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There's way more than Marvel, DC and The Walking Dead looking to make the jump from comics to television, and we run down some of the most exciting and furthest along ones here.
The editor who made Vertigo Comics an iconic imprint is back in a big way.
One of the grittiest visions of the apocalypse has been playing out for a while in the Vertigo Comics series Suiciders, and we have the scoop on the next chapter.
Return to the murder capital of the world in Vertigo's new The Lost Boys sequel comic series.
Holly Black, writer of Vertigo Comics' Lucifer series, discusses Vol. 1 of the series, teases what's next for the devil, and offers a great satanic cocktail recipe
We caught up with the acclaimed comic book writer to talk about her new horror series and what it says about the world we live in now.
It might not be the big-screen follow-up you’ve been waiting for, but we’re finally getting a continuation to the cult hit The Lost Boys. At least they won’t have to find a way to explain away the ageless vampire thing.
Vertigo is bringing the hit Fables series back to life, after wrapping the main run in 2015 at 150 issues. To keep the hits coming, the publisher has announced Everafter: From the Pages of Fables.
Surreal and beautiful, The Twilight Children was a fan-loved hit for Vertigo, and we're happy to reveal character concept art from Gilbert Hernandez.
Check out the first few pages of this scary, intense book from Shawn Aldridge and Scott Godlewski.
Our Editor-At-Large, Aaron Sagers, sits down for a fascinating hour with Sandman creator Neil Gaiman.
The comic co-writers return with a prequel and talk "eating this will kill you" bacon studies, along with Hollywood's desire to cast Kevin James.
The creators of Vertigo's surreal new alien-invasion mystery talk about their secret origin and where their story is going.
Preacher is currently in production. Here is one of the first set photos.
Tom Hardy is diving back into the comic-book movie game.