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Peter Bagge Hates Your Avatar in ‘Other Lives’ [Review]
Peter Bagge has one of the most distinct and talented voices in comics. So, it was with some surprise that "Other Lives," his new Vertigo graphic novel about virtual online worlds, felt so unoriginal. Reading "Other Lives" was like watching a depressing episode of "The Guil…
‘Northlanders': Brian Wood Talks Turning 25
It's been a month of milestones for Brian Wood and Vertigo Comics. In the span of just a few weeks, the writer's prominent "DMZ" arrived at its 50th issue, followed by the return of he and Becky Cloonan's "Demo" with a brand new second volume...
‘I, Zombie’ 8-Page Prequel Online from Vertigo
Despite my affection for holiday anthologies, 2009 did not work out well for those particular reading habits. A few missed Wednesdays at the comic shop resulted in me missing nearly every holiday special, including "The House of Mystery Halloween Annual" from Vertigo and its 8-Page…
I Think, Therefore ‘I, Zombie’
It isn't iZombie, a handy new Mac app designed to streamline your brain-consumption needs. No, instead it is Vertigo's new book "I, Zombie," and judging by its newly unveiled covers, it promises to be a very different sort of zombie tale, and a very different Vertigo book…
DMZ #50: Brian Wood on Writing 50 Issues in a War Zone
It's unusual for a war to becomes more popular the longer it rages on, but then again, Brian Wood and Riccardo Burchielli's "DMZ" has always been a little different. As the Vertigo series celebrates its fiftieth single issue this week, "DMZ" #50 hits stands bearing an expanded pa…
Matt Kindt’s ‘Revolver’ On the Way From Vertigo
Life-defining choices aren't always easy to make. They can mean the difference between a life fulfilled and a life, well, less than fulfilled. Online sneaker purchases, setting a relationship status on Facebook, deciding between a croissant or a bagel breakfast sandwich, these are the things readers…
Brian Wood Dishes on the Return of ‘Demo’
After an initial collaboration that launched 12 issues in 2003 and a collected edition that's continued to resonate with new readers almost seven years later, the lasting impact of Brian Wood and Becky Cloonan's "Demo" has finally rippled into its second, six-issue volume…

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