FABLES is getting two new hardcover books this year, with an encyclopedia and a Fairest OGN.
Dan Abnett and I.N.J. Culbard's NEW DEADWARDIANS is being collected, and fans of many stripes should check it out.
Punk Rock Jesus may be over, but Sean Murphy isn't taking a break, with The Wake and a surprise visit to Gotham coming up.
It's the second to last issue of HELLBLAZER, and we have the exclusive preview for you right here.
It's an especially newsworthy month for DC, and here's a look at what's worth knowing from their upcoming releases
The final issue of SWEET TOOTH gets reviewed, along with PUNISHER: WAR ZONE, THE WALKING DEAD, WORLDS' FINEST and more
With Vertigo making high-profile personnel shifts, Graeme remembers the best of DC's fallen branches
Big things go down in ALL-NEW X-MEN #5, PUNK ROCK JESUS wraps up with issue #6, plus more reviews in the big column
Chris Arrant's look at the new year concludes with the events and potential events that will shape 2013
DC Comic addressed editorial changes comics to Vertigo as a result of Karen Berger's upcoming exit.
Legendary comic book editor Karen Berger is leaving DC Comics and we have detailed reactions from some of her creators.
Karen Berger, Executive Editor & Senior Vice President of DC Entertainment's Vertigo has stepped down.
A new Sci-Fi anthology is coming from DC's Vertigo imprint, and the names involved are bigtime.
Writer Scott Snyder talks in detail as to why his Vertigo series AMERICAN VAMPIRE is taking some time off after January.
Dirk Manning is back with his look at the other side of comic book creation, this time focusing on the importance of HELLBLAZER.
A pair of issue #14s AVENGING SPIDER-MAN and DETECTIVE COMICS lead the quick-take reviews, plus SWEET TOOTH and more
With the Vertigo mainstay ending early next year, there are very few high-numbered comics left at American publishers
The comic book industry is setting twitter on fire with reactions to the Hellblazer cancelation. We collect those tweets here.