While everyone anticipates the continued story of Clementine in season two of Telltale Game’s The Walking Dead, they were busy working on another game to fill the void. Based on the Vertigo Comics series, Fables, Telltale plans to release Wolf Among Us soon.
The game will feature Bigby Wolf as the main character in a pre-Fables setting that will allow us to see some of favorite characters that are not around anymore. Bigby plays the noir detective archetype as the sheriff of Fabletown. The game looks to feature a lot of story, murder, and suspense.
Huff and puff your way past the jump to watch the first trailer.
As Neil Gaiman’s Sandman helped usher in the new line of comics as it transitioned from DC Comics proper to their Vertigo line, Morpheus will help usher in a new renaissance at Vertigo. The New York Times has revealed that Neil Gaiman’s Sandman prequel, now titled Sandman: Overture, will begin October 30. But that’s not all. Also on the schedule are six other titles including another Gaiman-inspired book. What are they? Let’s take a look.
Hinterkind – This comic takes place in “a post-apocalyptic world in which the creatures of myth and legend have returned” written by Ian Edginton (2000AD) and art by Francesco Trifogli.
Coffin Hill – A dark fantasy about a mysterious force left buried since the Salem Witch Trials combining the fantasy author Caitlin Kittredge and artist Inaki Miranda.
The Dead Boy Detectives – Edwin and Charles, ghost detectives originating from Sandman #25, will have a new series handled by Toby Litt. Fables‘ Mark Buckingham will also provide layouts and painted covers.
The Discipline – Fellow Vertigo debut author Peter Milligan tells the story of a woman amidst a shadow war. It is also described as an “erotic thriller” (kinky!). Leo Fernandez will be on art duty.
Suiciders – Lee Bermejo tries his hand as both writer and artist in a tale of two boxers on opposite ends of the spectrum in a futuristic Los Angeles.
Check out the Vertigo site for more details.
Good morning, nerds! We bring you a brand new episode of the Call Yourself a Nerd Podcast today. This week; Danny and Ricky talk about new Marvel comic movies news including the new Spider-Man costume, the sorta-sequel to 100 Bullets, thoughts about some new trailers, and rumors about a Justice League movie.
Good morning, multiverse! On this fine Monday morning, we bring you a brand new episode of the Call Yourself A Nerd Podcast. This week; Danny and Ricky talk about some comic book announcements, what we thought of the new Die Hard and Beasts of the Southern Wild, last night’s episode of The Walking Dead, and of course everything that we know about the PS4.
Merry Christmas from the Call Yourself a Nerd Podcast! Before the presents are unwrapped; Danny and Ricky talk about quite a few things to catch you up such as new movie trailers, comic book news, Game of Thrones official beer and much more. At the end, we talk about The Hobbit and This is 40 briefly. Happy holidays!
Yesterday, we received news that long-standing executive editor of Vertigo Karen Berger has stepped down from her role that has spanned almost twenty years. With so many changes happening over at the imprint, are we looking at a rebirth or a demise of Vertigo?
Happy Thanksgiving this week people! I hope everyone have some fun and filling plans this week, but if you need some inspiration on what to entertain yourself with then you came to the right place. This is Cheap Date, where I will recommend no more than $30 worth of nerdy entertainment to fill your weekly quota.
Hit the jump for my weekly recommendations.
Sorry about this one coming a day late, blame my schedule. Either way welcome to brand new episode of the Call Yourself A Nerd Podcast. On this week’s episode; Danny and Ricky go on about some of the NYCC news, Cartoon Network’s weird handling of DC Nation, movie trains and lots of talk about zombies due to The Walking Dead. Hope you have fun with this one.