Winter (and Season 7) can't come fast enough for fans of the hit HBO drama. But these comics will make that wait a little more bearable.
The creative team behind "Fables: The Wolf Among Us" discusses their Bill Willingham-approved sequel to the best-selling, Eisner Award winning series.
This September, the DC Universe continues to adjust to the events of the ongoing "Rebirth" in "Action Comics," "Trinity," "Teen Titans" and more.
"Fables" is making a comeback under the creative team of franchise veterans Matthew Sturges, Dave Justus, Travis Moore and Tula Lotay.
Vertigo Executive Editor Shelly Bond bids "Farewell" to Bill Willingham's "Fables" and opens up about the imprints 12 new "game changing" series.
As creator Kentaro Miura returns to "Berserk" after a 10-month hiatus, "Young Animal" magazine announces 35 million copies of the manga are in print worldwide.
The creative team reveal how much "Fables" has changed their lives and why it was important to unleash Bigby Wolf on Fabletown before the series finale.
Fairy tales, former child stars, and false prophets were discussed as Vertigo showcased the new blood on their books.
In a recent interview, producer David Heyman offered a few clues on the progress of the upcoming "Fables" film adaptation.
The Eisner Award-winning writer discusses his "Fairest" finale, why he enjoys writing Goldilocks and teased a possible "Fables" return and new projects.
Not only is Matt Sturges and Dave Justus' "The Wolf Amongst Us" tied to the events of Telltale's video game, it's a Bill Willingham-approved "Fables" prequel.
DC's February releases bring the introduction of new characters, possible romance between Bigby Wolf and Rose Red and much more!
Neil Gaiman explains why the long-gestating adaptation wasn't included in the studio's big announcement last week.
DC Digital announced three new series -- "Mortal Kombat X," "Wonder Woman 77" and "Fables: The Wolf Among Us" -- plus previewed existing series.
Lynda Carter's Wonder Woman returns alongside two video game tie-ins from the likes of Mark Andreyko and Matt Sturges.