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Byronic Heroes: New Romancer's Peter Milligan and Brett Parson
Romance is revived in NEW ROMANCER, the new supernatural rom-com out today from Vertigo. In this exclusive interview, co-creators Peter Milligan and Brett Parson wax poetic about life, love and singing in the shower.
One Perfect Panel: A Snapshot of the Past
One Perfect Panel is a recurring feature that identifies and examines noteworthy comic book panels, presenting them for your appreciation and discussion. Some of these panels will be epic in scale, while others will be quiet character beats, but all will be masterful in composition and impact.
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.
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.
Soldier to Soldier: Jason Inman Interviews The Sheriff of Babylon's Tom King
THE SHERIFF OF BABYLON is a gripping, perception-shattering new Vertigo miniseries from writer Tom King (GRAYSON and OMEGA MEN) and artist Mitch Gerads. A crime tale set against the backdrop of the Iraq War, it tells a fictitious story that draws inspiration from the often surreal and frequently dangerous experiences of thousands of American veterans.
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.
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.
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.
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.