Marvel Comics often turns to novelists when searching for writing talent, but hiring Rainbow Rowell to write a new Runaways series is an especially inspired decision. The writer of bestselling books like Fangirl, Eleanor & Park, and Carry On, Rowell has a talent for creating compelling, multifaceted characters with…
It’s been over a year since we learned the long-awaited adaptation of Bryan K. Vaughan and Pia Guerra’s beloved Vertigo comic series Y: The Last Man was really happening. But with scarce news about the promised TV show since, we’d started to wonder if we’d ever see it. Today, things took an encouraging turn.
Months ago, a team of incredibly talented comics-makers put out the first issue of Barrier, a science-fiction comics miniseries tackling the subject of illegal immigration. Barrier #2 is out now and surprisingly serves as a great reminder of how people coming together from different backgrounds has helped make America…
Last year, Brian K. Vaughan and Marcos Martin announced that they would be making a one-off comic in The Walking Dead universe, as part of a deal between Image Comics and their comics distribution service Panel Syndicate. Now, you can read it—and it’s got some pretty major implications for the comic series as a whole.
When the amazing team behind The Private Eye announces a surprise new comic series, you listen. And listen you should, because Brian K. Vaughan (Saga, Y: The Last Man) and Marcos Martin (Batgirl: Year One, Doctor Strange: The Oath) have teamed up for Barrier, a new series that’s off to a really interesting start.
Hollywood tried very hard to make Brian K. Vaughan’s classic comic Y :The Last Man into a movie but, finally, everyone gave up. The story was just too epic and too risky to condense into that form. TV has always been the right medium and now that’s happening thanks to a very passionate fan.
There have been rumors of Bryan K. Vaughan and Pia Guerra’s hit Vertigo comic series Y: The Last Man getting a movie for ages, but it’s been stuck in development hell for years. Now, however, it appears the show will finally be getting its much0anticipated live-action adaptation—except now it’ll be on TV.
For its entire 12 year run so far The Walking Dead comic has been written by one person: Robert Kirkman. That’s about to change, however—for the first time, another writer is coming to the comic, and it’s none other than Saga and Y: The Last Man’s Brian K. Vaughan.
Image Comics held its fifth annual Image Expo in San Francisco this week, where it unveiled the 18 new titles in its 2015 launch lineup. This year's highlights include new projects from Brian K. Vaughan (Saga, Y: The Last Man) and Image Comics founder Todd McFarlane (Spawn).
The Comic-Con panel for Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples' comic Saga was every bit as charming as you'd expect. The pair talked about the next few issues of the comic, the importance of killing off characters, why Slave Girl is a critique of Slave Leia, and the one Saga moment Fiona Staples initially refused to draw.
While chatting with the writer of Marvel's new short "All Hail The King," Drew Pearce revealed a few secrets about the other Marvel movies he's been working on. Specifically, on the long-awaited Runaways adaptation.
Hi, everybody! It's me, the Dome. I hope you enjoyed the first season of my show. I felt like I was able to wrap myself around a lot of important themes, including fascism and propane and stuff. The season finale aired the other day, and I thought I should share my thoughts about it. Spoilers ahead!
The Hugo Awards just happened at San Antonio's LoneStarCon 3, and it was a night of dramatic reveals. The winners: Game of Thrones! John Scalzi! Tor's Patrick Nielsen Hayden! Ken Liu! Pat Cadigan! Stanley Schmidt, twice! Brandon Sanderson, twice. And Saga! Full details below.
There are two kinds of people in this world: Those who are reading Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples amazing adult scifi/fantasy Image comic Saga, and those who haven’t yet. The former people are leading happier, fuller lives, because Saga is amaaaaaazzzing. Here are 10 reasons you’d do well to join them.
We've seen the pilot episode of the much-anticipated new series, Under the Dome, based on the Stephen King novel where a small town finds itself trapped under an invisible, impenetrable dome with no explanation. Yes, it's freakin' scary. Here are our spoiler-free first impressions.
This new footage from Brian K. Vaughan's Under The Dome looks good — it looks really good. Especially the cow part.
Turns out we were all pointing fingers at the wrong party in the banning of Brian K. Vaughan's acclaimed comic Saga from Apple devices. (Including Vaughan himself.) Comixology, which distributes Saga on Android and iOS devices, has come forward and taken responsibility. And fixed the mess.
Brian K. Vaughan's Saga is one of the best comics out there right now — but you can't read the latest issue on your Apple device, because it contains "two postage-sized images of gay sex." And Apple's stone-cold vision of the future has no room for gay people, at least not if they're going to express their sexuality.
Earlier this week we gave you the full rundown on what to expect from Brian K. Vaughan and Stephen King's new CBS thriller Under the Dome. But now you can see the very first footage about a town that is quarantined by a giant, impenetrable dome in this premiere trailer!