Turns out there ARE ghosts, in all the machines. But whose job is it to fight them? Your Major Spoilers review of Goddess Mode #2 awaits!
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Tensions are rising at the U.S. – Mexico border, but Santa Muerte is driving Blake to open the border between our world and that of Mictlantecutli. What could possibly go wrong?
Who do heroes turn to when they find themselves in trouble? Is the Consultant the answer? Also, Hellboy and the BPRD 1956 #1, Man-Eaters #3, Sword Daughter #4, and Hex Wives #2 go under the microscope in this week’s episode of the Major Spoilers Podcast!
The Curandera at the herb store knows something about what’s going on, and offers to train the young people in the ways of Brujeria. But as fear leads to hate, and hate rises in Devil’s Fork, what is happening to Blake?
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.
Daniel is missing, and something has invaded the Dreaming. Who or what is Dora, and how awesome is the art? We’ll discuss what we liked and disliked in Vertigo’s The Dreaming #1 in this week’s Dueling Review.
This week, we take a look at Incognegro: A Graphic Mystery, and review Artifact One #0, Sherlock Holmes: The Vanishing Man #4, and Doctor Who: The Road to the Thirteenth Doctor: The Eleventh Doctor #2. Plus, webpits – yes, or no?
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.
As we quickly approach the August 8th release of The Sandman Universe #1, DC Vertigo sent us a first look at our return to the Dreaming.
Earlier today, Vertigo announced it is celebrating 25 years of a line-wide relaunch and rebranding of DC Vertigo.
Vertigo is bringing some top talent to the upcoming Sandman Universe, and today the publisher announced the artists who will help bring the Sandman Universe to life.
Vertigo joins together veteran horror writer Tim Seeley and artist Stephen Molnar to create a spine-tingling new series, IMAGINARY FIENDS.