11 Reasons to be Scared of 2011

There's lots of reason for optimism about the coming year — Game of Thrones! More Doctor Who and Fringe! Dozens of huge movies! But there are also reasons for apprehension. Here's what we're scared could happen this year. » 1/10/11 4:13pm 1/10/11 4:13pm

The Future Of Vampires Is Amercian

Never mind your emo Twilight vampires - Newly announced comic series American Vampire will see writers Scott Snyder and Stephen King create a whole new "muscular and vicious" breed of toothy undead next year. » 10/26/09 11:19am 10/26/09 11:19am

The Nobody's Invisible Charms Become Slowly Evident

The Nobody, Jeff Lemire's reimagining of HG Wells' classic The Invisible Man, can seem aimless, slow and frustrating at times... but is also haunting, moving and a book that'll stay with you for a long time after reading. » 6/30/09 12:40pm 6/30/09 12:40pm

What if Harry Potter Was Real?

Eagerly awaiting the next Harry Potter movie, but wanting something with a bit more depth and reality-bending? Then DC Comics' new series The Unwritten may be just what you're looking for. » 5/11/09 10:00am 5/11/09 10:00am

Vertigo Promises New Graphic Novels, New Series

Executive editor Karen Berger was in fine form at this year's Vertigo panel, introducing a crop of new one-dollar monthlies and several original graphic novels on the theme of racial and cultural identity. » 2/07/09 4:30pm 2/07/09 4:30pm

Vertigo Launches Two New Books

Discussed during today's crime- and horror-heavy Vertigo panel were two books that should be on everyone's shopping lists: G. Willow Wilson's Air, about an air hostess with a fear of flying who discovers "the other side of flying" ("You should all buy it because it's awesome," Willow explains, before adding "If you… » 7/25/08 5:20pm 7/25/08 5:20pm

Shia The Last Man In 2010?

He may not have won your hearts as Mutt in this summer's Indiana Jones And The Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull, but Shia LeBeouf is still trying to make you fall in love with his dubious charms, even if he has to be the last man on Earth for it to happen. And, apparently, that's exactly what we're going to see in the… » 7/23/08 10:00am 7/23/08 10:00am

Genderapocalypse Scifi Comic "Y The Last Man" Ends Gracefully

Anyone feeling that Lost writer Brian K. Vaughan's Y: The Last Man wasn't quite science-fictiony enough will no doubt be happy with the book's sixtieth and final issue, released today. Featuring at least two sci-fi staples along with, you know, actually taking place in the future, the epilogue to the whole story… » 1/30/08 8:00am 1/30/08 8:00am