
We've talked to him about his other projects, and now, it's time to pick Matt Sturges' brain about Vertigo's House of Mystery
Though 100 Bullets is ending soon, there's a load of crime on the horizon at Vertigo, and it was all laid out at NYCC
DC's Vertigo panel at NYCC hosted a bevy of creators as well as new projects, along with word of $1 #1 issues in 2009
This week saw Unknown Soldier #4 hit stands, and we spoke with series writer Joshua Dysart about the series and the stories he's telling
Though it's not due out until July, Jeff Lemire spills on his upcoming Vertigo OGN, 'The Nobody'
Brandon continues his year-end wrap up, looking at the work of Matt Fraction, Jason Aaron, and Vertigo's Unknown Soldier series
Only two issues to go, and here's a first look preview at the penultimate penultimate issue of 100 Bullets
Bill Willingham tells us his feelings about the possibility of Fables moving to ABC, and what's coming up as things get...darker
Bill Willingham's Fables may soon move to ABC television, as the network has committed to a pilot based on the acclaimed comic book
It's still a while off, but we spoke with writer Chris Roberson about 2009's Cinderella: From Fabletown With Love miniseries
DC Comics has provided Newsarama with a peek at this week's Northlanders #12
Originally published in 1994, Kill Your Boyfiend was Grant Morrison at his unrestrained best. There's a new edition out, and we spoke with him abou...
Jamie and Sarah stand at opposite ends of the street, guns drawn. Subject of discussion? 'Air' by G. Willow Wilson and MK Perker
With the third trade out this week, Scalped writer Jason Aaron tells us why he's staying with the series, and why it means so much to him
DC Comics has announced that it will end the Minx imprint as of January 2009. The line, which launched in 2007 was aimed at finding a female teen a...