This fall, Vertigo is teaming up with veteran horror writer Tim Seeley (Hack/Slash) and artist Stephen Molnar (Star Trek) to create Imaginary Fiends –a six-issue, sci-fi/horror miniseries. “Imaginary Fiends is a return to horror for me…a chance to tell a story about a broken person and her monster friend,” says Seeley. “But Fiends is darker, scarier and more fanatical than […]
Vertigo has announced that, this October they will be putting out a comic sequel to the 1987 cult classic film, The Lost Boys. This new miniseries from Vertigo and Warner Bros. Consumer Products will feature the work of horror veterans writer Tim Seeley (GRAYSON, NIGHTWING, Hack/Slash) and artists Scott Godlewski (THE DARK & BLOODY, Copperhead) […]
Starting in September, the creative team who brought us the acclaimed digital-first series Fables: The Wolf Among Us brings a brand-new chapter of the Fables legacy – EverAfter: From the Pages of Fables: a new monthly comic book from veteran writers Matthew Sturges and Dave Justus, with artwork by Travis Moore and covers by Tula Lotay. “We’ve always […]
With San Diego Comic-Con in full swing, companies we know and love are announcing agendas, plots, and reveals faster than my adult fingers can type the news to you! This tidbit comes straight from DC Entertainment’s creator-driven imprint, Vertigo, announcing an impressive Fall slate consisting of 12 new #1s set to release over 12 consecutive […]
Yet again I must ask for grace and patience as we wait for the repair of the Geek Holocron holographic generator. This time the error came from the Eat Your Comics intern attempting to use the holocron as a heavy weight to smash his collection of soda cans. Apparently it was the heaviest thing around. […]
NEIL GAIMAN’S ‘THE SANDMAN: OVERTURE DELUXE EDITION’ and ‘FREE COUNTRY: A TALE OF THE CHILDREN’S CRUSADE’ Coming This Fall!
It is no secret, for those of us here at EYC HQ, that Neil Gaiman holds a special place in my heart. With that in mind, the news that Vertigo plans on releasing deluxe editions of two of Gaiman’s most incredible graphic novels, caused me to make noises usually attributed to young girls at birthday […]