Robbi Rodriguez is collaborating on an ongoing series? Only Vertigo could get him there, and he explains why here.
Our Best Shots team has advance reviews for books this week from Vertigo, Dark Horse, and more.
SANDMAN is celebrating a major anniversary and coming back with a new miniseries — Neil Gaiman and more talk the seminal series at Comic-Con.
DC heavy-hitters Scott Snyder and Jeff Lemire are among the creators scheduled to talk the latest in the revered mature readers imprint.
Vertigo's rebirth has started this summer with new series launches, and continues with this week's COLLIDER. We have the details inside.
With SANDMAN: OVERTURE on the way, George daydreams about what other series would make for a good revival — possible or not.
Neil Gaiman's new Sandman prequel has an official name and release date, and will be joined by five more new series at DC's Mature Readers imprint
It's been a big few days for comic book movies, but here's a look at comics themselves with reviews of BATMAN #21 and more.
The acclaimed Vertigo series is once again in the live-action works, this time as a movie with a director, writer and producers attached.
With THE WAKE and BROTHER LONO both on the way, DC's revered mature readers imprint took center stage in Chicago
The new FAIREST arc has huge consequences for FABLES, and we find out what the Maharaja might have in store here.
The new series of Kurt Busiek and Brent Anderson's superhero saga will be published under DC's Vertigo imprint
FABLES is leaping from the page to screen - but as a video game from the award-winning makers of The Walking Dead.
Bill Willingham continues to expand his FABLES empire, moving into a graphic novel of spinoff series Fairest.
The weekly column takes a close look at the latest CAPTAIN AMERICA, the HELLBLAZER finale and plenty more
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.