At New York Comic Con, some of the new creators behind DC’s most esteemed imprint, DC Vertigo, shared the real life stories that brought these new series to life—as well as a sneak peek at never-before-seen artwork!
When strange things start happening in the border town of Devil’s Fork, Arizona, it’s easy for some folks to pin the blame on “illegals.” What they don’t realize is that the border with Mexico is not the only border in this area, and “illegals” are not the actual threat. Take the jump for our review of Border Town #1 from DC Comics.
Neil Gaiman returns to one of his most popular creations as he handpicks a group of four authors to co-write a one-shot story which will carry into new titles under Vertigo’s Sandman Universe group. Is it a dream come true, or a nightmare in the making? Let’s find out in The Sandman Universe #1 from DC Vertigo.
Earlier today, Vertigo announced it is celebrating 25 years of a line-wide relaunch and rebranding of DC Vertigo.
The New American came face to face with the turmoil and racism of the 1960s. Now, a decade later, the superhero climate is about to change again, and the American may be forced to pick a side once more… Your Major Spoilers review of The American Way: Those Above And Those Below #2 awaits!
Vertigo joins together veteran horror writer Tim Seeley and artist Stephen Molnar to create a spine-tingling new series, IMAGINARY FIENDS.
Welcome to Inside Astro City, a column focusing on the Vertigo Comics series Astro City from Kurt Busiek, Brent Anderson, and Alex Ross! Each month, we’ll take a look at the current issue of the series, and ask series writer Kurt Busiek questions about the book. This time around, we return to The Broken Man’s tale with Inside Astro City #45!