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Review: A Peaceful Unmaking in THE DREAMING #17

The Dreaming #17 is one of the most poetic and emotional chapters in this story so far. In fact, it's likely one of the most...

Review: THE DREAMING #16; Deprogramming the Imagination

Writer Si Spurrier marches ever closer to the end of his stellar run on The Dreaming, and issue #16 brings forth answers to some of...

How Grant Morrison’s ANIMAL MAN Changed My Concept of What a Comic Book Could Be

The relationship between art and the artist has always been intriguing. The complicated, messy balance between self-infatuation and emotional sacrifice has perhaps never been...

How SANDMAN Changed My Concept Of What A Comic Could Be

After being drawn into comics by superheroes, Neil Gaiman's Sandman showed me how much more the medium had to offer. When I first started reading...

Vertigo No More: DC Comics Ending Its Separate Imprints

After weeks of rumors about the move, DC Comics has made it official: Vertigo and their other imprints will be shutting down as separate...

DC Vertigo Exclusive Preview: AMERICAN CARNAGE #5

American Carnage #5 hits your local comic book store on March 20, but thanks to DC Comics, Monkeys Fighting Robots has an exclusive five-page...

SECOND COMING Rises Again at AHOY Comics

Mark Russell and Richard Pace's controversial Jesus-centric series Second Coming has found a new home at AHOY Comics. After being cancelled by DC/Vertigo last...

Review: BOOKS OF MAGIC #1 Recaps, Set Up New Adventures

Books of Magic #1 is the last of the four new stories to join Vertigo’s Sandman Universe line. This one feels a bit less...

Review: The Dark Lord is Brought Low in LUCIFER #1

Lucifer #1 shows us a Bringer of Light who is not quite as dapper as when we last saw him. Lucifer is haggard, weak, and...