Vertigo Book Club: Hellblazer Addiction

Among all of the comics that have starred the cigarette-smoking, trench coat-wearing magician-slash-con-man known as John Constantine, I’ve always loved the

Vertigo Book Club: A Preacher Fan Comes Home

I had never read a PREACHER comic when AMC’s Preacher TV series premiered.

DC Entertainment Honors WildStorm’s Momentous 25th Anniversary With A $.99 Digital Sale

Not Your Average Saint

I can't claim to know a lot about religion. My time spent in Sunday school and in various pews is far in the past. But I'm relatively certain about one thing when it comes to Catholicism: There are saints for everything.

No Shortage of Villains

What does it mean to be a villain? Is it about intent? Is it about actions? What if those actions are terrible but driven by a righteous belief? These are questions I ask myself anytime I read a new story.

Bitten by Cassidy

It's been about three weeks since I first picked up PREACHER. Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon have managed to consistently make me lose track of time with their words and images.

The Sky Is Bigger in Texas

After months of anticipation, Preacher exploded onto screens last Sunday.

 
The first Vertigo Resurrected is a 100 page book that features "Shoot," Warren Ellis's much-talked about, but never published story, involving schoolyard killings a
 
I’d recommend the latest issue of SCALPED cuz nothing says “Happy Holidays” quite like a gritty crime comic about a meth-addicted, under-cover FBI agent with a hero

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