Kurt Busiek and Mark Bagley will provide a backup story for the oversized anniversary issue.
In "Astro City" #35, Kurt Busiek and Ron Randall tell a story of legacies -- both superheroes and otherwise -- with Jack-in-the-Box at its center.
In "Astro City" #32, Kurt Busiek and Brent Anderson kick off a sequel to their "Tarnished Angel" storyline from the late '90s, and this return to superpowered crime noir is even more enjoyable than fans could hope.
The Living Nightmare returns in "Astro City" #31, but this time Kurt Busiek and guest artist Jesus Merino take Samaritan's foe and show the confrontation primarily from the villain's perspective.
Kurt Busiek and Brent Anderson use "Astro City" #29 to show us what it's like to grow up as a member of the enemy, other-dimensional race our heroes regularly fight against.
Dusty and the Great Champion are stranded in the wilderness in "The Autumnlands" #7.
The story in "Astro City" #28 feels like a remix of Kurt Busiek's greatest hits, but the art by Gary Chaloner and Wade von Grawbadger make sure there's still something different about this comic.
Frank Miller's depiction of Superman in a "Dark Knight III" cover shocked many -- but should fans have really been so surprised?
Busiek explains that Miller didn't fail in his rendition of the Man of Steel: "People will talk about how Frank’s not drawing it well, or not drawing it right, but that’s not what’s going on."
Twenty years after the very first "Astro City" comic was published, Kurt Busiek and Brent Anderson revisit its themes in "Astro City" #26 as we once more investigate Samaritan's dreams.
Kurt Busiek tells CBR his Starfighter story was originally intended for Carol Danvers in "Avengers" and says "Astro City's" end is "years away."
Image creators, including Kelly Sue DeConnick and Kurt Busiek, talked editorial control, tropes and paper stock during the Q&A session.
Fairy tales, former child stars, and false prophets were discussed as Vertigo showcased the new blood on their books.