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.
Phil Jimenez goes from wrapping his first FAIREST arc to drawing a scary tale in GHOSTS, but what's next?
Check out a preview of NEW DEADWARDIANS #8, the final issue of Dan Abnett's Vertigo series.
The artist and writer talks about wrapping up his series Sweet Tooth and the upcoming series Trillium.
In separate interviews, Scott Snyder & Jeff Lemire talk their respective new Vertigo titles - THE WAKE and TRILLIUM.
With announcements promised, come see what DC's mature readers imprint has in store for you!
Bill Willingham catches up on the latest with FABLES, its spin-off FAIREST, the future of prose novels and CINDERELLA.
Scottish crime novelist Denise Mina discusses adapting the international sensation THE GIRL WITH THE DRAGON TATTOO for comics.
This week's big column looks at JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK #12, the SCALPED finale, INVINCIBLE IRON MAN #523 and more
SCALPED ends with issue #60, Cullen Bunn takes on VENOM solo, DR. MANHATTAN debuts all those, plus more get quick-take reviews
Our look at this week's biggest releases include the 50th anniversary of AMAZING SPIDER-MAN, the end of SCALPED and more