Sometimes it just feels right to go home again. Such was the case today when Neil Gaiman announced he'd be returning to the world of The Sandman for a 2013 miniseries.
The schedules for the 2012 San Diego Comic-Con Preview Night and Day 1 (July 11 and July 12) are now live, and we have the horror highlights for you here (along with a few panels of general interest). As always, though, be sure to check the official SDCC site for updates!
It's almost time for WonderCon 2012 to start packing fans into the Anaheim Convention Center, and we have the horror highlights of the three-day event that runs from March 16th-18th right here.
Late last year we told you about The New Deadwardians, a mini-series comic heading our way from Vertigo, and now we know when the first issue is being released along with info on three other new series Vertigo will be putting out during the month of March.
The new what? The New Deadwardians, an eight-issue comic mini-series written by Dan Abnett with art by newcomer INJ Culbard coming in March, 2012, from Vertigo Comics.
Crappy news coming in for fans of Vertigo Comics' DMZ series. It looks like a small screen adaptation, or any adaptation for that matter, is now officially out of the cards.
The March 17th release date for Issue #1 of American Vampire from writers Scott Snyder and Stephen King and artist Rafael Albuquerque is only a few days away, and now a trailer for the comic is available. In addition, both Snyder and King have given recent interviews in which they promise they're making vampires scary again.
The March 17th release date for Issue #1 of American Vampire from writers Scott Snyder and Stephen King and artist Rafael Albuquerque is quickly approaching, and to help whet fans' appetites, Vertigo Comics has released its variant cover from Jim Lee. Best of all, it's just the first we'll be seeing as the next four issues will also have variant covers by some of the top names in the industry.
Now here's something we just don't have enough of: Vampires! I know ... truth be told, we're all about to o.d. on bloodsucker tales, but here's one that you should keep an eye out for: Vertigo Comics' American Vampire from writers Scott Snyder and Stephen King and artist Rafael Albuquerque.
Here's the formula if you want to get a movie or series made nowadays: It has to be either be a sequel, a remake, or based on a comic book. Enter one of DC Vertigo's releases -- Midnight Mass.