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Fans Take the Spotlight in Our Newest YouTube Channel
There are many stars on YouTube, but if you’re wondering which ones will be appearing on our new YouTube channel, you may want to look in the mirror.
Last Gang in Town: Ten Questions with the Creators
Music and mayhem just go so well together. LAST GANG IN TOWN is an in-your-face crime thriller full of sex, violence, cigarettes, alcohol, guitars, guns, hair dye, metal studs and likely a blown-out microphone or two.
Get Jiro: Blood and Sushi Comes to Life
Put that California Roll away.No really, get it out of sight! You know what will happen if Jiro catches you with one of those things.
Slash & Burn: Drawing Fire
Everyone knows that paper and fire don't exactly get along. But drawing a comic book about fire brings an entirely new angle to this traditionally combustible relationship. Here, two members of the SLASH & BURN art team reveal the secret of drawing a convincing flame.
Through the Mists: Neil Gaiman Revisits The Sandman
With The Sandman: Overture now complete and in stores, Morpheus’ journey has come to an end. Now, 27 years after The Sandman begun, Neil Gaiman looks back at the series as a whole, sharing his thoughts and recollections on each volume.
Lucifer: Ten Questions with the Creators
What can we say? We love being in business with the devil. And we’re not the only ones.
Red Thorn: David Baillie Shares the Myths Behind His New Series
RED THORN, Vertigo’s newest ongoing series, is in stores today. In this VertigoComics.com exclusive, writer David Baillie discusses some of the folklore that inspired the Scotland-set fantasy.
New Romancer: Ten Questions with the Creators
In NEW ROMANCER, the new scifi-tinged romantic comedy from writer and Vertigo stalwart Peter Milligan and artist Brett Parson, Lexy, a gifted young computer coder finds things heating up (though perhaps not how she might have expected) after she reconstructs and accidentally unleashes some of the greatest lovers
The Importance of a Good Dream: Neil Gaiman on The Sandman's Impact
For comic readers of a certain age and generation, Neil Gaiman’s THE SANDMAN was a touchstone. It wasn’t just an entertaining, intelligent work of fantasy—it was a life changing one.