Art Ops: If You Could Hang Out with a Work of Art, Which One Would it Be?
In ART OPS, the new Vertigo series by Shaun Simon and Michael Allred, the best works of art don’t just have...
Gwen visits the Oregon street where she grew up, coming face-to-face with a part of her past that she'd completely forgotten. Meanwhile, the monster-hunters and the vampire girls come to an understanding, Ellie meets Spot's new roommate, and Galatea and Amon get cosmic. Plus, just when it seems things couldn't get more exciting, Gwen goes to the comic book store! See what thrills await in the climactic conclusion of "uVAMPIRE!"
Ellie the Ghost Girl is in the spotlight as secrets are revealed in a series of "Ghost Stories." Lovecraftian creatures from beyond space and time, monster-hunting gunslingers of the Old West and something that still haunts Ellie beyond the grave are brought to life by superstar guest artist Gilbert (Love & Rockets) Hernandez.
Art Ops: Ten Questions with the Creators
Art is alive. It has a soul. It breathes as it speaks and provokes. And sometimes it freaks out, escapes from its frame, and tears through lower Manhattan on a vodka-and-red-bull...
Gwen finds herself confronted with someone from her past – someone she barely remembers – but quickly discovers that she's forgotten more than she ever realized, and that her life is about to become very, very complicated. Meanwhile, Ellie tries out a new ghost trick, the monster-hunters and the vampire girls face off, and Amon the mummy and Galatea the mad scientist remember old times. All this and more in the penultimate chapter of iZOMBIE's sophomore arc!
Hansel has been selected by The Adversary to be his personal envoy to Fabletown. There's just one problem: Hansel is not a nice man. But someone has to free Baba Yaga and the captured Wooden Soldiers from the Woodland before the Empire's invasion of the mundy world can begin — and Hansel's just the Fable for the job!
Part 1 of the 2-part "Father and Son," featuring phenomenal Art by Mike Allred (Madman). As tensions continue to heat up between Fabletown and the Empire, Bigby reluctantly decides it's finally time to square accounts with his long-estranged father, the North Wind. Bigby may not like him, but since he is the grandfather of his cubs, who seem to adore the old man, a trip home seems to be in order. So Snow and Bigby and all six (seven?) kids make the journey to the North Wind's keep.