Vertigo Comics

Vertigo is an imprint of the American comic-book publisher DC Comics. Its books are marketed to a sophisticated audience, and may contain graphic violence, substance abuse, frank (but not explicit) depictions of sexuality, profanity, and controversial subjects.

Review: Motherlands #1

Writer: Si Spurrier Artist: Rachael Stott   Summary Everyone one has issues with their parents, "Mommy" or "Daddy" issues. Those...

Review: Astro City #50

Writer: Kurt Busiek Artist: Brent Anderson Cover Artist: Alex Ross   Summary Our 50th issue begins a special...

Review: Imaginary Fiends #3

Writer: Tim Seeley Artists: Stephen Molnar, Quinton Winter   Summary Melba Li continues to get pulled in multiple...

Sheriff of Babylon 10 cover

Tom King Gives An Update On ‘Sheriff Of Babylon Season 2’

Tom King and Mitch Gerads have revealed that they will follow up their critically-acclaimed series, Sheriff of Babylon...

Review: Imaginary Fiends #2

Writer: Tim Seeley Artists: Stephen Molnar, Quinton Winter   Summary After officially joining the FBI, Melba Li helps...

WGN Passed On a ‘Scalped’ Television Series

WGN recently passed on Warner Bros.'s live-action Scalped television series. The pilot was filmed this passed spring with...

Review: Astro City #49

Writer: Kurt Busiek Artist: Brent Anderson Cover Artist: Alex Ross   Summary The story of Resistor, who’s making...

Review: Imaginary Fiends #1

Writer: Tim Seeley Artists: Stephen Molnar, Quinton Winter   Summary What if imaginary friends were real? And what...

DOOM PATROL: The Rachel Pollack Interview

In 1993, Rachel Pollack took over DC/Vertigo’s Doom Patrol following Grant Morrison who made his mark in the...

Review: Astro City #48

Writer: Kurt Busiek Artist: Mike Norton Cover Artist: Alex Ross   Summary A tale of redemption and farewell,...