EXPLORE Vertigo

Early reviews include BATMAN #11 bringing "The Court of Owls" story to a close and PUNK ROCK JESUS making an auspicious debut
The acclaimed writer talks about ending his Vertigo series SWEET TOOTH, his future creative priorities and his new DC project.
ANIMAL MAN's Jeff Lemire is bringing his Vertigo series to an end with December's double-sized, fully painted issue #40
We wrap up out interviews with Brian Azzarello talking about his and Eduardo Risso's Vertigo series SPACEMAN.
The final Best Shots of the month takes on FLASH #8, CAPTAIN AMERICA #10, Popeye, the new Nick Fury and lots more
Sean Murphy goes the writer/artist route for a new series at Vertigo, and we have the exclusive news and cover here.
How does AQUAMAN fare in his seventh issue? Does the latest AVENGING SPIDER-MAN team up perform? Those reviews and more, here!
Marvel's 2012 event series kicks off with AVENGERS VS. X-MEN #0, plus reviews of AMERICAN VAMPIRE and ATOMIC ROBO
Scott Snyder & artist Dustin Nguyen expand the AMERICAN VAMPIRE-verse with June's LORD OF NIGHTMARES limited series.
Vertigo's newest OGN, SHOOTERS gets a 10 out of 10 review alongside another, smaller publisher review.
What's new with Vertigo? A lot, including four #1s this month. Find out more with live coverage from their panel
Want to know what books you should be picking up tomorrow from Image, Vertigo, and more? Check out our advance reviews here!
Who will be starring in Fables spin-off FAIREST? We ask writer Bill Willingham for the inside scoop on the ladies.
They just hit stands but they've already been reviewed: WINTER SOLDIER #3, MANHATTAN PROJECTS #1 and FAIREST #1
Trying to decide what to pick up this week? Here's our look at 10 of the most noteworthy new comics and trades
Trying to decide what to pick up this week? Here's our look at 10 of the most noteworthy new comics and trades
Check out the big column going over reviews of last week's releases from Marvel, Vertigo, and more!
Fables and fairy tales have made it to TV... but how do they compare to FABLES, the comic that brought them to the modern day? Jill explores.