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Shelly Bond Returns To Comics For 'Femme Magnifique' Anthology
Veteran comics editor Shelly Bond is putting together an anthology of comics about 30 women from various fields including politics, science and entertainment. Femme Magnifique is a collaboration with Kristy Miller and Brian Miller of Hi-Fi Colour Design. The plan is for a full-color hardcover book o…
Interview: Gerard Way On His Plans For Young Animal
DC has made some interesting moves since its relocation from New York City to Burbank, California, last year, including the upcoming line-wide relaunch DC Rebirth, and a notably uneven line of Hanna-Barbera-inspired comics. Perhaps the most surprising announcement came at Emerald City Comicon earlie…
DC Lets Go Of Vertigo Executive Editor Shelly Bond
DC’s mature readers imprint Vertigo has had a rough few years; where once it was the benchmark of challenging and thought-provoking creator-owned comics, many of its classic titles have wrapped up their runs, and Vertigo has struggled to find new epics to replace them.

In what DC describes a…
Mark Buckingham Talks About The End Of 'Fables'
Mark Buckingham’s art hasn't just made Fables a classic — it has made it, and comics in general, accessible to reluctant readers the world over. His work on the long-running Vertigo series chronicling the lives of exiled fairy tale characters is simple, but never simplistic, and v…
Vertigo Announces Six New Series
Vertigo fans may want to sit down. According to The New York Times DC Comics' mature readers imprint has announced six new titles coming this fall, including the finally-titled Sandman prequel announced last summer at San Diego Comic-Con International. On October 30, Gaiman and artist J.H. Will…
Shelly Bond Promoted To Executive Editor of Vertigo
Following the recent announcement that Karen Berger will be stepping down as Senior Vice President and Executive Editor of Vertigo, DC Comics has sent out a press release revealing that Shelly Bond, a near 20 year veteran of the imprint, will be promoted to Executive Editor...
MoCCA Wrap-Up: Minx, Underage Authors and Unprintable Sketches
Much as I enjoyed the MoCCA programming yesterday, I made a conscious decision not to spend as much time in panels today, so as to spend more time walking the floor and picking up cool looking books. I limited myself to just two panels --Shelly Bond's too-early-in-the-morning Minx panel and the Joe …