​Your Wait For the Long-Awaited Sandman Overture #2 Is Finally Over

Yes, the second issue of Neil Gaiman's already fabulously-popular-despite-having-only-one-issue-out is finally here! Let's hope #3 manages to arrive in less than four months. Plus, G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero hits the big #200, Marvel tries to Survive, and Image presents the superhero version of Galaxy Quest! » 3/25/14 2:40pm 3/25/14 2:40pm

​How do you make World War II worse? Add royalty with superpowers

That's the premise of Rob Williams and Simon Coleby's new Vertigo comic Royals: Masters of War. In this alt-history, royal blood bestows superpowers, but these kings and queens have an agreement to never join their respective wars — that is, until World War II forces England's Prince Harry to take action. All that and… » 2/11/14 2:20pm 2/11/14 2:20pm

​The Ghostbusters become their own X-File in Conspiracy

When The X-Files' Lone Gunmen receive a mysterious file warning them about supernatural phenomena that haven't happened yet, they begin investigating — and their first stop is a certain firehouse in New York City in IDW's new crossover Conspiracy. Plus, new Elfquest, the end of The Unwritten, and the worst high… » 1/21/14 1:40pm 1/21/14 1:40pm

​You've just crossed over into the return of The Twilight Zone

J. Michael Straczynski's first full-time job writing in TV was on the 1980s Twilight Zone reboot. Now his newest comic job is writing the Twilight Zone comic reboot. Wacky! Plus, dead kids solving crimes, a very unique vampire hunter and the Defenders of the Earth go steampunk in the last comics of 2013! » 12/31/13 1:30pm 12/31/13 1:30pm

Neil Gaiman's The Sandman: Overture comic has already been delayed

Looking forward to issue #2 of Neil Gaiman's The Sandman: Overture prequel series? Well, good news — you're going to be looking forward to it for the next four months! DC announced the much-anticipated second issue has been pushed back from a December release to February 2014, for unknown reasons. » 11/11/13 2:50pm 11/11/13 2:50pm

Add Vertigo's iZombie to the pile of TV shows DC is trying to make

Chances are you didn't read Chris Roberson and Mike Allred's pop-horror Vertigo comic iZombie, as it was canceled after only 28 issues. It's a shame, because it was a great, fun, and a genuinely fresh take on horror tropes. But you might get another chance, as The CW is putting an iZombie show into development, to be… » 11/08/13 9:19am 11/08/13 9:19am

Neil Gaiman’s return to Sandman definitely won’t put you to sleep

Dream, Death, and the rest of the Endless are back in Neil Gaiman’s much-anticipated prequel to his classic Vertigo series in The Sandman: Overture #1. But if there’s one reason you need to read it, it’s for J.H. Williams III’s amazing art, which is perfectly suited to Gaiman’s tale. Plus Marvel gets ready for a… » 10/29/13 4:20pm 10/29/13 4:20pm

Mythic monsters take back the planet in This Week’s Comics!

You might think you’ve had a bad day, but Prosper Monday is having a bad life. Something called the blight has nearly killed off the human race, and monsters of myth and creature of legend stalk the Earth in Vertigo’s new fantasy series Hinterkind. Plus, Spider-Man has 99 problems (and a bitch may or may not be one of… » 10/01/13 4:20pm 10/01/13 4:20pm

Alan Moore's lost ‘80s project resurfaces in This Week’s Comics

When Alan Moore wasn’t busy making Watchmen in the '80s, he was writing a screenplay for a twisted version of Beauty and the Beast titled Fashion Beast. This lost epic finally arrives as a graphic novel this week, along with Jeff Lemire’s new Vertigo series, the Dark Tower finale, a Robocop you never saw and more! » 8/06/13 3:20pm 8/06/13 3:20pm

Fables meets The Unwritten in the ultimate Vertigo comics crossover!

DC just sent along the above picture of Fables' Bigby Wolf and The Unwritten's Tommy Taylor, getting ready for their upcoming comic crossover. If you're a fan of either of Vertigo's literary-minded series — both of which are completely fantastic — this picture should be enough to get you excited. If you're a fan of… » 1/30/13 10:20am 1/30/13 10:20am

Tom Taylor goes to Hell in our exclusive preview of The Unwritten #44

If you've been reading Mike Carey's phenomenal Vertigo comic The Unwritten, then you know it's an illuminating look at humanity's relationship with fiction as told through Tom Taylor, a Harry Potter-esque character seemingly made flesh to combat the shadowy cabal that rules the world's story. Get into this comic by… » 12/17/12 1:48pm 12/17/12 1:48pm