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.
Take a look at Vertigo's horror comics with creators and editors, and find out what's next!
Brian Wood's two Vertigo ongoings and exclusive at DC Comics are coming to an end, but his comic work is only going to increase. We hear about the ...
The 100 Bullets team is back together with a new book in October, and we have the details from writer Brian Azzarello.
In part 2 of our interview, the writer discusses FABLES proper, and the year to come for the fan-favorite series.
THE UNWRITTEN's Mike Carey & Peter Gross detail the series new ".5" twice-monthly format starting in November.
In a new spin-off mini-series of American Vampire, artist Sean Murphy jumps into the blood-sucking world.
AMERICAN VAMPIRE: SURVIVAL OF THE FITTEST and the latest from MORNING GLORIES highlight this week's advance reviews
Writer Jonathan Vankin discusses Jonh Constantine's return to the DCU in BRIGHTEST DAY: THE SEARCH FOR SWAMP THING.
It's day-of-release reviews for the latest installment of AMERICAN VAMPIRE, plus the debut of HEADACHE from Kickstart
Wolverine writer Jason Aaron guides Vertigo's SCALPED to June's special issue #50, designed to welcome new readers.
In the second of a 2-part conversation, Terry Moore discusses the end of ECHO and his new project RACHEL RISING.
In the 1st of a 2-part conversation, Terry Moore discussed the end of ECHO, working on Fables, and more.
We talk with Brazilian artist Rafael Albuquerque about this growth as an artist on Vertigo's American Vampire.
Len Wein co-created Swamp Thing in 1971, and 40 years later he talks to Newsarama about the character's recent return
The walls between DC and Vertigo are breaking, but how much have they ever really been there? Troy Brownfield takes a look.