After slumming it in the mainstream DC Universe for most of the noughties, the Strange Adventures anthology is returning to Vertigo. Jeff Lemire, Peter Milligan and Scott Snyder are just some of the writers contributing ten-page stories to the new Strange Adventures #1, which features a cover by Paul Pope and also includes the first chapter of Spaceman, created by the legendary 100 Bullets team of Brian Azzarello and Eduardo Risso.
Launched in 1950, Strange Adventures has been home to countless DC Comics short stories that are indeed strange but also quite cool. The title has a h
The world of Jeff Lemire's Sweet Tooth is rife with deadly secrets, but at the heart of them all is the mystery of the human/animal hybrid children who stand to inherit the Earth. The extent of each hybri
If anyone's had a rough go over the past few years at DC Comics, it's Superboy. He had a nervous breakdown, died, came back to life, and starred in a backup feature before finally returning to the Teen Titatns
As anyone who has been to Comic-Con can attest, the annual comics mega-convention is a pretty intense experience that often generates some memorable stories. Everyone seems to have at least one crazy convention tale to tell, and since creators are no exceptio
It seems like just yesterday that Jeff Lemire was writing critically-acclaimed, Eisner-nominated indie books, like the "Essex County" series from Top Shelf, but I was still getting "who?" reactions from my superhero-centric frien
While Ray Palmer didn't require reanimating during "Blackest Night," the size-changing hero is nonetheless finding new life during this summer's "Brightest Day" care of "Sweet Tooth" creator Jeff Lemire and "Dynamo 5" artist Mahmud Asrar (with a cover by Gary Frank)
Vertigo showed a lot of support for Jeff Lemire's "Sweet Tooth" #1 back in September by giving it a 99 cent introductory price tag, but it's going even further to promote the May release of "Sweet Tooth Vol
Kevin Church recently posted two amazing pieces of MIke Wieringo original art that he recently purchased at auction that we can't help but shout out: Sketches of Peter Parker and J. Jonah Jameson. As apes.
What if... Batman had been traumatized by a more cuddly animal? Space Avalanche explores the idea in a webcom
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