Thursday, December 4 2014
These two graphic novel versions of The Graveyard Book preserve everything good about the original and add the benefit of visual interpretation by a number of fine artists.
Thursday, October 23 2014
Neil Gaiman constantly surprises, and he’s done it again with The Graveyard Book Volume 2, the wrap-up of the novel’s adaptation to comics.
Tuesday, June 28 2011
The comic industry's great humanist talks about the end of Echo, his new series, Rachel Rising, and ponders ideas such as, "What if you mate the China syndrome with a collider?"
Tuesday, November 3 2009
Reminiscent, in all the best ways, of Neil Gaiman and Kurt Vonnegut’s finest works, Matt Wagner’s opening salvo of his new Vertigo series shows the world still has need for the archetypes inherent in Wagner’s Parsifal.
Wednesday, May 27 2009
Wednesday, March 18 2009
Friday, November 16 2007
Friday, August 10 2007
Thursday, January 4 2007
Without it, there would be no Vertigo today, and perhaps none of the titles that have risen to prominence out of that publishing line.
Monday, July 17 2006
Jack Kirby had a knack for creating heady, mind-bending concepts dressed in superhero clothing, and Neil Gaiman simply refines this already brilliant material with sharp dialogue and characterization, while weaving it into a modern context.