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THE DREAMING #2 Written by Simon Spurrier Art by Bilquis Evely, Mat Lopes, and Simon Bowland Edited by Mark Doyle, Molly Mahan, Amedeo Turturro, and Maggie Howell Published by DC Comics/Vertigo Release Date: October 3, 2018 Meet Mr. Gallows. Merv spins a tale of the degradation of the Dreaming. For him, the world is chaos,

DC Vertigo Announces SIX DAYS Graphic Novel

(July 10, 2018 – Burbank, CA) – June 6, 1944. D-Day. One hundred and eighty-two paratroopers from the United States Army parachuted into the French countryside a full 15 miles southeast of their intended target and deep behind enemy lines. This original graphic novel from DC Vertigo is based on the true story of the village of

Exclusive Preview: IMAGINARY FIENDS #2

DC Comics has shared a second EXCLUSIVE preview with Comicosity for next week release: Imaginary Fiends #2 from their Vertigo imprint! Scroll down to view the full-sized preview images. IMAGINARY FIENDS #1 Written by Tim Seeley Art by Stephen Molnar, Quinton Winter, and Carlos M. Mangual Edited by Molly Mahan, Amedeo Turturro, and Jamie S.

TRANSMET: Human Reaction and Criminal Enterprise #7-9

My momma was raised in the era when clean water was only served to the fairer skin. – Kanye West, New Slaves After a brief hiatus, we return to our regular scheduled programming. When we last saw Spider, he was raging against religion and the cynical exploitation of it for money and power. The following

TRANSMET: Human Reaction and Criminal Enterprise #6

“We often believe with criminal superficiality that to educate the masses politically is to deliver a long political harangue from time to time.” – Frantz Fanon Spider Jerusalem’s biggest flaw, the open wound through which pathos positively oozes out of him, is that he’s never wrong. He may occasionally be incorrect or make a miscalculation,

TRANSMET: Human Reaction and Criminal Enterprise #5

I want to talk about […] what it’s going to feel like to live through the next ten years. It does not feel like progress. However, it does not feel like conservatism either. There’s neither progress nor conservatism, because there’s nothing left to conserve and no direction in which to progress. – Bruce Sterling,  “Reboot