DC Comics is relaunching several of its Young Animal titles following the conclusion of the Milk Wars crossover with the DCU.
The DC Universe collides with Gerard Way's Young Animal next year, starting with Doom Patrol Special #1.
Gerard Way chats with CBR about the first year of DC Comics' Young Animal line, and what he hopes to see in the next year.
CBR examines the intersection of comics and music, looking at DC's Young Animal imprint and how its themes echo the music of The Smiths.
CBR has the first look at March's issues of "Shade, The Changing Girl," "Mother Panic," "Doom Patrol" and more.
DC's imprint, headed by former My Chemical Romance singer Gerard Way, promised to bring back the spirit of early Vertigo. So, how is it doing?
Motivated by her traumatic youth, Violet seeks to exact vengeance on her privileged peers as the terrifying vigilante known as Mother Panic.
Negative Man, Flex Mentallo and Danny the Street return, but what plans do Gerard Way and Nick Derington have for them?
Gerard Way is starting to release tracks that are meant to accompany the comics in his Young Animal imprint at DC Comics.
In Young Animal, the new DC imprint under his care, Gerard Way has already story-mined the early days of Vertigo. Here are a few more for his consideration.
CBR reports LIVE from DC Comics' Young Animal panel with Gerard Way and more!
The Gerard Way-helmed series offers a Changing Girl with different motivations, but she shares a number of similarities to her '90s counterpart.
Watch how Michael Avon Oeming brings DC Comics/Young Animal's "Cave Carson Has a Cybernetic Eye" to life, step by step.
Young Animal curator Gerard Way discusses the bizarre history of Cave Carson, his editorial role at the imprint, why DC's characters are fascinating psychologically, and more.
CBR has a look at what to expect from "Doom Patrol" and the rest of DC's Gerard Way-curated mature readers imprint in December.
Gerard Way sits down with CBR News to discuss his highly-anticipated run on Doom Patrol, opening up about the origins of the book, his influences, and how he views the Young Animal imprint as the Sub Pop Records of comics.