Bill Willingham discusses the end of "Fables" and which of his characters proves to be "Fairest in All the Land" in the new spinoff OGN from Vertigo.
Joe Quesada explains why it took so long for "Miracleman" to return, when new material will hit and why the "Marvelman" name was set aside.
Writer Bill Willingham has announced "Fables" will end with issue #150, as part of his "retirement" from much of his comic book work.
"Dead Boy Detectives" co-writer Toby Litt shared his thoughts on his and Mark Buckjingham's new ongoing series starring two characters introduced in Neil Gaiman's groundbreaking Sandman universe.
Vertigo has released a first look at "The Witching Hour" anthology hitting stores this October, with art from "Birdie," "This Witch's Work" and "Dead Boy Detectives: Run Ragged."
Geoff Johns, Jeff Lemire, Gail Simone, Tom Taylor and more join the first DC Comics Panel of Comic-Con International 2013 to share current and future plans for the New 52, Vertigo and more.
DC Comics has revealed a closer look at its Vertigo imprint's upcoming publishing slate with seven upcoming titles with full synopses and creative teams, including "Hinterkind," "Dead Boy Detectives" & more.
Mike Carey and Bill Willingham, the writers of Vertigo's "The Unwritten" and "Fables" respectively, discuss upcoming crossover, why the series make a perfect pairing and if Batman could ever visit Fabletown.
Vertigo expands its "Fables" franchise in the form of the "Fables Encyclopedia," written by Jess Nevins with an Adam Hughes cover, and a hardcover OGN featuring short stories written by creator Bill WIllingham.
A new image released by Vertigo and illustrated by Peter Gross and Mark Buckingham teases the upcoming crossover with Bill WIllingham's "Fables" in the pages of Mike Carey and Gross' "The Unwritten."
Creator Bill Willingham talks about the landmark 125th issue of his hit Vertigo featuring the start of a new arc, Snow White's secret origin and teases the possible death Bigby Wolf.
Mark Buckingham and Toby Litt discuss their story for "Ghosts," Vertigo's Halloween horror anthology, where they team with artist Victor Santos to tell a terrorizing tale featuring Neil Gaiman's Dead Boy Detectives.