It's hard enough to believe it's already been 50 months since the last "Burning Questions" issue of Fables (whereby reader questions are answered in the form of original short stories), much less 100 months since the debut of the superlative Vertigo series. But it
The Vertigo blog recently posted a TV commercial that's been airing on BBC America for the Eisner-winning modern fairy tale graphic novel series "Fables." It's a slick, well-produced affair that comes complete with a movie trailer style voiceover selling that sums up the book's imme
Following in the footsteps of a restless neighbor who stepped out in "Jack of Fables," it looks like Fabletown's baddest wolf will get a spotlight of his own in this fall's "Fables: Werewolves of the Heartland
The 500+ page Previews catalog can be pretty tough to get through, even for the most jaded comics reader. That's why every month, ComicsAlliance contributor Chris Sims sits down to scour the pages for the best, worst, and most mind-bogglingly insane items and bring them to you, the discerning reader, in our recurring feature, Chris vs. Previews!
With this week's release of Marvel's "Black Knight" #1 -- not to be confused with DC's similarly named space zombie epic -- creators Tom DeFalco and Ron Frenz are revisiting the age of Camelot to reveal the long-lost origin of the Black Knight and the the sword that's basically Excalibur in one of those Evil Mirror Universe Goatees from "Star Trek," Chaos the Doombringer!
We're not gonna lie: That sounds pretty awesome, and it's gotten us thinking about the other great comics that have been inspired by the legend of King Arthur, so we've knighted Sir Christopher of Sims as our champion and charged him w
Since its debut in 2002, Bill Willingham's "Fables" has been the flagship title of the Vertigo imprint, spawning a successful ongoing spin-off, an Eisner award-winning original graphic novel, an upcoming mini-series and, most recently, the original prose novel "Peter and Max," which delves into t
There have been some big announcements for "Fables" writer Bill Willingham at Comic-Con, including the news that he'll begin writing the IDW comic "Angel" based on the "Buffy the Vampire" spinoff show in December, the new IDW fantasy series "Back Roads," and an original Vertigo graphic novel focusing on Bigby Wolf called "Fables: Werewolves in the Heartland." Vertigo has also been giving away its annual one-page "Fables" convention exclusive, except that this
Vertigo, the DC Comics imprint that brought you "Sandman" and "Preacher," just launched its own blog called "Graphic Content," where they're going to be adding previews, news, and behind-the-scenes articles by editors.
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