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
The Best Shots crew does the heavy lifting with reviews from this week and last in this edition of the big column!
Joe Kubert goes back to war comics with the new original graphic novel Dong Xoai, Vietnam 1965 from Vertigo
Jack of Fables recently had a title character change, and artist Tony Akins tells us how he changed the art up to go with it
The Losers opens this Friday, and Michael Avila liked what he saw of the Diggle/Jock comic adaptation
We're LIVE! at one of the inaugural panels of the inaugural C2E2 - DC's VERTIGO panel
Writer/artist Jeff Lemire continues his ongoing Vertigo series, SWEET TOOTH, with a new issue out today and a trade coming soon.
Writer Jason Aaaron talks about his Vertigo title SCALPED at the series mid-point and the story arc "Gnawing"
We talk with artist Sean Murphy about brining Grant Morrison's new Vertigo series JOE THE BARBARIAN to life
The Brazilian Brotherly art sensations are writing and drawing a new series for Vertigo, we spoke to the pair
Writer/Artist Matt Wagner stops by to chat with John Siuntres about his ongoing work in comics & how classic characters fit today