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Vertigo Comics

  1. NBC’s Constantine Gets A First Trailer & Full Clip, Neither A Load Of Bollocks


    Friday we had word NBC had greenlit the Vertigo Comics adaptation, Constantine (several other comic book properties went to series as well). Check out star Matt Ryan doing his best John Constantine (and his best is pretty damn good) as well as co-stars Lucy Griffiths (who looks a lot like Rachel Weisz now that I think of it) and Harold Perrineau in the first, awesome, trailer. Then click ahead for a full clip from the first episode.

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  2. Telltale Releases A Trailer For The Wolf Among Us, Episode 3

    When last we left The Wolf Among Us, Bigby was f*#$@ing pissed. In this trailer for Episode 3 of Telltale Games' series based on the Vertigo Comic, it seems not much has changed. That said, I'm very much enjoying this game and I look forward to threatening more Fables with my wolfy-ness. Side note: how nice is it some folks are now taking the time to put a spoiler warning in the actual video? We saw that just yesterday with the Game of Thrones Honest Trailer. Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  3. iZombie Nabs Once Upon A Time Actress For Lead Role, Plus A New Loyal Friend?

    Good News Everyone!

    We've been posting about the upcoming Vertigo Comic turned CW TV show, iZombie, periodically but we were really waiting to hear who would lead the cast. Now we know Once Upon A Time's Rose McIver will have to eat brains. Fake brains, anyway. We hope.

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  4. NBC’s Constantine Adds True Blood And Lost Actors


    The cast of NBC's upcoming Constantine pilot has just expanded by three. 

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  5. The CW Casts A Familiar Face In Rob Thomas’ iZombie Pilot


    We were pretty excited to hear The CW was working on adapting the Vertigo Comics title iZombie with none other than Veronica Mars creator Rob Thomas. Now we're finally getting some casting details which include an actor from Once Upon a Time

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  6. Looks Like NBC Found Its John Constantine

    I Guess I Can't Argue With That

    Oh my god, they cast an actual British actor. Progress! 

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  7. Here’s Your Update On Brian K. Vaughan’s Y: The Last Man And Runaways Film Projects

    Nope. Still Not Happening.

    Turns out there's an impending time limit on Vertigo Comics' Y: The Last Man film. What are the chances it will get made? Hit the jump to find out and for some Runaways talk. 

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  8. Vertigo’s iZombie Comic Getting A CW Series From Veronica Mars Creator


    Yep, there is going to be another DC-related television show. What makes it different from Arrow, The Flash series, the upcoming Constantine show, Gotham, or Hourman, you might ask? Well, at long last, this one has a female protagonist. Also zombies. Lady zombies!

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  9. Trailer For TellTales’ Fables Video Game Shows Bigby At Work


    TellTale, the folks who brought us the acclaimed The Walking Dead video game, are bringing Bill Willingham's Fables comic book to life this year. The Wolf Among Us is based on the Vertigo title and centers around Bigby's investigations. There's no set release date but if you're attending PAX Prime, you can be the first to play it. Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  10. The Cover To Neil Gaiman’s Sandman Prequel Has Been Revealed

    And So It Begins

    The New York Times had the honor of debuting the cover to Neil Gaiman and J.H. Williams III's The Sandman: Overture #1. It will be available on October 30th and help usher in six new titles at DC Entertainment's Vertigo imprint. The six-issue mini-series will be published every other month with a special edition of the same issue published in between. NYT says it "will include more of the artwork (because of translucent word balloons developed by the letterer Todd Klein), as well as behind-the-scenes commentary and character sketches." (via New York Times) Previously in Neil Gaiman

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