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Robert Downey Jr. at the premiere of Disney and Marvel's 'Avengers: Infinity War' held at the El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood, USA on April 23, 2018. (Image: Tinseltown/
Vertigo, the classic suspense film by Alfred Hitchcock, is getting a remake Set up at Paramount; Steven Knight will pen the script Robert Downey Jr is said to be starring in the film and will also be a producer along with Susan Downey Knight is a busy man, as he just also signed on to write[...]
LOOK: Mighty Morphin Power Rangers & Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II
Seaguy was planned as a three-volume comic book miniseries written by Grant Morrison with art by Cameron Stewart and published by DC/Vertigo A comic book series about a powerless superhero in a scuba suit, with his sidekick Chubby Da Choona, a talking, cigar-smoking tuna fish The first volume was published in 2004, the second, Seaguy:[...]
The Return Of DC/Vertigo House Of Secrets - Just Not From DC
The DC Vertigo version of House of Secrets was an occult and horror-themed comic by Steven T Seagle and Teddy Kristiansen, with occasional assistance by Christian Højgaard, Guy Davis, Duncan Fegredo and the Pander Brothers It debuted in October 1996, reviving the DC trademark, and ran for 25 issues until the end of 1998, followed[...]
All DC Comics Made Returnable Because Of Infinite App Ultra Update
DC Comics' all-you-can-eat streaming subscription service has added thousands of comics to its premium subscription level, the existence of which was scooped by Bleeding Cool in October, DC Universe Infinite Ultra from the sadly-shuttered mature readers line that changed an industry, DC Vertigo, as well as the opportunity to read comics one month after they[...]
DC Comics Pulped Almost All 25th Anniversary Vertigo Hardcover Copies
In 2017, DC Comics announced they were to publish a Vertigo: A Celebration of 25 Years Hardcover that would include an oral history of the DC Comics mature readers imprint, Vertigo Meant to published in 2018, it was delayed, and was then never released to comic book stores One of those things In 2019 DC[...]
Air by G. Willow Wilson and M. K. Perker Revived at Berger Books
Over a decade since she last published the series at the now-defunct Vertigo (RIP), Karen Berger is bringing back Air by G Willow Wilson and M K Perker under the Berger Books imprint at Dark Horse Originally published for 24 issues between 2008 and 2010, the comic will be reprinted as four trade paperbacks, beginning[...]
Microids Unveils Video Game Adaptation Of Alfred Hitchcock's Vertigo
Microids and Pendulo Studios released a new developer diary for Alfred Hitchcock – Vertigo, showing off the game's artwork Before the game is released on PC on December 16th, the team decided to show off the work that went into creating this very specific visual style that encapsulates the original film while also standing out[...]
Y: The Last Man Cover by J. G. Jones Hits Auction
Jones Y: The Last Man #6 Cover Original Art (DC/Vertigo, 2002). Early cover painting from the critically-acclaimed comic series, that is soon to be released as an FX/Hulu television series The last man on Earth, Yorick Brown and his monkey, Ampersand, are hiding in a train's cargo hold with some rather large pigs on this mixed[...]
Microids Unveils Video Game Adaptation Of Alfred Hitchcock's Vertigo
Microids released a brand new trailer for Alfred Hitchcock – Vertigo during Gamescom 2021 as we got a better look at the story going into the game The game takes cues from the Hitchcock way of storytelling, but they have made a totally different story with an original concept as you fight an intense case[...]
More DC Comics Big Books
Rachel Pollack took over writing Doom Patrol from Grant Morrison at DC/Vertigo in the mid-nineties, she was the most prominent trans creator of the day, before that was even a consideration, and writing a trans character Coagula as part of the mix, a superhero team that Grant Morrison had established with more queer characters than[...]
Better Grab Graded Copies Of Sandman #1 While You Still Can
The first issue, one of the stars at the beginning of the launch of Vertigo, has always been a bit undervalued That will not be the case anymore, as the aftermarket will be snapping up copies left and right, like this CGC 9.4 copy on auction at ComicConnect, part of Event Auction #46, Session 5[...]
Microids Unveils Video Game Adaptation Of Alfred Hitchcock's Vertigo
An interesting reveal this weekend as Microids unveiled Alfred Hitchcock – Vertigo, set to be released sometime in late 2021 To be clear right out the gate, this is not an adaptation of the classic 1954 film, but an original story that apparently will take cues from the film and other Alfred Hitchcock works The[...]
DC Comics Launches New Horror Imprint - Called DC Horror
But then a few years ago, on an imprint purge, DC Comics put in the bin after first destroying the appeal of Vertigo contracts, seeing its big names go elsewhere, then making its most important brand executives, Karen Berger and Shelly Bond, redundant. And now we have the unimaginatively titles DC Horror A new imprint, launching[...]
doom patrol
Created by writer Neil Gaiman and artists Matt Wagner and Malcolm Jones in 1991's The Sandman # 25, the ghostly sleuths have a connection to the team overall and The Chief's (Timothy Dalton) daughter Alice (Abigail Shapiro) in particular via the Vertigo Comics crossover "The Children's Crusade" (a storyline that could come into play during[...]
Did Matt Kindt Try And Get The Rights To Revolver Back From DC?
But DC Comics decision to put the 2010 Vertigo comic book by Matt Kindt, Revolver, back into print, in March 2021 smacks of that kind of shenanigans At least it's not a cheap-as-chips version… Did Matt Kindt Try And Get The Rights To Revolver Back From DC Comics? REVOLVER is a tale of two worlds, and how[...]
Constantine at 15: It got an R rating for "tone" and "demons" #SDCC
Image Courtesy San Diego Comic-Con @Home. In Constantine, Reeves played the eponymous John Constantine, based (somewhat loosely) on the Hellblazer comics from Vertigo/DC How loosely? Well, as Reeves so pithily explained, "I'm not English, and I'm not blonde." During production, they experimented with wigs and accents but finally decided to just make this a different take[...]
Image: (left) WarnerMedia/(right) Netflix
Ava DuVernay's upcoming adaptation of DC Comics/Vertigo comic book DMZ is one of those series that's been on our radar since it was first announced, and one of the few productions that was lucky enough to finish filming before the COVID-19 pandemic began shutting down television productions around the world But as we all know,[...]
Jeff Lemire's Sweet Tooth is coming to Netflix.
In yet another example of Hulu's loss is the streaming giant's gain, Netflix has given a green light for an eight-episode, live-action series based on Jeff Lemire's Vertigo (a DC Comics imprint) comic book series Sweet Tooth, produced by Robert Downey Jr and Susan Downey for Team Downey Christian Convery (Beautiful Boy), Nonso Anozie (Game[...]
Image: (left) WarnerMedia/(right) Netflix
Ava DuVernay's upcoming series adaptation of Vertigo comic DMZ is climbing up our list of series to keep our eyeballs on if it gets the greenlight, so today's update from DuVernay was exactly the kind of thing we'd been waiting for Taking to Twitter, the writer-director-producer posted an official notification that shooting was underway –[...]
"Modern Family" Season 11 "Dead on A Rival": [PREVIEW]
On the "television" side, we're excited for DuVernay's other venture in the DCU: overseeing production and directing the pilot for HBO Max's upcoming series adaptation of Brian Wood's Vertigo comic DMZ. Last month, it was confirmed that Rosario Dawson (Briarpatch) is set to lead the series as medic Alma Ortego Now we're learning from Deadline Hollywood[...]