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Jacked: Ten Questions with the Creators
You could call it the comic book equivalent of the old “chicken or egg” question—what comes first, the super powers or the chiseled good looks? If the powers lead the charge, then you’d think there would be plenty of super heroes rocking dad bods, double chins and muffin tops.
Art That Breathes: An Interview with Michael Allred
With ART OPS, the imaginative new ongoing comic from Vertigo, now on stands, we sit down for a chat with the book's own Art Operative—influential artist Michael Allred.
Behind the Clean Room
Go deeper into Vertigo's new series as protagonist Chloe Pierce introduces us to the writing of Astrid Mueller, the creator of the sinister Clean Room.
Five Things to Look Forward to this Season on iZombie
The second season of iZombie is well underway, and if the first two episodes are any indication, this one may be even better than the last. Blaine’s human again! Major’s hunting zombies! Liv’s roomie is a spy! For a zombie show, the second season of this sharp Vertigo Comics adaptation definitely isn’t lumbering out of the gate.
Slash & Burn: Ten Questions with the Creators
To fight fire, you really need to understand and respect it. Yet intriguingly, those same qualities also exist in pyromaniacs—the disturbed and destructive people who revel in setting the blazes which the firefighters combat. Perhaps the two roles aren’t as far apart as they may look…
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.