Sarah Glidden took a birthright tour to Israel and shared the intimate - and political - details in a new Graphic Novel from Vertigo.
Mark Buckingham and Bill Willingham will be switching creative positions for November's FABLES #100
We concluse our look at the characters of AMERICAN VAMPIRE with a brand new character - CASH McCOGAN
The Best Shots team looks at new books from Vertigo, Archaia, and more as they peer into the future of this week's releases
Neil Gaiman's seminal SANDMAN series is currently being developed as a television series from Warner Bros.
We continue our look at the characters of AMERICAN VAMPIRE with their old-fashioned European counterparts
Jason Aaron and R.M. Guera's Scalped does not shy from controversial topics, & is now handling abortion within its pages
Pearl Jones is the scary female vamp in Scott Snyder's breakout Vertigo series, and we go in-depth with the character here
As AMERICAN VAMPIRE heads into its 2nd arc, we sit down its creator for an in-depth look into the "AmVamp" universe
The Best Shots team has a bunch of quick reviews of this week's major books from Marvel, DC, and more.
The Best Shots crew takes some early looks at books from Vertigo, BOOM! and more.
We talk with writer Jeff Lemire as his surprise hit Vertigo series SWEET TOOTH approaches it's 1st year on the stands
The up-and-coming writer is preparing to helm Veritgo's AMERICAN VAMPIRE alone with this month's exit by Stephen King
Join Vertigo writers, artists, and editors to learn about what comics from today are set to join yesterday's legends
Death of The Endless is coming to Action Comics, and Paul Cornell tells us exactly how that happened, and why she's coming.
One of Neil Gaiman's most beloved SANDMAN characters is coming to the DC Universe in October, courtesy of Paul Cornell and Pete Woods
Artist R. M. Guéra talks extensively with us about his art on Scalped, other titles, and his working relationship with Jason Aaron
Neil Young's political commentary concept album Greendale is coming to comics tomorrow; we spoke with writer Josh Dysart about the OGN