On shelves in comic shops today is Scalped #60, the final issue of the critically acclaimed Vertigo series. Created by Jason Aaron and artist R.M. Guera, Scalped takes place in Prairie Rose, a fictional Indian Reservation in South Dakota. Described in the series as "a third world natio
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DC Entertainment's final panel of the day focused on the Vertigo imprint, moderated by editor Karen Berger and featuring creators Sean Muprhy, Mike Allred, Rafael Albuquerque, Mark Buckingham,, Mike Carey, Jeff Lemire, Dan Abnett, Bill Willingham, Scott Snyder, and Dustin Nguyen, as well as editors Shelly Bond and Will Dennis. Sean Murphy discussed his Punk Rock Jesus series, Jeff Lemire promised a "not sad" ending to Sweet Tooth, and this guy named Neil Gaiman is doing a prequel to a comic book he started in 1989 called Sandman with J.H. Williams III.
Books: Brian Michael Bendis has signed with Random House to publish Words for Pictures: The Art and Business of Graphic Novels, a non-fiction comics writing guidebook due out in 2013 that will include portions of his Marvel work, along with new art from industry pros.
Movies: Moviefone repo
The DC Universe, its heroes and their costumes apparently weren't the only things that DC Entertainment had in the works for a reboot over the past several months -- the DC Comics website has also gotten
Previews: Vertigo has new previews for its March debuts Fairest, Saucer Country, Dominique Laveau: Voodo Child and The New Deadwardians.
TV: Actress Susanna Thompson has been cast as Green Arrow's mother in The CW's "Arrow" pilot and Katie Cassidy (Gossip Girl) has signed to play Dinah "Laurel" Lance (no word on whether she'll double as Black Canary).
Movies: Jonathan Liebesman (Wrath of the Titans, Battle: Los Angeles) is in talks to di
Vertigo came to NYCC armed with a few announcements and plenty of updates this year, including news that many of its ongoing titles will accelerate its transition to a simultaneous digital and print release schedule beginning in November and continuing through 2012. The panel also
As a loose collective of so-called "hackers" labeled Anonymous continues to cause mostly harmless chaos around the Internet, a symbol born from Alan Moore and David Lloyd's graphic novel V for Vendetta has become synonymous with the cause of radical transparency online. The Guy Fawkes-style mask worn by the character V was first used by Anonymous as w
Between its hundreds of combined panels, parties, events and contests, Comic-Con can make for a pretty overwhelming week if you're not careful. Have heart, though, ComicsAlliance readers! We're here to help you make the most of your pending adventure into the heart of pop culture's ultimate obstacle course