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The Mastery of The Twilight Children
What sets apart a good comic from a great one? In this exclusive introduction, Vertigo Senior Editor Jamie S. Rich discusses Gilbert Hernandez and Darwyn Cooke's THE TWILIGHT CHILDREN, and how the best stories stay with you long after the final page is turned.
Win the Ultimate #DCTV Collection in our Latest Sweepstakes
The Fall #DCTV Season is here, but before you dive into the latest episode of The Flash, Gotham, Arrow or iZombie by entering for a chance to win the previous seasons on DVD and Blu-ray along with some impressive replica badges from DC Collectibles.
The Roundup: It's Twilight Time
It's a big week for DC Comics fans, and we have previews of all of our must-read new books, including the debut issues of Superman: Lois & Clark and Vertigo's The Twilight Children, plus new issues of Batman, Harley Quinn, Constantine: The Hellblazer, Catwoman and Batman and Robin Eternal!
New York Comic-Con 2015: Friday
For a guy who keeps plenty busy at night, Batman sure has a busy day ahead here at the Javits Center. It all starts with the once-in-a-lifetime “The Dark Knight 30th Anniversary” panel, which celebrates Frank Miller’s iconic, influential DARK KNIGHT RETURNS along with its two sequels. After that, current Bat-scribe Scott Snyder gets a special NYCC spotlight panel.
New York Comic-Con 2015: Sunday
It’s the final day of New York Comic-Con, but if you thought we’re packing it in early, think again! Today, the “Usual Gang of Idiots” from MAD Magazine take the stage with their infamous “Mad About MAD” panel. Expect plenty of hijinks and hilarity, and maybe a song or two.
New York Comic-Con 2015: Saturday
There’s no other word to describe Saturday at NYCC other than MASSIVE! The DC Entertainment booth is packed with enthusiastic fans taking photos with our green screen, checking out the amazing Batman v Superman costumes and props on display and examining the newest products from DC Collectibles.
Survivors' Club: Five Movies to Set the Mood
The six main characters in Vertigo’s newest series all survived movies like these. Can you survive watching them?
Unfollow: Ten Questions with the Creators
We measure our lives in followers, favs, reblogs and snaps, building up circles of acquaintances on social media. But how truly connected are we? Do we think about the people behind the screen names? If they needed it, would we help or defend them, or would we ignore, disregard or even hinder them? Would we, if it would benefit us, even be willing to kill them?