Brian K Vaughan
Every year at Comic-Con International in San Diego, the announcement of special projects gets fans and professionals alike buzzing around the con floor with excitement over the work of certain creators
Almost a year after the final issue of his long-running Ex Machina series hit shelves, Y: The Last man and Lost writer Brian K. Vaughan announced at Comic-Con today that he has a creator-owned ongoing comic book series called Saga in the works for 2012 at Image Comics.
Co-created and illustrated by artist Fiona Staples, Saga is a "balls to t
On sale this week is the fifth and final hardcover volume collecting Y: The Last Man, possibly the most beloved creator-owned comic book series released in this young century. A regular on "Best Of" lists throughout its six-year run, the Vertigo series by Brian K. Vaughan and Pia Guerra & Jose Marzan, Jr. is the story of a mysterious plague that instantly and simultaneously wipes out every male mammal on Earth save for o
Wayward comics and television writer Brian K. Vaughan has finally resurfaced in a new report from Deadline Hollywood, who say the lauded creator of "Y: The Last Man" will return to the public stage in "Smokers," a new Fox television series produced by Stars Road Entertainment, the production company of "Spider-Man" director Sam Raimi.
Created by Vaughan, "Smokers" is described by Deadline as a "high-concept drama about a documentary c
AS THE FOLLOWING REVIEW DISCUSSES THE 50TH ISSUE OF A 50-ISSUE SERIES THAT HAS BEEN RUNNING FOR SIX YEARS, IT SHOULD GO WITHOUT SAYING THAT ABSOLUTELY MASSIVE SPOILERS FOLLOW. THE FOLLOWING REVIEW IS 90% SPOILER, SO UNLESS YOU'RE THE KIND OF PERSON WHO WATCHED THE LAST EPISODES OF "BATTLESTAR GALACTICA" AND "LOST" FIRST, YOU MAY WANT TO READ ALL OF "EX MACHINA" BEFORE READING THIS.
(IF YOU DID WATCH THE LAST EPISODE