Get a glimpse of what Brian Azzarello and Eduardo Risso's acclaimed series would have looked like in video game form.
The "Mad Max: Fury Road" star will bring Brian Azzarello and Eduardo Risso's Vertigo series, "100 Bullets," to the big screen.
With "iZombie" currently eating brains on The CW, take a look at the other Vertigo Comics properties primed for television exploits.
Neil Gaiman explains why the long-gestating adaptation wasn't included in the studio's big announcement last week.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Warner Bros. confirmed a "Justice League" film will follow the "Man of Steel" sequel, featuring Henry Cavill, Ben Affleck and Gal Gadot.
"Wonder Woman" and "Brother Lono" writer Brian Azzarello spoke with CBR about revisiting the popular "100 Bullets" character and the clash of New and Greek gods in DC Comics' New 52.
DC Comics has released a first look at Eduardo Risso's variant cover for "100 Bullets: Brother Lono" #1 -- the first piece of art marking the artist's long-awaited return to the "100 Bullets" series.
Comparing "Brother Lono" to "Laverne & Shirley," Eisner Award winner Brian Azzarello wants everyone to know that his and Eduardo Risso's new Vertigo series is a spinoff not a sequel.
As his New 52 take on the Amazon superheroine with artist Cliff Chiang enters its next New Gods-driven arc, Brian Azzarello has reinvention on his mind while he also preps a return to the world of "100 Bullets."
Brian Azzarello lead a panel at Fan Expo with a focus on crime fiction that progressed into topics including his take on Rorschach, the passing of Joe Kubert, and future writing plans.