The 2012 Hugo Award Finalists Have Been Announced

The Hugo Award finalists for 2012, honoring excellence in science fiction and fantasy, were announced in the UK. In the Best Graphic Story category, the finalists include two Vertigo titles:

 

Preview Mondays: SUPERGIRL #7 and FABLES #115

Last week, we announced Preview Mondays on THE SOURCE, GRAPHIC CONTENT and the new DCE website by showing you exclusive previews of GREEN LANTERN #7 and FAIREST #2. This week’s installment of Preview Mondays has your first look at SUPERGIRL #7 and FABLES #115.

 

Preview of FABLES #110

"Inherit the Wind" continues.

Bufkin continues his schemes to free Oz and its surroundings from the Nome King's oppressive rule. Meanwhile, the cubs continue to learn how to become winds – but is it turning into a competition with a decidedly deadly edge?

Check out the preview below and pick up FABLES #110 this Wednesday!

FABLES #109 preview

In Part 2 of "Inherit the Wind," we meet the other Cardinal Winds – West, East and South – as the cubs continue to train and learn about the life and responsibilities of their grandfather, the North Wind with the help of Breeze, Mr. Puff and others.

Meanwhile, Rose Red heads back to The Farm and Bufkin is up to his usual monkey business in Oz.

The SCREAM 2011 nominees include…

We’re pleased to announce that the following Vertigo and DC Comics titles were nominated for The 2011 SCREAM AWARDS:

DAYTRIPPER by Gabriel Ba and Fabio Moon and AMERICAN VAMPIRE by Scott Snyder and Rafael Albuquerque for Best Comic Book or Graphic Novel

Just Announced at SDCC: FAIREST to spin out of FABLES

From the pages of the acclaimed New York Times bestselling series FABLES comes an incredible new monthly series called FAIREST.

Arriving in early 2012, the first arc will be written by FABLES ongoing series writer Bill Willingham with art by Phil Jimenez. The second arc will be written by Lauren Beukes with art by Inaki Miranda and the series will continue with contributions from some of today’s best story tellers and artists.

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